Kate Cross, T-20, New Records, Net Worth, Family, Career, BF, Bio & More

  Kate Cross Bio & More

Katherine Laura Cross is an English cricketer. Katherine also co-hosts a podcast with Alex Hartley called “No Balls: The Cricket Podcast”. Katherine Born was born on 3 October 1991.

Another name for the cross is “crossy”. His father David Cross was a footballer at several other clubs, including Rochdale, Coventry City, West Bromwich Albion, West Ham United, where he won the FA Cup in 1981, and Manchester City before moving to the Vancouver White Caps. His mother, Christine, is a lawyer who specializes in matrimonial law. His brother, Robert, is a lawyer who was also the general manager of Lancashire Thunder and president of the Lancashire County Cricket Club Federation. His sister Jenny also worked for Lancashire Thunder as a physiotherapist. Cross achieved a 3-1 in her degree in psychology from the University of Leeds in 2014.

A cross right-arm medium fast bowler and right-handed batsman, she was the first woman to be inducted into Lancashire’s cricket academy in 2005. Won the Eversheds Most Promising Young Cricketer award in September 2008. He started his war for England. Under-21 team in 2008. In October 2014, he was called up to the senior England squad for the West Indies tour. He made his T20 debut against West Indies and also made his ODI International debut against West Indies in November 2014.

In his second game of the series (the first match was washed out due to rain), he took 4 for 53 against the West Indies, a performance that also earned him the Player of the Match award. England won the last two matches of the four-match series and became the first team to win a series against the West Indies in the Caribbean.

In January 2009 she was called up to join the 2011/11 England Women tour to Australia following injuries to Beth Morgan and Claire Taylor.

In January 2015, she was selected for the Women’s Ashes tour of Australia, during which she played 5 matches of the 8-match series. In his first Test match at the WACA in Perth, Cross took 7 for 76 from 31 overs, which England won by 62 runs; Took 4 wickets for 34 runs in both Australian innings. England won the series and retained the Ashes by a margin of 11 points to 9.


Full NameKate Cross
Nick NameCrossy
ProfessionCricketer, Batter


Date of Birth3 October 1991
 Age ( as in 2023)32 years
Birth placeManchester, United Kingdom
residenceManchester, United Kingdom
Zodiac signSagittarius
BowlingRight-arm medium-fast
SchoolBury Grammar School in 2010
College/ UniversityN/A
Educational qualificationGraduated


Height5’ “7”(170cm)
Weight (approx.)70 kgs.
Body Measurements (approx.)38-28-34
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorHazel Blue


Kate Cross’S AFFAIRS

Marital StatusUnmarried
Husband/BfNot Known


FatherDavid Cross
SisterRobert (general manager of Lancashire Thunder and Chairman of the Lancashire County Cricket Club Federation.)
BrotherJenny (worked for Lancashire Thunder as a physiotherapist.)


Favourite FoodHealthy food, Domestic Food
Favourite ActorTom Hardy, Chris Hemsworth
Favourite ActressEmma Thompson, Michael Caine
Favourite colorYellow and Grey
Favourite FilmAny Body Can Dance, Titanic.
Favourite Sports PersonStuart Broad
Favourite singerTammy Beaumont
Favourite AttireJeans Shirts, Kurta Pajama
Favourite Destination Thailand & Maldiv


HobbiesTravelling and Reading Book
Net Worth$3.2 Million Doller


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Facebook IDClick to follow


Kate Cross, T-20, New Records, Net Worth, Family, Career, BF, Bio & More

Unknown Fact About Kate Cross

  • She was one of 19 women to be awarded the first professional contract by the ECB in April 2015.
  • Cross became the first woman to play in the Central Lancashire League in April 2016, scoring 4–19 in a game for Heywood while playing for Clifton.
  • Later in the season, playing for Heywood, he took 8–49 against Unsworth.
  • She was signed by the Brisbane Heat in July 2016 as one of their two overseas players for the inaugural Women’s Big Bash.
  • She was named in the Perth Scorchers squad for the 2017–20 Women’s Big Bash League season in November.
  • She was awarded a full central contract for 2018 by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in February 2018.
  • In June 2019, the ECB named her in England’s squad for their opening match against Australia to participate in the Women’s Ashes.
  • In January 2020, she was named in England’s squad for the 2021 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
  • On 18 June 2021, Cross was named in a squad of 24 players to begin training ahead of international women’s competitions resuming in England following the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom.
  • In December 2021, Cross was announced as one of the commentators joining talk Sport’s commentary for England men’s second ODI against South Africa. The series was canceled even before the matches started due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Cross was In January 2023 announced as part of the squad that traveled to New Zealand for 4 ODIs and 3 T20Is.
  • Cross was named in England’s Test squad for the one-off match against India in June 2022.
  • In July 2021, Cross made his debut for Manchester Originals as captain of the Hundred team. During the defeat, he created history by hitting the first six in hundred ball cricket.
  • She was the leading wicket-taker for Manchester Originals with 13 wickets.
  • Cross was named in England’s squad to tour Australia to contest the Women’s Ashes, in December 2002.
  • In February 2022, she was named in England’s squad for the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.
  • She was awarded the ESPNCricinfo Women’s Bowling Performance Award for 2021 for her 5/36 taken against India in February 2023.
  • She was bought by Manchester Originals in April 2023 for the 2022 season of The Hundred.
  • She was named in England’s squad for the cricket tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England in July 2023.

Kate Cross, T-20, New Records, Net Worth, Family, Career, BF, Bio & More

People Also Ask About Kate Cross

1. What happened to Kate Cross?
ANS:- England bowler Kate Cross is disappointed with her ongoing battle with the tropical disease. ‘It’s relentless’ England bowler Kate Cross has admitted that successive setbacks in her ongoing battle against a tropical disease have taken a toll on her mental health.

2. Where was Kate Cross born?
ANS:- Manchester, United Kingdom.

3. What school did Kate Cross go to?
ANS:- Fast bowler Kate Cross, who became the first female cricketer to join the Lancashire Academy in 2007, waited so long to make her England debut that she considered quitting cricket.

4. Who is Kate Cross’s father?
ANS:- His father is David Cross, who was a footballer. Who won the FA Cup with West Ham in 1981. Despite David’s famous football career, both Kate and her brother played cricket in Lancashire.

Kate Cross, T-20, New Records, Net Worth, Family, Career, BF, Bio & More

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