Suzie Bates Net Worth 2022, Wiki, Age, Bio, Relations, Family, Spouse, Salary, Height, Hobby
In this article, we will explore the net worth, profession, and wiki of cricketer Suzie Bates.
Suzie Bates Net Worth 2022
Suzie Bates is a woman cricketer from New Zealand. She was born on September 16, 1987, in Dunedin. Her role in the team as an opening batsman and a medium pacer bowler.
When Suzie Bates celebrates her birthday?
Suzie Bates celebrates her birthday on September 16 every year alongside her family, friends, and teammates.
Wiki of Suzie Bates
|Full name||Her full name is Suzie Bates|
|Nickname||Suzie Bates’s nickname is Suzie|
|BP||Suzie Bates’s BP is Dunedin|
|Role in team||Batsman and a medium pacer bowler|
|DOB||September 16, 1987|
|Age||35 years old|
|The height of Suzie Bates||5.8 ft|
|The weight of Suzie Bates||75 kg|
|The eye color of Suzie Bates||Her eye color is Hazel brown|
|The hair color of Suzie Bates||Her hair color is brown|
|Zodiac sign||Her zodiac sign is Virgo|
|Sister name||Her sister’s name is Olivia Bates|
Basketball Career Of Suzie Bates
In the summer Olympics, she was part NZ basketball team in 2008. She played twenty-four games for WNB in Australia as a part of fr.Christchurch Sirens.
Cricket Career Of Suzie Bates
Suzie Bates scored her 10th 100 in ODI cricket in a match against Ireland by scoring one hundred and fifty-one runs and also became the leading run-scorer by NZ in ODI cricket of Women on June 8, 2018.
She scores her 1st century in women’s t20 in a match against SA in a tri-national series on June 20, 2018. Suzie Bates also became the leading run-scorer in this format in this match. She was only the 2nd woman to play 100 t20 matches in woman cricket history just after the Jenny Gunn of England (In the 6th match of this series).
In October, she made her name into the squad for the ICC women’s t20 world 2018 held in WI. In this tournament, she became the only cricketer in both male and female cricket to score three thousand runs in t20 history. She was the highest run-getter for the NZ in this tournament. She scores 161 runs with the bat in just 4 matches.
For the BBL season of 2018-19, her name was in the squad of Adelaide Striker’s team. In January, her name was also part of the NZ team to play the ICC women’s t20 world cup held in Australia.