|Real Name||Sarah Jane Taylor
|Profession||English Women Cricketer (Batsman, Wicket-keeper)|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 7”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 60 kg
in Pounds- 132 lbs
|Figure Measurements (approx.)||34-28-34|
|Eye Colour||Hazel Blue|
|International Debut||Test- 8 August 2006 vs India Women in Leicester
ODI- 14 August 2006 vs India Women in Lord's
T20- 5 August 2006 vs India Women in Derby
|Jersey Number||#30 (England Women)|
|Domestic/State Teams||Sussex Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, England Development Squad Women, Rubies|
|Batting Style||Right-hand bat|
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||• Sarah scored 129 against South Africa in August 2008 and made a record for the highest run stand in Women's ODI with her first wicket partnership of 268 with Caroline Atkins.
• She became the youngest woman cricketer to score 1000 ODI runs after she had smashed 75 runs in a 10 wicket win against India in September 2008.
• In June 2009, she scored 'run-a-ball' 120 thus surpassing Enid Bakewell's (118) record for the highest individual score against Australia.
• She set the highest record for 2nd wicket partnership in ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2017 after she had constructed 275 with Tamsin Beaumont.
|Career Turning Point||Sarah had played a prominent role in her domestic team which earned her the selection to the international squad.|
|Date of Birth||20 May 1989|
|Age (as in 2017)||28 Years|
|Birth Place||Whitechapel, London, England|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Taurus|
|Hometown||Whitechapel, London, England|
|College/ University||Not Known|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Family||Father- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
Brother- Not Known
Sister- Not Known
|Hobbies||Swimming, listening to music|
|Favourite Sport Outside Cricket||Football|
|Favourite Football Club||Arsenal|
|Boys, Affair & More|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sarah Taylor
- Does Sarah Taylor smoke: Not Known
- Does Sarah Taylor drink alcohol: Not Known
- In 2014, she was named as the ICC Women’s One-Day International Cricketer of the year.
- She became the first ever woman cricketer in 2015 to play men’s grade cricket in Australia. She had appeared as wicket-keeper for Northern District.
- Owing to her problem of anxiety, she declared a break from international cricket in May 2016. It was because she wanted to not spoil her career. Sarah made a comeback in April 2017.