Nicole Bolton Husband: Is She Married To?

Nicole Bolton has shared no information on the topic of her husband. Moreover, we are not sure if she is married or not.

She has kept most of her details to herself, so we are unsure of her current or past relationships.

Nicole, a former Australia batter, has announced her retirement from state cricket with Western Australia, where she is the team's highest run-scorer.

In her last innings for Western Australia in the previous season's WNCL, she produced an undefeated century, guiding them to their first title in the 2019-2020 season. She was the leading run-scorer and Player of the Tournament.

Nicole Bolton Family Details

Nicole Bolton was born in Subiaco, a Perth inner-western suburb where she was raised and has spent most of her life.

Bolton used to play cricket with her brothers in the family's backyard when she was a youngster.

However, she did not pursue the game seriously until she was 15, playing for MLC in an organized competition. She also played for the Subiaco Marist Cricket Club as a youngster.

Harmanpreet Kaur, another international cricketer, described Bolton's cooking talents as "quite outstanding."The two players shared an apartment during Kaur's first season with Lancashire Thunder in the Kia Super League.

Nicole Bolton Age And Net Worth Explored

At age 32, Nicole Bolton plans to step down and pursue retirement from the sport.

Even till the end of her career, Nicole Bolton hasn't shared a number of her net worth.

We guess her net worth would be close to 1 million USD as most top earners in the sport mostly have a net worth around that margin.

On 23 January 2014, Bolton made her international debut, scoring 124 runs off 152 balls. She moved to Victoria in 2014 but later returned to Western Australia.

She was appointed to Australia's touring group for the 2015 Women's Ashes in England in June 2015 as a Test and ODI specialist who was not anticipated to participate in T20 internationals.

Cricket Australia named her one of fourteen players to a national contract for the 2018–19 season in April 2018. She was picked to Australia's team for the 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 event in the West Indies in October 2018.