Women’s T20 World Cup: Batting Records and Statistics for the Most 4s Scored
The shortest format of women’s international cricket is women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I). The two players who have scored the most fours in Women’s T20 World Cup history are Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healy.
For all cricket enthusiasts worldwide, the T20 world cup has brought about some fantastic news! The ICC T20 Women’s World Cup 2020 schedule was just released, adding to the excitement as the ICC Men’s World Cup approaches. Starting on February 21, 2020, teams would compete to see who would win the trophy, with the finals taking place on March 8, 2020. Ten teams, including two that still need to qualify, will compete in this tournament. Records are likely to fall frequently in the years to come as white-ball cricket becomes more and more popular in the modern day. Large competitions are often held, and there is always some international gathering to look forward to. Below is the list of the most 4s scored by women’s T20 World Cup team.
Bethany Louise Mooney, an Australian professional cricket player who competes in all three game formats for the national side, was born on January 14, 1994. She was selected for the Australian 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup team in January 2020. The highest opening partnership for Australia Women for any wicket in a WT20I match occurred between Australia and Bangladesh when Mooney and Alyssa Healy combined for 151 runs. With an unbroken score of 78 off 54 balls in the championship match, Mooney led all scorers for Australia, helping them win their sixth championship. Mooney was awarded the tournament’s player of the year and finished with 259 runs, including 30 fours, to lead the field.
Alyssa Jean Healy, an Australian cricket player born on March 24, 1990, competes for the Sydney Sixers in the Women’s Big Bash League, the Australian women’s national team, and New South Wales in domestic competition. She was chosen for Australia’s team in January 2020 to prepare for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. Healy and Beth Mooney established the highest opening partnership for Australia Women for any wicket in a WT20I match during their team’s game against Bangladesh, scoring 151 runs. Healy’s player of the match effort in the final, where Australia won their fifth championship, saw them hit 75 off 39 balls. She finished with 236 runs, including 28 fours, to lead the field and is the second player to score the most 4s in the women’s t20 world cup.
Cricket player Natalie Ruth Sciver-Brunt was born in England on August 20, 1992. She was selected for the England team in January 2020 to prepare for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. She achieved a hat-trick in a Women’s Twenty20 International match, becoming the first cricketer for England to do so. She finished with 202 runs, including 24 fours, to lead the field and is the third-highest player to score the most 4s in the women’s t20 world cup.
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. Knight achieved her 1,000th run in WT20Is during England’s second game of the competition against Thailand. She also recorded her first century in women’s T20 international cricket, making history by becoming the first player to record a century in all three international cricket formats. She finished with 193 runs, including 22 fours, to lead the field and is the fourth-highest player to score the most 4s in the women’s t20 world cup.
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