Australian Same-sex Cricketers Tie Knot
The marriage, earlier planned in April, postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. They have used their Instagram accounts to reveal the wedding news.
Aussies Cricket has witnessed yet another same-gender marriage. The Australian national team members Delissa Kimmince and Lorra Harries were tied the knot on Sunday. The marriage, earlier planned in April, postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. They have used their Instagram accounts to reveal the wedding news.
Delissa adored the Australian jersey in 16 international matches for the women’s team. She scored 79 runs and took 14 wickets in her career span. Delissa also played 42 T20 matches for Australia and scored 162 runs and hauled 39 wickets.
They are the third same-sex couples in the women’s cricket world. The women’s cricket has witnessed the first lesbian couple in the year 2017. Amy Satterthwaite, the captain of the New Zealand women’s cricket team, had married Lea Tahuhu in that year and they have a baby now. South African cricketer Dane van Niekerk and her wife Marizanne Kapp became the first-ever married pair to bat together in an ICC tournament when they played the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in 2018.