Alyssa Healy profile

Australia Women cricketer who is a wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy profile , Personal Details, Date of Birth, Nationality, Bat Style: right handed . opener , Bowl Style: right-arm medium . Spinner

Mar 20, 2022 - 22:53
Mar 20, 2024 - 22:56

Professional Details

Role Wicket-keeper
Bats right handed . opener
Bowls right-arm medium . Spinner

Personal Details

Name Alyssa Healy
Gender Female
Birth 24 Mar 1990
Birth Place Gold Coast, Queensland
Height 5 ft 6 in
Nationality Australian

Alyssa Healy keeps the wickets like her uncle, Ian Healy, and has the same degree of aggression as her husband, Mitchell Starc. Heally bats like a beast and has the ability to obliterate any bowling attack on her day. She addresses New South Wales in the homegrown circuit and plays for Sydney Sixers, since the maiden WBBL.

As a kid, a youthful Healy had no interest in the game, whereas her family had cricket in their blood. Her father was a homegrown cricketer, while her uncle was a productive cricketer. Her interest in cricket started to create when she moved to Sydney from Queensland and got the game at a lesser level club.

She came into the NSW arrangement during the 2009-10 season however used to keep the wickets as a part-clock. After her debut season at NSW, she started taking the glovework more genuinely. At the age of 19, Healy made her ODI debut against New Zealand in February 2010.

While, she got the potential chance to play the most brief format for Australia during the World T20, held in the West Indies in 2010. She played all the games and aided her national side clinch the title. The promising Healy tasted some more success as she was part of a second-straight Australia's consecutive World T20 triumph. And the keeper-batter was also a part of the World Cup-winning team of 2013, backed with the third World T20 title in 2014.

In 2015, Healy played a vital machine gear-piece during the Ashes' win in England for the first time in quite a while. At the point when she got back, Sydney Sixers marked the wicketkeeping batswoman for the inaugural season of the Ladies' Large Bash League and has been a productive player for the club since then.

In 2019, Healy posted the record for the fastest century when smashed a 148 off only 61 balls against Sri Lanka. The keeper-batter was also part of Australia during the World T20, facilitated in Australia in 2020. During the final, she scored 75 off 39 goes against India at MCG and won the Player of the Award in front of a horde of 86000 individuals. In January 2021, ICC named Healy in the prestigious T20I as well as ODI Team of the Decade for her contribution.

Since her debut, Healy has been a vital pinion and has been playing a mammoth job in Australia's dominance. She has been the best female wicketkeeper-batter to have played the game, actually has the age to achieve more greatness.

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