Ellyse Perry Check Perry's News, Career, Age, Rankings

Ellyse Alexandra Perry Check Perry's biography,News, Career, Age, Rankings, Australia Women, New South Wales Under-19s

Ellyse Perry Check Perry's News, Career, Age, Rankings
Australia Under-23s Women cricketer Ellyse Alexandra Perry




Ellyse Perry became the most youthful Australian ever to play international cricket when she debuted in the second ODI of the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand in July 2007, before her seventeenth birthday, despite failing to have played a residential match at the senior level. Considered a genuine all-round possibility directly from the start, Perry's stellar ascent has seen her take on the job of pace spearhead in the Australian bowling attack.

Ellyse Perry Biography

Australia had been looking for a replacement for fast bowler Cathryn Fitzpatrick, who resigned in March 2007, and Perry sunk into the job. For a period, that was uncertain, as she also had the alluring possibility of a long haul career in soccer, and was representing the Matildas when the call-up to the national cricket team came. Her future in cricket had been verified when she was in the group of the first ladies cricketers to be handed contracts by Cricket Australia in 2008.

Nonetheless, she proceeded to represent Australia in World Cup football, becoming the first woman to represent the country in World Cups in two sports, and continued for a short while to juggle both, representing Sydney FC in the Ladies' League.

When Perry had made her Test debut against England in 2008, she had already made headlines, when, days earlier, her unbeaten 29 that included a massive straight six, and four wickets on T20 international introduction, drove Australia to a 21-run win over England at the MCG. Initially, it was her bowling that proved her stronger suit, and she picked up her maiden five-wicket haul in an ODI against New Zealand in February 2010. A quarter of a year later, she was Australia's leading wicket-taker at the Ladies' World T20 in the Caribbean. That included a Player-of-the-Match-winning performance in the final, where her three wickets confined New Zealand in a thrilling run chase and crown Australia world champions. She proceeded to play a vital job in all of Australia's four World Cup victories in as many years, however she will forever be associated with the 2013 Ladies' World Cup final against West Indies, when, barely able to walk, she limped in to bowl 10 overs and took 3 for 19.

All the more as of late, Perry proved her credentials as a genuine allrounder in back-to-back Ashes series. In 2014, she averaged 95.33 and was named Player of the Match in the main Test, as well as the overall Player of the Series, despite being on the losing team. She was also at the heart of Australia regaining the Ashes in August 2015, topping the tables for both batting (264 runs) and bowling (16 wickets), by and by earning the Player-of-the-Series award.

From 2015 to mid-2017, Perry smashed 16 half hundreds of years in 26 innings. That included a string of five progressive such scores during the group stage of the 2017 Ladies' World Cup.

While Perry has sunk into Australia's No. 4 detect, her bowling during the 2017 season lost a portion of its pace and bite. Nonetheless, Perry has demonstrated to be the kind of player who is capable of turning any game around, and is probably the greatest superstar the ladies' game has delivered till date

Ellyse Alexandra Perry.

Apart from the sports, Ellyse Perry writes children books and she is into modelling. She worked with famous underwear brand Jockey.

Australia Under-23s Women,

Ellyse Perry Family


Ellyse Perry mother Kathy Perry works as a doctor and also she was a former swimmer.

Ellyse Perry father Mark Perry works as a mathematics teacher. He played cricket and squash in his early career. Mark Perry was the cricket coach for Ellyse Perry.

Ellyse Perry has one brother Damian

  Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 8 13 5 624 213* 78.00 1382 45.15 2 2 79 1 5 0
ODIs 112 89 31 3022 112* 52.10 3917 77.15 2 27 247 24 37 0
T20Is 116 69 28 1192 60* 29.07 1135 105.02 0 4 101 23 35 0
Bowling averages
  Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 8 15 1534 564 31 6/32 9/70 18.19 2.20 49.4 1 2 0
ODIs 112 110 5110 3693 152 7/22 7/22 24.29 4.33 33.6 1 3 0
T20Is 116 112 2189 2144 113 4/12 4/12 18.97 5.87 19.3 4 0 0
Career statistics

Full name Ellyse Alexandra Perry

Born November 3, 1990, Wahroonga, Sydney, New South Wales

Current age 29 years 101 days

Major teams Australia Under-23s Women, Australia Women, New South Wales Under-19s Women, New South Wales Women, Sydney Sixers Women

Playing role Allrounder

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium