Women’s Super Smash 2023-24: Top run-getters and wicket-takers after Otago Sparks vs Central Hinds (Updated) ft. Suzie Bates and Emma Black

Updated list of most run scorers and wicket-takers in Women
Updated list of most run scorers and wicket-takers in Women's Super Smash

Otago Sparks registered a six-wicket win over Central Hinds in the 27th game of Women's Super Smash 2023-24 at University Oval in Dunedin.

After losing the toss, Central Hinds were tasked with batting first. Emma McLeod (23), Rosemary Mair (32), and Claudia Green (15*) were the only players to cross the double-digit scores. Hinds could rack up only 107/7 in 20 overs.

Emma Black picked up a four-wicket haul, conceding just 17 runs in four overs. Linsey Smith claimed two wickets with 14 runs in four overs while Eden Carson bagged a wicket.

In the chase, Otago Sparks skipper Suzie Bates continued her good form, scoring 44 runs off 29 balls with eight fours. Bella James (19) and Felicity Leydon-Davis (20) played vital knocks to take their side home with 3.3 overs to spare.

To elaborate further, let’s take a look at the leading run-getters and wicket-takers of the ongoing Women’s Super Smash 2023-24.

Women’s Super Smash 2023-24 Most Runs List

1SW Bates (OTG-W)99339084*65339115.04-3-511
2AC Kerr (WEL-W)8833548870.8277127.79-4-442
3ML Green (AK-W)66127977*55.8248112.5-2-300
4HJ Armitage (CD-W)8802194727.37196111.73---281
5FL Mackay (CAN-W)8701915127.2819995.97-2-161
6KG Anderson (CAN-W)8801804322.5166108.43---260
7GE Plimmer (WEL-W)88516943*56.33165102.42---110
8AMCJK Athapaththu (ND-W)6601585826.33118133.89-11263
9HM Rowe (CD-W)8821534325.516195.03--1131
10IR James (OTG-W)9901533917147104.08--3201

Otago Sparks skipper Suzie Bates climbed one spot up to secure the pole position on the run-scoring charts, accumulating 390 runs from nine innings with three fifty-plus scores. Amelia Kerr, the Wellington Blaze skipper, slid one spot down to the second position with 354 runs from eight innings.

Maddy Green, the Auckland Hearts captain, settled with the third rank, scoring 279 runs from six innings at an average of 55.8. Hollie Armitage (219), Frances Mackay (191), and Kate Anderson (180) retained their fourth, fifth, and sixth slots, respectively.

Georgia Plimmer (169), Chamari Athapaththu (158), and Hannah Rowe (153) hold seventh, eighth, and ninth ranks respectively. Otago's Bella James moved up from 12th to 10th rank, racking up 153 runs at an average of 17.

Women’s Super Smash 2023-24 Most Wickets List

Sr. NoPlayerMatInnsBallsOversMdnsRunsWktsBBIAveEconSR45
1AC Kerr (WEL-W)88192321146185/108.114.5610.66-2
2LM Kasperek (WEL-W)88186311169133/16135.4514.3--
3EJ Black (OTG-W)9919833-192134/1714.765.8115.231-
4SE Bowden (AK-W)559616-122104/1812.27.629.61-
5LMM Tahuhu (CAN-W)7715025114393/1015.885.7216.66--
6MW Downes (ND-W)8816227-14792/1016.335.4418--
7XA Jetly (WEL-W)8818631217893/2819.775.7420.66--
8SR Asmussen (CAN-W)8818631-18093/16205.820.66--
9EJ Carson (OTG-W)9919232-18993/15215.921.33--
10RA Mair (CD-W)8818030-19293/1821.336.420--

Wellington Blaze captain Amelia Kerr has scalped 18 wickets from eight innings. Her colleague Leigh Kasperek picked up 13 wickets from eight innings to hold the second position at an average of 13.

Emma Black (13) moved up from seventh to third rank at 14.76. Auckland Hearts bowler Skye Bowden moved one spot down to secure the fourth position with 10 wickets at 12.2.

Lea Tahuhu (9) and Marama Downes (9) slipped one position each to occupy the fifth and sixth ranks at 15.88 and 16.33, respectively. Xara Jetly (9) climbed one spot up to make it to the seventh rank at 19.77.

Sarah Asmussen (9) climbed up one rank to hold the eighth position at 20. Eden Carson (9) ascended from 12th to ninth position with an average of 21. Rosemary Mair (9) descended from sixth to 10th spot at 21.33.

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Edited by Aniket Rai
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