Highest run Scorers for India in Women’s cricket – Everything you want to know!

Scoring runs is tough for the batsman when the bowler’s bowl is in decent line and length, No pain No gain the skills in you. The technique you learned the experience you gained picking gapes taking quick singles. And not looking for only boundaries rotating strike will help you to become a remarkable player. This is what the players did to become the greatest of all-time in women’s cricket especially Indian cricket

Mithali Dorai Raj

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She became a cricketer at the age of 16 and made an unbeaten 114 in the debut match. The technically strong player with the ability to play long innings spending time in the crease. She registered her double hundred in 2002 with 214 runs. In 2017 she became the first woman to cross 6000 runs in ODI beating the record of England player Edwards.

In Test, she has played 12 matches making 699 runs at an average of 43.68. With Best 214, the Youngest player to score a double hundred, and the highest run in an innings. Played 220 ODI matches scoring 7391 runs at an average of 51.32. And best of 125 she holds the record of most runs in a series as a captain 535. Most runs in an innings by a captain of India 125. In T20s records of 4 consecutive fifties,3rd highest batting average, and Fastest 1000 runs. Read more about her here.

Harmanpreet Kaur

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The first cricketer from India of both gender to sign the big bash league, when she made an impressive tour in Australia chasing the highest score in T20 cricket. The right-hand all-rounder is famous for hard-hitting balls. she has played only three test matches which is not impressive but his bowling in the test match was good, her ODI performance was good scoring 2568 runs in 89 matches at an average of 34.70, and made the highest run of 171 in an innings batting in number 4. In T20 she is positioning at batting order five and made a high score of 103

Smriti Mandhana

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Her father and brother played for the Sangalli district team her interest in cricket pushed her to U-15 and U-19 Maharashtra team making impressive with the bat in domestic cricket scoring 224 in 150 balls in U-19 this performance took her to national side made T20 debut against Bangladesh opening the batting for the team and team went on to win by 10 runs and made 8 consecutive fifties in away T20 games including fastest fifties in T20.

Played 62 ODI matches at an average of 41.70 and in T20s 84 matches averaging at 25.93 only played four test matches at 325 runs at an average of 46.42.

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