After a Women’s Big Bash League match between Adelaide Strikers Women versus Melbourne Renegades Women, Amanda Jade-Wellington pleasantly surprised when her boyfriend proposed marriage to her on the cricket field.
Amanda wellington had no idea about this. His boyfriend suddenly came to the ground when Adelaide Strikers Women’s were doing a group Photoshop. His boyfriend came and said, “Will you marry me?”
In that video, Amanda was seen saying “yes” as her teammates egged the couple on in the background.
“When I saw him on the field, I just thought, ‘get off, we’re trying to take a team photo’. I had no idea what was really happening, but I’m so happy… I’m still shaking,” Amanda was quoted as saying by The Advertiser
Here the Video of Amanda wellington
So, this just happened!!! 😃
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Adelaide Strikers won their first match of WBBL 2019
Talking about the match, in this match, Adelaide Strikers Women won the toss and invited Melbourne Renegades women to bat first. Melbourne Renegades women scored 117 runs with the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs and Strikers chased down the target with six wickets spare.
“They’ve done such a good job in the past four or five years of growing the game, not just with the Australian side but domestically,” Suzie Bates told cricket.com.au.
“Being immersed in the Big Bash, and playing a bit of WNCL, I think there’s a real potential that (Australia are) going to get further and further ahead; it’s not just the current Australian squad but the younger players coming through creating competition for spots.
“Currently they have a very strong side, and I only think that’s going to continue. That’s just going to ask other teams and other national cricket boards to keep stepping up and keep investing in their international sides, but I think what Australia has done so well is invest domestically, which gives you that depth and competition.”