Check out the Women’s T20 World Cup cricketers who have shown excellent economic ratings

In this article, we look at a few women’s T20 World Cup cricketers who have shown excellent economic ratings. We look into how their standout efforts contributed to their teams’ triumph.

The Women’s T20 World Cup’s ultimate prize excites fans while teams from all around the world fight in one of cricket’s most thrilling competitions.

Although fielding skills are always crucial, the economic rate of the field is one of the most crucial aspects of T20 cricket. The most economical fielders frequently make the difference between winning and losing in a format where every run counts.

The International Cricket Council is in charge of organizing the women’s T20 Cricket World Cup. . Initially, eight people were involved. The number of participants in the ICC T20 World Cup for Women has increased since 2014. The 2024 Women’s T20 Cricket World Cup will take place in Bangladesh.



Player M Catches Run Outs Stampings Dismissals
1 Taniya Bhatia    IN-W 5 6 0 4 10
2 Alyssa Healy    AU-W 6 3 0 4 7
3 Trisha Chetty    SA-W 4 2 1 2 4
4 Amy Jones       EN-W 4 2 0 2 4
5 Nigar Sultana    BANW 4 1 0 3 4
6 Sidra Nawaz    PK-W 4 1 0 2 3
7 Anushka Sanjeewani  SLW 4 1 0 2 3
8 Shemaine Campbelle  WIW 3 1 0 1 2
9 Nannapat Koncharoenkai  THAW 4 0 0 1 1

Anushka Sanjeewani  

Anushka Sanjeewani, a cricket player for Sri Lanka’s women’s team, was born on January 24, 1990. She participated in her debut One Day International on January 23, 2014, playing against India (ODI). In January 2020, she was added to Sri Lanka’s roster for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. She was a member of Sri Lanka’s squad for the competition that functioned as the qualifying round for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup, which took place in Zimbabwe in October 2021. She was chosen for Sri Lanka’s team in January 2022 in anticipation of the cricket Commonwealth Games qualification match in Malaysia. In July 2022, she was selected to play for Sri Lanka in the cricket sport at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, UK.

Nannapat Koncharoenkai

Nannapat Koncharoenkai, a cricket player from Thailand, was born on September 11, 2000. For the Thailand women’s national cricket team, she took part in the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier in February 2017. She debuted for Thailand in the Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) on June 3, 2018, in the Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup. After the match, the International Cricket Council recognized her as the team’s rising star from Thailand (ICC)

Amy Jones       

Amy Ellen Jones plays cricket for Warwickshire, Central Sparks, Birmingham Phoenix, and England as a right-handed batter and wicketkeeper. She debuted for England in 2013 and is now working for the ECB. Nat Sciver, the captain of England, chose to boycott the home white ball series against India on September 8 to “concentrate on her mental health and well-being as well as health.” During her absence, Jones was chosen to represent England in the WT20I and WODI series.

Nigar Sultana    

Nigar Sultana (21 June 1932 – 21 April 2000) was an Indian actress who acted in Hindi movies. She was born in India. She appeared in several films, such as Aag (1948), Patanga (1949), Sheesh Mahal (1950), Mirza Ghalib (1954), Yahudi (1958), Do Kaliyaan (1968), etc., but she is best remembered for playing “Bahar begum” in the historical epic Mughal-e-Azam (1960). She was the wife of the director K. Asif. She went dead in Mumbai, India, in May 2000.

Alyssa Jean Healy

Australian cricketer Alyssa Jean Healy (born on March 24, 1990) plays for the Sydney Sixers in the WBBL, the Australian women’s national team, and New South Wales in domestic competition. She made her debut abroad in February 2010. She keeps wicket and bats with her right hand. Her uncle, Ian Healy, who held the record for the most Test dismissals, was Australia’s Test wicket-keeper, and her father, Greg Healy, played for Queensland. Greg and Ian’s other uncle and brother Ken Healy was also a Queensland cricket player. Healy made history as the first female participant in a male-dominated competition for private schools in New South Wales in late 2006, which led to her first rise to fame.

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