You'll love this English cricketer for breaking gender barriers. Kate Cross was the first female cricketer admitted to the Lancashire Academy in 2006.
This pace bowler waited two years to play for England, debuting in the West Indies in 2013.
Sarah Taylor debuted against India at 17 and scored 1000 runs in ODI at 19. (One Day Internationals).Sarah was the first woman inducted into Legends Lane at Brighton and Hove County Cricket Ground. Her smile and energy make the list.
Nat or Natalie Sciver, a 5'7" beautiful cricketer, sets "first" records.
First English cricket player (male or female) to get a T20I hat-trick.
In the Australian Big Bash League, she became the first woman to hit a six.
Cecilia Joyce is the greatest Irish woman cricketer, a right-handed batsman and left-arm medium-pace bowler who debuted in 1999.
This talented Irish woman cricketer has a twin sister, three brothers, and her mother who are all cricketers. Her smile and eyes sparkle.
Priya Punia, with her dark hair, eyes, and curvy build, is known for her positivity, style, and talent. This right-handed batswoman won Player of the Match in her first ODI. This talented cricketer debuted in 2019 and will contribute much more.
Sana Mir, a cricket commentator, captained the Pakistan Women's team and won "PCB Woman Cricketer of the Year" in 2013. Long dark hair and sultry eyes helped her make the list. Sana Mir is one of the most beautiful female cricketers and is known for her drive and ambition. She's a rebel and a role model for pursuing the impossible.
Ellyse Perry is a beautiful cricketer. She became Australia's youngest international cricketer in 2007. 5'9" and blonde, she's striking on and off the field. Ellyse Perry is a talented cricketer and soccer player, the first Australian to play in both World Cups.