Sarah Taylor: On Wednesday, very good news has come out from the cricket world. Former England women’s cricketer Sarah Taylor shared the good news of becoming a mother on social media. He shared via Twitter that he would be giving birth to a baby boy at 19 weeks with his partner, Diana. Many fans and former cricketers congratulated him for this good news.
Married in the year 2019(Sarah Taylor)
Significantly, in the year 2019, former England women’s cricketer Sarah Taylor married her female partner Diana. He received many congratulations from the cricket world on his marriage. Now after becoming a mother after four years, once again she is getting the same amount of love from the cricket world and many congratulations are pouring in.
Sharing the joy of becoming a mother, Sarah Taylor wrote on Twitter,
Being a mother has always been my partner’s dream. The journey hasn’t been an easy one but Diana has never given up. I know she will be the best mum and I’m so happy to be a part of it x
19 weeks to go and life will be very different ! 🤍🌈 pic.twitter.com/9bvwK1Yf1e
— Sarah Taylor (@Sarah_Taylor30) February 21, 2023
“Becoming a mother has always been my partner’s dream. The journey was not easy, but Diana never gave up. I know she will make the best mother and I am so happy to be a part of it. Our lives will be very different after 19 weeks.”
Veteran cricketer Adam Gilchrist also commented on Sarah’s post and congratulated her. Apart from him, former New Zealand cricketer Danny Morrison also commented calling it magical.
Glorious Cricket Career
Sarah Taylor is widely regarded as one of England’s greatest female cricketers. He said goodbye to international cricket in the year 2019. Born in London, England, Sarah Taylor has been part of the World Champion team three times. ODI in 2009 and 2017, Sarah was also included in the T20 World Cup winning England team in 2009.
He has represented England in a total of 226 matches across all three formats. She has also registered a record of the maximum of 232 dismissals as a female wicket-keeper.
She retired as England’s third-highest run-scorer in ODIs. He scored 4,056 runs in 126 matches at an average of 38.26, including 20 half-centuries and seven centuries.
At the same time, Taylor is England’s second-highest run-scorer in T20 Internationals. He scored 2,177 runs in 90 matches at an average of 29.02, including 16 half-centuries. Apart from this, he also scored 300 runs while playing 10 Test matches.