Rene Farrell

Cricket Player

Rene Farrell was born in Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia on January 13th, 1987 and is the Cricket Player. At the age of 37, Rene Farrell biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 13, 1987
Place of Birth
Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia
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Rene Farrell Life

Rene Farrell (born 13 January 1987) is an Australian cricketer.

She is a current member of the Australian team and is a fast-medium pace bowler. Despite being successful in age-group interstate cricket, Farrell did not make her senior debut for New South Wales until late in the 2006–07 season, a month before turning 20.

In the first match, her state advanced to the finals, and she took 3/27 and was unbeaten on one, the closest possible result in a winning run-chase.

Farrell was then selected for the national team to face New Zealand in the Rose Bowl series after only five matches—half of a season of senior domestic cricket.

Farrell, who made her debut in the fourth of five matches, took 3/36 to help Australia win the series.

However, her rapid rise came to a halt in the 2007–08 season.

She took just eight wickets in the WNCL season and was dropped from the national team, missing three bilateral series for Australia before the following summer.

Farrell retired to Western Australia, where she also made 172 runs at a batting average of 34.40, a figure comparable to those of specialist batsmen, earning her a recall to the Australian team.

In her first match back and playing in six of Australia's seven matches at the 2009 World Cup, she took 3/26 against New Zealand on her first match back and played in six of Australia's seven matches, totaling seven wickets.

Farrell was in all of Australia's four matches before taking five wickets in three Twenty20 matches against New Zealand before departing for the 2009 Twenty20 in England, despite having only one wicket at an economy rate of 8.92.

Farrell made her Test debut during the series that followed against the hosts, taking a total of 3/36 wickets, but only one wicket in five ODIs.

She stayed in England for a brief period of time with Nottinghamshire and came to a conclusion with 413 runs at 59.00.

She was back in Australia for the 2009–2010 season, scoring 171 runs and taking 18 wickets, including her first five-wicket haul.

After taking one wicket in each of the five ODIs in Australia, Farrell was suspended for three fixtures in New Zealand.


Rene Farrell Career

Early career

Farrell was selected for New South Wales to compete in the Under-17 interstate championships in March 2002. She took six wickets at a bowling average of 16.66 and had a batting average of 26.00. New South Wales won every match up until the final, when they collapsed for 60 to lose to Queensland. Farrell was selected for the Under-19 team in January 2003 and played in five matches. In a 123-run victory over Tasmania, her best result was to score 49 and take 4/14. She took just one more wicket at 19.00 before announcing 103 runs at 25.75. Farrell returned from three overs in the first game after dismissing them for 24 runs. She then took 4/19 against Western Australia, ending with 11 wickets at 9.54 and scoring 62 runs at 31.01.