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.
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.
The New Zealand women's national cricket team, nicknamed the White Ferns, represents New Zealand in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by New Zealand Cricket, a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Mithali Dorai Raj is an Indian cricketer and Test, ODI Captain of women's national cricket team. She is a right-handed opening Batswoman and occasional right-arm leg break bowler.
Charlotte Marie "Lottie" Edwards CBE is an English former professional cricketer who was captain of the England women's team. Edwards, who retired from international cricket in May 2016 and from all cricket in September 2017, was England's then youngest cricketer on her debut, and broke a world scoring record before her 18th birthday, one of many firsts in an international career of 20 years. Her leadership of the England team, from 2005, included successful Ashes series, and world titles in one-day and Twenty/20 formats of the game.
Sophie Frances Monique Devine is a New Zealand sportswoman, who has represented New Zealand in both cricket for the New Zealand national women's cricket team, and in field hockey as a member of the New Zealand women's national field hockey team. She has since focused on cricket. She is known for not wearing a helmet when batting, a rarity in 21st century cricket. In December 2017, she was named as one of the players in the ICC Women's T20I Team of the Year.
Anya Shrubsole is an English cricketer who is vice-captain of the England women's cricket team. A right-arm medium pace bowler and lower-order right-handed batsman, she plays domestic cricket for Berkshire Women and for Western Storm. She made her England debut in 2008, and was Player of the Match in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup Final. In 2018, she became the first woman to appear on the cover of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.
Stafanie Roxann Taylor, OD is a Jamaican cricketer who is current captain of West Indies women's cricket team. She has represented West Indies women's cricket team over 80 times since her debut in 2008. A right-handed batsman and off break bowler, Taylor was selected as the 2011 ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year – the first West Indian to receive the accolade. She was also the first woman to score 1,000 runs in ODIs for the West Indies.
Danielle Hazell is an English professional cricket coach and former player. She is currently the coach of English domestic team Northern Diamonds. As a player she was an off-spin bowler who batted right-handed. She represented England in all three formats of the game, playing 3 Test matches, 53 One Day Internationals and 85 Twenty20 Internationals.
Danielle Nicole Wyatt, is an English international cricketer and plays for the England women's team. She made her debut for the England women's team against Indian women's team in Mumbai on 1 March 2010.
Natalie Sciver is an English cricketer. She was the first cricketer for England to take a hat-trick in a Women's Twenty20 International match. The "Natmeg" shot named after Sciver, from when she has hit a cricket ball through her legs during a game.
Bethany Louise Mooney is an Australian cricketer who plays for the national cricket team as a batter in all three formats of the game. In March 2020, at the conclusion of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020, she became the world's number one batter in Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) cricket.
Atapattu Mudiyanselage Chamari Jayangani is a Sri Lankan cricketer and the current captain of the women's Twenty20 International team of Sri Lanka. She had a short stint as the captain of the Sri Lanka women's team, and was succeeded by the previous captain Shashikala Siriwardene. Chamari was the tenth captain for Sri Lanka women's national cricket team, winning only one ODI, with 13 losses. In November 2017, she was named the Women's Cricketer of the Year for the 2016–17 season at Sri Lanka Cricket's annual awards. She is the first Sri Lankan woman to play in franchise cricket.
Liam Stephen Livingstone is an English cricketer who represents Lancashire cricket. Livingstone is an all rounder who is a right-handed batsman and bowls both right-arm leg and off spin. He made his Twenty20 debut for Lancashire against Leicestershire in May 2015, scoring 15.
The Brisbane Heat (WBBL) are an Australian women's Twenty20 cricket team based in Albion, Queensland. The Heat compete in the Women's Big Bash League and have won two championships, winning back-to-back titles across WBBL|04 and WBBL|05.
Yorkshire Diamonds were an English women's Twenty20 cricket team based in Leeds, Yorkshire. They were formed in 2016 to compete in the inaugural season of the Women's Cricket Super League. They played their home matches at grounds across Yorkshire, including Headingley Cricket Ground and Clifton Park, York, and were partnered with Yorkshire County Cricket Club. They were coached by Danielle Hazell and captained by Lauren Winfield. In 2020, following reforms to the structure of women's domestic cricket, some elements of the Yorkshire Diamonds were retained for a new team, the Northern Diamonds.
Ashleigh Gardner is an Australian cricketer who plays for New South Wales Breakers in the Women's National Cricket League and Sydney Sixers in the Australian Women's Big Bash League. In November 2018, she was named in the Sydney Sixers' squad for the 2018–19 Women's Big Bash League season. Gardner is an Indigenous Australian, coming from the Muruwari people.