We will disclose the ten most beautiful women cricketers around the world who have represented their country and become the national crush of cricket.
The cricketers have always been known for their game, but many cricketers have been known for other reasons. Some cricketers have been in the news more than for their off-field reasons than the on-field and has became cricket crush. But today we are going to talk about Nine women cricketers who became famous for their beauty and sports and became a favorite of their country and the world.
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Women Cricketers Who Became National Crush
Smriti Mandhana– cricket crush of India
Born on 18 July 1996, Smriti Mandhana is known for her aggressive batting, cute smile, and beauty. She debuted for India at the age of just 17 in 2013 and instantly became the national crush of India in 2013. Smriti is a left-handed opening batsman. In 2018, the BCCI declared her as the best women international cricketer.
Smriti belongs to a Marwari family. Her father, Srinivas Mandhana, has been a former cricketer. Her mother’s name is Sunita Mandhana, and her brother’s name is Shravan Mandhana. Smriti is still single, and there is no news of her having an affair but she has became cricket crush of India.
Smriti Mandhana became a crush of the entire country and one of the best batters in the Indian team. But Smriti has a huge crush on Hrithik Roshan from her childhood.
Born on 8 March 1989, Harmanpreet Kaur is India’s one of the best cricketers and another cricket crush of India. She is a right-handed batter and right-arm off-break bowler. She made her debut for India in 2009. Harmanpreet is one of the few women cricketers, along with Smriti Mandhana, who play in the Women’s BBL in Australia.
She is 32 now and not married yet, and there is no news of an affair. She was born in a Sikh family in Punjab. She became the fifth woman player of India to have played 100 ODIs for India. She also has two brothers and a sister.
Veda Krishnamurthy is a cricketer from India. At the age of 18, she made her international debut in a one-day international against England Women in Derby on June 30, 2011. In her ODI debut, Krishnamurthy scored 51 runs. She bats with her right hand and bowls with her right arm. She was born on 16th October 1992 in a small town in Karnataka called Chikmagalur, 250 km away from Bangalore.
Apart from cricket, she has a special interest in dancing and singing. On her social media account, you can see her dancing to many songs on the day. Veda has not been married yet, nor is there any news of their impact.
Kainat Imtiaz is a Pakistani all-rounder who was born on 21 June 1992 in Karachi, Pakistan. In 2010, she made her debut for the Pakistan women team. Kainat is equally famous for her beauty as much as her batting or bowling.
Kainat’s inspiration was Jhulan Goswami, and only after she met her for the first time did she decide that she too would become a fast bowler. It is hard to decide if her bowling is more lethal or her looks. Last year only Kainat got engaged, and she shared this news on her social media.
Ellyse Perry, born on 3 November 1990, is an Australian cricketer and football player who has represented Australia in both cricket and football internationally. She made her debut in cricket against New Zealand in 2007. If we talk about her beauty, Ellyse Perry is considered the most beautiful woman cricketer globally. There have been many surveys and polls where people have also chosen her as their favorite women cricketer.
She has not become the only national crush of Australia rather has become one of the most beautiful ladies to play the game.
Ellyse Perry is a top-order batsman as well as a medium-fast bowler. She has many batting and bowling records to his name. In 2015, Perry got married to Matt Toomua, an Australian rugby player. But in 2020, both of them got divorced due to mutual differences.
Born on 20 May 1989, Sarah Jane Taylor is a cricketer from England. Between 2006 and her retirement in 2019, she played in 10 Test matches, 126 One Day Internationals, and 90 Twenty20 Internationals for England due to an anxiety problem. Sarah Taylor was a wicketkeeper-batsman known for her aggressive batting. Recently she has joined the coaching staff of the English county cricket team.
She has numerous fans not only in England but all over the world and especially in India. Her beauty made her national crush of England, but she also won the hearts of millions of Indian cricket fans with her batting and beauty.
Born on 22 December 1995, Holly Ferling is an Australian cricketer who debuted for the Australian national women’s team in 2013 and currently represents the Melbourne Stars and Queensland Fire in domestic competitions. She is an all-rounder and is a right-handed batter and bowler.
She is still single and there is no news of her boyfriend.
Born on 3rd October 1991, Kate Cross was the first woman to be admitted into Lancashire’s cricket academy in 2006 and received the Eversheds Most Promising Young Cricketer award in September 2007. She is a right-arm medium-fast bowler and right-handed batsman. In 2007, she made her England Under-21 team debut. She was called up to the England senior squad in October 2013 for a tour of the West Indies.
Amelia Charlotte Kerr
Amelia Charlotte Kerr was born on 13 October 2000 in New Zealand, Worthington. Amelia is an all-rounder who bathes with her right hand and is also a right-handed leg-break bowler. Amilia made her debut for New Zealand at the age of 16. And she became the youngest player in the world to have scored 200 runs in an ODIs.
Maitlan Brown was born on 5 June 1997 in Australia. For Australia, Brown plays as an all-rounder, a fast-medium bowler, and a right-handed batter. Brown is not married yet, nor is she reported to have a boyfriend.
Wrapping Up Women Cricketers Who Became National Crush
These were 10 women cricketers who impressed their fans with bat and ball and their beauty. Many of them have become national crushes of their respective countries, while some even crossed boundaries. Cricketers like Ellyse Perry and Sarah Taylor have millions of fans in Asian countries where they are equally popular as their home country.