Cricketcountry.com (India) – Perry has been a NSW regular since 2007; she will move to Melbourne at the end of the 2018-19 season with her husband Matt Toomua, a rugby player who has signed on to play for the Melbourne Rebels
Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry has decided to shift base from her present team New South Wales to play state cricket for Victoria next year onwards.

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  • Perry has been a NSW regular since 2007; she will move to Melbourne at the end of the 2018-19 season with her husband Matt Toomua, a rugby player who has signed on to play for the Melbourne RebelsAustralia all-rounder Ellyse Perry has decided to shift base from her present team New South Wales to play state cricket for Victoria next year onwards.
  • Perry has been a NSW regular since 2007; she will move to Melbourne at the end of the 2018-19 season with her husband Matt Toomua, a rugby player who has signed on to play for the Melbourne Rebels .
  • The opportunity to play at NSW for the last decade or so has been an absolute honour, Perry told The Age.
  • It is definitely sad but, at the same time, having played for a fairly long period now, it’s kind of invigorating to have a new opportunity and experience in a different state, the 27-year old all-rounder added.
  • Perry had decided to take a lay off from this season’s Kia Super League in England to spend some time with family ahead of a packed international schedule wherein Australia are bound to play a three-match T20I series against New Zealand and a series against Pakistan in the UAE before heading to the Caribbean in November for the World T20.

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