Mithali Dorai Raj is an Indian cricketer and the former captain of the Indian womens national cricket team in Tests and ODIs. Often regarded as one of the greatest batswomen to have ever played the game, she is the highest run-scorer in womens international cricket and the only female cricketer to surpass the 6,000 run mark in WODIs and She is the first player to score seven consecutive 50s in ODIs. She also holds the record for most half-centuries in WODIs. She became the first player from India (either male or female) to score 2000 runs in T20Is, and also became the first woman cricketer to reach 2002 WT20I runs
Amelia Kerr is a New Zealand cricketer who plays for the New Zealand womens national cricket team. On 13 June 2018, Kerr made the highest individual score in a WODI match, and became the youngest cricketer, male or female, to score a double century in One Day International cricket, when she scored 232 not out against Ireland. The double century was also the third- highest individual score, male or female, in an ODI. Later in the same match, she also took 5 wickets for 17 runs, her first five-wicket haul in WODIs.
Belinda Jane Clark is an Australian former international cricketer, who played international cricket for Australian womens national team from 1991 to 2005. She was the first ever batter to score a double century in a womens One Day International when she scored 229* against Denmark womens team in 1997 World Cup, until recently as the record was broken on 13 June 2018 by Amelia Kerr of New Zealand who scored 232* against Ireland. She was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2011. Clark captained the Australian womens cricket team from 1994 to her retirement in 2005.
Shafali Verma is an Indian cricketer who plays for the India womens national cricket team. In September 2019, she was named in Indias Womens Twenty20 International (WT20I) squad for their series against South Africa. She was the youngest woman to play for India in a T20I match and in November 2019 against the West Indies, became the youngest woman for India to score a half- century in international cricket. Against the West Indies, she scored 158 runs in five matches, and was named the player of the series
India women’s cricket team openers Deepti Sharma and Poonam Raut became the first-ever pair to share a 300-run stand in an One-Day International. Theduo shared a 320-run stand as India women finished with 358 for three in 50overs against Ireland women at Potchefstroom during the quadrangular seriesin South Africa.Deepti made 188 off 160 balls, hitting 27 fours and two sixes while Poonammade 109 off 116 balls, with 11 fours
Diana Fram Edulji is a former Indian women's Test cricketer. Born in Mumbai to a Parsi family, she was drawn to sports at an early age. At that time women'scricket was becoming more popular in India. Diana then went on to play for theRailways and then the Indian national cricket team where she was a successful slow left-arm orthodox bowler. She played her first series in 1975. In 1978 shewas made the captain of the team. She remains the third highest wicket taker in Tests.Diana received India's then greatest sports honour award, the Arjuna Award in 1983. The Government of India awarded her the civilian honour of Padma Shriin 2002