Amy Satterthwaite


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Satterthwaite was given the nickname 'the branch' due to her distinct height advantage.


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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 became the first player in WODI and second overall after Kumar Sangakkara in ODI to score four consecutive hundreds in 2017. Following these achievements, Satterthwaite won the inaugural ICC Women's ODI Player of the Year award.

In September 2018, Suzie Bates stepped down as captain of New Zealand and was replaced by Satterthwaite.

Satterthwaite upbeat despite narrow loss

New Zealand captain Amy Satterthwaite scored a terrific 92 in the first ODI against Australia but lamented chewing up "too many dots" in their run chase and said there's still plenty of room for improvement

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Satterthwaite stars to lead NZ fightback

Amy Satterthwaite played a terrific hand to rescue the visitors after they fell into early trouble, but couldn't get the White Ferns home in a tight first ODI


Kiwis on fire early as Healy, Lanning exit

After a ball of the summer contender from Lea Tahuhu to remove Alyssa Healy, Meg Lanning departed courtesy of a superb catch from Amy Satterthwaite to hand Rosemary Mair a debut wicket in the first ODI at the WACA

Bring it on, says White Ferns captain

Satterthwaite eyes Adelaide as the first of two finals as New Zealand bid to end 20-year Rose Bowl drought


Kiwis out to break drought in Australia

New Zealand camp ready to break streak and claim Rose Bowl trophy from Australia

Coach exit no distraction: Kiwis

White Ferns skipper backs side to thrive in Australia despite 'confronting' recent review and coach's leave of absence