We have compiled a list of some of the hottest women’s cricketers. These ladies are not just cricketers but look like models or actresses. These women cricketers are not only talented but also slay with their appearance. The mentioned beauties with brains achieved a lot in their cricketing days. Players that are high on glamor and sports make a rare combination. The top 5 hottest cricketers to miss ICC women’s T20 world cup 2020 in Australia belong to various countries.
If you don’t consider yourself a women’s cricket fan, we’re confident that you will become one after checking out our list.
Holly Ferling is from the current T20 champion side Australia. She made her debut for the Australian women’s cricket team back in 2013. She is a right-arm medium-pace bowler. She represented Australia four times during the 2013 Women’s Cricket World Cup. She picked up 9 wickets 10.55. At once she was placed 2nd on the bowling averages chart.
Ferling was named as the twelfth member in the 2013 Cricket World Cup’s team of the tournament. Ferling made her debut at an age of 14 in Queensland and made a hat-trick. She then became the first woman to be adjudged as the Queensland Junior Cricketer of the Year. Ferling developed her cricketing skills by playing alongside the men’s team that helped her to learn how and where to bowl.
Sarah Taylor – England’s Hottest Women’s cricketers
Sarah Taylor is England’s wicket-keeper batter. She usually opens the batting in ODI matches and bats in the middle order in T20s and Tests. She was a member of the English team that retained the Ashes in Australia in 2008.
Taylor plays county cricket for Sussex. On 30 June 2009, she played a stunning inning of 120 runs in the 2nd One Day International. During the process, she surpassed Enid Bakewell’s record of 118 in 1973. It was the highest individual score against Australia by any female English batter. She broke the record for the highest partnership in women’s ODI cricket She made 1st wicket partnership of 268 along with Caroline Atkins at Lord’s. Sarah went on to score 129.
On 1 September 2008, she became the youngest woman cricketer to score 1,000 One Day International runs. She scored 75 not out at Taunton against India. Sarah was the first woman player ever to play in the Darton men’s first XI. She opened the batting for England during the 50 over World Cup in Australia and women’s T20 cup in 2009.
Sarah won the T20I Women’s Cricketer of the Year in 2013.
This hottie of Indian origin cricketer played for England for almost ten years. Guha made her debut in 2002. Before she retired from international cricket, she represented England women in 83 one-day internationals, 22 T20Is, and eight Tests. She is a right-arm medium-pace bowler. She made her Test debut at 17 against India in 2002. She was awarded BBC Asian Network Sports Personality of the Year in 2002. Her best bowling figures in ODIs that she played in the 5/22. She took her best figures against New Zealand. Guha was the number one ODI bowler in the year 2008-09.
She took a career-best 5/40 in her seventh Test match, against Australia in Bowral in 2008. She finished up with a total of nine wickets in that match. She announced her retirement from international cricket on 9 March 2012. However, she continued to play county cricket for Berkshire.
Currently, she is arguably the best female commentator around the world. Guha also writes columns for the BBC Sport website. She might be on the microphone describing the on-field action in the forthcoming ICC women’s T20 world cup.
Sara McGlashan was a New Zealand cricketer. His brother Peter McGlashan also represented the Black Caps. She played for Central Districts and then moved to Auckland Hearts in the Domestic Circuit. Her versatility is a mere addition to her glamour. She was excellent with the bat and as a wicketkeeper. She was a member of the State Central Hinds, playing in seven State League matches. She has the highest score of 40.
McGlashan was selected for the winter tour to Europe. She made her debut against the Netherlands in 2002 and strengthened her cricket that summer at the NZCA. Her cricket has developed a lot during that time but in 2006. She was unlucky not to have scored more runs against the Indian team. McGlashan got retired in 2016.
Mithali Raj was the captain of the Indian Women’s T20 cricket team. She was born in December 1982 in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Her dad was an Indian air force officer, and mother was Leela Raj. Mithali Raj began playing at the age of 17. She was chosen by the Indian women’s cricket team the same year.
Raj debuted One Day International in 1999 against Ireland at Milton Keynes. She scored 114 runs on her debut and made her presence felt. She then played against South Africa in 2001. She led the Indian team to the finals in the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2005.
Apart from her amazing looks, she holds a unique record. She became the first female cricketer to appear in 200 ODIs.
The abovementioned hottest women’s cricketers will somehow be missed on-field in the women’s T20 world cup 2020. However, these cricketing beauties would remain attached off-field in this T20 world cup through commentating. Have we missed any names? Do let us know through the comment section.