Ellyse Perry | Age, Networth, Stats, Career, Football & More of Ellyse Perry

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Ellyse Perry

 

 

  Ellyse Perry  

Ellyse Alexandra Perry was born on 3 November 1990 in Australia. She is an Australian sportswoman who has represented her country in cricket and football. She debuted for both the national cricket team and the national soccer team at the age of 16. She is 33 years old as of now.

 

Full Name Ellyse Alexandra Perry
Nickname
Date of Birth 3 November 1990
Age 33 Years
Birth Place Wahroonga, Australia
Playing Role All-rounder
Batting Style Right Handed Bat
Bowling Style Right-arm fast
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.) 176 cm
1.76 m
5′ 9″ Feet
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Blonde
Net Worth around $10 million

 

She is the most youthful Australian to play international cricket and the foremost to maintain emerged in both ICC and FIFA World Cups.

Slowly evolving as a single-sport skilled athlete from 2014 ahead, Perry’s acclaimed cricket career has continued to flourish and she is now famously believed to be one of the greatest female players in history.

 

Ellyse Perry

An actual all-rounder, Perry’s talent of both batting and fast bowling disciplines is mirrored in many statistical accomplishments. She was the foremost player to collect a combined 1,000 runs and 100 wickets in T20Is, she maintains the history for the highest score by an Australian woman in Test matches (213 not out), and she stood as the third player to declare 150 wickets in women’s ODIs.

Her assistance to different victorious teams at international and domestic levels across cricket’s prior formats has guided her to succeed in 8 world championships with Australia, 11 WNCL championships with New South Wales, and 2 WBBL championships with the Sydney Sixers.

She has even been acknowledged with multiple personal honors, such as winning the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award and the Belinda Clark Award 3 times each and standing called as one of the Wisden 5 Cricketers of the Decade: 2010–19.

 

Ellyse Perry

 

Due to her on-field hard work, off-field marketability, and stature as “the greatest role model”, Perry is credited as a maximum figure for the enchanting female presence in Australia’s sporting culture.

 


 

 

  Early life  

She was born and grown in the Sydney suburb of Wahroonga, following Beecroft Primary School and Pymble Ladies College.

She stood as the Sports, Athletics, and Cricket Captain at Pymble. A the time of her school years, she played more sports besides cricket and soccer, such as tennis, athletics, touch football, and golf. She evolved as friends with future Australian teammate Alyssa Healy at the year of 9, and they played cricket jointly throughout childhood.

Healy sometimes guided to her as “Dags” because of an ill-fitting uniform she has at the junior level, though Perry is more normally famous by the nickname “Pez”.

Ellyse Perry

Soon after moving 16, Perry played cricket for New South Wales in an under-19 interstate game in January 2007. In 3 matches, she made 74 runs and grabbed three wickets.

A month later, she was appointed to the Australian youth team for a tour of New Zealand, playing against the hosts’ second XI. She achieved 43 runs at 21.50 and grabbed one wicket at 100.00.

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry Husband  

She got wedded to Australian professional rugby player Matt Toomua. After 5 years, Ellyse Perry told about her divorce.

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry ODI Career  

Year Matches Runs Wickets Average Strike rate Best bowling Best batting
2007 1 12 0 12 100 0-0 12
2008 6 138 0 23 66.11 0-0 73
2009 10 296 0 29.6 77.41 0-0 102
2010 15 384 0 25.6 72.4 2-37 112
2011 21 514 0 24.42 74.38 0-0 107
2012 17 391 0 22.94 69.52 0-0 90*
2013 13 331 0 25.46 72.69 0-0 100
2014 12 311 0 25.91 74.75 0-0 85
2015 13 332 0 25.54 70.15 0-0 86
2016 12 309 0 25.75 71.5 0-0 95
2017 10 254 0 25.4 68.2 0-0 97
2018 12 246 0 20.5 63.5 0-0 90
2019 11 264 0 24 68.18 0-0 107
2020 4 90 0 22.5 60 0-0 68
2021 7 136 0 19.42 58.28 0-0 73
2022 3 85 0 28.33 75.66 0-0 97
2023 2 53 0 26.5 78.75 0-0 65
Total 135 3662 0 27.15 71.52 0-0 126

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry Twenty20 Internationals Career  

Year Matches Runs Wickets Average Strike rate Best bowling Best batting
2008 2 57 1 28.5 142.85 3-11 49
2010 6 152 2 76 115.33 4-18 63
2011 8 150 1 75 125 4-18 57
2012 9 224 2 24.89 114.78 3-14 75
2013 14 273 5 20.21 122.43 2-12 71
2014 12 328 4 27.33 128.16 4-18 95
2015 13 332 3 25.54 121.69 2-15 86
2016 12 309 3 25.75 116.25 3-17 75
2017 10 254 2 25.4 116.2 2-22 60
2018 12 246 4 20.5 112.5 4-18 59
2019 11 264 3 24 112.27 2-14 65
2020 4 90 0 22.5 60 0-0 25
2021 7 136 2 19.42 73.28 0-0 36
2022 3 85 2 28.33 75.66 0-0 24

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry Test Career  

Year Matches Runs Wickets Average Strike rate Best bowling Best batting
2008 1 8 0 8 100 0-0 8
2011 2 82 0 41 70.5 0-0 41
2013 3 110 0 36.66 58.18 0-0 110
2015 2 85 0 42.5 64.28 0-0 85
2017 2 69 0 34.5 49.62 0-0 69
2019 3 114 0 38 50.56 0-0 114
2021 3 75 0 25 45.56 0-0 75

 

 


 

 

  World Cup Title Won in Ellyse Perry’s Career 

 

Year Tournament
2008
ICC Women’s U-19 Cricket World Cup
2010
ICC Women’s World Twenty20
2013
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
2014
ICC Women’s World Twenty20
2020
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup
2022
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry In Women’s Big Bash League  

Season Team Matches Runs Wickets Average Strike rate Best bowling Best batting
2015-16 Sydney Sixers 4 123 0 30.75 107.5 1-16 63
2016-17 Sydney Sixers 4 197 0 49.25 123.75 1-18 85
2017-18 Sydney Sixers 3 110 0 36.66 84.61 1-12 63
2018-19 Sydney Sixers 5 158 0 31.6 104.4 1-12 81
2019-20 Sydney Sixers 5 127 0 25.4 78.2 1-23 74
2020-21 Sydney Sixers 3 147 0 49 120.66 1-17 65
2021-22 Sydney Sixers 5 125 0 25 75 1-10 67
2022-23 Sydney Sixers 2 59 0 29.5 98 1-17 49
Total 28 821 0 30 91.07 1-12 85

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry In Women’s Premier League  

Season Team Match Run Wkt Avg Strike rate Econ Best bowling Best batting
2023 Royal Challengers Bangalore 8 253 4 42.17 123.41 8.63 3/16 67*

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry Football Career  

She played her debut game for the Australian national football team against Hong Kong at Hong Kong Stadium on the date of 4 August 2007.

She was only 16 years and 9 months old at the time, owning completed her international cricket debut less than two weeks earlier, and achieved a goal in the second minute of the game.

Perry made her second goal against South Korea at the international level in the 2008 AFC Women’s Asian Cup in a match against South Korea.

 

Ellyse Perry

 

International Goals

Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
4 August 2007 Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po, Hong Kong  Hong Kong 1–0 8–1 2008 Olympics qualifying
31 May 2008 Thống Nhất Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  South Korea 1–0 2–0 2008 AFC Women’s Asian Cup
9 July 2011 Impuls Arena, Augsburg, Germany  Sweden 1–2 1–3 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup

 

 


 

 

  Ellyse Perry Virat Kohli  

When someone asked to select her opening partner between MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli.

She said that rather than opening with the legendary pair, she would choose to see Dhoni and Kohli bat jointly.

 

“I’d pick them to open the batting and I can watch rather than me being a part of it,” Perry was quoted as saying in an interview, uploaded on RCB’s official Twitter handle.

 


 

  Highlights of Ellyse Perry’s Life  

She played professional Football and cricket and completed her International football first match at the age of 16.

She is the most youthful player to play from Australia in both Cricket and Football World Cups.

When she had the contest of determining either Football or Cricket as she was not capable to bear both sports efficiently. She preferred to play Cricket to that of Football.

Ellyse Perry has even written Children’s books along with Sherly Clark which involve 4 series.

She is common on the Triple J radio breakfast show with Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson to suggest her part ’Perry Good Sports Woman’.

In 2013, Perry was rated by SportsPro Magazine as the 36th most commercial sportsperson in the globe, and the most commercial Australian athlete.

She was accelerated or expedited into the senior Australian team for their series in July 2007, despite owning never played a match at the senior (non-youth) level.

On 19 July 2019, in the first innings of the Women’s Ashes Test match, she selected a new record for the most runs made between dismissals in women’s Test cricket with 329 runs.

Ellyse Perry struck a ball into the crowd during a WBBL match against the Melbourne Stars at North Sydney Oval on 9 December 2017. The ball smashed a 13-year-old boy in the face after the ball bounced from a chair.

Ellyse Perry instantly ran to the boundary to see the boy and was moved to the hospital by ambulance for observation but was later discharged. She called the boy the next morning to inspect his well-being.

She was appointed to the Matildas squad for the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany.

She was a team of the Sydney FC squad that contested at the 2013 International Women’s Club Championship which included women’s soccer clubs from Europe, Australia, South America, and Japan.

She made three international goals during her Football profession as mentioned above.

 


 

  FAQ  

a. Is Ellyse Perry married?

She has been married to Matthew Papali’i Toomua who is an Australian rugby union skilled player who has played more than 35 times for Australia since 2013. After 5 years, Ellyse Perry announced her divorce.

b. Who is Ellyse Perry?

Ellyse Perry is a professional footballer as well as a cricketer who completed her International football first match at the age of 16.

c. How much does Ellyse Perry Earn?

There is no exact value but here are here some sources of income annual salary from Cricket Australia (CA) is around $200,000, and she receives approximately $100,000 from the Sydney Sixers Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) contract. Meanwhile, her earning from The Hundred in 2022 was £31,000. Her total Networth is around $10 million.

 


 

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