Women are good in every field. Women prove themselves that they can be beautiful and bold at the same time. As of today, women are doing wonderful in the field of sports. Women cricket has gotten really popular in the last few years. The reason being that some glamorous women have stepped into the field to represent their countries. Today, we have compiled a list of female cricketers from around the world. These female players not only impressed us by their beauty but also by their gameplay.
10 Most beautiful female cricketers in the world
Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana
The 25-year-old beautiful batswoman has made her name both on and off the field. She is considered one of the most beautiful and cutest cricketers in the Indian team. Her cute little smile has made cricket lovers madly fall in love with her. BCCI named her the Best Women’s International Cricket in the June of 2018.
Ellyse Perry’s name is present at the top of the beautiful female cricket player lists and also has the most beautiful pair of eyes. Perry debuted in the second One-Day International against the kiwis of the Rose Bowl series in July of 2007, four months before she turned 17. She is the youngest person who represented Australia in cricket and the first Aussie to appear both in the Cricket and the Football World Cup.
Rosalie the English cricketer is known not just for good looks but also for her marvellous spin bowling. Apart from her spin bowling Birch plays as a lower middle-order batswoman and has scored a half-century in one of the 7 test matches she has played for England. In 2006, she graduated from the University of Sussex with a BA in Linguistics.
One of the most favourite contenders for the most beautiful female cricketers could be the New South Wales Women batwoman Lean Poulton. Poulton can destroy the opponent team with her batting and win the hearts of her opponent team supporters with her looks. In the 2006 domestic season for Australia Poulton scored a total of 325 runs with an average of 32.5.
The 32-year-old former Wicket Keeper/Batwoman Sarah is yet another contender for the award of most beautiful female cricket player. In the field stumped the opponent by the ball and off-the-field she stunned people by her looks. She’s also a two-year consecutive awardee of the T20I Women’s Cricketer of the year award.
The beautiful sister of Peter McGlashan, the former kiwi player is a Wicket-Keeper/Right-hand Batwoman for her team. She made her international debut against the Dutch in an ODI in June 2006. She has represented Sydney Sixers, ACT Meteors, and Auckland Hearts in domestic cricket. She had an average of 22.36 in the 134 matches she played in the WODI.
The former English spin bowler had a 13 year-long international career from 2006 to 2019. She made her international debut against India in August 2006 in an ODI. In the Women Big Bash League, she has represented the Sydney Sixer Women. Laura started as a medium pacer but reinvent herself as an off-spin bowler. In the Women’s World Cup 2009, she took her career-best against Pakistan with 5 for 15.
Katherine Helen Brunt
The aggressive fast-bowler and extremely beautiful Katherine Helen Brunt is next on our list. Helen was awarded with the England Women’s Cricketer of the year award two times in her 17-year long career. She made her debut against New Zealand in 2004. She has 155 wickets in 128 ODI matches and 96 wickets in 92 T20I Matches.
The Australian lead fast bowler born in 1995 made her debut in 2013 at the age of 17. In the Australian Domestic Cricket (ADC) she represents Brisbane Heat and Queensland Cricket. She has a total of 24 wickets in 22 matches under her name in ODIs. She is considered the most beautiful female cricket player still playing the game.
Taniya with her smile can kill anyone both on and off the field. The 23-year old Indian Right Hand Batswomen and a wicketkeeper made her Test debut this year vs England. She played her first ODI vs Sri Lanka in September of 2018. She has a huge fan following on social media. Bhatia has played domestic cricket from Punjab and North Zone.