WPL 2023: Mitchell Starc will not play IPL, but his wife will be part of Women’s IPL


Women’s Premier League 2023: Australian bowler Mitchell Starc Indian Premier League I never played regularly. He last played in IPL in 2015. Starc then became part of Royal Challengers Bangalore. He focused more on international cricket than IPL. The year is 2023 Even in IPL he is not a member of any IPL team. On the other hand, if we talk about his wife Alyssa Healy, she is playing in the inaugural edition of the Women’s Premier League. Not only this, Alyssa has also been handed the captaincy of the team in the Women’s IPL 2023.

Alyssa is the captain of UP Warriors

Alyssa Healy has been named as the captain of the women’s IPL team UP Warriors. She will captain her team against Gujarat Giants on March 5. A match between UP Warriors and Gujarat Giants women’s teams will be held in Mumbai on Sunday. Talking about Alyssa Healy, she has a lot of experience playing T20 cricket. She is a regular part of the Australian women’s T20 team. Recently represented the Kangaroo team in the Women’s T20 World Cup held in South Africa. Alyssa is also active in franchise cricket. She plays for the Sydney Sixers in the Women’s Big Bash League. UP Warriors added Alyssa Healy to their team by spending Rs.70 lakhs.

Alyssa is a bang batter

UP Warriors captain Alyssa Healy can make a splash with her batting in the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League. She always believes in batting aggressively. His international cricket career was very impressive. She has represented Australia in all formats. Alyssa scored 236 runs in 6 Tests for the Kangaroo team. Good success in ODIs. Alyssa Healy scored 2639 runs in 83 innings in 94 ODIs. He scored 5 centuries and 15 half-centuries in ODIs. His highest score in ODIs is 170 runs. Apart from this, his T20 International stats are also very impressive. He played 141 T20 international matches and scored 2489 runs. She has scored one century and 14 half-centuries in T20 Internationals. His highest score in the shortest format of cricket was 148 not out.

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