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Sarah Jane Taylor Wiki/Biography
Sarah Jane Taylor was born on 20 May 1989 in Whitechapel, London, England, and is known as a cricketer who plays county cricket for Sussex.
So just how rich is Sarah Taylor as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this cricket player has net worth of $100,000 with her wealth being accumulated from her 14 years long career in the mentioned field.
Sarah Taylor Net Worth $100,000
When it comes to Sarah’s early life and education, she attended Brighton College and played cricket in the boys’ team alongside Holly Colvin, which was a controversial topic during that time.
However, her career certainly benefited from her early experience, as it became one of notable achievements. In 2008, she scored 75 not out, thereby becoming the youngest woman in the sport to score 1000 runs in One Day Internationals. In June 2009, she scored 120 at a run-a-ball during the One Day International at Chelmsford, and with that passed Enid Bakewell’s previous record of 118. During the same year, she opened the batting for England in Australia, and at the T20 World Championship. Nevertheless, she didn’t take part in the English tours in 2010 and 2011, missing the Ashes series in Australia, but her career took a turn for the better in 2012, when she won the T20 Women’s Cricketer of the Year award, and as of the next year, she became a holder of one of the 18 ECB central contracts for women players.
Her skills were continuously prominent, thus in 2014 she was named ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year, and in 2015 she was the first female player to be inducted into the Legends Lane at the Brighton and Hove County Cricket Ground, and was additionally the first woman to play in a men’s cricket team, as wicketkeeper for Northern Districts in a match against Port Adelaide at Salisbury Oval in Australia, steadily adding to her net worth.
However, in 2016, she had anxiety related issues, which naturally had an effect on her playing skills, and as a result of that she decided to take a break. Having recovered, Taylor resumed playing in April 2017, and was ultimately selected to participate in the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup. In the mentioned competition, Sarah, alongside Tammy Beaumont, set the record for the highest 2nd-wicket partnership in Women’s Cricket World Cup history; she scored 147, which was at the same time her best in ODIs. In the World Cup, she was part of the winning English team.
When it comes to her private life, Sarah shares information with her fans through social media such as Twitter and Instagram, and is followed by over 100,000 people on the former and 200,000 on latter. However, there is no public information on any romantic associations, so it’s assumed that Sarah is still single.
|Date Of Birth||May 20, 1989|
|Place Of Birth||Whitechapel, London, England|