Top 10 Women Bowlers In International Cricket

1. Sophie Ecclestone

Born on May 6, 1999, She is an English cricketer. ICC's 2018 Emerging Player, T20I top bowler since 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup, ICC Women’s Player of the Month (June 2021).

2. Shabnim Ismail

Born on October 5, 1988, Shabnim Ismail, a South African cricketer, debuted in 2007 as a right-arm fast bowler for the national women's team.

3. Megan Schutt

Born on 15th Jan 1993, Megan Schutt is an Australian cricketer, a fast-medium bowler for the national team, and plays for the South Australian Scorpions in domestic cricket.

4. Jess Jonassen

Born on Nov 25, 1992, Jess Jonassen, a left-arm bowler, is an Australian cricket pro. The 4th woman to claim 100 ODI wickets for Australia, she captains Queensland Fire.

5. Deepti Sharma

Born on 24th Aug 1997, Deepti Sharma, an Indian cricketer, is a left-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler. Currently, she ranks 3rd among top all-rounders in ICC.

6. Hayley Matthews

Born on March 19, 1998, Hayley Matthews, a West Indies cricketer, excels as an all-rounder. She represents Barbados, Barbados Royals, and Melbourne Renegades.

7. Sarah Glenn

Born on Aug 27, 1999, English cricketer Sarah Glenn is a leg break bowler for England, Derbyshire. She debuted internationally in 2019 and played in the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.

8. Amelia Kerr

Born on 13th Oct 2000, Amelia Kerr, a NZ cricketer, holds the highest WODI score (232 runs) against Ireland on 13th June 2018. She also achieved a 5-wicket haul in WODI.

9. Stafanie Taylor

Born on June 11, 1991, Stafanie Taylor is a West Indies cricketer, excelling as a right-handed batsman and off-break bowler. Awarded 2011 ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year.

10. Ashleigh Gardener

Ashleigh Gardener, born on April 15, 1997, is an Australian cricketer, a right-handed all-rounder for the national team, with 3 world championships and four national titles.

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