Queensland: Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry made a special achievement on Saturday as she surpassed Alex Blackwell to become the most played female cricketer in all formats for Australia. .
Alice Perry made a big record
Ellyse Perry made her debut in the second T20 International against the Indian women’s cricket team at the Carrara Oval here, as well as playing 251 matches for the Australia national women’s team. broke the record.
Ellyse Perry. Our most capped player across all formats.
— Australian Women’s Cricket Team (@AusWomenCricket) October 9, 2021
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Participated in 252nd International match
Ellyse Perry made her debut in 2007 and this was her 252nd international match in all formats. Alyssa Healy is third with 207 matches while Meg Lanning is fourth with 205 matches. The ICC has also congratulated Parry.
— ICC (@ICC) October 9, 2021
300 international wickets in his name
Recently, during the 4-day Pink Ball Test against the Indian women’s team, Ellyse Perry became the first Australian woman player to take 300 international wickets. In her career spanning 14 years, Perry has played 9 Tests, 118 ODIs and 124 T20Is, which is more than any Kangaroo female cricketer.