Amy Satterthwaite


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Fast


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Fast



New Zealand

New Zealand


New Zealand International Amy Satterthwaite comes to the Hurricanes after playing in Tasmania last season with the Cripps Tasmanian Roar. She has played 61 T20 matches for NZ, 4 T20 matches for Tasmania & 51 T20 games for Canterbury Magicians.

Sattherthwaite made her international debut in 2007 and has the best bowling figures of 6-17 but is also strong with the bat, making 87no for Tasmania last season and accumulating 1271 runs for her NZ domestic side Canterbury.

Satterthwaite said she is looking forward to the opportunity to play alongside & against international players from around the world as well as play in what could be the best domestic competition in the world for women.

Sublime Satterthwaite's match-winning ton

New Zealand allrounder Amy Satterthwaite posted an unbeaten century to guide the home side to a thrilling victory in the first ODI against Australia in Auckland

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Match Highlights: Canes thump Thunder

Hobart Hurricanes moved to third spot on the ladder with a resounding six-wicket win over Sydney Thunder thanks to Amy Satterthwaite's five-wicket haul.

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Satterthwaite spins the 'Canes to victory

Amy Satterthwaite broke the game wide open by finishing with incredible figures of 4-0-17-5 against the Sydney Thunder in Hobart.

Women's World Cup preview: New Zealand

Australia's rivals from across the ditch loom as serious contenders for the top prize

Doolan, Redmayne take top Tas awards

Alex Doolan claims the Ricky Ponting medal, while a move interstate pays off for Georgia Redmayne


ODI run-machines set to square off

Perry and Satterthwaite set to put stunning run-scoring streaks on the line in do-or-die ODI