The last few years have seen a rapid growth in Women’s cricket all around the world. More and more people are finding interest and women’s cricket is gaining momentum. Many methods are also implemented to keep this trend running.
One of them is inclusion of women’s cricket in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Another step is the advent of more and more T20 leagues. Apart from that the women cricketers have also gained popularity because of their beauty and charm.
There are many beautiful women cricketer all around the globe. Their looks have attracted many fans and has contributed to a massive push towards the game. Apart from that these beautiful women cricketer have also played exciting brand of cricket. As a result their fan following gets increasing day by day.
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Here is the list of 10 beautiful women cricketers from all over the world:
10. Holly Ferling
Ferling made her international debut for Australia way back in 2013. Her quick bowling in the domestic circuit caught the eye of many people. She has got a good height which she uses as an advantage to extract extra bounce from the pitch.
However this beautiful women cricketer couldn’t impress much at the highest level. She failed to bag many wickets and as a result she was ousted from the national side.
The 23-year-old Ferling last played for Australia back in 2016. However she is working very hard to improve her game. In recent times in the Women’s Big Bash League, Ferling had some impressive outings.
9. Taniya Bhatia
For those who follow women’s cricket, Taniya Bhatia from India is a very familiar name. Born in Punjab, this beautiful women cricketer won many people’s heart with her looks.
In 2018, the wicket-keeper batsman was named as one of the Breakout Stars by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Taniya has cricket in her blood as he comes from a cricketing family background. Her father Sanjay Bhatia was an all India University level cricketer.
In her younger days, Taniya was trained by Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh. Later she improved her skills under the guidance of pacer RP Singh. In 2018, Taniya debuted for her country and since then she has been an integral part of the team.