Georgia Wareham Husband, Age, Partner, Parents, Biography & More

Georgia Wareham Husband, Age, Partner, Parents, Biography & More


Full name Georgia Lee Wareham
Nicknames Wolfie
Profession Cricketer (She is a Bowler)
Famous for First spinner from Australia to reach 50 wickets in an international match before turning 23.
Physical Stats or More
Height (guess) – 165 centimeters
– 1.65 meters
– 5’5” feet & inches
Weight (guess) – 55 kilograms
– 120 pounds
Figure Measurements (guess) 34-28-33
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Light brown
International Debut ODI: October 18, 2018, Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur vs. Pakistan
Test: September 30, 2021, at Carrara Oval in Queensland versus India
T20: September 29, 2018, North Sydney Oval, Sydney, vs. New Zealand
Jersey Number • #35 (For Australia)

• #32 (For Melbourne Renegades)

• #32 (For Gujarat Giants Women)

Domestic/State Team • Victoria Under-15 Women; Victoria Under-18 Women; Melbourne Renegades Women; Australia Under-21 Women; Australia Governor General’s XI; Victoria Women; Australia Under-19 Women; Cricket Australia Women’s XI; Australian XI Women; Gujarat Giants Women
Batting Style Right-handed Batsman
Bowling Style Right-arm leg-break Bowler
Awards •In  2018: Betty Wilson Young Cricketer
• Young Citizen of the Year: Mortlake, 2018
2018: Season 3 of WBBL Young Gun (nominated)
• WBBL Young Gun (season 4) in 2019
Personal Life
Date of Birth May 26, 1999, A Wednesday
Age (as in 2023) 24 Years
Birthplace Australia’s Terang, Victoria
Zodiac sign Gemini
Nationality Australian

Hometown Mortlake, Victoria, In Australia
School • Australia’s St Colman’s Primary School in Mortlake
• South West TAFE, Australia’s Colac
• Mortlake, Australia’s Mortlake College P-12
College/University Adelaide, South Australia is home to the University of South Australia (UniSA).
Educational Qualifications • School-Based Education Support Certificate III
• Digital Media Bachelor’s degree
Hobbies Content creation, photography, and videography
Relationships and More
Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends She never says about
Parents Father– Wes-Wareham

Mother– Meg-Wareham

Siblings Brother– Jordan Wareham

Cricketer Shane Warne  (Bowler)
Basketball Player Michael Jordan
Money Factor
Salary (guess) She was signed by the Gujarat Giants for Rs. 75 lakhs in February 2023, during the first-ever WPL auction.


Some Un-Known Facts About Georgia Wareham

  • Georgia Wareham plays cricket for Australia. She has three victories in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. In the 2023 Women’s Premier League (WPL) season, Wareham was a member of the Gujarat Giants.
  • Wareham began playing cricket with her brother and went on to play for the boys’ district team. She was later chosen to play for the Victoria Under-12 Women’s team.
    Georgia Wareham (second from left, second row) in a picture with the boys’ squad
  • Wareham competed in the Women’s Australian Under-15 Championships in 2012 as a member of the Victoria Under-15 Women’s team. Between November 2012 and December 2012, she participated in seven matches in the 2012–2013 Women’s Australian Under-15 Championships, taking 11 wickets and scoring 10 runs.
  • Georgia participated in Australian rules football as a young player before turning pro. Sadly, she suffered a severe injury to her left anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during a football game when she was 14 years old, rupturing it. Her injured ACL was rebuilt using a synthetic ligament to help her heal. Sadly, in a tragic turn of events, the same leg sustained the second ACL injury on October 20, 2021, during a WBBL game.


    A brief excerpt from Georgia Wareham’s social media post
  • For the Women’s Australian Under-15 Championships in 2013–2014, the cricket player was selected for the Victoria Under-15 Women’s team. In the December 3, 2013 championship match, Georgia defeated the New South Wales Under-15 Women by a margin of three wickets.
  • She was elevated to the Victoria Under-18 Women’s squad in 2015, and she competed in the Australian Women’s Under-18 Championships in 2014–2015. She took two wickets and scored three runs in the Championship final on January 20, 2015, but the Victoria Under-18 Women’s team lost by 61 runs. In seven competition games, Wareham amassed 61 runs and claimed ten wickets.
    Georgia Wareham and her Victoria Women teammate in a picture
  • She mentioned that Shane Warne influenced her to be a leg spinner when discussing her bowling technique in an interview.
  • In 2015, the Melbourne Renegades Women made Wareham’s signing public before the WBBL’s inaugural season (2015–2016). Georgia was the youngest player in the Women’s Big Bash League for the 2015–2016 season, at sixteen years old.
    A brief excerpt from the post-Melbourne Renegades Women shared on social media
  • Between November 23, 2016, and November 29, 2016, she participated in the 2016–2017 Women’s Australian Under-18 Championships, amassing 142 runs and claiming ten wickets.
  • The cricket player made her WBBL debut on December 20, 2015, against the Brisbane Heat Women. She bowled one over at an economy of 10.00. This was her only appearance in the league’s first season.
  • The cricket player was selected for the Australia Under-21 Women’s team for the tour of Sri Lanka in March 2017 after performing with the Victoria Under-18 Women’s team. In the opening game of the ODI series on March 30, 2017, Wareham scored 19 runs and bowled six overs at an economy of 1.83 against the Sri Lanka A Women. Between March 30, 2017, and April 10, 2017, Wareham claimed three wickets in five matches.
    Georgia Wareham playing for the women’s under-21 Australian team
  • Subsequently, Georgia was signed by the Melbourne Renegades Women for the WBBL 2016–17 season. During her 14 games, Georgia scored 44 runs at an average of 14.66.
  • The cricket player signed with Victoria Women’s in 2017 in preparation for the WNCL (Women’s National Cricket League) season. On October 6, 2017, Wareham took on the Australian Capital Territory Women’s team in her WNCL debut, scoring five runs off of just four balls.
    Georgia Wareham (last) in a picture with her Victoria Women’s teammates
  • Wareham participated in six games for the Victoria Women during her rookie WNCL season, scoring 76 runs at an average of 15.20. She was also able to grab one wicket.
  • She was included in the Australia Governor General’s XI playing eleven on November 15, 2017, but England Women’s Nat Sciver-Brunt dismissed her for a duck.
  • She opened a cricket academy in 2017 at Mortlake P-12 College in Mortlake, Australia, for girls ages six to nine.
  • She participated in the 2017–18 WBBL season with the Melbourne Renegades Women in 2018. On January 28, 2018, Wareham faced the Perth Scorchers Women’s team and took three wickets in four overs at an economy of 4.75. She also scored five runs (not out) in two balls. During the 2017–18 WBBL season, the cricket player participated in 11 games and claimed 10 wickets at an economy of 6.34. Later, she was put forward by the panelists from Cricket Australia for the WBBL’s 2017–18 Young Gun Award.
    A picture of Melbourne Renegades Women teammates Georgia Wareham (third from right) enjoying a celebration
  • The cricket player participated in the Australia Under-19 Women’s tri-series against South Africa in April 2018. On April 20, 2018, she defeated the South Africa Emerging Players Women by taking four wickets and scoring ten runs. In the tri-series final on April 28, 2018, South Africa Emerging Players took on the Australia Under-19 Women’s team; she amassed 43 runs, claimed one wicket, and played a crucial role in Australia’s 21-run victory.
  • On September 21, 2018, the cricketer scored 21 runs and claimed three wickets in nine overs at an economy of 5.11. The team was playing against the Western Australia Women’s team.
  • Georgia was selected for the Australia Women’s team for the T20I series against New Zealand in September 2018. Against New Zealand on September 29, 2018, at North Sydney Oval in Sydney, the cricketer made her Twenty20 International debut as part of the New Zealand Women’s team tour of Australia. She bowled one over at an economy rate of 15.00 in her debut match and took her first wicket in international T20 cricket.
    Georgia Wareham, an Australian women’s team player
  • During the Australia Women’s tour of Malaysia, Georgia Wareham made her debut in a One-Day International (ODI) against Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur on October 18, 2018. She claimed two wickets during the game.
  • She took three wickets in just two overs in the T20I match against the Pakistan Women’s team on October 27, 2018, earning her the title of player of the match.
  • Later, Georgia gained a spot in the Australia Women’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which was held in the West Indies, thanks to her reliable performance in domestic matches.
    Georgia Wareham enjoying the 2018 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup with her teammates
  • Wareham made an impression in the final on November 24, 2018, when she took two wickets at a 3.66 economy rate against the England Women’s team. Australia triumphed, taking home the Cup with an eight-wicket margin. The cricket player finished the tournament with an average of 10.83 after taking six wickets in five games.
  • 2018 saw Wareham selected for the 2018–19 Women’s Basketball League season by the Melbourne Renegades. Against the Adelaide Strikers Women on December 8, 2018, the cricket player claimed two wickets in four overs at an economy rate of 5.00. On January 19, 2019, she took one wicket at a 5.75 economy rate in the semi-final match against the Sydney Sixers Women.
    Georgia Wareham, a Melbourne Renegades Women bowler
  • In the 2018–19 WBBL season, Georgia took 11 wickets at an economy of 5.90 from 15 innings and scored 21 runs at a strike rate of 91.30 from three innings. These events occurred between December 2, 2018, and January 19, 2019.
  • In four games between September 21, 2018, and February 3, 2019, Georgia, in her second season with the Victoria Women’s team, amassed 42 runs and claimed seven wickets.
  • In October 2019, she co-founded the Brown Wolf Media Instagram page with Australian cricket player Maitlan Brown.
  • Georgia was chosen to travel with the Australian women’s team to New Zealand for the Australia-New Zealand Women’s Tour in February 2019. She made 10 runs in the first game of the series on February 22, 2019, and she also claimed one wicket. Despite not being able to bat in the final two games, she maintained her strong bowling form, taking two wickets in each of those contests.
    Georgia Wareham and her teammate celebrate the wicket falling.
  • Georgia was selected to play for the Australian women’s team during their tour of England in July 2019. On July 28, 2019, she had a 5.50 economy rate while taking two wickets in four overs.
  • Georgia was selected for the Australia Women’s team for the England tour due to her steady performance on the home circuit. She joined the Australia Women’s team for their West Indies tour in August 2019 after the England tour. In the first game against the West Indies on September 5, 2019, she took two wickets in ten overs at an economy rate of 4.40. She had a productive spell during the series and took two wickets in each of the two ODI series matches that were left.
  • She later participated in the Australia Women’s team tour of the West Indies in September 2019. In the third Twenty20 International match of the series on September 18, 2019, Georgia claimed three wickets in four overs at an economy rate of 3.50.
  • The cricket player was selected for the Australia Women’s team for the 2019 Sri Lanka Women’s Tour of Australia in October. She amassed 19 runs and claimed one wicket in the series’ first game on October 5, 2019. Later, in the final two ODI series matches, she claimed four wickets.
    a picture of Australia Women’s team bowler Georgia Wareham
  • On November 1, 2019, Georgia scored two wickets at an economy of 13.00 from one over against the Perth Scorchers Women’s team. She bowled three overs at an economy rate of 11.0 and scored 22 runs from eight balls on December 7, 2019, but the Melbourne Renegades Women lost by four wickets. Between October 19, 2019, and December 7, 2019, Wareham participated in 15 matches during the 2019–2020 WBBL season, amassing 94 runs at an average of 18.80 and claiming seven wickets at an economy of 8.50.
  • Between September 22, 2019, and February 5, 2020, the cricket player played in four WNCL games; in those games, she amassed 59 runs and claimed five wickets.
  • Georgia was selected to play for Australia in the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which was held in Australia. The cricket player had the opportunity to shine on February 27, 2020, against the Bangladesh Women’s team, despite not being named in the starting eleven for the tournament’s first two games. She claimed three wickets in that particular match.
  • She went on to win Player of the Match against the New Zealand Women’s team on March 2, 2020, after taking three wickets. Throughout the next two games, she was not given the chance to bat or bowl. Australia won the trophy after defeating India by a commanding 85 runs in the tournament final.
    A picture of Australian women’s team player Georgia Wareham
  • Georgia participated in the 2020 New Zealand Women’s Tour of Australia as a member of the Australia Women’s T20I team. She took three wickets in four overs with an average of 6.50 in the second match of the series on September 27, 2020.
  • She didn’t get to bat in any of the Australia Women’s team’s first 13 Twenty20 International matches. She was, regrettably, dismissed without scoring any runs in the fourteenth game. She did not get a chance to bat in the next six matches either. She eventually scored runs in the seventh game, with Georgia scoring six. However, she was denied the opportunity to bat in the next six matches once more. Between September 29, 2018, and September 26, 2020, she batted for the Australia Women’s team in T20I matches just three times.
  • Georgia participated in a tour of New Zealand in October 2020 as a member of the Australian women’s ODI cricket team. On October 3, 2020, during the first game, Wareham won Player of the Match after taking two wickets in ten overs at an economy rate of 2.30.
  • Before the 2020–2021 WBBL season, Georgia was selected for the Melbourne Renegades Women’s team in 2020. On November 1, 2021, against the Sydney Sixers Women, Wareham recorded her highest-ever WBBL score of 54 runs (not out) from 27 balls with a strike rate of 200.00, taking two wickets in three overs. In six matches during the 2020–2021 WBBL season, Wareham amassed 95 runs at an average of 46.33 and claimed three wickets at an economy of 7.60. These matches took place between October 25, 2020, and November 8, 2020.
    A picture of Melbourne Renegades Women’s player Georgia Wareham
  • Wareham’s contract with Victoria Women was extended in January 2021, and she played for them in the 2020–2021 WNCL season. In the first group stage match on February 10, 2021, she had an outstanding performance against the New South Wales (NSW) Women; at an economy rate of 5.00, the cricketer claimed three wickets in eight overs. On February 12, 2023, Georgia claimed two wickets at an economy rate of 3.40 from ten overs against the NSW Women.
  • Wareham performed admirably all around on February 21, 2021, during the WNCL game against the Australian Capital Territory Women’s team. With an economy rate of 4.87, she took two wickets while scoring 67 runs off 68 balls. On March 5, 2021, in the last game of the 2020–2021 WNCL, she faced Queensland Fire and ended up not out with a six-run total. In ten overs, she took four wickets at a 4.60 economy rate. Her performance was crucial to Victoria’s six-wicket win.
  • Georgia won the WNCL championship in 2020–2021 with a strong showing. She scored 75 runs overall with an average of 25.00 from six games. She also demonstrated her bowling abilities by taking 13 wickets at a consistent economy rate of 4.69. The second-highest wicket-taker of the season was Wareham.
    Georgia Wareham, Victoria Women’s bowler
  • The cricket player joined the Australia Women’s team for a tour of New Zealand in April 2021. Wareham made 29 runs and claimed four wickets in three matches during the tour. Georgia was chosen to play in the September 2021 One Day International (ODI) series between the Australia Women’s team and the India Women’s team in Australia. She only participated in two matches during the series, though, as her play was below par.
  • The cricket player was selected for the Australia Women’s team for the India Women’s tour of Australia in September 2021. Georgia Wareham made her Test debut for Australia on September 30, 2021, against India at Carrara Stadium in Queensland, Australia. She bowled eight overs at a 3.50 economy rate and scored two runs. In the second innings of the Test, Georgia got rid of Shafali Verma and claimed her first wicket; the result was a draw.
    Georgia Wareham and her partner, on the right
  • In October 2021, ahead of the 2021–2022 WBBL season, Wareham extended her three-year contract with the Melbourne Renegades Women. On October 16, 2021, against the Hobart Hurricanes Women, Georgia was named player of the match; the cricketer took two catches and claimed three wickets at an economy of 3.25.
  • She injured her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee during the match and missed the remainder of the WBBL season. She was out for nearly 15 months and missed the 2021–2022 WNCL and 2022–2023 WBBL seasons. On October 20, 2021, she scored 13 runs from ten balls and bowled three overs at an economy of 4.33 against the Adelaide Strikers Women.
  • Wareham was selected to play in the WNCL group stage match against the New South Wales Women’s team on January 5, 2023. After suffering an injury on October 21, 2021, Georgia made her first appearance; she contributed by hitting 17 runs off of 12 balls and bowling six overs at a 6.50 economy rate.
  • On January 17, 2023, Georgia, continuing her outstanding form, amassed 32 runs from 59 balls and claimed four wickets at an economy rate of 4.65 against the Queensland Fire. In the WNCL, she reached a personal best on January 19, 2023. With an undefeated 67 runs from 88 balls against the Queensland Fire, the cricket player achieved her highest-ever score in the Women’s National Cricket League. She took a wicket as well.
  • Georgia took part in the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which was hosted in South Africa as a member of the Australia Women’s team. On February 14, 2023, Wareham defeated the Bangladesh Women’s team with an incredible three-wicket haul in four overs, earning Player of the Match honors.
  • In the tournament final on February 26, 2023, Shabnim Ismail dismissed Georgia with no runs scored after she bowled two costly overs at an economy of 10.50. Still, Australia won the match and took home the coveted trophy after defeating South Africa by 19 runs in the final.
    With her teammates from the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, Georgia Wareham
  • Between February 14 and February 26, 2023, the cricketer participated in five matches in the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, taking six wickets.
  • The cricketer participated in four WNCL games in the 2022–2023 season, which ran from January 5, 2023, to February 19, 2023. She claimed seven wickets at a 5.45 economy rate and scored 116 runs at an average of 116.00.
  • Gujarat Giants signed Georgia before the Women’s Premier League (WPL) began play in February 2023.
    Georgia Wareham with teammates from the Gujarat Giants
  • On March 4, 2023, Georgia made her debut in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2022–2023 season against the Mumbai Indians Women. She got Nat Sciver-Brunt for eight runs and also claimed his wicket. Georgia scored 22 runs from 25 balls on March 11, 2023, against the Delhi Capitals Women. This was her final game in the WPL for the 2022–2023 season.
  • Cricket Australia listed Georgia Wareham as one of the centrally contracted players for the 2023–2024 season in April 2023.
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