Today we discuss the bowlers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012. The 2012 Women’s World Championship was one of the most interesting and fascinating world cups till now where we came to see many bowling records created by different players from all over the country’s, we have seen various remarkable bowling economy in this particular world cup. It was a World cup that was interesting mainly for the audience they cannot leave their seats when the matches were going on in the 2012 Women’s World T20 championship.
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 person are more interested when the team in batting but in 2012 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. Here are the top 5 cricketers with the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
5. Ellyse Perry
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.
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In the 2012 Women’s International World championship the audience was amazed by seeing her bowling talents in 5 matches see took 6 wickets and thus she became the fifth on the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
4. Stafanie Taylor
She is the all-rounder of the International Women’s West Indian team, Taylor is a right-handed batswoman and a right-arm off-break bowler. She is the best off-break bowler for the West Indian team, Taylor had played more than 80 one day internationals for her team.
In the 2012 World cup championship, she took 6 wickets playing only in 4 matches with the best bowling record of 3/12. Fourth on the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
3. Erin Bermingham
Erin is a New Zealand cricketer who is a right-hand batswoman as well as a right-arm leg-break bowler she is the only player of New Zealand to play more than 70 one day international for her team.
In the 2012 Women’s World cup championship Erin mesmerized everyone with her bowling efforts, with her extreme confidence she bagged 7 wickets playing only in 4 matches with the best bowling record of 3/10. Third on the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
2. Holly Colvin
She is an English cricketer and belongs to the international women’s team of England, Colvin is a right-handed batswoman and a slow left-arm orthodox bowler who is majorly known for her line length bowling. She started her test career in the year 2005 against Australia, in the 2012 World cup international championship she showcased her amazing bowling talents in front of everyone and this helped England to win various matches in the tournament.
Colvin bagged 9 wickets in playing only in 5 matches with the best bowling record of 4/9. Second on the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
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1. Julie Hunter
She is one of the finest bowlers of the international women’s Australian team, Hunter is a right-hand batswoman and a right-hand fast bowler who is specifically known for her fast bowling. She had started her International career in the year 2010 against New Zealand, in the 2012 women’s world cup championship she bowled amazingly throughout the tournament, Hunter bagged 11 wickets playing only in 5 matches with the best bowling record of 5/22. Table topper on the most wickets in Womens World T20 2012.
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