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 looks for silver linings

White Ferns captain Amy Satterthwaite says New Zealand needs to up its game to keep pace with Australia's full-time professionals as they face a 10-month break until their next international engagement


Jonassen sends Satterthwaite packing

Some clever work in the field from Jess Jonassen saw Amy Satterthwaite run out for 49 during the third and final ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Melbourne


Australia, New Zealand set for ODI series finale

Captains Meg Lanning and Amy Satterthwaite speak on the eve of the third and final one-dayer at Melbourne's Junction Oval

Satterthwaite and Tahuhu expecting first baby!

The Renegades are set to announce a new captain and international replacement after the exciting news that New Zealand duo Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu are expecting a baby

NZ seek to follow in Aussie footsteps

A chastened White Ferns side return home knowing New Zealand has plenty to do to lift the women's game

Rivals keen to finish series on a high

Australia won't be taking their foot off the accelerator during the final game of the ODI series against New Zealand