Danielle Wyatt Gets Engaged With Her Partner Georgie Hodge, Posts Photo on Social Media.
Last Updated: March 02, 2023, 21:54 IST
Danielle Wyatt Gets Engages With her Partner Georgie Hodge (Twitter/@Danni_Wyatt)
Danielle Wyatt posted a picture on Instagram and captioned the post, “Mine forever.”
England batter Danielle Wyatt got engaged with her partner Georgie Hodge as she posted a photo on Instagram flaunting the ring. Hodge is the head of women’s football at CAA Base and an FA-licensed agent in London, which is mentioned on her Instagram bio.
Wyatt posted a picture on Instagram and captioned the post, “Mine forever.”
Several international cricketers including cricketers Harleen Deol, Alexandra Hartley, Sarah Taylor, Pooja Vastrakar and Alana King dropped congratulatory messages for the couple on the Instagram post.
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Recently, Wyatt was disappointed after missing out on getting a team in the inaugural season of Women’s Premier League. The English batter didn’t attract any bids at the auction.
The 31-year-old has bags of experience, playing in 143 T20I matches, and has amassed a tally of 2369 runs with an average of 21.53 and a strike rate of 125.21 which includes a couple of century.
However, each WPL franchise was only allowed to pick six overseas players, thus many big names went unsold in the auction, like Alana King, Laura Wolvaardt and Wyatt herself.
Taking to Twitter after the conclusion of WPL Auction, the English cricketer revealed that she desperately wanted to be a part of WPL, and that ‘India is a wonderful place’ to play cricket.
“Dreamt of playing in the WPL. Heartbroken. Congrats to all who got picked up. India is a wonderful place to play cricket,” she wrote on Twitter.
“I mean, it was a very heart-breaking couple of days”
“I was very disappointed, obviously, having been a part of the IPL Exhibition matches and I love playing cricket in India. It’s one of the best places to play cricket. So, to not even have one bid was pretty heart-breaking. But that’s life. And my focus is purely on this World Cup now and, yeah, the sun still comes up the next day, doesn’t it?” Wyatt said in a press conference on the eve of the Women’s T20 World Cup semi-final between England and South Africa.
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