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Erin Osborne

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Age 34
Birthday June 271989
Birth Sign Cancer
City Australia
Country Australia
Profession Cricket Player

Erin Osborne is a famous Cricket Player, born on June 27, 1989 in Australia. As of December 2022, Erin Osborne’s net worth is $5 Million. She made her senior debut in 2008 for New South Wales.

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Erin Osborne Biography

She made her international debut on February 1, 2009, in an ODI match against New Zealand. Erin Alyse Osborne (born 27 June 1989) is a cricketer who played for New South Wales and Australia and currently plays for and captains the ACT meteors. An off spin bowler, she made her international debut in early 2009 after topping the wicket-taking aggregates in her debut season for New South Wales in the Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL). However, she has found it difficult to maintain a regular position in the Australian team because of the presence of Shelley Nitschke and Lisa Sthalekar, two spin bowling all-rounders who are ranked in the top ten in the world for both bowling and all-round performance..

She was born in Taree, New South Wales, Australia.

In January 2007, aged 17 and a half, she played for New South Wales in the Under-19 interstate competition. In the match against Western Australia, she hammered an unbeaten 106 as New South Wales amassed 3/305 before dismissing their opponents for 35. She ended the tournament with 145 runs at 72.50 and took three wickets at 7.33.

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After scoring an unbeaten century for New South Wales at Under-19 level in 2007, Osborne made her WNCL during the 2008–09 season. After taking two wickets for 13 runs (2/13) from ten overs on debut, she took three wickets in each of the next two matches. She later took 4/18 against Victoria and ended with 15 wickets at 14.20 as New South Wales took out the WNCL. Osborne was rewarded with selection for the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand, and took 3/32 in her third match, ending the series with five wickets. She was retained for the 2009 World Cup held in Australia, playing in six of the hosts’ seven matches. She took nine wickets at 19.77.

Erin Osborne Net Worth

Erin Osborne is one of the richest Cricket Player & listed on most popular Cricket Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Erin Osborne‘s net worth $5 Million.

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She was a star for the New South Wales U-19 team in 2007, where she recorded an unbeaten century.

After scoring an unbeaten century for New South Wales at Under-19 level in 2007, Osborne made her WNCL during the 2008–09 season. After taking two wickets for 13 runs (2/13) from ten overs on debut, she took three wickets in each of the next two matches. She later took 4/18 against Victoria and ended with 15 wickets at 14.20 as New South Wales took out the WNCL. Osborne was rewarded with selection for the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand, and took 3/32 in her third match, ending the series with five wickets. She was retained for the 2009 World Cup held in Australia, playing in six of the hosts’ seven matches. She took nine wickets at 19.77.

In October 2008, Osborne played her first match for the senior New South Wales team in a match against India. She took 1/24 from eight overs, took two wickets and scored 21 in a 48-run loss. A month later, she made her debut in the Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) in a double-header against Queensland. She took 2/13 from ten overs in the first match, helping to restrict Queensland to 9/108 before New South Wales completed an eight-wicket win.

Osborne started the 2009–10 WNCL, took a wicket in each of the two matches against Queensland, and then took 2/34 from 10 overs in both matches against the Australian Capital Territory, although the last match ended in defeat. She then took 2/33 and 1/25 against Victoria as the matches were shared. Having taken 3/23 from ten overs to help bowl out Western Australia for 99 and set up a ten-wicket win, she then took 2/38 in a 76-run win over South Australia before New South Wales against met Victoria in the final. Osborne scored one as New South Wales reached 9/206. She then took 3/33 from nine overs to help dismiss Victoria for 147, sealing a fifth consecutive title and was named the player of the match for her contribution. She ended the season with 17 wickets at 14.17 at an economy rate of 2.77. She scored 41 runs at 6.83.

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Osborne was selected for the 2009 World Twenty20 in England but did not play in any of the matches. Australia stayed for a bilateral series against the hosts, and Osborne was dropped after going wicketless in the first two ODIs and being required to bowl less than half of her overs; she was also overlooked for the one-off Test. During the 2009–10, Osborne took 15 wickets at 14.17, including a haul of 3/33 in the final against Victoria, helping to secure a 59-run win and a fifth consecutive WNCL title for New South Wales. She was named the player of the match for her contributions. In the T20 competition, she took eight wickets in seven matches. In a series for the Australian Under-21s against New Zealand Emerging Players, Osborne was dismissed once in scoring 129 runs and took six wickets at 15.50.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Cricket Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Erin Osborne celebrates birthday on June 27 of every year.

Osborne was rewarded with her first international call-up ahead of the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup after leading the wicket-taking in the WNCL. She made her debut on the Rose Bowl series in February 2009 played away against New Zealand. Osborne played in the first four ODIs, making her debut at Cobham Oval in Whangarei. Batting in the lower-order, she made four not out as Australia made 8/150. She then took 1/19 from her ten overs, with three maidens, as the hosts narrowly won by two wickets. In the next match she took 0/33 and ended on three not out in a four run loss when her partners were dismissed.

Osborne was part of the 2010 World Twenty20 winning team in the West Indies but played in only one of Australia’s matches. She was omitted from both warm-up matches against New Zealand and Pakistan. Australia lost the first before winning the second.

In the five T20s that followed, three at Bellerive Oval in Hobart, and two in New Zealand, Osborne only played in the fifth match, taking 1/13 from two overs and scoring one as Australia were bowled out in a 17-run defeat and lost 5–0.

Osborne was selected in the Australian squad for the Rose Bowl series against New Zealand, but was not fully utilised in the first two matches at the Adelaide Oval, as captain Alex Blackwell elected to use Sthalekar and Nitschke more often and earlier. After scoring two not out and taking 1/8 from only three overs in the closing stages of a 115-run win in the first match, Osborne took 0/23 from five overs in a win the next day. Australia decided to omit the under-used specialist bowler in place of batsman Leah Poulton, and Osborne did not return until the fifth ODI at the Junction Oval, where she was attacked in taking 1/33 from six overs in a 103-run win; Australia swept the series 5–0. Osborne ended with two wickets at 32.00 at an economy rate of 4.57.

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