November 20, 2018
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Ten most beautiful women’s cricketer in the world

You must have heard of beauty with brain but rarely would have come across beauty with skills which fits for our women’s cricketers. These women’s showcase their cricketing skills on the field with their grace that steals so many hearts and can give a run to any top actress for their money. On that note, here’s a look at the most beautiful women’s cricketer in the world.

10- Isa Guha- England

Guha had played for England for over 10 years.

9- Sarah Taylor- England

England’s opening bats-woman and wicket-keepe is one of the most admired woman’s cricketer in the world.

8- Holly Ferling- Australia

This Australian pacer made her domestic debut at the age of 14 and claimed a hat-trick in the first three balls.

7- Cecelia Joyce- Ireland

The 35-year-old Irish lady has been serving the country from 2001 and is an integral part of the team currently.

6- Mithali Raj- India

Silent assassin on the field and a woman with beautiful looks off-the field, that’s India’s ODI and test captain for you.

5- Dane van Niekerk– South Africa

Dane is the captain of South Africa women’s cricket team across all three formats since 2016.

4- Jahanara Alam- Bangladesh

Alam is the current captain of Bangladesh women’s cricket team

3- Sana Mir- Pakistan

Mir has led Pakistan women’s cricket team to golden success in 2010 and 2014 Asian Games.

2- Elysse Perry- Australia

Perry is the only sports woman to play a cricket and football world cup. She has glorious track record in both the sporting events.

1- Smriti Mandhana- India

Mandhana continues to steal the heart of many and is allready a captaincy prodigy of future for the Indian women’s team.

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