Australian and New Zealand’s Women Cricketers Nicola Hancock and Hayley Jensen Get Married

Things have been changing so rapidly on the earth with the advancement in the technology as well as the changing mindset of the people. Gay marriage or same-sex marriage has become popular these days. Women are being attracted to the same gender and loving each other. As a result, they plan to tie a knot with each other and lead a happy life in society. Here is one such couple who tied a knot together from two different countries.

Cricket is the most popular and widely spread sport in different parts of the world. Two women cricket players from Australia and New Zealand have created a sensation by marrying each other out of love. Haley Jensen, the woman cricketer from New Zealand married Nicola Hancock who is an Australian cricketer in the previous week. Hayley is a star cricketer who had already played several matches on behalf of Melbourne Stars in the 1st two seasons of Women's Big Bash League.

Nicola is a player who represents the 'Team Green' in the T20 League of Australia. Recently, the duo made an official announcement regarding their marriage and posted the same from the wedding ceremony on Twitter. They captioned their post as 'From #TeamGreen, congratulations to Stars bowler Nicola Hancock who married her partner Hayley Jensen last weekend!'

Jensen is the most popular player and turned out to become the first women to score a century for Melbourne Cricket Club in the year 2015. Hancock is the 2nd leading wicket-taker who gained a decent reputation in her profession. In New Zealand, same-sex marriage has become legal from the year 2013. The New Zealand House of Representatives has passed a bill for legalization on same-sex marriage on 17th April 2013 and finally approved it. We wish a lifetime of love and happiness for the newly-wed couple.

by Mamatha Reddy | Sat, Apr 20 - 10:44 AM

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