Interesting facts about Australian star Alyssa Healy on her birthday


Facts about Alyssa Healy on her Birthday

Happy Birthday Alyssa Healy – Here are some interesting facts about the Australian wicketkeeper-batter:

In 2006, she became the first girl to play among boys in the private schools’ competition in New South Wales.

In 2010, Healy made her international debut against New Zealand.

Her uncle Ian Healy was one of the greatest wicket-keepers of Australian men’s team.

In 2016, Healy tied the knot with Australian men’s cricketer Mitchell Starc.

She won player of the tournament in the 2018 Women’s T20 World Cup.

In December 2018, ICC named Healy T20I Player of the Year.

Healy has 58 stumpings to her name, which is the highest in T20Is.

She owns the Guinness World record for taking a cricket ball’s highest catch ((270.66 ft).

Her unbeaten 148 against Sri Lanka in 2019 is the highest individual score in a T20I inning by a wicketkeeper.

In 2019, Healy won the Belinda Clark Award, which recognises Australia’s best women’s international cricketer.

She leads the table of most catches as a wicketkeeper in T20Is (51).

Healy is currently in India where she is leading UP Warriorz in the ongoing Women’s Premier League (WPL). Notably, Warriorz will be facing Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Eliminator on March 24.

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