Amy Satterthwaite

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Amy Satterthwaite
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Amy Satterthwaite in February 2010
Personal information
Full name Amy Ella Satterthwaite
Born (1986-10-07) 7 October 1986 (age 31)
Christchurch, Canterbury
Batting Left-handed
Bowling Right-arm medium
Role All-rounder
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 106) 21 July 2007 v Australia
Last ODI 5 November 2017 v Pakistan
T20I debut (cap 18) 19 July 2007 v Australia
Last T20I 9 November 2017 v Pakistan
Domestic team information
Years Team
2003–present Canterbury
2014–2015 Tasmania
2015 Hobart Hurricanes
2016 Lancashire Thunder
Melbourne Renegades
Career statistics
Competition WODI WT20I WLO WT20
Matches 101 75 234 161
Runs scored 3168 1066 6,991 3,240
Batting average 38.63 19.74 41.12 27.93
100s/50s 6/16 0/0 12/43 0/12
Top score 137* 45 137* 87*
Balls bowled 1633 415 5,896 1,625
Wickets 42 21 165 88
Bowling average 28.38 23.28 24.56 19.81
5 wickets in innings 0 1 1 1
10 wickets in match 0 0 0 0
Best bowling 4/13 6/17 5/27 6/17
Catches/stumpings 30/– 20/– 83/– 62/–
Source: CricketArchive, 3 July 2017

Amy Ella Satterthwaite (born 7 October 1986) is a New Zealand cricketer who currently plays for the Canterbury Magicians in the New Zealand State League and the Melbourne Renegades in the Australian Women's Big Bash League. She has played internationally for New Zealand in women's One Day Internationals (ODI) and women's Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) since 2007, appearing at the Women's Cricket World Cup in 2009 and 2013. On 26 February 2017 against Australia she became the first player in WODI and second overall after Kumar Sangakkara in ODI to score four consecutive hundreds.[1] In December 2017, she won the inaugural ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year award.[2][3]

Personal life

Satterthwaite was born in Christchurch in 1986 and grew up in Culverden in north Canterbury.[4] Her father, Michael Satterthwaite, represented Canterbury Country in cricket and is a former chairman of Canterbury Cricket.[5][6] She states that she grew up with cricket and "had a love for the game from when [she] could walk!"[5] Satterthwaite was for many years office manager for a veterinary practice,[7] and since 2015 has been employed by Canterbury Cricket.[8]

Playing career

Domestic career

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Satterthwaite bowling at a training session in 2010

Satterthwaite made her debut for Canterbury Magicians at limited overs level in 2003.[9]

In 2007, Satterthwaite became captain of the Magicians, initially on a temporary basis due to regular captain Haidee Tiffen having a virus.[10]

In 2016, Satterthwaite was appointed captain of the Lancashire Thunder in the Women's Cricket Super League. She played in five matches for the Thunder in July and August 2016.[11][12]

During the 2014–15 season, Satterthwaite played nine matches for the Tasmanian Roar; four times in the Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup and five in the Women's National Cricket League.[12][9]

Satterthwaite signed for the Hobart Hurricanes ahead of the 2015–16 Women's Big Bash League season. In 2016, she resigned for the Hurricanes for the 2016–17 Women's Big Bash League season.[13][14]

International career

Satterthwaite made her international debut for New Zealand against Australia on 19 July 2007 in a Twenty20 International. She made her One Day International debut two days later, also against Australia.[4]

In August 2007, she took six wickets for seventeen runs against England; this remains the only six-wicket haul in a women's T20I match.[15]

Starting during the Pakistan's tour to New Zealand in November 2016, and then into the Australian women's team tour of New Zealand in 2017, Satterthwaite became the first woman to score a century in four consecutive innings in ODIs.[1]

Satterthwaite has captained New Zealand twice in One Day International cricket, the first against Ireland in 2010 and the second against Pakistan in 2016.[16][17][18]

During the 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup,she equalled the record of Lydia Greenway for taking the most number of catches in a single Women's Cricket World Cup series(8)[19]

Women's International Centuries

Women's ODI Centuries

Amy Satterthwaite's One Day International centuries
# Runs Match Opponents City/Country Venue Year
1 109 47  Australia Sydney, Australia North Sydney Oval 2012
2 103 54  England Mumbai, India Brabourne Stadium 2013
3 137* 89  Pakistan Lincoln, New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval 2016
4 115* 90  Pakistan Lincoln, New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval 2016
5 123 92  Pakistan Nelson, New Zealand Saxton Oval 2016
6 102* 93  Australia Auckland, New Zealand Eden Park Outer Oval 2017


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  2. ^ "Ellyse Perry declared ICC's Women's Cricketer of the Year". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 21 December 2017. 
  3. ^ "Amy Satterthwaite named ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year". NZ Herald. Retrieved 22 December 2017. 
  4. ^ a b Amy Satterthwaite at ESPNcricinfo
  5. ^ a b "Amy Satterthwaite". New Zealand Cricket. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  6. ^ van Royen, Robert (8 December 2016). "Former Black Caps speedster Shane Bond joins Canterbury Cricket board as one of two co-opted members". Fairfax New Zealand. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  7. ^ "White Fern Satterthwaite turns down contract". Fairfax New Zealand. 17 April 2013. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  8. ^ Mealing, Fleur (26 August 2016). "Senior White Fern welcomes NZ women cricketers' big pay rise". Fairfax New Zealand. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  9. ^ a b "Women's limited overs matches played by Amy Satterthwaite". CricketArchive. Retrieved 9 January 2017. (Subscription required (help)). 
  10. ^ Dunbar, Tim (28 December 2007). "Satterthwaite to stay at helm". The Press. Christchurch: Fairfax New Zealand. Retrieved 9 January 2017 – via EBSCOhost. 
  11. ^ Bates, Charlotte (26 July 2016). "Kia Super League: Amy Satterthwaite to captain Lancashire Thunder". Sky Sports. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  12. ^ a b "Women's Twenty20 matches played by Amy Satterthwaite". CricketArchive. Retrieved 9 January 2017. (Subscription required (help)). 
  13. ^ "Women's Big Bash League: Kiwi signs on for Hurricanes". The Mercury. Hobart: News Corp Australia. 17 August 2015. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  14. ^ Thomas-Wilson, Simeon (9 December 2016). "Coach says batting boost will help bowlers build a Hurricane force". The Mercury. Hobart: News Corp Australia. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  15. ^ "List of five-wicket hauls in women's Twenty20 International cricket". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 12 January 2017. 
  16. ^ "New Zealand women captains' playing record in Women's ODI matches". CricketArchive. Retrieved 9 January 2017. (Subscription required (help)). 
  17. ^ "Ireland Women tour of England, Only ODI: Ireland Women v New Zealand Women at Kibworth, Jul 4, 2010". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  18. ^ "ICC Women's Championship, 5th ODI: New Zealand Women v Pakistan Women at Nelson, Nov 19, 2016". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  19. ^ "Cricket Records | Records | Women's World Cup | Most catches in a series | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo. Retrieved 2017-07-25. 

External links

  • Amy Satterthwaite at ESPNcricinfo
  • Amy Satterthwaite at CricketArchive (subscription required)
  • Amy Satterthwaite on Twitter
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