5 Fascinating and Lesser-Known Facts About Women's Cricket!

First International Match:

The first recorded women's cricket match took place in 1745, proving that women's involvement in cricket predates the modern era.

Women's Ashes

The Women's Ashes series between England and Australia predates the men's series by nearly 30 years, with the first series held in 1934-35.

Leading Wicket-Taker

Jhulan Goswami from India holds the record for the most wickets in women's ODIs, showcasing the formidable talent of Indian women in cricket.

Nine Consecutive Centuries

Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry has an astonishing record of scoring nine consecutive international centuries across formats.

Celebrating Diversity

Women's cricket is becoming increasingly diverse, with players from a wide range of countries like Ireland, Nepal, and Scotland making their mark on the international stage.