Amelia Kerr is a young and talented cricketer from Wellington, New Zealand, who has already made a mark on the international cricketing scene. Born in Wellington in 2000, Kerr began playing cricket at a young age and quickly showed promise as an all-rounder. She made her debut for the Wellington Blaze in the 2016-17 season of the Super Smash T20 competition, and soon became a regular in the team. Kerr's impressive performances in domestic cricket caught the attention of the national selectors, and she was named in the New Zealand squad for the 2018 Women's World Cup, making her international debut at the age of just 16.
Kerr's talent was on full display in the 2018, where she became the youngest player in history to score a double century in an international cricket match. She achieved the feat against Ireland, smashing 232 runs off just 145 balls, including 31 fours and two sixes. Kerr's incredible performance earned her widespread recognition and established her as one of the rising stars of women's cricket. Since then, she has continued to perform consistently for the New Zealand team across all formats of the game and is seen as a key player for the team in the upcoming years. Featuring in major overseas leagues like the WIPL, The Hundred, and the WBBL, Kerr continues to prove her worth amongst the major stars of the game. Kerr's all-round abilities as a spin bowler and a hard-hitting batsman make her a valuable asset for any team she plays for.
October 13, 2000 – Tawa, New Zealand
Velocity (WIPL), Southern Vipers (KSL), Brisbane Heat (WBBL)
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