Who is Amelia Kerr and What Do We Have to Know About Her Husband?

Amelia Charlotte Kerr is one of New Zealand top cricketer who currently plays for Wellington and New Zealand. On 13 June 2018, Kerr made the highest individual score in a WODI match, and became the youngest cricketer, male or female, to score a double century in One Day International cricket, when she scored 232 not out against Ireland. The double century was also the third-highest individual score, male or female, in an ODI, second highest by a New Zealander and highest in a Women’s ODI. Later in the same match, she also took 5 wickets for 17 runs, her first five-wicket haul in WODIs.

Who is Amelia Kerr’s Husband?

Amelia Kerr seems to be single as it does not look like she is dating anyone, though she was once rumoured to be dating Reuben Love, with whom she had shared a picture as at that time. There is no information as to who she is currently dating, which makes us believe that she is single as at the moment.

Who Is Amelia Kerr And What Do We Have To Know About Her Husband
Amelia Kerr cricketing partner, Katey Martin


But, talking about partner, Katey Martin, is the former cricketing partner of Amelia Kerr for New Zealand before announcing her retirement in May this year, has made an incredible impact in this sport.

The pair had been an integral part of the recent success of Kiwi’s national women’s cricket team.

Martin, 37, is a former cricketer who played as a wicketkeeper and right-handed batter for New Zealand. Katey appeared in one Test match, 95 Twenty20 Internationals, and 103 One Day Internationals for her national team from 2003 to 2022. She played domestic cricket for Otago and Melbourne Stars.


Kerr’s mother Jo and father Robbie both played cricket at domestic level representing Wellington. Her elder sister Jess, who plays for Wellington was, in January 2020, named in New Zealand’s national cricket squad against South Africa women. Her grandfather, Bruce Murray, played Test cricket for New Zealand. Her cousin, Cilla Duncan, represented New Zealand (Football Ferns) at international football.

Jess is a teacher at Tawa Intermediate, of which each of the two sisters is an alumna, and Amelia became a teacher aide for autistic students.


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