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Kate Cross 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.
Kate Cross plays as a bowler in the England women’s cricket team.
Kate Cross is an English woman cricketer. She was born on 3 October 1991 in Manchester, England. Her nickname is Crossy.
|Kathryn Laura Cross
|3 October 1991
Kate Cross studied Psychology at Leeds University and then got a master’s degree in sports directorship from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2023.
|1. Leeds University
2. Manchester Metropolitan University
|1. Degree in Psychology
2. Degree in sports directorship
Kate Cross father’s name is David Cross, he is a former footballer who played football from 1969 to 1987 for different football clubs.
Her mother’s name is Christine Cross, and she is a lawyer. Her brother Robert Cross is also a lawyer and England domestic cricketer.
Kate Cross brother is also a general manager of Lancashire Thunder and Chairman of the Lancashire County Cricket Club Federation.
She also has a sister named Jenny Cross, a cricket physiotherapist who worked for Lancashire Thunder.
|Boy Friend or Husband
Kate Cross height is approx. 5 feet 7 inches and weight is approx. 65 kg. Her hair color is brown and eye color is Hazel Blue.
|Feet: 5 feet 7 inches
Meters: 1.7 m
Centimeters: 170 cm
Her Net Worth, Salary and Match Fee information is available here.
Kate Cross with Superb 5-34 v India | England Women v India 2021
Kate Cross is a right-handed batswoman and right-arm medium fast bowler. She plays as a bowler in the England women’s national cricket team.
She has been a part of England women’s national cricket team since 2013. Her ODI and T20 shirt number is 16.
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She made her T20 debut on 24 October 2013 v West Indies and her T20 cap number is 16.
She made her ODI debut on 29 October 2013 v West Indies and her ODI cap number is 124.
She made her Test debut on 10 January 2014 v Australia and her Test cap number is 152.
She plays for England International cricket team, T20 Leagues and in domestic tournaments.
North West Thunder
Brisbane Heat Women
England Academy Women