ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2023 Stats

1 L Wolvaardt South Africa Women 6 6 230 46.00 106.48 22 5 0 3 1 66
2 NR Sciver England Women 5 5 216 54.00 141.18 28 2 0 1 1 50
3 Beth Mooney Australia Women 6 6 206 51.50 117.71 26 2 0 3 2 74
4 Alyssa Healy Australia Women 5 5 189 47.25 115.95 25 2 0 1 1 54
5 T Brits South Africa Women 6 6 186 37.20 103.91 19 3 0 2 1 68
6 Smriti Mandhana India Women 4 4 151 37.75 138.53 18 4 0 2 0 87
7 Meg Lanning Australia Women 6 5 149 49.67 113.74 16 2 0 0 2 49
8 SW Bates New Zealand Women 4 4 137 45.67 121.24 13 1 0 2 1 81
9 Richa Ghosh India Women 5 5 136 68.00 130.77 15 2 0 0 3 47
10 Hayley Matthews West Indies Women 4 4 130 32.50 116.07 19 1 0 0 0 42
Updated till the last completed match

ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2023 Stats

The Women's T20 World Cup 2020 is scheduled to start from February 10th, 2023. It is going to be the Eighth edition of the Women's T20 World Cup. With Australia coming into this tournament as the defending champions, a total of 23 matches will be played amongst 10 countries. It will be an opportunity for the players from all these 10 participating nations to make and break Women's T20 World Cup 2023 stats in this World Cup.

Women's T20 World Cup : Batting Stats

Women's T20 World Cup : Most Runs

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SW Bates (NZ-W)2009-202032929
SR Taylor (WI-W)2009-202029881
MM Lanning (AUS-W)2012-202029843
CM Edwards (ENG-W)2009-201624768
AJ Healy (AUS-W)2010-202034752
M Raj (IND-W)2009-201824726
SFM Devine (NZ-W)2009-202028652
DJS Dottin (WI-W)2009-202030650
AC Jayangani (SL-W)2009-202024548
SJ Taylor (ENG-W)2009-201624541

Suzie Bates from New Zealand holds the record of most runs in Women's T20 World Cup. She had scored 929 runs in 32 matches. This came during her career span which lasted from 2009-2020. She is followed by Stafanie Taylor from West Indies and Charlotte Edwards from England with 881 and 843 runs respectively.

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Individual Score

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PlayerScoreBalls4s6sStrike RateTeamVersusDate
MM Lanning12665184193.84AUS Womenv IRE Women27 Mar 2014
DJS Dottin112*4579248.88WI Womenv SA Women5 May 2010
HC Knight108*66134163.63ENG Womenv Thailand Women26 Feb 2020
H Kaur1035178201.96India Womenv NZ Women9 Nov 2018
L Lee10160163168.33SA Womenv Thailand Women28 Feb 2020
SW Bates94*6182154.09NZ Womenv PAK Women27 Mar 2014
D van Niekerk90*66131136.36SA Womenv PAK Women23 Mar 2014
EJ Villani90*5465166.66AUS Womenv PAK Women29 Mar 2014
AL Watkins89*58102153.44NZ Womenv India Women18 Jun 2009
SJ McGlashan845562152.72NZ Womenv WI Women14 May 2010

Meg Lanning of Australia scored 126 runs off 65 balls against Ireland. It is the best individual score in Women's T20 World Cup. Meg smashed the ball all around the park in her innings against Ireland on 27 March, 2014 to establish this record. At the second spot is Windies player Deandra Dottin’s knock of 112* which came against South Africa in the 2010 edition. England’s Heather Knight scored 108* runs versus Thailand in the previous edition of the tournament, which is the third highest score in the list. 

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Batting Average

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M Raj (IND-W)2009-20182472640.33
BL Mooney (AUS-W)2016-20201740240.20
MM Lanning (AUS-W)2012-20202984338.31
SR Taylor (WI-W)2009-20202988138.30
CM Edwards (ENG-W)2009-20162476836.57
AL Watkins (NZ-W)2009-20101026533.12
PG Raut (IND-W)2009-20141537531.25
SW Bates (NZ-W)2009-20203292930.96
RL Haynes (AUS-W)2012-20201618530.83
HC Knight (ENG-W)2014-20201936930.75

Mithali Raj of India has an average of 40.33, the best in Women's T20 World Cup so far. She scored 726 runs in 24 matches with 5 half-centuries to her name. Raj is closely followed by Beth Mooneyfrom Australia with an average of 40.20. While the third spot is reserved by Meg Lanning from Australia as well with a batting average of 38.31.

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Batting Strike Rate

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PlayerSpanMatchesRunsStrike Rate
CL Tryon (SA-W)2010-202019246135.16
AJ Healy (AUS-W)2010-202034752131.92
SC Taylor (ENG-W)2009-20108223128.90
RL Haynes (AUS-W)2012-202016185127.58
AL Watkins (NZ-W)2009-201010265125.59
S Nitschke (AUS-W)2009-20109221125.56
KJ Martin (NZ-W)2009-202024237124.08
DJS Dottin (WI-W)2009-202030650123.10
BL Mooney (AUS-W)2016-202017402119.28
SFM Devine (NZ-W)2009-202028652115.39

South African Chloe Tryon sits at the number 1 spot with the highest strike rate in all of T20 World Cups with 135.16. Allysa Healy from Australia comes in after her with a figure of 131.92. The third position is bagged by Claire Taylor with a batting strike rate of 128.90/

Women's T20 World Cup : Most fifties

SR Taylor (WI-W)2009-2020298816
SW Bates (NZ-W)2009-2020329296
M Raj (IND-W)2009-2018247265
CM Edwards (ENG-W)2009-2016247685
MM Lanning (AUS-W)2012-2020298434
AJ Healy (AUS-W)2010-2020347525
NR Sciver (ENG-W)2014-2020204154
DJS Dottin (WI-W)2009-2020306503
BL Mooney (AUS-W)2016-2020174023
PG Raut (IND-W)2009-2014153753
EJ Villani (AUS-W)2010-2018213703

Stefanie Taylor from West Indies has a total of six half-centuries to her name, the most by any batsman in Women's T20 World Cup. Taylor has this record shared with Suzie Bates who also has six fifties.

Women's T20 World Cup : Bowling Stats

Women's T20 World Cup : Most Wickets

A Shrubsole (ENG-W)2010-20202741
EA Perry (AUS-W)2009-20203637
S Ismail (SA-W)2009-20202635
SR Taylor (WI-W)2009-20202933
M Schutt (AUS-W)2016-20201830
SFM Devine (NZ-W)2009-20202829
Poonam Yadav (IND-W)2014-20201828
DJS Dottin (WI-W)2009-20203026
D van Niekerk (SA-W)2009-20202725
LM Kasperek (NZ-W)2016-20201322

The record for most wickets in Women's T20 World Cup is held by English player Anya Shrubsole. At the T20 World Cup she has taken 41 wickets from 27 matches. Aussie all-rounder Ellyse Perry is up next with 37 scalps in 36 games. Shabnim Ismail from South Africa has the 3rd most number of wickets in the competition’s history with 35 wickets in 26 matches.

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Economies

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MJG Nielsen (NZ-W)2012-201614114.31
LA Marsh (ENG-W)2009-201615194.45
KDU Prabodhani (SL-W)2009-202025214.78
M Kapp (SA-W)2009-202020174.91
SEA Ruck (NZ-W)2009-201213144.95
NR Sciver (ENG-W)2014-202020225.07
LC Sthalekar (AUS-W)2009-201214115.18
Salma Khatun (BD-W)2014-202017225.21
A Shrubsole (ENG-W)2010-202027415.32
J Goswami (IND-W)2009-201621105.36

New Zealand's spinner Morna Nielsen has the best economy rate of 4.31 in the Women's T20 World Cup. Laura Marsh from England is next in the list with figures of 4.45 in 15 matches. Udeshika Prabodhani, the Sri Lankan cricketer is at the third number with an economy of 4.78 in the championship.

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Bowling Average 

HL Colvin (ENG-W)2009-2012112011.85
M Schutt (AUS-W)2016-2020183011.86
DJS Dottin (WI-W)2009-2020302612.19
A Shrubsole (ENG-W)2010-2020274112.48
LM Kasperek (NZ-W)2016-2020132212.95
NR Sciver (ENG-W)2014-2020202213.13
Poonam Yadav (IND-W)2014-2020182813.82
LA Marsh (ENG-W)2009-2016151913.84
Salma Khatun (BD-W)2014-2020172214.40
JL Gunn (ENG-W)2009-2016241814.72

England bowler Holly Colvin has had the best average in the competition with a figure of just 11.85 in 11 matches. Megan Schutt from Australia has a bowling average of 11.86 in her 18 matches in the World Cup and thus holds the 2nd position. While Deandra Dottin from West Indies is third in the list with an average of 12.19 in 30 games.

Women's T20 World Cup : Best Bowling Figures

PlayerOversMaidensRunsWicketsEconomyTeamOpposition Date
DJS Dottin3.41551.36WI Womenv BDESH Women9 Nov 2018
S Luus4.00852.00SA Womenv IRE Women23 Mar 2016
P Roy3.501654.17India Womenv PAK Women13 Jun 2009
JL Hunter3.202256.60AUS Womenv WI Women5 Oct 2012
HL Colvin3.40942.45ENG Womenv PAK Women27 Sep 2012
DN Wyatt3.001143.66ENG Womenv SA Women9 May 2010
DP David4.001243.00India Womenv SL Women10 May 2010
DJS Dottin4.011243.00WI Womenv ENG Women24 Mar 2014
SR Taylor3.401243.27WI Womenv SA Women14 Nov 2018
NJ Browne4.001543.75NZ Womenv PAK Women10 May 2010
SF Daley4.001543.75WI Womenv SL Women28 Mar 2014

Deandra Dottin’s spell of 5/5 is the topmost performance by a bowler in a single innings of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. The Windies player achieved this feat in the 2018 match against Bangladesh. South Africa’s Sune Luus took 8/5 against Ireland in 2016 which makes her sit at the second spot in the tally. Priyanka Roy from India picked up 5/16 versus Pakistan in 2009 and is ranked third.