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Katie Perkins (New Zealand cricketer) Husband, Age, Records, Photos, Birthday, and More

By Saina Fatima

Katie Perkins

New Zealand cricketer, Katie Teresa Perkins,  started playing cricket at a very young age. Her maternal grandpa, while playing with her siblings in the backyard, would practice with her. Auckland was depicted in a couple of games by one of Perkins ‘ uncles. The star based in Auckland had a great summer for the Auckland Hearts in 2011-12 and was the main component of their achievement in winning the One Day competition.

She was part of the good team that won many awards, including the Twenty20 title in 2013/14. Her terrific form led to a call for national responsibilities and she traveled to Australia for the Twenty20 series and Rose Bowl competition with the White Ferns. She was immediately got success, scoring 31 on her debut and having a wonderful summer against Australia and England.

Name: Katie Teresa Perkins

Nickname: Katie Perkins

Role: NA

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5’6.14″ inches(168.00 cm)

Weight (approx.): NA

Eye Colour: NA

Hair Colour: Brown

Personal Life

Date of Birth: July 7, 1988

Age (as on July 2019):  31 years

Birth Place: Auckland

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Nationality: New Zealand

School: NA

College: Royal New Zealand Police College

Educational Qualifications: Graduated as a police constable



Coach/Mentor: Haidee Tiffen

Religion: Christian

Cricket Career

International Debut

ODI: Australia Women v New Zealand Women at Sydney, Jan 25, 2012

T20I: Australia Women v New Zealand Women at Sydney, Jan 20, 2012

Jersey Number: 70

Major Teams:  Auckland Women, New Zealand Women


CAREER SPAN[ODI, 2012 – 2019], [T20I, 2012 – 2017],


Hobbies: NA

Favorite Cricketers: NA

Boyfriend, Spouse and Children

Marital Status: NA

Boyfriend: NA

Awards and recognitions




Lesser Known Facts

On January 20, 2012, Perkins made her Women’s T20 International cricket (WT20I) debut against Australia for New Zealand Women. She made her Women’s One Day Cricket (WODI) debut against the same squad five days later.

Saina Fatima