Who is Chloe Tryon | Bio | Stats | South Africa Player

About Chloe Tryon:

Name:- Chloe Tryon
DOB:- January 25, 1994
Bowling style:- Slow Left arm Orthodox
Batting style:- Right hand Bat
Place of Birth:- Kingsway, Durban
Role:- Allrounder
Team:- Barbados Royals Women ,KwaZulu-Natal Women, London Spirit (Women), Mumbai Indians Women, South Africa Under-19s Women, South Africa Women, Southern Brave (Women), Sydney Sixers Women, Sydney Thunder Women

Chloe Tryon on FemaleCricket.com
Chloe Tryon on FemaleCricket.com


Tryon made her international debut in Women’s T20 International (WT20I) cricket in May 2010, representing South Africa against West Indies. This marked the beginning of a promising career in the shortest format of the game, where her aggressive batting style quickly gained attention. Following this, she made her Women’s One Day International (WODI) debut in October 2011 against England. Her Test debut came in November 2014, against India, showcasing her versatility across formats.

Chloe Tryon’s cricketing career with South Africa is a captivating blend of record-breaking feats. Her debut in the 2010 Women’s T20 World Cup against West Indies was an unforgettable one as not only did she step onto the international stage, but she did so with a bang, solidifying her name in history by taking a wicket with the very first ball of her career – a feat unmatched in the tournament’s history.

Beyond her bowling ability, Tryon is a valuable all-rounder, comfortable wielding the willow as well. This well-roundedness was on full display in 2016 when she, along with teammate Suné Luus, forged a record-breaking 142-run partnership for the sixth wicket in a WODI match. The run stand is the highest ever for this partnership position, a testament to Tryon’s ability to contribute significantly in both batting and bowling.

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Recognition for her talent came in 2018 when Cricket South Africa awarded her a national contract. Her leadership qualities also shone through with her being named the vice-captain for both the T20 World Cup in 2020 and the Women’s Cricket World Cup in 2022.

Tryon’s cricketing journey extends beyond the boundaries of national teams. Her talent has been sought after by various global T20 leagues, providing her with a platform to showcase her skills on a wider stage. She has been a part of leagues like The Hundred. In August 2022, she was even signed as an overseas player for the Barbados Royals in the inaugural edition of the Women’s Caribbean Premier League (WCPL).

Tryon’s list of teams extends further, including stints with the KwaZulu-Natal, London Spirit, Mumbai Indians, Southern Brave, Sydney Sixers, and Sydney Thunder, and has been a vital contributor for most of these teams.

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