Amy Jones

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Amy Jones

Amy Jones is an English cricketer who is a part of the England women’s national cricket team in all cricket formats.

She is one of the most talented England women cricketers presenting the England women’s cricket team since 2013 in all cricket formats.

Amy Jones plays as a wicket-keeper batswoman in England women’s cricket team.

Personal Intro

Amy Jones is an English woman cricketer. She was born on 13 June 1993 in Solihull, West Midlands, England.

Name Amy Ellen Jones
NickName Amy
DOB 13 June 1993
Age 30 Years
Birth Place Solihull, West Midlands, England
Home Town Solihull, West Midlands, England
Country England
Language English
Religion Christian
Hobbies Playing Cricket


She studied at John Willmott School Academy and Loughborough University.

John Willmott School
Loughborough University

Family Info

Amy Jones is a Lesbian and is in relationship with an Australian women cricketer Piepa Cleary. Piepa Cleary is a seam bowler from Australia.

Boy Friend or Husband Piepa Cleary
Father N/A
Mother N/A
Brothers N/A
Sisters N/A
Sons N/A
Daughters N/A
Others N/A

Physical Info

Amy Jones height is approx. 5 feet 7 inches and weight is approx. 60 kg. Her hair color is black.

Height Feet: 5 feet 7 inches
Meters: 1.7
Centimeters: 170 cm
Weight 60 Kg
Hair Color Black

Net Worth

His Net Worth, Salary and Match Fee information is available here.

Net Worth 10 million
Salary N/A
Match Fee N/A


Thrilling Over IN FULL | 18 Runs off 5 Balls | Amy Jones vs Australia | Ashes 2023

Cricket Info

Amy Jones has been part of England national cricket team since 2013. She is a right-handed batswoman also a wicket-keeper. She plays as a wicket-keeper batswoman in England women’s Cricket team. Her T20 and ODI shirt number is 42.

Batting Right-handed
Bowling N/A
Role in Team Wicket-keeper
Coach or Mentor N/A
Jersey / Shirt Number 42

Cricket Debut

She made her T20 debut on 5 July 2013 v Pakistan and her T20 cap number is 33.

She made her ODI debut on 1 February 2013 v Sri Lanka and her ODI cap number is 121.

She made her Test debut on 18 July 2019 v Australia and her Test cap number is 160.

T20 Debut (Cap 33)
18 July 2019 v Australia
ODI Debut (Cap 121)
1 February 2013 v Sri Lanka
Test Debut (Cap 160)
5 July 2013 v Pakistan

Major Teams

She plays for England International cricket team, T20 Leagues and in domestic tournaments.

England Women


Loughborough Lightning

Sydney Sixers

Western Australia

Perth Scorchers

Central Sparks

Birmingham Phoenix

Sydney Thunder

Perth Scorchers

England Academy Women

England Under-19s Women