Women’s cricket is evolving rapidly around the globe, and along with that women cricketers impart the spectators joy and excitement to watch female cricket with their improved game in each department. The rise of women’s cricket in India inspires many young girls to take cricket as a career. Nowadays every young woman or men player starts their career with T20 internationals. The Indian Women’s Cricket team made their T20I debut in 2006 against England and has played 157 matches so far.
The current captain of the Indian Women’s cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur makes the top on the list of most T20 runs for India in women’s cricket. From 2009 to now, Kaur has represented India in 151 matches and amassed 3058 runs at a decent average of 28.05. “The lady Sehwag” is the only Indian to hit a T20I hundred in women’s cricket, scoring 103 runs off 51 balls against New Zealand in the 2018 Women’s T20 World Cup.
Swashbuckling stylish opener Smriti Mandhana has made the 2nd most T20 runs for India in women’s cricket. Having played 116 matches, Mandhana has accumulated 2802 runs at a dashing strike rate of 123.87. The southpaw owns the record of hitting the most T20I fifties (22) for India in women’s cricket.
One of the greatest batters to play the game, Mithali Raj gets 3rd place in terms of nothing up the most T20 runs for India in women’s cricket with 2364 runs in 89 matches. Raj possessed an impressive average of 37.52 and smacked 17 fifties too, which is 2nd most by any Indian in women’s cricket.
Rising star of the Indian women’s T20 team, Jemimah Rodrigues finds herself in the 4th spot in most T20 runs for India in women’s cricket. Making her debut at the of 17 in 2018, Jemimah has aggregated 1704 runs in 70 innings at a decent average of 29.89. The right-hand trailblazer has surpassed the 50-run mark 10 times in T20I.
Harmanpreet Kaur scored the most T20 runs for India in women’s cricket, 3058 runs in 136 innings.
Deepti Sharma has taken the most T20 wickets for India in women’s cricket, 102 wickets.
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