The women’s cricket has grown leaps and bounds for the last few few years due to the competitive teams and successful organization of ICC events. Here are some players, who have found out success in terms of scoring runs in different formats of the game.
|Stafanie Taylor||West Indies||139||5177||45.01||36/7|
|Suzie Bates||New Zealand||137||4872||41.28||28/11|
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In the ODI format, Indian captain Mithali Raj has amassed 7632 runs at an average of 51.56 in 226 matches. and is expected to be leading the charts for years to come as well. The players to follow her in the list are, Charlotte Edwards, Stafanie Taylor, Suzie Bates, and Belinda Clark.
|Suzie Bates||New Zealand||126||3380||29.64||21/1|
|Stafanie Taylor||West Indies||111||3121||35.87||21/0|
|Deandra Dottin||West Indies||124||2681||26.28||12/2|
The New Zealand top order batter Suzie Bates is the leading run scorer in the T20I format with 3121 runs in 111 matches at an average of 35.87. While, Stafanie Taylor and Meg Lanning too have over 3000+ runs to their names. The 4th and 5th on this list is Deandra Dottin and Charlotte Edwards respectively.
|Rachael Heyhoe Flint||England||22||1594||45.54||10/3|
|Debbie Hockley||New Zealand||19||1301||52.04||7/4|
The longest format of the game certainly requires patience, skills, and temperament. One to ace them all was Janette Brittin, who piled up close to 1935 runs in 27 Test Matches at an average of 49.65. While Charlotte Edwards finds the place in the test format as well with 1676 runs. The likes of Rachael Heyhoe Flint, Debbie Hockley, and Carole Hodges are the other names on the list.
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