England cricketers Katherine Brunt and Nat Sciver have tied the knot with each other, the ‘home of cricket’ that was the harbinger of England’s historic Women’s World Cup win in the 2017 edition at Lord’s, May 29 (Sunday) got married to.
The Revealed this news on his Instagram story:-
Cricketer-turned-broadcaster Issa Guha revealed the news on her Instagram story. After being in a relationship for about five years, both of them have tied the knot.
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Meanwhile, Sciver and Brunt also became another cricket pair after New Zealand’s Amy Satterthwaite and Lee Tahuhu and South Africa’s Marijne Cup and Dane van Niekerk, etc. became involved in same-sex marriage.
The two got engaged in October 2019. Nat Sciver and Katherine Brunt have both been key members of the England team over the years.
The couple’s wedding was officially scheduling for September 2020 but then had to be postponing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple had decided to get engaging on 2018 New Year’s Eve and are now happily marrying after four years.
The Represented England in World Cup 2022:-
Katherine and Sciver represented England at the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 held in New Zealand earlier this year.
The defending champions suffered a setback as they lost their first three games before regrouping themselves and have made it to the finals with consecutive wins since then.
Her title defense ended abruptly:-
However, their title defense came to an abrupt end as they lost to Meg Lanning’s Australia who was also the undefeated side of the tournament. England may have stumbled at the final hurdle.
But now the focus will be on next year’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup which is to be playing in South Africa.
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They are one of the best modern teams in the shortest format and will be looking to cover the distance. And win the title for the second time after winning the inaugural edition in 2009.