Leading run scorer in women’s World Cup records season in Criss Cross Tamizh

Leading run scorer in women’s World Cup records season in Criss Cross Tamizh

Mithali Raj needs 363 runs to top the run scoring charts in Women’s World Cups. New Zealand’s Debbie Hockley leads the pack with 1501 runs in World Cups; Mithali has 1139.

Hello, sports readers, it’s the women’s world cup season. Importantly, We are going to take a look at some players who are leading run-scorers in the world cup season.

DEBORAH ANN HOCKLEY Leading run scorer in women's World Cup records season in Criss Cross Tamizh

DEBORAH ANN HOCKLEY

Highest run-getter in women’s world cup. Importantly, she has scored 1501 runs from 43 innings at an average of 42.8 with 10-fifties and 2-centuries. Unquestionably she completed her world cup career with 184 runs against Australia.

JANETTE ANN BRITTIN

England women cricketer takes second place in the world cup leading the run-scorer list. In particular, she averages 43.30 with 4-centuries and 3-fifties. To be noted the top run-scorer in the 1988 and 1992 World Cup finals but the team went on to lose.

MITHALI RAJ

Let’s start with Mithali Raj from India. Everyone knows her batting ability. Moreover, We aren’t going deeper about her skills. Furthermore, she averages 54.23 scorings 1139 runs in the world cup she played with 9-fifties and 2-Hundreds.

BELINDA CLERK

Australian former international cricketer & Sports administrator – Belinda Jane Clark

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