Australian cricket superstar Ellyse Perry (5.10.21)
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Australian cricket superstar Ellyse Perry chats to Sam Hargreaves following the women's cricket team's drawn one-off Test against India, as all eyes turn to their upcoming three-match T20 Internationals.
An unstoppable Australian sportswoman who has represented her country in both cricket and football - the inspirational, pioneering and incredibly down to earth Ellyse Perry joins Alex on our ‘This is a Token’ podcast for a chat about her most meaningful pieces of jewellery. From early undefined memories of a Polly Pocket charm bracelet to her treasured Alex Monroe Peacock Feather necklace which her wonderful and supportive mum gifted her on her 18th birthday! Listen in as Alex and Ellyse have a fascinating conversation about the joys of being able to ‘play’ rather than ‘work’ for a living, her passion for encouraging girls to stay engaged in sports as they grow up, and how the fleeting moments of ‘flow’ when she is performing at her best, are what life is all about! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ellyse Perry needs little in the ways of introduction. A multi-sport athlete who evolved into one of the most dominant cricketers of all time, Perry is a multiple-time Belinda Clark Award winner, swept the ICC’s Awards for the best players of the 2010s back in 2020, and was also named amongst Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Decade. The 2020s, however, got off to a bittersweet start for Perry. A key figure in the promotion of the 2020 World Cup in Australia, she suffered a torn hamstring against New Zealand during that tournament. After a few false starts, she made her domestic return for the Sydney Sixers during the 2020 WBBL and an eagerly anticipated international return against New Zealand in March of this year. Now, despite the COVID and international travel restrictions doing their best to scupper the tour, Perry has been named in the Australian squad to face India in a multi-format series set to commence with a one-day match at the Great Barrier Reef Arena in Mackay on September 21. In conversation with ESPNcricinfo’s Andrew McGlashan, Perry spoke on the coming tournament, a jam-packed upcoming schedule that features a WBBL season, an Ashes, One-Day World Cup and then a Commonwealth Games, the growth of the women’s game and much more.
Ep. 26 Ellyse Perry - 'Do What You Love and Do It Well'
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Ellyse plays in the Australian Women’s Cricket Team and is currently the top-ranked Women’s Cricket all-rounder… in the world. Ellyse has received a number of accolated including being named ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year in 2017 and 2019 and three times winning Australia’s prestigious Women’s International Cricketer of the Year award in 2016, 2018, and 2020.In this podcast we talk about Ellyse’s childhood and her aversion to playing individual sports, the ups and downs of chasing perfection, prepping and recovering from games, listening to the body and following intuition, balancing the strategy with the artform of playing sport, and much more.
Australia cricket all-rounder Ellyse Perry talks to Charlie about her journey and mindset in sport. Ellyse - who's regarded as the best cricketer of her generation - opens up about her mentality, and her view on team culture. She also talks about what keeps her balanced and grounded...such as having a practise net with her Dad!
Ellyse Perry // The humble hero who'll knock you for six
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If you’re a cricket fan, you’ll certainly appreciate how incredible today’s guest is but even if you’re not I have no doubt that you’ll understand how remarkably well adjusted, humble and untainted Ellyse Perry is for someone who has been an elite international athlete since the tender age of 16 when she made her debut into the Australian team. Whether you understand the sport or not, we all know that elite athletes in any field face incredible pressures and expectations as well as the ups and downs that fame and fortune can bring but I’m still taken aback by how level headed Ellyse has remained and how endearing her views on winning, being a role model and the importance of friends and family truly are.There are too many accolades to list but to give you some background, Ellyse became the youngest-ever Australian Test Cricketer debuting at the age of 17 and has amassed incredible statistics since mastering both the batting and bowling disciplines. Not only that, she played for Australia in BOTH Cricket AND Soccer until the growth of hers and the profile of both sports allowed athletes to go full-time and required her to choose one or the other and she has continued to absolutely flourish becoming a leading figure for the rising female presence in Aussie sporting culture. Despite her great success, she has such a refreshing attitude towards winning and competition AND I loved hearing that her closest friends know absolutely nothing about cricket keeping her feet firmly on the ground. I hope you enjoy getting ot know this Aussie legend as much as I did.+ Follow Ellyse here+ Announcements on Insta at @spoonful_of_sarah+ Join our Facebook community here+ Subscribe to not miss out on the next instalment of YAY!>>> LISTEN TO THE LATEST EPISODE OF BEAUTY IQ UNCENSORED <<<
Today we are joined by the one and only Ellyse Perry. Ellyse is an Australian Cricketer, and through her spectacular sporting career has become the face of women's sport in Australia. In this conversation Ellyse is refreshingly open about the pressures that come with being in the spotlight, how she feels about being such a big role model for young women, and how she finds motivation each day. Ellyse is so incredibly humble, and has such a big heart and we hope you feel as much joy in listening as we had recording this.KIC SPECIAL SHARES: Steph: Social Dilemma on Netflix Laura: 'Away' on Netflix To find out more about Clinique head to www.clinique.com.au or @cliniqueaustralia on Instagram.
Is Ellyse Perry taller than David Warner? Of course she is. But we break down every other way of comparing the two in our quiz. Who has the longer name? Who has the better Test average? Who has bowled more to Sachin? All is revealed. Plus, The Hundred is sentient!