Sarah Taylor Height, Weight, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More
Bio Full NameSarah Jane Taylor ProfessionEnglish Women Cricketer (Batsman, Wicket-keeper) Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 170 cm in meters- 1.70 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 7” Eye ColourHazel Blue Hair ColourBlonde Cricket International DebutTest- 8 August 2006 vs India Women in Leicester ODI- 14 August 2006 vs India Women in Lord's T20- 5 August 2006 vs India Women in Derby International RetirementOn 27 September 2019, she announced her retirement from international cricket with immediate effect. Jersey Number #30 (England Women) Domestic/State TeamsSussex Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, England Development Squad Women, Rubies Bowling StyleN/A Batting StyleRight-hand bat Records/Achievements (main ones)• Sarah scored 129 against South Africa in August 2008 and made a record for the highest run stand in Women's ODI with her first wicket partnership of 268 with Caroline Atkins. • She became the youngest woman cricketer to score 1000 ODI runs after she had smashed 75 runs in a 10 wicket win against India in September 2008. • In June 2009, she scored 'run-a-ball' 120 thus surpassing Enid Bakewell's (118) record for the highest individual score against Australia. • She set the highest record for 2nd wicket partnership in ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2017 after she had constructed 275 with Tamsin Beaumont. Career Turning PointSarah had played a prominent role in her domestic team which earned her the selection to the international squad. Personal Life Date of Birth20 May 1989 Age (as in 2019)30 Years BirthplaceWhitechapel, London, England Zodiac signTaurus NationalityEnglish HometownWhitechapel, London, England Educational QualificationNot Known FamilyFather- Not Known Mother- Not Known Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known ReligionChristianity HobbiesSwimming, listening to music Favourite Things Favourite Sport Outside CricketFootball Favourite Football ClubArsenal Boys, Affair & More Marital StatusUnmarried Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known HusbandN/A
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sarah Taylor
In 2014, she was named as the ICC Women’s One-Day International Cricketer of the year.
She became the first ever woman cricketer in 2015 to play men’s grade cricket in Australia. She had appeared as wicket-keeper for Northern District.
Owing to her problem of anxiety, she declared a break from international cricket in May 2016. It was because she wanted to not spoil her career. Sarah made a comeback in April 2017.