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Amelia Kerr

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Break

Did you know?

Kerr is the granddaughter of former New Zealand Test cricketer Bruce Murray.

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Break

AGE
19
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Wellington

COUNTRY

New Zealand

New Zealand

Bio

Kerr is a young cricketing sensation who was popular even before playing a single game for New Zealand.A video of 14-year-old Kerr bowling went viral and the selectors of the New Zealand national team wasted no time in fast-tracking her into the team lineup. 

Kerr made her ODI debut in November 2016 against Pakistan, where she managed to get six wickets across four games. Her best performance however was against Australia, where she managed to claim four wickets that included - Elyse Villani, Alyssa Healy and Meg Lanning.

Teen spin sensation shows off all-round talent

With the match on the line, New Zealand teen Amelia Kerr struck four boundaries in an over to put the Heat on track for victory


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Heat teen's awesome over on WBBL debut

New Zealand spinner Amelia Kerr collected a triple-wicket maiden and narrowly missed a hat-trick in her Rebel WBBL debut for the Brisbane Heat against Sydney Sixers


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Bates' hundred reasons to down the Aussies

It'll be ODI No.100 for Suzie Bates but the NZ skipper says there'll be no distractions for their WWC17 clash with Australia


Sophie's simply Devine, but beware the Kiwis' whiz kid

Veteran leggie and former Aussie rep Kristen Beams looks at a couple of New Zealand x-factors ahead of Monday's showdown with Australia


Meet the teenage leggie ready to take the Big Bash by storm

Amelia Kerr has deceived the biggest names in world cricket with her wrong'un, broken a world record with the bat and now she's in teal for WBBL|05


Record-holding allrounder joins Brisbane Heat

New Zealand international Amelia Kerr has become the Brisbane Heat's first international signing ahead of the fifth instalment of the Rebel Women's Big Bash


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