Amy Satterthwaite in February 2010
|Full name||Amy Ella Satterthwaite|
7 October 1986 |
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|ODI debut (cap 106)||21 July 2007 v Australia|
|Last ODI||19 November 2016 v Pakistan|
|T20I debut (cap 18)||19 July 2007 v Australia|
|Last T20I||21 November 2016 v Pakistan|
|Domestic team information|
Source: CricketArchive, 11 January 2017
Amy Ella Satterthwaite (born 7 October 1986) is a New Zealand cricketer who currently plays for the Canterbury Magicians in the New Zealand State League and the Hobart Hurricanes in the Australian Women's Big Bash League. She has played internationally for New Zealand in women's One Day Internationals (ODI) and women's Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) since 2007, appearing at the Women's Cricket World Cup in 2009 and 2013. On 26 February 2017 against Australia she became the first player in WODI and second overall after Kumar Sangakkara in ODI to score four consecutive hundreds.
Satterthwaite was born in Christchurch in 1986 and grew up in Culverden in north Canterbury. Her father, Michael Satterthwaite, represented Canterbury Country in cricket and is a former chairman of Canterbury Cricket. She states that she grew up with cricket and "had a love for the game from when [she] could walk!" Satterthwaite was for many years office manager for a veterinary practice, and since 2015 has been employed by Canterbury Cricket.
Satterthwaite made her international debut for New Zealand against Australia on 19 July 2007 in a Twenty20 International. She made her One Day International debut two days later, also against Australia.
Starting during the Pakistan's tour to New Zealand in November 2016, and then into the Australian women's team tour of New Zealand in 2017, Satterthwaite became the first woman to score a century in four consecutive innings in ODIs.
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