Women T20 World Cup Records and Statistics – Batting Stats for Best Batting Average

The T20 format has advanced to a new level during the past ten years. Leagues are being played worldwide for promoting women cricket.

The T20 format has advanced to a new level during the past ten years. Leagues are being played worldwide, this format receives the majority of broadcasting funding, and young cricket players prefer to play this format over others. The T20 format, it must be admitted, is a very different game. This style involves an astounding amount of planning and strategy. While analysing a T20 player, you cannot utilise the conventional stats. A player with a higher average will typically be the better player in tests, but in T20s, many other factors are at play.

No.                     Player M I Runs Avg.
1 Aliya Riaz PK-W 4 2 80 80.00
2 Natalie Sciver EN-W 4 4 202 67.33
3 Beth Mooney AU-W 6 6 259 64.75
4 Heather Knight EN-W 4 4 193 64.33
5 Sune Luus SA-W 4 4 95 47.50
6 Sophie Devine NZ-W 4 4 132 44.00
7 Meg Lanning AU-W 6 5 132 44.00
8 Bismah Maroof PK-W 2 2 42 42.00
9 Stafanie Taylor WIW 3 3 84 42.00
10 Harshitha Madavi SLW 4 3 41 41.00

Aliya Riaz

Aliya Riaz‘s unbroken 156 for Lahore Women in the 2014 National Women’s Cricket Championship was the moment Pakistan began to take her talent seriously. In August 2014, she faced Australia in her ODI and T20I debuts. In a match that ended up being drawn, Riaz’s highest T20I score, a 71, came against South Africa in May 2019. For her efforts, she was given the title of Player of the Game. In the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20, the all-rounder who bowls at a medium pace stood out, averaging 15.16 throughout the course of the competition. For the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, Riaz was also included in Pakistan’s roster.

Natalie Ruth Sciver

Cricket player Natalie Ruth Sciver-Brunt was born in England on August 20, 1992. She became the first English cricketer to score a hat-trick in a Women’s Twenty20 International game. Sciver’s “Natmeg” shot is so termed because, during a game, she accidentally sent a cricket ball through her legs. For the third WT20I match against New Zealand on March 7, 2021, Sciver led the England team for the first time in international cricket when Heather Knight was forced to withdraw owing to injury.

Heather Clare Knight

The England women’s cricket team is led by Heather Clare Knight OBE, an English cricketer born on December 26, 1990. She uses her right hand to bat and her right arm to bowl off-spin. In December 2019, Knight took part in England’s 100th Women’s One Day International game.

Bismah Maroof

An all-rounder who bats left-handed and bowls right-arm leg breaks, Bismah Maroof (born July 18, 1991) represents Pakistan in cricket. In both the ODI and T20I formats, she surpassed all previous record holders in June 2022 for Pakistan’s women’s cricket squad (more than 2000 runs in each). She has played in over 200 matches for Pakistan, led the team from 2013 to 2020, and became the first woman to reach 1,000 runs in ODIs for her country. Maroof announced her return to cricket in December 2021 in time for the 2022 World Cup after taking a hiatus from it to have a baby in April 2021. For Lahore, Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited, and Pakistan Universities, she has participated in domestic cricket.

Harshitha Madavi

In March 2016, Harshitha Madavi made her ODI and T20I debuts, the latter of which came against Australia. Despite playing in just one match against Ireland during the competition, she was a member of Sri Lanka’s squad for the 2016 ICC Women’s World Twenty20. Late in 2019, the left-handed batswoman performed admirably at the Asian Cricket Council Women’s Emerging Team Cup, scoring two half-centuries. Soon after that, in the South Asian Games Women’s Cricket competition, Kumari hit an unbeaten 106 off just 47 balls against the Maldives.

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