|Nickname||Belsy Cricket Victoria|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
|International Debut||ODI- 3 October 2020 vs New Zealand at Brisbane
Test- 30 September 2021 vs India at Carrara
T20- 1 February 2020 vs England at Canberra
|Domestic/State Team||• 2016/17: Melbourne Renegades (squad no. 3)
• 2017/18–present: Victoria (squad no. 3)
• 2017/18–present: Melbourne Stars (squad no. 3)
• 2022–present: Welsh Fire
• 2023–present: Gujarat Giants
|Batting Style||Right hand Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right arm Medium fast|
|Date of Birth||12 October 2001 (Friday)|
|Age (as of 2022)||21 Years|
|Birthplace||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|College/University||Methodist Ladies' College, Kew Vic, Australia|
|Educational Qualification||Science degree (2014-2019) The Sydney Morning Herald|
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- James Sutherland (cricket administrator)
• Will Sutherland (cricketer)
• Tom Sutherland
Some Lesser Known Facts About Annabel Sutherland
- Annabel Sutherland is an Australian cricketer. She represents the Victoria Women’s cricket team in the Women’s National Cricket League and the Melbourne Stars in the Women’s Big Bash League.
- Growing up, she would bowl for long hours against her brother in their backyard, and she was the only girl on the cricket teams at Malvern Cricket Club.
- She also used to play Australian Rules football. She used to play football with boys until her mother set up the club’s first girls’ team. In an interview, her father talked about her and said,
A lot’s changed in girls’ and women’s sport, but there was a period still for her during her primary school years where the only way she could play was to play with boys. One of the things I reflect on, is that she was brave to play in that environment and that she must have really loved her sport, whether it was cricket or footy, because she was the one girl in a boys team. Sometimes there were two girls, but mostly it was all boys. And that can be quite intimidating … I always felt that’s brave, or that she just really loved the sport, to want to do it week-in, week-out, year after year.”
- When she was 15 years old, she made her debut for the Melbourne Renegades, becoming the youngest player to feature in the Big Bash.
- She was part of the Australian under-15 and under-19 cricket teams.
- In 2015, she became the Player of the Championship at the Under 15 National Champs. When she was part of the Under-18 National championship, she became Player of the Championship scoring 340 runs at an average of 48.6.
- In January 2020, she was included in Australia’s squads for the 2020 Australia women’s Tri-Nation Series and the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.
- In April 2020, she received a central contract from Cricket Australia before the 2020–21 season.
- In 2020, she bowled to Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar during the Bushfire Cricket Bash. In an interview, she said that she would remember the
day for the rest of her life.
- In August 2021, she was included in Australia’s squad for the series against India including a one-off day/night Test match.
- She made her test debut on 30 September 2021 for Australia against India.
- In January 2022, she was picked for Australia’s squad for the Women’s Ashes.
- Later in January, she was named to the Australian squad for the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.
- In a match against Melbourne Renegades during the 2022 season of WBBL, she scored 62 runs off 29 balls and took 3 wickets for 37 runs for Melbourne Stars and became the Player of the Match.
- In May 2022, she became part of the Australian team for the cricket tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
- She received a contract from Cricket Australia in April 2019 to be part of the National Performance Squad before the 2019–20 season.
- In April 2022, she was bought by the Welsh Fire for the 2022 season of The Hundred in England.
- In February 2023, she was bought by Gujarat Giants for Rs. 70 lakhs for the inaugural season of WPL.
- In 2017, she went through shoulder surgery.
- In an interview, she said that she was never pressured by her father to pick up a sporting career same as him. When she and her b brother developed an interest in cricket, they used to take him to the net for practice.
- In 2020, she had to return from a New Zealand tour because she suffered an injury. She returned to cricket for the Australia women’s Tri-Nation Series 2020.
- In 2020, it was recorded that she bowls at 115 km/h and is among the pool of Australia’s fast bowlers.