Melinda Farrell (ESPN cricket) Wiki Bio and Age
Melinda Farrell was born on 24 January 1985, in Orange, New South Wales, Australia, which means that her zodiac sign is Aquarius, she is 34 years-old and nationality Australian. She is best known as a journalist and in that field she has worked for ESPN Cricinfo.
— Melinda Farrell (@melindafarrell) May 30, 2019
Ethnicity and Background
She is Caucasian and has blue eyes and blonde hair. She was a student of the James Sheahan High School, and having matriculated she enrolled into the University of Canberra, where she acquired her Bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Some of Farrell’s latest posts on Twitter include a tweet in which she wrote “This is probably going to be my favourite story of the day. Week. Month. Shahid Afridi never fails to entertain”, commenting an article about Shahid Afridi revealing his real age in his autobiography. Besides that, she posted a tweet reading “Hales dropped from World Cup after drugs ban – via ESPNCricinfo app.”.
Farrell Instagram is followed by 6,500 people. Some recent posts was “One of my favourite travel memories. Being lost on a random island off the coast of Ireland and deciding the only way to cope was to stage a brutal seaweed fight.” In March 2019, she shared a couple of selfies and added “We are so lucky to live near the natural treasure that is the Blue Mountains. Always blows my mind that one of my Irish forebears crossed them on foot because there was only enough money to send his parents and sister by horse-drawn coach.”
Relationship Status. Is She Married?
Melinda prefers keeping the majority of the information regarding her private life exactly that, including her relationship status. She remains secretive about that, which led many to believe that she might be single as of today, although she was rumored to be dating Jesse Hogan.
Prior to rising to fame, Farrell worked as a consultant at MC and reported on numerous occasions, such as Wallabies VS Lions in 2013. In addition, she was an on-field MC at ANZ Stadium. Subsequently, she went on to collaborate with McGrath Foundation Fundraising Events and Living Sidney. Besides that, she served on Sportsfan.com.au and ABC News 24 games moderator, and worked as a host for ABC, ESPNcricinfo, The Wisden Cricketers’ Almanac, Fox Sports and The Times. Some of her other prominent projects include Sky Sports, based in the UK, and Asian Games. In October 2014, she began working for ESPNcricinfo, and since then, she has been their main moderator, including responsible for covering cricket.
As the result of her hard work, she was rewarded with the Australian Sports Commission Awards three times, and also received the Soul of Cricket award. Overall, being a hardworking woman has paid-off for Farrell, as she gained more exposure and attention among the media, which has allowed her to make a name for herself.
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