Amy Jones


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Amy Jones is a former MCC Young Cricketer.


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Wicketkeeper batswoman Amy Jones came in as a replacement for former cricketer Sarah Taylor, making her international debut against Sri Lanka in the 2013 ICC Women's World Cup. Her T20I debut came later in the year against Pakistan.

Her formative years in domestic cricket saw her represent the English Academy as well as Warwickshire.

Jones had an impressive outing at the 2018 ICC World Twenty20, with her unbeaten 53 against India being one of the highlights.

The Perth Scorchers welcomed her to the Big Bash League, signing her up for the 2018/19 season. Her debut in the league saw her smash 57 off just 29 deliveries.

Jones drop sparks England catch controversy

India's Smriti Mandhana enjoyed a second life after she was given out caught behind - only for replays to reveal England wicketkeeper Amy Jones had in fact dropped the ball

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Jones shines as Perth scorch Stars

Scorchers opener Amy Jones struck a quickfire 70 from just 55 balls to help lead her team to victory in Melbourne

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Jones goes big at Karen Rolton Oval

English import Amy Jones smashed a 58-ball 80 in a stunning display against the Strikers

Coyte comes out of retirement for WBBL

Former Australia quick set to make her Big Bash return, coming out of retirement to sign with Sydney Sixers