Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket

One day I thought why only write about men’s cricket and games so now let’s focus on women’s cricket and here are the Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket.

Sr. No.Player NameTeamRunsBallsAgainst
1.Amelia KerrNew Zealand232*145Ireland
2.Belinda ClarkAustralia229*155Denmark
3.Deepti SharmaIndia188160Ireland
4.Chamari AthapaththuSri Lanka178*143Australia
5.Charlotte EdwardsEngland173*155Ireland
6.H KaurIndia171*115Australia
7.SR TaylorWest Indies171137Sri Lanka
8.TT BeaumontEngland168*144Pakistan
9.SW BatesNew Zealand168105Pakistan
10.RH PriestNew Zealand157146Sri Lanka
Top 10 individual ODI scores Women’s Cricket

Amelia Kerr – Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket

Amelia Kerr - Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket
Amelia Kerr – Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket

She is a New Zealand cricketer who currently plays for Wellington and New Zealand Cricket team and On 13 June 2018, she made a record playing against Ireland.

She has the record of most Individual scores in women’s One Day Internationals with 232* runs in 145 balls.

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Belinda Clark

Belinda Clark	Australia	229*	 against Denmark
Belinda Clark Australia 229* against Denmark

On December 16, 1997, Belinda Clark showed the world one of the best performances and hit hard on the ground in the Women’s World Cup against Denmark.

We all say that Sachin Tendulkar was the first to hit a double century and it’s true but the first male cricketer, not the first person to do so.

In a 1997 ICC Women’s World Cup game in Mumbai, 13 years before he became the first male to score a double hundred in ODI, captain Belinda Clark smashed an unbeaten 229* off just 155 balls for Australia’s victory against the mammoth score of 412 for 3 against Denmark.

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Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma became the highest Indian Cricketer in Women’s cricket
Deepti Sharma became the highest Indian Cricketer in Women’s cricket

She became the highest Indian Cricketer in the Women’s cricket tournament. In the match against Ireland, she scored 188 runs in 160 balls and made history.

The previous high score made by the Indian cricketer was 138* made by Jaya Sharma against Pakistan Women’s team in 2005.

But because of this Team India manages to score over 350+ runs and stop Ireland at mere 109 runs which was a huge victory for the Indian Women’s Team.

Chamari Athapaththu

 She is a Sri Lankan cricketer and the current captain of the women’s Twenty20 International team of Sri Lanka and she had multiple records on her name.

She holds the record for scoring the most number of ODI centuries and fifties for Sri Lanka in women’s cricket history.

And she did something like that against Australia and scored 178* runs in 143 balls and took the team at a fighting score of 257/9.

Charlotte Edwards – Top 10 individual scores in Women’s ODI Cricket

She is a former English professional cricketer and was the captain of the England women’s team. She retired from international cricket in May 2016.

In the match against Ireland, she scored 173* runs in 155 balls and because of this they manage to took team total to 300+ runs.

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