List of England women Twenty20 International cricketers

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This is a list of English women Twenty20 International cricketers. A Twenty20 International is an international cricket match between two representative teams, each having Twenty20 International (T20I) status, as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC). A T20I is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket.

Contents

The list is arranged in the order in which each player won her first Twenty20 cap. Where more than one player won her first Twenty20 cap in the same match, those players are listed alphabetically by surname.

Key

General

Batting

Bowling

Fielding

Players

Statistics are correct as of 30 September 2020. [3] [4] [5]
England women's T20I cricketers
General Batting Bowling Fielding Ref
No.NameFirstLastMat Runs HS Avg 50s100s Balls Wkt BBI Ave Ca St
1 Rosalie Birch 20042008427116.75004854/277.8010 [6]
2 Clare Connor  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200420052159*15.000036020 [7]
3 Charlotte Edwards  Double-dagger-14-plain.png2004201695260592*32.9712030393/2136.66160 [8]
4 Lydia Greenway 2004201685119280*24.3220540 [9]
5 Isa Guha 20042011223913*7.8000459183/2125.0540 [10]
6 Jenny Gunn  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200420181046826913.91101385755/1819.82560 [11]
7 Laura Newton 200420063322410.660024020 [12]
8 Lucy Pearson 2004200412411/2323.0000 [13]
9 Nicky Shaw  Double-dagger-14-plain.png20042010228312*11.8500456193/1722.7850 [14]
10 Jane Smit  Dagger-14-plain.png20042008411*0031 [15]
11 Claire Taylor  Dagger-14-plain.png200420112761576*27.9530122 [16]
12 Arran Brindle 200520143537342*23.3100453223/1117.45130 [17]
13 Katherine Brunt 200520208749342*17.00001885893/619.39240 [18]
14 Beth Morgan 200520112830046*15.00008252/820.8080 [19]
15 Lynsey Askew 200620086111.000012662/136.0000 [20]
16 Caroline Atkins 20062011195620*5.600020 [21]
17 Sarah Taylor  Dagger-14-plain.png200620199021777729.021602351 [22]
18 Holly Colvin 20072013509118*13.00001121634/915.41190 [23]
19 Laura Marsh 20072019677555416.41101497643/1220.6470 [24]
20 Charlie Russell 20072007122*0024000 [25]
21 Ebony-Jewel Rainford-Brent 2008201075323*8.830000 [26]
22 Anya Shrubsole 20082020781042911.550015741025/1115.29200 [27]
23 Tammy Beaumont  Dagger-14-plain.png2009202088138211622.2971144 [28]
24 Danielle Hazell 200920188518818*8.95001905854/1220.75110 [29]
25 Danielle Wyatt 20102020113163012419.6372759464/1115.54270 [30]
26 Beth MacGregor 20102010300*005411/2842.0010 [31]
27 Susie Rowe 201020132212629*21.000040 [32]
28 Fran Wilson 201020202932543*20.310070 [33]
29 Heather Knight  Double-dagger-14-plain.png20102020791256108*22.8341525203/925.00260 [34]
30 Lauren Griffiths  Dagger-14-plain.png2011201151085.000000 [35]
31 Georgia Elwiss 201120191429189.660016382/920.1230 [36]
32 Natasha Farrant 201320181473*7.0000296112/1527.0910 [37]
33 Amy Jones  Dagger-14-plain.png20132020547768919.89502216 [38]
34 Natalie Sciver 201320208015358225.58901134624/1519.38400 [39]
35 Lauren Winfield 20132020405527422.0830160 [40]
36 Kathryn Cross 201320191300*00264112/1826.9030 [41]
37 Beth Langston 2013201324811/1644.0010 [42]
38 Jodie Dibble 201420141000.000012000 [43]
39 Rebecca Grundy 201420161242*-00264112/1321.6340 [44]
40 Sophie Ecclestone 20162020396517*13.0000873564/1815.46100 [45]
41 Alex Hartley 20162019422*007032/1926.3300 [46]
42 Alice Davidson-Richards 20182018528249.330024020 [47]
43 Katie George 201820195000.00007821/2258.5000 [48]
44 Bryony Smith 20182018316155.330000 [49]
45 Sophia Dunkley 2018202012523517.33002411/613.0040 [50]
46 Kirstie Gordon 20182018511*0011483/1612.5500 [51]
47 Linsey Smith 201820199186133/1814.4600 [52]
48 Freya Davies 20192020815682/1819.7520 [53]
49 Mady Villiers 20192020911*0013272/1020.4230 [54]
50 Sarah Glenn 2019202015462615.3300312223/1512.6330 [55]

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