Trisha Chetty (South Africa cricketer) Husband, Age, Records, Photos, Birthday, and More
Updated on: Aug 20, 2019 6:10 pm IST
South African Cricketer, Trisha Chetty, is a member of the South African Women’s side since the late 2000s. She has broken into the national team in 2007 taking over the place of Daleen Terblanche. Aggressive with the bat and pretty athletic on the field, Trisha is an athletic keeper who has impressed while playing for Kwa-Zulu Natal. Since 2007, she has done two tests and more than a hundred limited-overs appearances for South Africa. She initially batted at number seven or eight but was promoted up the order quickly and her opening batting began from mid-2008 onwards.
She was named in South Africa’s squad in October 2018 for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies.
Name: Trisha Chetty
Role: Wicketkeeper batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Height (approx.): 6 feet 3 inches
Weight (approx.): NA
Eye Colour: Green
Hair Colour: Brown
Date of Birth: June 26, 1988
Age (as on July 2019): 31 years
Birth Place: Durban, Natal
Zodiac sign: Cancer
Nationality: South African
Test: Netherlands Women v South Africa Women at Rotterdam, Jul 28-31, 2007
ODI: South Africa Women v Pakistan Women at Pretoria, Jan 20, 2007
T20I: New Zealand Women v South Africa Women at Taunton, Aug 10, 2007
Jersey Number: 8
Major Teams: Africa Women XI, Gauteng Women, KwaZulu-Natal Women, South Africa Women
Net Worth (2019): $4 Million (Approx.)
MAN OF THE MATCHTest – 0, ODI – 5, T20I – 2
CAREER SPAN[Test, 2007 – 2014], [ODI, 2007 – 2018], [T20I, 2007 – 2016]
Favourite Cricketers: NA
Boyfriend, Spouse and Children
Marital Status: Unmarried
Awards and recognitions
Trisha set the record for the highest ever opening stand of 170 runs in the history of WT20I history
Trisha was suspended in 2017 due to the breach of Rules and the Code of Conduct.
Lesser Known Facts
She was ruled out of South Africa’s squad due to injury after the start of the tournament and was replaced by Faye Tunnicliffe.