Today we discuss the batters with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010. Bowling is one of the most important factors that majorly determines the team’s capability to win a particular match it is not always that if any team has good batsman’s then only that team can win bowling significantly becomes an important factor if some team have elected to bat first and do not score a big run and now they have to stop the later team to chase that score then really bowling play a major role.
Though many people are more interested when the team is batting in 2010 bowling was one of the most major factors that dominated the batsmen’s. We came to see many matches where only due to good bowling figures the team won a particular match.
In the 2010 Women’s World T20 championship we came to see brilliant bowling efforts by different bowlers of each country in many matches we saw that because of them the particular have won the match, It is very much rare to see that in 2010 Women’s World T20 championship the bowlers were dominating the matches. Here are the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010.
Priyanka is one of the talented leg break bowlers of the Indian Women’s International team she started her career in the year 2008 when she played her first ODI international against Sri Lanka. She had played more than 27 one day internationals for team India.
In the 2010 Women’s International world cup she showcased her bowling efforts in front of everyone, Priyanka bowled well throughout the tournament and thus bagged 6 wickets playing only in 6 matches and became the fifth among the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010 championship.
She is one of the most talented all-rounders of the Sri Lankan International Women’s cricket team Seneviratne is the first player of Sri Lanka to score a century in the international test series against Pakistan She is also a Right-arm bowler majorly known for her wicket to wicket bowling, in the 2010 Women’s World International championship she was amazing and bowled well throughout the tournament she bagged 7 wickets playing only in 4 matches and she was the fourth among the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010 championship.
Ellyse Perry is one of the most talented players of Australia she made a record of being selected in both the national cricket team as well as the national football team at a small age of 16. She is also an all-rounder of the Australian international team, Perry has got such a talent in both batting and bowling she took more than 100 Wickets in the T20 internationals and scored more than 1,000 runs.
In the 2010 Women’s International World championship the audience was amazed by seeing her bowling talents in 5 matches see took 8 wickets and thus she became the third among the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010 championship.
Nicola Browne is one of the most famous all-rounders of New Zealand; she was the player of the series of the 2009 Women’s World cup championship. She played remarkably well throughout the tournament and took 9 Wickets in 5 matches so she was also the second among the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010 championship.
Diana David, one of the famous bowlers of India who started her career in 2006 and joined the Indian women’s international team, is an all-rounder.
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David is a right-hand batswoman and is a right-arm off-break spinner. In the 2010 Women’s international World championship she took 9 wickets in only 5 matches with the best bowling record of 3/18, she made a record in the 2010 Women’s World Cup as a most wicket-taker, Diana is one of the most talented bowlers of India on whom the whole international team depends. She, thus, led the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2010 championship.
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