Women’s Cricket has given us some of the best players from around the world, whom we can select in our online cricket games team. Many of the players have achieved something in their cricket career.
There are many unknown but interesting facts about the Women’s cricket players. It is surprising to know of the achievements of women involve in the online fantasy cricket. They have made the entire world proud with their accomplishments, especially proven to those people who cannot see that men and women are equals.
We have compiled some of the unnoticed Women’s Cricket Facts, just to enlighten ourselves towards this format and play the next daily fantasy cricket match, which involves women players, well.
Read the first five of them on:
The very first Women’s cricket match tracing in 1745, between Bramley and Hambledon in Surrey, England. The match was viewed by large number of spectators.
The first double hundred in international was scored by a woman. Belinda Clark former cricket player from Australia (1991 to 2005) has set this record and is inducted into ICC’s hall of fame.
Women’s World Cup is two years older than Men’s World Cup. The first world cup was held in England, and won by the hosts in a one-sided final against Australia.
The first official women’s cricket was played in 1934, and it took 40 years to start women’s cricket in India.
The Indian women cricket team won their first Asia Cup in 2004. They subsequently won 3 more Asia Cups.
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Pakistan’s Sajjida Shah is the youngest player to appear in international cricket, playing against Ireland at the age of 12. She also holds the record for the best bowling figures in a one-day international, taking 7 wickets for just 4 runs against Japan.
Like men women’s delicate parts need protection too. Women players also wear abdomen protector. The female version has a kit with box, cup and abdomen guard.
The right term for a woman player in field who is in main role with bat is not a ‘batsman’ or ‘batswoman’ but ‘a batter.’ Commentators often use the term batsman.
Sachin Tendulkar is not the first cricketer to score a Double-century in a One-Day International. Belinda Jane Clark of Australia is the first cricketer to score a Double-century. She scored 229* against Denmark in 1998, which was unbeaten till 2018.
Jaya Sharma’s 138* against Pakistan in 2006 is the highest score in women’s ODI cricket in India.
These are the three extra ones:
Neetu David from India has the best innings bowling analysis in women’s Test matches, having taken 8 for 53 against England.
New Zealand women’s cricket team holds the record of scoring 400 plus runs in all the three ODIs of a series. They played against Irish women’s cricket team and scored 491/4, 418 and 440/3 runs.
The top 4 highest team totals in Women’s ODIs are by New Zealand Women’s Cricket Team.
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