Sarah Jane Taylor (Sarah Taylor, age 28) was born on 20 May 1989. She is an English Women Cricketer. Sarah is a wicket keeper batsman, opens innings for England team for ODI and batting in the middle order in Tests. She plays county cricket for Sussex. She won the ICC Women’s T20 Cricketer of the year in 2012 & 2013 and ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year in 2014. Taylor is a fan of Arsenal football club.
Sarah Taylor with her Nephew
Height – 5.7′ (170cm)
Weight – 60kgs (132 lb)
Batting Style – Right-handed Batsmen
Husband – Unknown
Taylor kept out Brighton College’s male keeper in for a spot in their first team.
In 2006 August, She made her test debut against Indian Women at Leicester. During the same year, she made her ODI and T20 debut against Indian Women.
Sarah Taylor Player of the Series
On 8 August 2008, she broke the record for the highest stand in women’s One Day International cricket with a first wicket partnership of 268 with Caroline Atkins at Lord’s for England against South Africa. She went on to score 129.
On 1 September 2008, she became the youngest woman cricketer to score 1000 runs in One Day Internationals.
She opened the batting for England in their victories in the 50 over World Cup in Australia and the Twenty/20 World Championship in 2009. However, she pulled out of the England tours of 2010 and 2011, including the Ashes match in Australia.
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She won the T20I Women’s Cricketer of the Year in 2012 and 2013.
She was named as the ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year in 2014.
In 2015 she became the first woman to play men’s grade cricket in Australia when she appeared as wicket-keeper for Northern Districts against Port Adelaide at Salisbury Oval in South Australia’s premier men’s competition.
Sarah Taylor playing with Men’s Team
In May 2016, Taylor announced she had been suffering from anxiety which she said had been adversely affecting her cricket performance. She announced a break from playing in order to ‘prolong her career’.
She resumed playing in April 2017 and in June she was selected for the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup, of which Taylor was a member of the winning women’s team at the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup held in England.