Marie Kelly Anisha Patel

Amy Jones

13 June 1993 (Age 27)
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Amy is the international star from Warwickshire whilst also being a fantastic role model, having represented her country on over 80 occasions after making her international debut back in 2013 against Sri Lanka. The keeper-batter who replaced Sarah Taylor had big shoes to fill, but has settled in brilliantly into the England squad.

Born in Solihull and having started her cricket at Walmley C.C she made her way through the age group pathway at Warwickshire, having been part of the system since she was 13. It was soon clear she had incredible potential and began to be selected for England Development and Academy programmes throughout representing Warwickshire for their academy.

Amy feels very proud to have played over 100 games for Warwickshire, and she has never forgotten her roots and always comes back to the Bears when international duty allows.

Nevertheless, Warwickshire are always proud of her, being awarded a central contract with England in 2019, as well as travelling the World, both representing her country and to take part in T20 tournaments globally, including the Women’s Big Bash. She has been a part of the KSL since its creation in 2016, joining Loughborough Lightning and impressed in order to earn selection for the 2018 & 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup.