All - Rounder Women in ODI Cricket

With the ascent of ladies' cricket, we have seen a ton of incredible all-rounders speaking to their separate nation. Here is a rundown of top 10 female all-rounders in ODI cricket.

ll-rounders have extraordinary significance in any group and in any match. They have the double obligation of performing with both bat and ball. It is a tumultuous assignment to bat in one inning and afterward exit to bowl in the other. 

With the ascent of ladies' cricket, we have seen a ton of extraordinary all-rounders speaking to their individual nation.

Here is a rundown of top 10 female all-rounders in ODI cricket.


Shikha Pandey (India):

She is a right-gave hitter and a right-arm pacer. She made her ODI debut in 2014, ICC Women's Championship. Her first match was against England, where she scored 21 off 14 balls yet went wicketless. 
 


Deepti Sharma (India):

She is a left-gave hitter and right-arm off-break bowler. She made her ODI debut against South Africa in 2014's ICC Women's Championship, which was held in India. With the bat, she could just score 1 off 18 balls while she took 2 wickets giving 35 runs. 


Ellyse Perry (Australia): 

She is one of the most commended player in ladies' cricket. Perry is a right-gave hitter and right-arm pacer. She made her ODI debut in 2007 against New Zealand in the second ODI of the Rose Bowl arrangement. The then 16-year old removed 2 wickets while giving 37 runs. In a similar match, she scored 19 off 20 balls.


Marizanne Kapp (South Africa):

She is a right-gave hitter and right-arm pacer. She made her ODI debut in 2009 against Australia in ICC Women's World Cup. Her presentation coordinate was not an energizing one as she got no wicket and score only 7 off 6 balls. 
 


Stafanie Taylor (West Indies):

She is skipper of her group and a helpful all-rounder. She is a right-gave hitter and right-arm off-break bowler. She made her ODI debut in 2008 against Ireland. She scored 14 off 22 balls yet didn't find a workable pace that match. 
 


Dane van Niekerk (South Africa):

She is a right-gave player and a leg-break bowler. She appeared in ODI's during ICC Women's Championship 2009. Her first match was against the West Indies, where she scored just 1 off 5 balls and removed 1 wicket while giving 24 runs. 
 


Sofie Devine (New Zealand):

She is a right-gave hitter and a right-arm pacer. She made her presentation against Australia in 2006. While she scored 6 off 29 balls, she took 1 wicket giving 34 runs. 
 


Jess Jonassen (Australia):

She is a left-gave player and moderate left-arm conventional bowler. She made her ODI debut against New Zealand in 2012. Lamentably, the match finished with no outcome. 
 


Sana Mir (Pakistan): 

This previous Pakistani commander is a right-gave hitter and right-arm off-break bowler. She made her ODI debut in 2005 against Sri Lanka in Women's Asia Cup. In that match, she scored 23 off 55 balls and abandoned taking any wicket. 
 


Natalie Sciver (England): 

She is a right-gave hitter and right-arm pacer. She made her ODI debut against Pakistan in 2013. She scored 3 off 5 balls and took 1 wicket.