Who Is Jonny Bairstow Mother Janet Bairstow? More On His Family

The vice-president of Yorkshire County Cricket Club Janet Bairstow with her son Jonny Bairstow
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Jonny Bairstow, the full name Jonathan Marc Bairstow is an English cricketer who plays for the English national cricket team across all formats. The cricketer also plays domestic cricket and represents the domestic cricket team Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

The cricketer has also competed in numerous T-20 divisions and the Indian Premier League during his career (IPL). The Australian batsman has played for clubs such as Punjab Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. He joined with Punjab Kings in 2022.

He plays as a right-handed wicket-keeper-batsman and holds the world record for the highest 6th wicket stand in Tests (399) along with Ben Stokes. He achieved that accolade during England's tour in 2015-2016 against South Africa.

The England international wicket-keeper made his international appearance against India in the fifth ODI game in Cardiff. He made his debut special by scoring a stunning 41 runs off 21 balls, which helped the team to grab a win against the visiting Indians.

Who Is Jonny Bairstow Mother Janet Bairstow?

Janet Bairstow is the mother of England international cricket player Jonny Bairstow. Read on to find more about her.


The mother of the cricket player is currently a vice-president of Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC). She is the first female to be the president of the club. Before becoming vice-president, she used to work as a cricket administrator at the same club.

The Yorkshire County Cricket Club vice-president is the widow of David Bairstow, the former wicket-keeper of the England national cricket team. The married couple has three children, including two sons and a daughter.

She has devoted her entire adult life to YCCC, including 13 years as the club's cricket administrator. She also had cancer when her son was just six years old. However, the disease came back to haunt again in 2012. At the time, Jonny was away in India for England's tour.

After her husband's demise, she dedicated her career to cricket and her children. She is also a supportive mother who has encouraged her sons to become cricketers like her husband. Also, as a cricket promoter and associate, she has had a glorious career and contributed to the sport.

Jonny Bairstow and His Mother Janet Bairstow Age Gap

The age gap between Jonny Bairstow and his mother, Janet Bairstow, is around thirty years.


The cricketer was born on 26 September 1989 and is currently 32 years old and will be 33 in the coming September. Further, though his mother's date of birth is far from disclosed, she seems to be in her sixties.

However, regardless of the age gap, there seems to be a good relationship between the mother and the son. The player's love for his mother was especially outspoken when in an interview, he revealed how desperate he was for his mother back in 2012 when she was diagnosed with cancer.

The cricketer revealed that his mother never complained about cancer. However, she is a resilient woman who has recovered from every setback and downfall she has faced, and this is what inspires the English wicket-keeper the most.

Jonny Family Ethnicity, Religion And Net Worth

The ethnicity of the family of Jonny Bairstow is White and has a net worth of around 8 million dollars. 


The player was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, and holds British nationality. Further, his father and his mother are also British. His father also has represented the English national cricket team as a wicket-keeper.

The English wicket-keeper followed Christianity as a religion and went to St. Peter's School, Yorkshire. Further, his brother Andrew Bairstow is also a cricket player. Besides his brother, the player also has a sister in a family named Rebecca Bairstow.

The player has an illustrious career as a cricketer and has landed a fortune from his cricket career. Further, he has also played for various domestic and international franchise leagues, including the Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League, which has earned him quite a sum.