An Australian cricketer， Jess Jonassen， postponed her marriage with her partner Sarah Gooderham. Here’s how they are having their time with each other.
Jess Jonassen， a.k.a， Jessica Louise Jonassen， is a professional cricketer of Australia. She is renowned for her left-handed batting and left-arm orthodox spin.
Top-notch Jess is known for winning the “ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Championship” four times.
Looking into her achievements， she has also won the Women’s Big Bash League Champion two times. Her partner Sarah has been very proud of her accomplishments.
Jess Jonassen Partner Sarah Gooderham – Husband Or Wife?
Jess got engaged with her other half， Sarah Gooderham， in February of 2018. The sweet couple was planning to marry in May of 2020， but the pandemic got between them.
She does not have a husband， but she has got a soon-to-be wife.
They postponed their wedding just because of the COVID-19. They are still heads over heels for each other even they have yet to tie a knot.
Jess has even posted a picture of purposing her partner Sarah on social media. The couple is very open about their relationship.
Living in Australia， it was hard for Jonassen to have a relationship with Sarah. The country only allowed same-sex marriage in the year 2017.
In 2018， Jess did not miss a chance and purpose her soulmate， Sarah. The heaven-made match has been inseparable at present.
Look Into The Age Of Jess Jonassen
28-years-old Jess was born on the 5th of November in 1992 in Emerald， Queensland of Australia. She started her career as a cricketer in the year of 2012 when she was 20 years.
Jonassen completed her education at Emmaus college at Rockhampton and graduated at the age of 17.
Despite starting her cricket career at 20， she was fond of cricket and started playing it at ten years. Presently， her height is 171cm.
However， she had her boy teammates， as there were not any girl’s teams available. In 2015， when JJ was 23， she completed her graduation at Griffith University in law.
Go Through Jess Jonassen Wikipedia
As a well-known cricket player of Australia， her profile is available on the Wikipedia page.
Jess， nicknamed JJ， started playing for the team Queensland Fire in the 2008/09 season of Women’s National Cricket League.
Moving on， she won the title of Queensland Player of the Year during the 2010/11 season. Not once has she failed to impress her fans with her magnificent performance.
For the 2020/21 season， she got assumed to be the Queensland captaincy taking charge of the position of Kirby Short， former Australian cricketer.
To know more about JJ and her love life with her partner Sarah， Jess is available on social media.
The username of the Jess Insta handle is @jjonassen21. She has got a lot of supporters and followers on her account， i.e.， 17.2k followers.