One of the most significant and lavish events in everyone’s life is their wedding. Athletes are not exempt from having the bliss of a wedding; everyone does. Australian pacer Sean Abbott is the most recent in line.
Sean Abbott, the Australian cricketer, recently celebrated the big day with friends and family. On June 29, Wednesday, the 30-year-old got married to his girlfriend Brier Neil. The athlete for all-purposes posted a lovely video that had snippets of the occasion, the ceremony, and the festivities.
The New South Wales-based fast bowling all-rounder posted images and a brief video of the event. He also shared candid images of the couple partying with guests and signing marriage papers. He referred to the eventful day as a moment he would never in his life forget.
The recently married pair were openly seen celebrating the wedding. Together with their little one and the others, they celebrated the occasion outside amidst the rich vegetation.
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Sean Abbott Has Tied the Knot with His Best Friend Brier Neil
“Married the love of my life yesterday! My best friend @brier_abbott ❤️ A special day celebrated with our amazing friends and family ?,” Abbott wrote on Instagram.
“A special day in our #Riser’s life. Congratulations, Sean!,” the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Abbott’s Indian Premier League (IPL) team also tweeted to congratulate the player.
The 30-year-old right-arm pacer was bought for 2.4 cr INR in the IPL 2022 mega auction. Nevertheless, SRH had a season to forget with just 12 points off 14 games. Moreover, they finished 8th in the league table with more losses than wins in the league. Abbott, meanwhile, managed to play just 1 game, taking a wicket and conceding 47 runs in 4 overs.
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In a match against Pakistan in Dubai in October 2014, Abbott made his Australian debut. He has played in five ODI games and has amassed three wickets and scored 98 runs. In contrast, he has five wickets and 17 runs in eight T20Is.
Five years later, he made his return to the international stage in a T20I match against Pakistan in 2019. Additionally, he last represented Australia in April during the tour of Pakistan.
On April 5 in Lahore, Abbott’s final T20I match, he was one of the Australian bowling choices. His final stats were one wicket for 28 runs in four overs. Australia eventually won that match, chasing a score of 163, with three wickets and five balls remaining. On the tour, he did, however, have a routine ODI series. He only took one wicket in three games, giving up 125 runs at an economy rate of 6.57.