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Three fastest women bowlers of all time

Three fastest women bowlers of all time

Women’s cricket has been a wonderful part of the great game of cricket and has been growing over a long period. The Women have also played a great brand of cricket and have been growing from strength to strength over the last few years. The 20-20 World Cup final in 2020 featured India and Australia 86,174 people at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The Women have also produced great fast bowlers who have been the game’s giants. This is a commendable fact, given that women’s body dynamics differ from men’s. Still, the Women have had great pacers. Women’s cricket has also had new and upcoming horses doing wonders internationally. Here is a look at three of the fastest women’s bowlers of all time-

3. Cathryn Lorraine Fitzpatrick – Cathryn Lorraine Fitzpatrick gave the batters nightmares and was the world’s fastest bowler in Women’s cricket for 16 years. The Australian has clocked 120.75 mph. She was part of Australia’s World Cup wins in 1997 and 2005. Even Though she was tiny in build, she could generate great pace. She became the first Women’s bowler to take 150 wickets.

2. Shabnim Ismail – Shabnim Ismail is a South African fast-bowler. She is the leading wicket-taker for the Proteas in ODIs and T20Is. The speedster has clocked 128 kmph, which is her top speed. She has been a great asset to the South African women’s team for over a decade. She has picked up 191 wickets in ODIs and 115 wickets in T20Is. She was one of the first female cricketers to be contracted by Cricket South Africa.

1. Tayla Jade Vlaeminick – Tyala Jade Vlaeminick has been one of the fastest bowlers for Australia in international cricket. She can clock consistently over 120kmph. She has picked up 7 ODI wickets and 13 wickets in T20s. However, she has been hit by injuries such as two knee reconstructions and shoulder dislocation. The Australian made a return to international cricket in 2021.after missing the 20-20 World Cup in 2020 due to a stress fracture in her right foot. With her pace, she has been one of the primary weapons of the Australian bowling lineup.

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