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Sarah Taylor Profile, Age, Career & Awards

Sarah Taylor Profile Age Career

Sarah Taylor (English Women Cricketer)

Sarah Taylor is an English Women Cricketer. She is wicket-keeper and right handed batsman. She plays all three formats of cricket. He mostly plays as an opener in One Day International and at number four in Test cricket. She became the youngest woman cricketer to score 1000 runs in One Day International cricket on 01 September 2008 when he scored 75* against India at Taunton, England. England won this match by 10 wickets. On 08 August 2008, Sarah Taylor scored 129 runs in One Day International match against South Africa which is a record for highest runs in Women’s One Day International cricket history. She scored 120 runs against Australia at Chelmsford on 30 June 2009, which is highest individual score by an English woman against Australia.

Full Name, DOB, Height

Full name of Sarah Taylor is Sarah Jane Taylor. She was born on 20 May 1989 at Whitechapel, Londan, England. She is right handed batsman. Her height is five feet seven inches (1.70 m). Her shirt number is 30. Sarah Taylor is currently single. She is not in any relationship yet.

Major Teams

England Women, England Development Squad Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, Rubies.

Debut in International Cricket

Sarah Taylor starts her international career against India in August 2006. She played her first International T20 on 5 August 2006 at Derby. She debut in all three formats of cricket against same team in same series.

  • Test Debut: Vs India Women Team on 08 August 2006 at Leicester.
  • ODI Debut: Vs India Women Team on 16 August 2006 at Lord’s.
  • T2O Debut: Vs India Women Team on 05 August 2006 at Derby.

Centuries, Fifties & Highest Score in All Formats

  • Test Highest Runs: 40
  • ODI Centuries: 06
  • ODI 50s: 19
  • ODI Highest Score: 147
  • T20I 50s: 15
  • T20I Highest Score: 77


  • ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of year 2012-13.
  • ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the year 2014.

Sarah Taylor Batting & Fielding Career

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Update Date: 08 January 2018

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