The 2022 women’s world cup concluded today with the final match between England and Australia, where Australia thrashed England by 81 runs in Christchurch. Australia lifted their seventh World Cup trophy, whereas England lost their fourth final. This marque tournament saw many good batsmen come and deliver for their team. A plethora of good knocks was played throughout the torment from the multiple players of different nations, let’s have a look at the players with the Most Runs In 2022 Women’s World Cup –
Australian wicket-keeper batter Alyssa Healy has scored the most runs in the Women’s CWC 2022. Healy had a blast in this edition, making 509 runs in 9 games. Healy’s best innings of her ODI career came in the finals against England, 170 runs off 138 balls at a dashing strike rate of 123.19. The 32 years old hit 2 fifties and centuries in the event.
The 2nd place on the list of the most runs in the 2022 women’s world cup features Rachael Haynes. Having played all 9 matches in the competition, the southpaw amassed 497 runs at an impressive average of 62.12. Haynes made a crucial 68 runs from 93 balls in the finals against England. Haynes has been an architect behind Australia’s victory.
English all-rounder Nat Sciver cements the 3rd spot in terms of scoring the most runs in the Women’s CWC 2022. Scavier accumulated 436 runs in 8 innings and bagged 4 wickets too. Sciver smacked 2 centuries in the event, however, the supreme innings came in the special occasion of the final against Australia, 148* off 121 balls. Her century was not enough as the wickets kept falling from the other end.
Proteas right-hand batsman, Laura Wolvaardt gets 4th position in the tally with 433 runs in 8 matches. Wollvaardt maintained an average of 54.12, while her best was 90.
List of Players with Most Runs In 2022 Women’s CWC
Alyssa Healy has scored the most runs in the women’s world cup 2022 (509 runs).
Alyssa Healy is the highest run-scorer in the women’s world cup 2022.
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