Who is Alyssa Healy | Bio | Stats | UP Warriorz Player

About Alyssa Healy:

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Name:- Alyssa Healy
DOB:- 24th March 1990
Batting style:- Right Right-handed batter
Place of Birth:- Gold Coast, Queensland
Role:- Captain, Keeper-Batter
Teams:- Australia Under-23s Women, Australia Women, New South Wales Under-19s Women, Northern Superchargers (Women), Sydney Sixers Women, UP Warriorz Women

Alyssa Healy UPW. PC: Getty
Alyssa Healy UPW. PC: Getty

Bio:

Alyssa Healy hailing from a distinguished cricketing family emerged as a notable figure in Australian women’s cricket, she is the daughter of Greg Healy a former member of the Queensland Cricket squad, and the niece of Ian Healy the renowned Australian test wicketkeeper despite the family legacy, Healy initially did not show interest in cricket until she moved to Sydney as a child and was encouraged to take up the sport by a friend.

Healy’s career flourished as she transitioned into a full-time wicketkeeper for New South Wales after the departure of Leonie Coleman she showcased her batting prowess recording her highest score of 89 not out and making the most dismissals in the women’s national cricket league.

Her international debut came in the 2010 Rose Bowl Series against New Zealand where she was impressed with her wicket-keeping skills and attacking batting Healy played a crucial role in Australia’s victorious campaign in the 2010 World Twenty 20 contributing with both bat and gloves.

Over the years Healy continued to shine on the international stage earning accolades such as the ICC WT20I Player of the Year and the Belinda Clark medal she played a pivotal role in Australia’s triumphs in multiple ICC tournaments including the t20 World Cups in 2018 and 2020 and has scored 2795 runs in 135 innings with highest score of 148*.

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Healy’s remarkable achievements and contributions got her a deal with UP Warriorz in the WPL 2023 auction alongside captaincy and scored 253 runs in 9 innings at a strike rate of 141 and averaging 31.

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