The T20 format is always a joy to watch irrespective of gender. We always see that players often make T20 cricket entertaining by putting their best. Especially People go to stadiums to watch aggressive batting, bowling, and fielding from the cricketers. T20 matches are played the most in Women’s cricket. Some women cricketers are dominating the format with their exceptional batting. Let’s take a look at the players with the most runs in Women’s T20 cricket.
Kiwi cricketer Suzie Bates has scored the most runs in Women’s T20, 3953 runs in 146 matches (143 innings) with a decent average of 29.94. Suzie has also hit the most number of the fifties (26) in the format. Her batting stats demonstrate how consistent she has been in this format. Along with runs, Bates has taken 56 T20 wickets also. Being the top scorer in the format as an all-rounder is a rare achievement.
Australian top-order batsman Meg Lanning has amassed the 2nd most number of runs in Women’s T20, 3405 runs in 132 matches (121 innings). Her average is 36.61 which is quite captivating, and very few players have maintained this. Lanning has smashed 2 centuries in the T20I.
Caribbean captain Stafanie Taylor comes in the 3rd position in terms of scoring the most runs in T20 cricket. She has amassed 3236 runs in 117 matches (114 innings) with an impressive average of 35.17 which is the 3rd highest in Women’s T20. Stafanie is also the 3rd most 50 scorer (22) in the T20s. With three-dimensional ability, Tha Jamaican stalwart is the backbone of the West Indies Women’s side.
The current skipper of the Indian women’s cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur has made 3154 runs so far in 155 matches, which is 4th most in women’s T20 cricket. Kaur is one of the best sloggers in women’s cricket, bashing the bowlers at a good strike rate of 106.61. Harmanpreet Kaur’s 103 against New Zealand is the highest score by an Indian in women’s T20.
Ace Kiwi all-rounder Sophie Devine is featured in the 5th spot on the tally of the most runs in women’s T20. Having played 122 T20s, Devine has accumulated 3020 runs at a decent average of 29.03. Devine has 17 fifties in her name which is 2nd most by any New Zealand batter in Women’s T20.
Indian star opener Smriti Mandhana recently surpassed Deandra Dottin to be in 6th place on the elite most runs in Women’s t20 tally. In 122 T20I matches, the stylish Southpaw has accumulated 2934 runs at a staggering strike rate of 123.07. Mandhana has hit 22 fifties in the format, which is the most by any Indian in women’s T20.
Current Pakistani skipper Bismah Maroof finds herself in 7th place on the list of making the most number of runs in Women’s T20. She has accumulated 2761 runs in 135 matches (129 innings) with a decent average of 27.33. She has smacked as many as 12 half-centuries in the shortest format of the game. The opener’s contribution in winning the game for her country is massive.
West Indian all-rounder Deandra Dottin has scored the 7th most number of runs in Women’s T20, 2697 runs in 127 matches (125 innings) with a commendable average of 25.68. Dottin’s strike rate is 122.81. Deandra has smashed more than 105 sixes, which is the highest by any batsman in the Women’s T20. She has grabbed 62 wickets also with the ball.
Suzie Bates of New Zealand has scored the most runs in Women’s T20 International (3953).
Harmanpreet Kaur is India’s highest run-scorer in Women’s T20 cricket (3154).
Top 10 Most Runs In Women’s T20 Cricket
|Suzie Bates (NZ)||146||143||3953||29.94||109.19||124*||26||1|
|Meg Lanning (AUS)||132||121||3405||36.61||116.37||133*||15||2|
|Stafanie Taylor (WI)||116||113||3235||35.54||100.90||90||22||–|
|Harmanpreet kaur (IND)||155||140||3154||28.16||106.61||103||11||1|
|Sophie Devine (NZ)||122||119||3020||29.03||121.72||105||17||1|
|Smriti Mandhana (IND)||122||118||2934||27.42||123.07||86||22||–|
|Bismah Maroof (PAK)||135||129||2761||27.33||92.00||70*||12||–|
|Denadra Dottin (WI)||127||125||2697||25.68||122.81||112*||12||2|
|Chamari Athapaththu (SL)||122||120||2651||22.65||106.20||113||08||1|
|Charlotte Edwards (ENG)||95||93||2605||32.97||106.93||92*||12||–|
|Alyssa Healy (AUS)||147||129||2621||24.26||128.60||148*||15||1|
|Danni Wyatt (ENG)||149||128||2527||21.78||126.66||124||12||2|
|Beth Mooney (AUS)||89||83||2508||39.80||124.03||117*||19||2|
|Mithali Raj (IND)||89||84||2364||37.52||96.33||97*||17||–|
Senior Cricket Content Editor at Skyblogs Cricket.
Contact me at email@example.com