|Alyssa Healy Quick Info|
|height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Date of birth||March 24, 1990|
|Husband or wife||Mitchell Starc|
Alyssa Healy is an Australian professional cricketer, who has represented his country in all 3 formats of the game (Test, ODI and T20I) as a wicketkeeper and top-order batsman. She was part of the winning Australian team in 2013 ICC Women’s Cricket World CupThis was the sixth time Australia had achieved this feat. She has also been an integral member of the Australian team, which have achieved ICC Women’s T20 World Cup In 2010, 2012, 2014, 2018, and 2020. In the Australian domestic circuit, he has played for New South Wales (2007–08–present) in all 3 formats. In franchise based T20 cricket, she has turned out for Sydney Sixers in (2015-16-present) WBBL (Women’s Big Bash League); trail blazers (2018) in Women’s T20 Challenge, And this Yorkshire Diamonds (2019) in WCSL (Women’s Cricket Super League). A rare occurrence in modern cricket, Alyssa has also played domestic cricket outside her country, representing Yorkshire women’s cricket team (2012) in England.
name at birth
Alyssa Jean Healy
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Alyssa had attended MLC School, an independent day school for girls in Burwood, New South Wales. he later studied Barker CollegeAn independent Anglican co-educational school in Hornsby, a suburb of Sydney.
- father – Greg Healy (Former Cricketer)
- Mother — Sandy Healy
- siblings – Karen Healy (Older Sister) (Deceased)
- other – Ian Healy (Uncle) (Former professional cricketer, former world record holder for most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in Test match cricket), Helen Healy (Aunt), Tom Healy (Cousin) (Cricketer), Emma Healy (Cousin) Brother), Laura Healy (Cousin), Kenneth James Healy (Uncle) (Former Cricketer), Kim Healy (Aunt), Paul Stark (Father-in-law) (d. 2021), Brandon Stark (Brother-in-Law) (Higher) Jumper, ‘Silver’ Medalist in 2010 Summer Youth Olympics‘Gold’ Medalist in 2018 Commonwealth Games), Laura Turner (Sister-in-law) (Athlete)
wicket keeper batsman
77 – One Day International (ODI), T20 International (T20I), New South Wales (Australian domestic cricket), Sydney Sixers (WBBL)
5 feet 5 inches or 165 cm
63 kg or 139 lbs
lover / spouse
Alyssa has dated –
- Mitchell Starc (2015-Present) – Alyssa got engaged to fellow Australian professional cricketer Mitchell Starc in 2015 and they got married on 15 April 2016. They have known each other since they were both 9 years old. They are only the third married couple (heterosexual) to have played international cricket in the Test match format after Prideaux (Roger Prideaux and Ruth Westbrook) did so for England in the 1950s and 1960s, and the d’Alvis couple (Guy d’Alvis). and Rasanjali Silva) represented Sri Lanka in the 1980s and 1990s.
Caste / Ethnicity
- toned physique
- side-parted, neck-length, straight hair
- charming smile
- glowing face
Alyssa Healy Facts
- Despite being born into a family of cricketers, Alyssa had no interest in the sport until she moved from Queensland to Sydney as a child, where she was persuaded by a friend to take up cricket.
- She first came into the limelight in late 2006 when she became the first girl in the state of New South Wales to play among boys in a private school competition. She rose rapidly in the state age-group ranks and made her debut for the senior New South Wales team in the 2007–08 season.
- During the 2009–10 season, he took over the wicketkeeping duties for his state on a full-time basis. In that season, he set a new record for most dismissals by a wicket-keeper. Women’s National Cricket League,
- She was the leading run-scorer in Australia’s winning campaign in 2018 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Scored 225 runs in just 5 innings. She was the top run-scorer for Australia in their group stage matches against Pakistan (48 runs), Ireland (56 not out), and New Zealand (53); Also in the semi-final against West Indies (46 runs). For his consistent performances, he was named ‘Player of the Tournament’.
- In December 2018, ICC (International Cricket Council) honored him with the ‘T20I Player of the Year’ award. He repeated this feat in 2019. That year he also won this feat. Belinda Clark AwardAn annual honor that recognizes Australia’s best female international cricketer.
- In October 2019, in a WT20I match against Sri Lanka, he scored 148 runs in just 61 balls, which included 19 fours and 7 sixes. It was his first century in a WT20I match and the highest individual score at that time in WT20I history.
- 2020. In ICC Women’s T20 World CupShe was the second highest run-scorer in the tournament with 236 runs in 6 innings. She was the top run-scorer for Australia in their group stage matches against India (51 runs) and Bangladesh (83 runs). In the match against Bangladesh, he and Beth Mooney had registered an opening partnership of 151 runs. This was the highest partnership for any wicket for Australia in a WT20I match.
- In the final of the tournament, against India, he scored a quick 75 off just 39 balls to help Australia win by a mammoth total of 184 runs and 85 runs. He was adjudged ‘Player of the Match’ for his performance.
- In September 2020, he had registered his 92nd dismissal as a wicketkeeper in WT20I matches. As a result, he set a new record for most dismissals by a wicketkeeper, male or female, in T20I cricket, surpassing the legendary Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
- She and her husband Michelle Stark participate in an annual friendly golf competition that they affectionately named stolen cup By combining their last names (Healy and Stark).
Featured image by Alyssa Healy / Instagram