Top 10 Most Beautiful Women Cricketers In the world

That’s a very impressive list of the top 10 beautiful female cricketers in the cricket world. These are some beautiful girls who earn a big amount and enjoy passion relative success in their goal. In the world of humanity, don’t underestimate the power of women. These girls can easily knock your pride down with their bouncer as well as their handsome looks.

  • Ellyse Perry



Ellyse Alexandra Perry was born on 3 November 1990 in the Sydney Suburb of Wahroonga. She has also attended the Bee Croft Primary School and Pymble Ladies College. She is one of the beautiful women in the sports field. Perry is a member of the Australian team. She is also captain of the Australia team. Perry is a good boiler with a good technique. She is also a good bating player. She is the youngest girl to participate in Australia in cricket and the first Australian to have participated in both cricket and soccer World Cups. Alexander is proficient and beautiful that can attract anyone with her wonderful looks and fabulous beauty. It looks like she has a terrific profession forward and will not look back from where she is now.




  • Sana Mir


Sana Mir was born on 5 January 1986 in the  Pakistan city of Kashmir. Sana is a Pakistani cricketer woman. She served a captain of the Pakistani National Women’s cricket team in ODIs & T20Is. Sana is the most beautiful women in her team. She has a rank on Google list number 2.Sana is the most beautiful and smart lady in the cricket world. Sana also played in 226 International Match for the Pakistan team. Who is including 137 matches of those as a captain of the Pakistan team,

She is one of the best bowler, who is got the 100 Wickets for the Pakistani team in WODIs. Sana Mir in October 2018. Sana became the first Pakistan cricketer women, who got the number 1 rank in ICC ODI bowler ranking. She has also got two 2 gold medals in Asian Games 2010 & 2014. Sana had been in the top 15 ICC ranking for the last nine years. During his Captaincy, eight players from Pakistan made it into the top twenty of the ICC rankings. Sana Mir in February 2017, During the 2017 Women Cricket World Cup Qualifier, Sana became the first Pakistani woman to get 100 wickets in WODIs.After Announced her retirement from international women’s cricket. Then Bismah Maroof was made a captain of the Pakistani women ODI team. Sana was retired from international women’s cricket on 25 April 2020.




  • Rosalie Ann Birch

Rosalie is the full name of Rosalie Ann Birch and her nickname is cheesy. Rosalie Ann was born on December 06, 1983. Rosalie representing the national team of England. She is a beautiful woman in the team of England. Rosalie is the role of all-rounder of her team and Rosalie best role in batting is right-handed. Cheesy is an English cricketer who is known for her special beauty and fantastic off break spin bowling. Furthermore, Rosalie also plays as a good all-rounder for her team. Since her debut, Cheesy has played for England in 7 Test matches, 5 WT20I, and 37 WODI, WLA 185. She has a shirt number is 21 in an ODI.





  • Holly Lee Ferling

Holly is the full name of Holly Lee Ferling and her nickname is Bambi. Holly Lee Ferling was born on 22 December 1995 in Kingaroy Queensland, Australia. Holly Lee Ferling is an Australian Cricketer woman. She is a pretty lady in the Australian team. She became her debut for the Australia National Women’s cricket team in 2013 and currently plays for the Melbourne Stars and Queensland Fire in Australia in Domestic Competition.


Holly Ferling is a right-arm fast-medium bowler of the Australian Cricket Women Team and right-handed batter. Bambi is a right-arm-medium paced bowler of the Australian team. Bambi became 4 appearances During the 2013 women is the cricket world cup, She is taking 9 wickets at an average of 10.55 placing her second on the bowling averages tables. Holly was named as the twelfth player in the team of the tournament, selected by an ICC. Bambi at the age of 14. Bambi became her debut in the men’s grade cricket in Australia and got a hat trick with her first 3 good balls. Holly later became the first woman to be named as the Australia junior cricketer of the year. Ferling In June 2015, Holly was named as one of Australia’s touring party for the 2015 Women’s Ashes in England, after a period of injury.



  •  Sarah Jane Taylor

Sarah Jane Taylor was born on 20 May 1989 in Whitechapel London, England. Sarah is the most beautiful lady in the cricket world. Sarah is an English Cricketer woman in the England team. She is currently playing for Sussex and Northen high Diamonds. Sarah appeared in ten test matches and 126 One Day Internationals and 90 T20 internationals for England in 2006. Sarah was a good wicket-keeper-batter known for her free-flowing stroke play, Sarah Jane Taylor was retired from international women’s cricket in 2019 due to an anxiety problem.


  • Harmanpreet Kaur Bhullar

She is the full name of Harman Kaur Bhullar and her nickname is Harman. She was born on 8 March 1989 in Moga Punjab India. Harman is an Indian Cricketer. Harmanpreet Kaur serves as the captain of the Indian international women’s cricket team in T20Is. Harman plays the role of an all-rounder in the Indian international women’s cricket team. She got awarded the prestigious Arjuna Award for Cricket in the year 2017 by the ministry of youth affairs and the sports world. Harman in November 2018, Harmanpreet made the first woman in the Indian team to score a good century in a women’s Twenty20 international women cricket match.

Harman on October 2019 during the Matches against South Africa, Harmanpreet selected the first cricketer woman from India, male and female to play in hundreds of International Twenty20 matches. Harman has a shirt number is 07 in an ODI.



  •  Isa Tara Guha

Isa Tara Guha was born on 21 May 1985 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire England. She is one of the beautiful women in the cricket world. Isa Tara is an English cricketer commentator, Radio, Television Cricket broadcaster, and she is a former England cricketer. Isa Tara played in the 2005 World cup and the 2009 world cup of international women’s cricket. Isa plays with the right arm and her bowling style is the fast-medium bowler Tara appeared in eight Test Matches, 83 ODI and 22 T20 internationals for England between 2001 & 2011. Isa Tara also played domestic cricket for Thames Valley and Berkshire. . Isa Tara Guha has a shirt number is 19 in an ODI.


  • Leah joy Poulton

Leah joy Poulton was born on 27 February 1984 in Australia. Joy is an Australian Cricketer. Leah plays for New South Wales and Australia team. She Poulton is the best batsman in the Australian team. She usually plays batting first. She is not famous for her batting. Leah is one of the beautiful girls in her team. She looks very perfect. Poulton joy belongs to Elermore Vale in the New South Wales coastal city of Newcastle; she is represented to the Wallsend cricket club in the city. Leah was attended Lambton High School and outward of cricket; Leah was done a job as a Physical Education Teacher.


  •  Laura Alexandra Marsh

Laura’s full name is Laura Alexandra March and her nickname is boggy. Laura was born on 5 December 1986 in Pembury, Kent, England. She is a beautiful lady in the cricket world. Laura is an English former Cricketer. She started playing cricket at 11 age and started her career as a good medium pacer bowler and she got good success in her career.  Laura played cricket for Kent Women.

She represents the rubies and became the first cricketer in her Test debut against India in 2006. Laura March was a member of the England women’s team. Laura was got the women’s cricket world cup in 2009 and 2017. She has announced her retirement from international women’s cricket in December 2019.


  •  Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana

Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana was born on 18 July 1996 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She is an Indian Cricket girl. Shriniwas is playing for the Indian women‘s international cricket team. She is June 2018 the BCCI named her as the good women’s international cricketer. She got the awarded international cricket council for the all-time best female cricketer of the year. She was also named the ODI player of the year by the international cricket council at the same time.







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