Alyssa Healy has had a memorable season and now she has added a world document to her record of accolades after claiming the very best catch of a cricket ball.
The feat, launched to mark tickets occurring sale a yr out from the Ladies’s T20 World Cup in Australia, occurred on the MCG final month the place Healy caught a ball dropped by a drone from 80 meters – beating the earlier document of 62 metres set by Englishman Kristan Baumgartner in 2016. Former England captain Nasser Hussain as soon as held the document of 49 metres.
“After I did not get a hand on the primary observe after which the following one went straight by means of my gloves there was trigger for concern,” Healy mentioned. “You do not get the cue from the ball going up within the air off the bat and it was swinging quite a bit on the best way down as a result of it simply will get dropped.”
“As you possibly can inform within the video, it was pure elation to get it, I did not need everybody to return and never get the document so after I’d secured it within the gloves I carried on like a little bit of a pork chop, however overjoyed to interrupt the document.”
The 2020 T20 World Cup goals to set a brand new world document for the attendance at a girls’s sport occasion when the ultimate takes place on the MCG on March eight. The present world document is 90,185, set on the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup last 1999 in California.
Tickets for the match, together with the ultimate in Melbourne, can be found from AUD20 for adults and AUD5 for kids.