|Alyssa Healy Wiki/Profile|
|Name/Famous as||Alyssa Healy|
|Born||Gold Coast, Australia|
|Birthday||May 24, 1990|
|Age||29 years old|
|Other Name||Alyssa, Healy|
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Alyssa Healy Biography
Alyssa Healy is best known as a Cricket Player. Wicket-keeper who made her international debut on February 10, 2010 against New Zealand. Alyssa Healy was born on May 24, 1990 in Gold Coast, Australia. She was chosen to play for Barker College First XI when she was 16, which was the first time that New South Wales had seen a girl chosen for boys elite school competition. Alyssa Healy is one of the most successful Cricket Player. She has ranked on the list of famous people who were born on May 24, 1990.
During the middle of the run-chase, Priest was incorrectly given out stumped by Healy after the television umpire Asad Rauf had pressed the wrong button, and he had to retract his decision. Soon after New Zealand were at 5/36 after 11 overs, leaving them with 71 runs to score from the last 54 balls, and Australia were in the ascendancy. However, New Zealand’s chances were revived by Nicola Browne and Sophie Devine, who put on 41 from as many balls. In the 18th over, Healy caught Browne from Perry’s bowling, and Australia went on to win by three runs after New Zealand ended on 6/103.
She then played six matches for the Second XI in the space of a week, mostly as a top-order batsman, sometimes opening and as a wicket-keeper. New South Wales won all the fixtures except for one that was abandoned due to inclement weather. She scored 120 runs at 40.00, took six catches and made three stumpings, and was recalled to the senior team after one week in the second-string outfit. In her first three matches back, Healy was placed in the middle-order and not required to bat or keep wickets. In the last league match, she scored 59 from 55 balls in an 89-run partnership at faster than a run a ball with Lisa Sthalekar against Victoria. New South Wales won by three wickets despite losing Healy and three subsequent batsmen in the closing phase of the run-chase. In the final against the same team the following week, Healy made 11 from 22 balls before being run out, but New South Wales nevertheless won by six wickets with more than 15 overs to spare to claim the title. Healy ended the one-day competition with 79 runs at 26.33. She was named Australia’s 30-strong shortlist for the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup, but was not a part of the final squad of 15.
She also has a position among the list of Most popular Cricket Player. Alyssa is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 29 years old.
Family: Parents, Children & Relatives
Her father, Greg Healy, was also a successful cricketer. She married fellow cricketer Mitchell Starc in 2016. She has not shared enough information about family details. However, our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Childrens information.
Born on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Healy is the daughter of Greg, who was a member of the Queensland squad, while Greg’s younger brother Ian was Australia’s Test wicket-keeper from the late 1980s until 1999 and was the world record holder for the most Test dismissals. Another uncle, Ken, played for Queensland. Despite the family heritage, and watching her uncle represent Australia, she said that she did not become interested in cricket until she moved from Queensland to Sydney as a child and was coaxed into taking up the sport by a friend.
After the Women’s World Cup held in early 2009, Coleman transferred to play for the Australian Capital Territory, so Healy became New South Wales’ wicket-keeper on a full-time basis for the start of the 2009Ð10 season. After making scores of 11, 12 and 29 in her first three innings of the one-day season, she struck an unbeaten 89 against Victoria. Coming in upon the fall of Leah Poulton with the score at 1/9 after three overs, she hit 13 fours in 82 balls, putting on partnerships of 72 with Blackwell and 82 with Sthalekar. New South Wales reached their target of 187 with more than 13 overs to spare and Healy was named the Player of the Match, having earlier taken a catch and made a stumping. Her season was interrupted by her selection in the Australian Under-21 team to play against the New Zealand Emerging Players. In five matches, she scored 50 runs at 10.00, took five catches and made one stumping as Australia won the series 4Ð1.
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Alyssa Healy (born 24 March 1990) is an Australian cricketer who plays for the Australian women’s national team and New South Wales in domestic cricket. She made her international debut in February 2010.
Age, Height & Measurements
Alyssa Healy current age 29 years old years old. She born under the Gemini horoscope as Alyssa's birth date is May 24. Alyssa Healy height 5 Feet 8 Inches (Approx) & weight 395 lbs (179.1 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don't know about body measurements. We will update in this article.
Her selection at the age of 16 in late 2006 as wicket-keeper for Barker College First XI, the first time a girl had been picked to play among boys in the elite private schools’ cricket competition in New South Wales, drew press commentary from various sources. This came about after an anonymous person, believed to be a former male student, circulated an email entitled “Save Barker Cricket Now” in the school community attacking the selection as a “disgrace” and calling for gender segregation of the cricket team. The sportsmaster of Barker College condemned the anonymous writer as “gutless” and maintained that Healy’s selection was based on merit. Ian Healy and Alex Blackwell, a cricketer for the Australian women’s team and former Barker student, also defended the selection and criticised the email author. The emailer was also criticised, and Alyssa Healy commended, by social commentators in newspapers. In 2010, she reflected “I’d do it all again…I really enjoyed playing school cricket with the boys and it definitely helped lift my skills and tighten my technique.” Both she and Australian teammate Ellyse Perry have publicly advocated girls playing against boys.
|Height||4 Feet 5 Inches (Approx)|
|Weight||293 lbs (132.9 kg) (Approx)|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Shoe Size||5 (US), 4 (UK), 37.5 (EU), 23.5 (CM)|
A right-handed batter and wicket-keeper, she is the daughter of Greg Healy, who was part of the Queensland squad, while her uncle Ian Healy was Australia’s Test wicket-keeper and held the world record for the most Test dismissals. Healy first came to prominence in late 2006 when she became the first girl to play among boys in the private schools’ competition in New South Wales. She moved up the state age group ranks and made her debut for the senior New South Wales team in the 2007Ð08 season. She played most of her first two seasons as a specialist batsman due to the presence of Leonie ColemanÑa wicket-keeper for AustraliaÑin the state side. Coleman left New South Wales at the start of the 2009Ð10 season and Healy took up the glovework on a full-time basis for her state. During the same season, she recorded her highest score of 89 not out at faster than a run a ball, and made the most dismissals of any wicket-keeper in the Women’s National Cricket League.
Alyssa Healy Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth: $1-2 Million
Alyssa Healy net worth has been growing significantly. Alyssa Healy’s most of wealth comes from being a successful Cricket Player. We have estimated Alyssa's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth||$1-2 Million|
|Source of Income||Cricket Player|
|Source of Income||Cricket Player|
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At the start of the 2007-08 season, she made her senior debut for the New South Wales Breakers in the Australian domestic one-day league. She was used as a specialist batsman in the top-order, as Leonie Coleman, a wicket-keeper in the Australian squad, also played for New South Wales. She made her debut against South Australia and was unsuccessful to begin with, scoring only 24 runs in her first five innings. After one month at senior level, she broke through with a match-winning performance in her sixth senior game. After Queensland had made 170, Healy came in with the score at 5/99 after 32 overs, with 18 overs remaining. She raised the run rate, scoring 41 not out from 50 balls, with eight fours, shepherding the tail-enders and guiding her state to a two-wicket win with 17 balls to spare.
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|Previously Dated with||Not Known|
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In January 2007, Healy was selected in the New South Wales team to play in the Under-19 interstate competition. Opening the batting in all three matches and keeping in only the second of these, she scored 47, 73 and 41 in her first three matches, and took one catch. She went on to end with 345 runs at a batting average of 57.50, topping the run-scorers list and was named the best under-17 player at the tournament. The following month, she was selected in the Australia Youth team, composed of under-23 cricketers, to play against New Zealand A, the only player selected before making their senior domestic debut. She scored 10 not out, 41 and 63 in three matches, and made one stumping. Her 63 from 84 balls in the final match was the top-score for the Australians, but it was not enough to prevent a 22-run defeat. She played as a wicket-keeper batting in the middle-order in the first match, and opened in the last two matches, playing purely as a batsman. The series ended 1Ð1 after the second match was tied.
At the end of the season, she was selected for the Under-23 Australian team to play a series against the senior England and Australian teams. She scored 45, 1 and 41 not out in three matches. In the third match, she combined for a second-wicket partnership of 52 with Elyse Villani, hitting six boundaries in 62 balls and guiding her team to an eight-wicket win over the Australian team. Playing as a specialist batsman, she also took three catches. The new 2008Ð09 season started the same way, with the Under-23 national team playing against Australia and India. The first match, against India, was washed out and Healy made a duck [zero] and 9 in the other matches. Playing as a batsman, she did not take a catch.
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