Alyssa Healy – Bio, Age, husband, Cricket Career, Wiki & More

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Alyssa Healy is an international female Australian cricketer. Who plays as a wicket-keeper batsman in his team. And she is known for playing female Australian Domestic Cricket, International Cricket, and Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), and she started her international cricket career in February 2010.

Full NameAlyssa Jean Healy
Date of Birth24 March 1990
Alyssa Jean Healy’s age34 years
Birth PlaceGold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Playing RoleWicket-keeper-batsman
Batting StyleRight-hand batsman
Bowling Style
Physical Stats & More 
Alyssa Jean Healy (approx)166cm
5’ 6” Inch
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourBlonde
Career Info 
TeamsAustralia Women Team
New South Wales Breakers
Alyssa Healy’s Cricket DebutDomestic 
201O (New South Wales’s Women team)

WT20I International Cricket Debut:
21 February 2010 against New Zealand Women’s team

WODI Debut
10 February 2010 against the New Zealand women’s team
Career Turning Point
Alyssa Jean Healy NumberNot Known
Alyssa Healy Coach/MentorMatthew Mott
Personal Life 
Zodiac signAries
SchoolNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
FamilyFather- Greg Healy
 Sandy Healy
Kareen Healy
Alyssa Healy HusbandMitchell Starc
HobbiesPlaying Cricket
Favorite Things 
Favorite CricketersVirat Kohli

Alyssa Healy biography: She was born on 24 March 1990 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. His nickname is Midge. And she made her team the world champion for the 7th time by scoring a brilliant century against England in the final of the Women’s One Day International World Cup in the year 2022. In this final match, he scored 170 runs in 138 balls with the help of 26 fours.

Alyssa’s way of playing cricket

She is a right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman and plays as an opener batsman for her team.

Alyssa Jean Healy’s family

All members of Alyssa’s family are associated with sport, her father’s name is Greg Healy, who is part of the Queensland squad, while her mother’s name is Sandy Healy, and she also does sports-related work, while her younger sister’s name is Kareen Healy.

Apart from this, the name of his uncle is Ken Healy, who has been the wicket-keeper batsman of the Australian Test team from 1988 to1999. And his cousin Tom Healy is also a player on the Australia Under-19 team.

Alyssa & Mitchell Starc’s married life

Alyssa was dating Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc from several months, and after that, they finally got engaged in 2015 and then they got married in April 2016.

Alyssa Cricket Career

Many members of Healy’s family were associated with cricket, so she was also fond of playing cricket since childhood, that’s why he started practicing cricket at the age of just 10, and she learned starting cricket tricks from her father and uncle. Because her uncle has been a former Australian wicket-keeper Test player.

And after that at the age of 14 to 15, he joined the Australian Cricket Academy and took the rest of the cricket training from there.

Alyssa Healy’s International Cricket Career & Debut

Alyssa has started her international cricket career in 2010, and she is part of the three format cricket of the Australia Women’s International Team. So let’s know about their international cricket debut.

Healy’s WODI debut

Healy was selected in the Australia women’s team in February 2010 due to the injured wicketkeeper and captain Jodie Fields and played her first WODI match on 10 February 2010 against the New Zealand women’s team.

And she did well in her debut match and was never dropped from the Australian women’s team after that.

Healy’s T20I debut

After that, she made her T20I international debut against New Zealand Women’s team in the same year on 21 February 2010.

Healy’s Test debut

She was then included in the Australian Women’s Test team after seeing her good performances in T20I and ODI cricket and made her Test debut against England on 22 January 2011.

Alyssa Jean Healy Cricket stats

She has so far played a total of 6 Tests, in which he has scored 236 runs from the 55 strike rate, and it also includes a semi century. And also she has played 94 ODIs, in which they have made 2639 runs from the strike rate of 100, and it includes 15 half-centuries and 5 centuries, besides that, they have played 123 T20i Cricket matches in which she scored 2136 from the strike rate of 129, and its include 12 half-centuries and 1 century.

Test (2011)23661023.65801
ODI (2010)2639948336.6170515
T20I (2010)213612310624.0148112

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