Arguably the best athlete in Australia, Ellyse Perry’s profile continues to rise with the dual cricket and soccer international having played World Cups for both sports. Perry became the youngest Australian ever to play senior international cricket when she made her debut in the second ODI of the Rose Bowl Series in Darwin in July 2007 before her 17th birthday. She went on to make her domestic debut in the 2007-08 Women’s National Cricket League season, taking 2-29 from 10 overs in her first match. Since her national debut, Perry has become a regular fixture for the Southern Stars, playing in the 2009 ICC Women’s World Cup and the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in the same year. Leading Australia’s bowling attack, Perry played a crucial role in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Final in the West Indies in 2010. The match came down to the wire, with New Zealand requiring five runs off the last ball to claim the title. Under immense pressure, Perry bowled the final ball of the tournament, which New Zealand’s Sophie Devine struck straight off the bat. The talented footballer stuck out her boot to deflect the ball to Lisa Sthalekar at mid-on, securing the...
Perry’s international debut for the Southern Stars in 2007 came three months before her domestic debut for New South Wales.
Test Debut date : 15/02/2008
ODI Debut date : 22/07/2007
T20 Debut date : 01/02/2008
Age : 28 years 20 days
Role : Allrounder
Height : 176
Batting Style : Right Hand
Bowling Style : Right Arm Med-Fast
Team Played For : N/A
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