Alyssa Healy sets the dugout on fire with her hilarious dance moves
During the recent match against the Sri Lankan women, Healy was sitting in the dugout and having some fun with her pals in the team.
Updated - Oct 5, 2019 6:37 pm
Australia’s wicketkeeper-batswoman Alyssa Healy has done brilliantly well with the bat in the ongoing limited-overs series against Sri Lanka women at home. Healy, who has become the star batter for the Southern Stars, recently was at the pinnacle of T20 record books thanks to her amazing innings in the third 20-over international.
Healy, who is the niece of former Australia wicketkeeper Ian Healy and Mitchell Starc’s better half, has created a niche for herself in women’s cricket, not only with her batting skills but with superior keeping abilities as well. She is rated high with the gloves behind the stumps and with England’s Sarah Taylor calling time on her career, Healy is probably the best in the world now. However, those two things are not the only ones she is good at apparently.
Healy’s antics and dance moves leave teammates in splits
During the recent match against the Sri Lankan women, Healy was sitting in the dugout and having some fun with her pals in the team. She danced freely and tried to attempt a handstand as well, leaving her teammates in splits. Later she moved into the commentary box and explained her antics with amazing humor.
Talking to Isa Guha in the comm box, Healy talked about how her dance moves led to her abandoning clubbing altogether. As an 18-year-old, Healy had a habit of going out clubbing and spoke about an instance where someone kicked a drink out of her hand. As it turns out, it was the last time Healy ever went to a club.
Here is the hilarious video of Healy dancing and doing handstand:
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Meanwhile, the right-hander made history as she smashed 148* in the third WT20I between Australia and Sri Lanka. This proved to be the highest score in the format by any batswoman, leaving her captain Meg Lanning behind and helped Australia posted a mammoth total of 226/2. She hit a six to break the world record of Lanning’s 133, which was made against England about two months ago.
Having made her debut in 2010, Healy has 1809 runs in 101 T20Is and 1457 runs in 71 ODIs with three centuries in all. She has 70 victims in ODIs and 77 in WT20Is behind the stumps.