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    Ellyse Alexandra Perry was born on November 3, 1990 on Sydney, an Australian sportswoman who was represented her country in Cricket and Association Football. She was became the youngest Cricket player and debuted in the second ODI of the Rose Bowl series at the age of 17. Ellyse Perry's rise has seen her become one of the dominant players of her - or any - generation as well as a global icon of the game and female sport. Gradually becoming a single-sport professional athlete from 2014 onward, Perry's acclaimed cricket career has continued to flourish and she is now widely considered to be one of the greatest female players ever.

    During her school years in Beecroft 사설토토 Primary School and Pymble Ladies' College, she played a range of sports beside cricket and soccer, such as tennis, athletics, touch football and golf. She became friends with future Australian team mate Alyssa Healy at the age of nine, and they played cricket together throughout childhood. Healy occasionally referred to her as "Dags" because of an ill-fitting uniform she wore at junior level, though Perry is more commonly known by the nickname "Pez”.

    She had already made headlines when days earlier, her unbeaten 29 that included a massive straight six, and four wickets on T20I international debut, led Australia to a 21-run win over England at the MCG. She went on to play a vital role in all of Australia's four World Cup victories in as many years, though she will forever be remembered for the 2013 Women's World Cup final against West Indies, when, barely able to walk, she limped in to bowl 10 overs and took 3 for 19.

    Among her many achievements, in July 2019 she became the first cricketer to complete the double of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets in T20s. Ellyse has been declared one of Australia’s most marketable athletes. With a slew of high profile endorsements, Ellyse’s commercial appeal reaches far and wide, even features regularly in broadcast, print and online media for her achievements on and away from the pitch. Read more...