M Raj of India has an aggregate of 726 runs in ICC Women’s World T20 at the end of the just concluded tournament. She became first Indian batswoman to total 700 plus runs in the tournament and also the fifth batswoman to have an aggregate of 700 plus runs in the tournament. M Raj occupies the fourth place in the list of batswomen who have scored most runs in the tournament.
M Raj of India scored two half-centuries in the just concluded tournament which fetched her five half-centuries in the tournament. She became the first Indian batswoman to score four half-centuries in the tournament and also the fourth batswoman to achieve such a feat in the tournament.
M Raj of India scored two fifties in the just concluded tournament which fetched her five fifties in the tournament. She became the first Indian batswoman to score five fifties in the tournament and also the fifth batswoman to achieve such a feat in the tournament.
T Bhatia of India effected eleven dismissals in this edition to own the record for most dismissals in an ICC Women’s WT20 edition. The previous record was eight dismissals and was credited to RH Priest of New Zealand who had effected eight dismissals in 2010 edition. AJ Healy of Australia also effected eight dismissals in the just-concluded edition of 2018. T Bhatia also earned the distinction of becoming the first wicketkeeper to effect ten or more dismissals in a single edition of ICC Women’s WT20.
T Bhatia of India effected nine stumping dismissals in this edition to own the record for most stumping dismissals in a ICC Women’s WT20 edition. The previous record was six stumping dismissals and was credited to Batool Fatima of Pakistan who had effected six stumping dismissals in 2012 edition and 2014 edition.
V Krishnamurthy of India shared the record for most catches excluding wicketkeepers in an ICC Women’s WT20 edition with C Henry of West Indies. Both the fields women pouched six catches in the just concluded edition. The previous record was five catches. JE Cameron of Australia in 2012, JE Gunn of England in 2012 and LS Greenway of England in 2014 were the three fields women who had pouched five catches. Nida Dar of Pakistan pouched five catches in the just concluded 2018 edition.
V Krishnamurthy of India pouched four catches against Australia at Providence on 17.11.18 to own the record for most catches in an innings by a fields woman in an edition of ICC Women’s World T20. The previous record was three catches and was shared by five fields women as detailed in the following table
|1||V Krishnamurthy||4||4||0||2||Ind||Aus||Providence||17 Nov 2018|
|2||P Roy||3||3||0||1||Ind||Pak||Taunton||13 Jun 2009|
|3||SACA King||3||3||0||1||Win||NZl||Gros Islet||14 May 2010|
|4||JE Cameron||3||3||0||1||Aus||Ind||Galle||27 Sep 2012|
|5||M Kapp||3||3||0||1||RSA||Pak||Col-Moors||03 Oct 2012|
|6||NR Sciver||3||3||0||2||Eng||Ban||Sylhet||28 Mar 2014|
H Kaur of India scored 103 against New Zealand at Providence on 09.11.18 to become the third batswoman to score a century in ICC Women’s World T20. She became the first Indian batswoman to achieve the feat. All the three centuries are listed below
|1||DJS Dottin||112*||1||Win||RSA||Basseterre||05 May 2010|
|2||MM Lanning||126||1||Aus||Ire||Sylhet||27 Mar 2014|
|3||H Kaur||103||1||Ind||NZl||Providence||09 Nov 2018|
H Kaur of India scored 103 against New Zealand at Providence on 09.11.18 to become the second captain to score a century in ICC Women’s World T20. She became the first Indian captain to achieve the feat. Both the three centuries are listed below
|1||MM Lanning||126||1||Aus||Ire||Sylhet||27 Mar 2014|
|2||H Kaur||103||1||Ind||NZl||Providence||09 Nov 2018|
JI Rodrigues and H Kaur of India added 134 runs for the fourth wicket against New Zealand at Providence on 09 Nov 18 to provide the 13th occasion of batswomen posting a three figure partnership in ICC Women’s World T20.It also represents the second best partnership in the tournament for any wicket.
|1||L Lee, D van Niekerk||1||163*||1||RSA||Pak||Sylhet||23 Mar 2014|
|2||H Kaur, JI Rodrigues||4||134||1||Ind||NZl||Providence||09 Nov 2018|
JI Rodrigues and H Kaur of India added 134 runs for the fourth wicket against New Zealand at Providence on 09 Nov 18 to provide the first occasion of batswomen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in ICC Women’s World T20. It also represents the best partnership for the fourth wicket in the tournament. The previous best was 91 runs partnership between SM Benade and C Brits of South Africa against New Zealand at Taunton on 15.06.09
|1||H Kaur, JI Rodrigues||4||134||1||Ind||NZl||Providence||09 Nov 2018|
|2||SM Benade, C Brits||4||091||1||RSA||NZl||Taunton||15 Jun 2009|