Video Transcription

Cricket is considered a religion in India. There is a lot of craze about cricket in India. There are many female cricketers whose beauty is discussed all over the world.

Here are 5 most beautiful female cricketers in the world

Smriti Mandhana

Smriti Mandhana was born on July 18th, 1996 in Mumbai. She was a part of the Maharashtra under-15 team at the age of nine and the Maharashtra under-19 team at the age of 11. She wears Jersey 18 as it’s her birth date. Smriti was only 17 when she played her debut ODI And she was18 years of age when she represented the country. Smriti was the first Indian woman to score a double hundred in a one-day game.

Ellyse Perry

Australian cricketer Ellyse Parry was born on 3 November 1990. Ellyse Parry started playing cricket at the age of 16. She is the youngest Australian to make an ODI debut. Ellyse also plays football. She competed in the roster for the 2008 Olympic qualifier for the Australian National Football Team. In 2016, Ellyse Parry was awarded the Wisdom Cricketer of the Year award

Harleen Deol

Harleen Deol was born on 21st June 1998 in Chandigarh. Her father is a businessman and her mother is a government employee. At the age of 12, she was selected for the state team

In 2010, she made her Domestic cricket debut for Punjab. In 2013, she made her T20 debut for Himachal Pradesh. In 2019, Harleen made her international and ODI debut against England. In the following year, she was named for the 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup.

Sarah Taylor

Sarah Taylor is an English cricketer. She is a wicket keeper-batter known for her free flowing stroke play. Sarah Taylor was born in May 20, 1989. Her real name is Sarah Jane Taylor. In 2014, she was named as the ICC Women’s One Day International Cricketer of the Year

Kainaaz Imtiaz

Kainat Imtiaz is a Pakistani cricket player. She was born on 21 June 1992 in Karachi. Her early education started at Aga Khan School. During the 2005 Women’s Asia Cup in Pakistan, Kainat met Indian fast bowler Jhulan Goswami and decided to become a fast bowler.

In October 2021, she was named to Pakistan’s team for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament in Zimbabwe.