Erin Holland, a former Miss World Australia married her longtime boyfriend and Australian player Ben Cutting at Byron Bay, New South Wales earlier this year. They got married on Valentine’s day, February 14. Since then, both have been a bit busy clicking pictures together.
At times, both have gone out on romantic dates as well. Time and again, cricket presenter Erin Holland has vowed her fans and followers by coming up with adorable pictures on social media. She is currently working as a presenter in the ongoing season of the PSL.
The cricket presenter hogged the limelight after she gave an adorable birthday present to her hubby Ben Cutting on his birthday on January 30, Sunday. This happened during the game between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United at National Stadium, Karachi.
Erin Holland makes her hubby happy by giving him a gift
For the unversed, Australian all-rounder Ben Cutting is currently plying his trade for Peshawar Zalmi in the ongoing seventh season of the Pakistan Super League. Islamabad United were the better side as they won the game by 9 wickets.
During the just-concluded game, the video clip on PSL’s official Twitter handle showed Erin talking to her hubby Ben Cutting. The tweet reads, “Happy birthday Ben Cutting from all of us and @erinvholland.” “Happy Birthday to you. Happy Birthday dear Ben. Happy Birthday to you,” sang Erin.
Watch the video:
Happy birthday @Cuttsy31 from all of us and @erinvholland 🎉 #HBLPSL7 l #LevelHai l #PZvIU pic.twitter.com/ZJbsDE18IO
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) January 30, 2022
Batting first, Peshawar Zalmi posted 168/6 in 20 overs. Despite a top and middle-order collapse, Sherfane Rutherford scored an unbeaten 70 off 46 balls with the help of 7 fours and 3 sixes at a strike rate of 152. However, Islamabad United lost just one wicket in the run-chase.
Alex Hales top-scored with 82 off 54 balls including 13 fours and a six. Paul Stirling was another batter who chipped in with a half-century. Stirling and Hales set the foundation in the run chase as they added 112 runs for the opening wicket. Paul Stirling scored 57 off 25 balls including 7 fours and 3 sixes.