Top 10 Hottest & Most Beautiful Women Cricketers in the World
Women’s Cricket is becoming popular day by day, and its popularity has increased especially following the 2017 World Cup. Fans of cricket love their game as well as their beauty. Some of the hottest female cricketers are very well-known worldwide. Some of them are so pretty that they look like a model or an actress. Let’s see the top 10 most beautiful women cricketers in the world.
1. Kainat Imtiaz
In 2010 Kainat debuted internationally for Pakistan National Team as a fast bowler and had been around for a long time. But she didn’t represent Pakistan in as many games as she would want due to her inconsistent performance.
In addition, she is also the vice-captain of the SaifSaga Sports Club women’s cricket team. At the 2010 Asian games, she was a part of the gold-winning squad.
2. Holly Ferling
Holly Ferling is an Australian cricketer, she debuted long back in 2013. In domestic circuit bowling, she was quite remarkable. But at the greatest level, she could not impress. As many wickets as predicted, Ferling could not bag and was cast off the side.
She last played in 2016. Though she worked hard on her game and in the Women Big Bash Leagues had a few outstanding performances. She is still in fans’ minds because of her looks which made her second on our list of the world’s most beautiful women cricketers.
3. Ellyse Perry
Ellyse Perry debuted for Australia at a very young age. She is perhaps one of the best cricketing women ever to enjoy the sport. Ellyse is an all-rounder, she is very competent with both bat and ball. Perry is doing great at the international level and considered one of the best women cricketers in the world.
She also has a passion for football and represented Australia at the highest level.
4. Cecelia Joyce
Cecelia Joyce has played 57 ODIs and 43 T20Is, a former cricketer in Ireland. She retired in 2018 and is a really excellent cricketer. Joyce debuted in 2001 with her twin sister Isobel Joyce who has also played for Ireland National Team.
She hailed from a cricketing group and was popular among fans for her beauty. One of the most beautiful women cricketers ever, Joyce has three brothers all played for Ireland: Dominick Joyce, Ed Joyce and Gus Joyce.
5. Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor represented England as an aggressive opening batsman and wicketkeeper. Taylor is said to the best female wicketkeeper there ever was. She was awarded the T20I Women’s Cricketer of the Year for two consecutive years in 2012 and 2014. In addition, she earned the ODI Cricketer of the Award of the Year by the ICC Women in 2014.
As wicketkeeper for Northern Districts in 2015, Sarah became the first woman who played cricket men’s in Australia. In 2017, this beautiful women cricketer was recognised as ODI Women’s Team for ICC Women’s ODI of the Year for Sussex in domestic cricket.
6. Kate Cross
Kathryn Cross is one of the essential players of the England team. She had been admitted at the Lancashire Academy as the first women cricketer. In 2011 Kate had been called up for the England national side.
Kate has managed to establish her name in the England team despite tremendous competition amongst the pacers. She was one of the first cricketers to have a full-time contract with England.
7. Laura Marsh
Laura Marsh is also a gorgeous and amazing bowler from England and is recognised as one of the greatest female cricket spinners. Anyone on every day can stumble on their incredible beauty. She began her career as a pace bowler, but she succeeded really by switching to spin.
8. Smriti Mandhana
After making her debut, Smriti Mandhana went viral and became the national crush of India. Right now, She is the most beautiful Indian woman cricketer. In 2018, she was appointed BCCI’s Best Women’s International Cricketer.
She received the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Award during the same year from the ICC for the finest female cricketer of the year.
The apex cricket council even selected Mandana as the year’s ODI player. She is one of India’s first cricketers to sign a WBBL and the first Indian player in the Kia Super League.
9. Isa Guha
Isa Guha is a former English cricketer. She played for The England National team as a medium pace bowler. At the age of 16, she began her career, and in 2002 she played against India. She retired after a short career, and now she is on the commentary panel, being one of the best female commentators.
10. Suné Luus
Suné Luus made her international debut in 2012 for South Africa. After Heather Knight, she is the only cricket to hit half a century in a single game and take a five-wire shuttle. In 2017, the South African beauty was awarded by the Southern African Cricket Committee.