Top 10 Best Women Cricketers In The World

10. Sana Mir

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Sana Mir

Sana Mir, a former cricketer for Pakistan who was born on January 5th, 1986, led the group in ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals. She participated in 226 games for her country during her international career, 137 of which she captained. She also has a record of success as a female bowler at the ICC Cricket World Cup.

09. Shashikala Siriwardene

Shashikala Siriwardene

In WODI matches, Sheshikala Siriwardene has led Sri Lanka's women's cricket squad. The only other female cricketer in the nation who has scored more than 1000 runs is her record of 100 wickets in Sri Lankan WODI cricket. She has also taken 77 wickets for Sri Lanka in T20 international matches.

08. Meghann Lanning

Meghann Lanning

Meghann Moira Lanning, an Australian cricketer, was born on March 25, 1992. She is now the captain of the national women’s squad. She participated in five successful global championship campaigns, winning one Women's Cricket World Cup title and four ICC Women's World Twenty20 crowns. She is also the first Australian to surpass the 2,000 run threshold in Twenty20 Internationals and has the most Women's One Day International centuries.

07. Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj

The Test and ODI captain of the women's national cricket team is Dorai Mithali Raj, who was born in 1982. Her main responsibility is opening the batting with the right arm, though she ocassionally bowls leg-breaks as well. Raj leads all female international cricketers in runs scored. She is the top run-scorer in women's international cricket and the only player to surpass 7,000 runs.

06. Stafanie Roxann Taylor

Stafanie Roxann Taylor

Stafanie Roxann Taylor, who is now the captain of the West Indies women's cricket team, was born in Jamaica on June 11, 1991. She has become an essential element of the team after representing them in more than 80 matches since 2008. Taylor was the first West Indian to be crowned the ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year in 2011. She is well known for her right-handed batsmanship and off-break bowling. Since then, she has earned a reputation as one of the greatest female batters in history.

05. Lisa Carprini Sthalekar

Lisa Carprini Sthalekar

Lisa Caprini Sthalekar, an Australian cricket pundit and former player who hails from New South Wales, is the leader of Australia's international women's squad. She plays cricket for the state of New South Wales. Right-handed off-spinner and all-rounder Karen Dalton was regarded as cricket's finest all-rounder when the ranking system was first established.

04. Katherine Helen Brunt

Katherine Helen Brunt

The greatest female fast bowler in English history is Katherine Helen Brunt. As a child in Swindon, she participated in women's cricket for England. She has the honor of being selected England's women's cricketer of the year in 2006 and 2010.

03. Jhulan Goswami

Jhulan Goswami

Jhulan Nishit Goswami, a former captain of the Indian women's cricket team, was born on November 25th, 1982 in Delhi. Goswami, who is renowned for both her batting and bowling skills, is one of the fastest female bowlers in history and, since Cathryn Fitzpatrick resigned from the game, is presently the fastest bowler in cricket. In August 2018, WT20Is made Goswami's retirement official.

02. Sarah Jane Taylor

Sarah Jane Taylor

Taylor currently competes for Sussex and Northern Diamonds. She was born in Surrey on May 20, 1989. Her international cricket career spanned from 2006 to 2019, when she announced her retirement due to nervousness. 10 Tests, 126 One Day Internationals, and 90 Twenty20 Internationals were all part of her England career.

01. Ellyse Perry

Ellyse Perry

Ellyse Alexandra Perry, a former football and cricket player, was born in Australia on November 3rd, 1990. She competes for her nation in both of those sports. She is also recognized as one of the all-time sexiest female athletes. At the age of 16, Perry made her Australian football and cricket debuts.