Women’s cricket has developed a lot in the last decade and the competition among the teams has added an extra intensity especially in ODI cricket. There are a lot more fans turning up for women’s cricket now in the stadium as compared to the past.
Clearly, the board and the management of the cricketing nations have been making honest efforts to build a strong team and make sure that the matches do not end up one-sided. It is time to look at the five women with the most wins as a captain in One-day Internationals.
Five Women Cricketers With Most Wins As A Captain In ODI Cricket:
The former New Zealand women’s team captain Suzie Bates is an experienced player who has taken New Zealand to a lot of heights. The 33-year-old made her debut in 2006 and ever since that, she has been a constant contributor to the New Zealand women’s team in the batting as well as bowling departments.
Bates holds fifth place in the list of captains with the most wins in ODI cricket and she has 40 wins in his captaincy career. She has scored 4548 runs in 125 ODIs so far at an average of 42.5 and has also been taken 75 wickets with her medium pace at an average of 33.2.