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Top 11 Highest Individual Score in Women’s ODI Cricket

1Amelia Kerr (New Zealand)232*Ireland13 June 2018
2Belinda Clark (Australia)229*Denmark16 December 1997
3Deepti Sharma (India)188Ireland15 May 2017
4Chamari Atapattu (Sri Lanka)178*Australia29 June 2017
5Sidra Ameen176*Ireland4 November 2022
6Charlotte Edwards (England)173*Ireland16 December 1997
7Harmanpreet Kaur171*Australia20 Jul 2017
8Stafanie Taylor171Pakistan03 Feb 2013
9Alyssa Healy170England03 Apr 2022
10Tammy Beaumont168*Pakistan27 Jun 2016
11Suzie Bates168Ireland19 Mar 2009
Please note that an asterisk (*) next to the score indicates that the player was not out.

11. Suzie Bates

Suzie Bates scored 168 runs in an ODI match against Pakistan during the 2009 Women’s Cricket World Cup. This was her highest score in her 26 ODI appearances, where she scored a total of 771 runs with a batting average of 33.52. Bates played aggressive innings, scoring her runs from 105 balls, including 6 sixes and 19 fours. Along with her partner, Haidee Tiffen, they put on a record partnership of 262 runs for the second wicket in women’s ODIs.New Zealand reached a total of 373 runs, and they bowled Pakistan out for 150, securing a 223-run victory and qualifying for the final. Bates’s performance was instrumental in their victory, as she played a crucial role in the team’s success.

10. Tammy Beaumont

Tammy Beaumont’s 168-run ODI innings was an unbeaten knock achieved on June 27, 2016, during the 3rd ODI against Pakistan at Taunton. This innings was the second-highest score by an England woman in ODIs at that time. She played a phenomenal innings, helping England to a total of 366 for 4, with her partner Georgia Elwiss contributing 77 runs. Beaumont’s innings was part of a record-breaking performance, as England won the match by 202 runs, securing a whitewash in the series. This innings was significant as it was her second century in consecutive matches, showcasing her exceptional form during that period.

9. Alyssa Healy

Alyssa Healy’s 170-run ODI innings was a remarkable performance in the Women’s World Cup final against England on April 3, 2022. This innings was the highest individual score in a Women’s ODI World Cup final, surpassing Adam Gilchrist’s 149 against Sri Lanka in 2007. Healy’s knock was instrumental in Australia posting a mammoth score of 356/5 in 50 overs.

8. Stafanie Taylor

Stafanie Taylor scored 171 runs off 137 balls in an ODI match against Sri Lanka during the 2013 Women’s World Cup on February 3, 2013. This was her highest score in ODIs at that time and the third-highest individual score in women’s ODIs. Taylor’s innings was instrumental in West Indies posting a total of 368 for 8 in 50 overs.

7. Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur’s 171-run ODI innings was an unbeaten knock achieved on July 20, 2017, during the Women’s World Cup semi-final against Australia. This innings was the highest individual score by an Indian woman in ODIs at that time. Kaur’s knock was instrumental in India posting a mammoth score of 281 for 4 in 42 overs.

6. Charlotte Edwards

Charlotte Edwards scored 173 runs in an ODI match against Ireland during the 1997 Women’s World Cup on December 16, 1997. This was her highest score in ODIs at that time and the highest individual score by an Englishwoman in Women’s World Cup history. Edwards’ innings was instrumental in England posting a total of 281 for 8 in 50 overs

5. Sidra Ameen

Sidra Ameen scored an unbeaten 176 runs in an ODI match against Ireland on November 4, 2022. Her innings, which included 20 fours and one six, is the fifth-highest individual score in women’s ODIs. This remarkable performance took place during the 1st women’s ODI at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan, and it is the highest individual score ever for Pakistan in women’s ODIs.

4. Chamari Atapattu

Chamari Atapattu scored an unbeaten 178 runs in an ODI match against Australia during the 2017 Women’s World Cup on June 29, 2017. Her innings was the third-highest individual score in women’s ODIs, behind 188 by Deepti Sharma (India) and 229 by Belinda Clark (Australia). Atapattu’s performance was instrumental in Sri Lanka posting a total of 257 for 9 in 50 overs.

3. Deepti Sharma

On May 15, 2017, Indian cricketer Deepti Sharma made history by scoring 188 runs in an ODI match against Ireland, which took place in Potchefstroom, South Africa. This is the second-highest score in women’s ODIs, following Australian Belinda Clark’s 229 not out against Denmark in 1997.
Deepti Sharma’s remarkable innings consisted of 27 boundaries and 2 sixes, and she reached the milestone in just 160 deliveries. Alongside her, Poonam Raut scored 109 off 116 deliveries before being retired out. Together, they set a world record for the highest partnership in women’s ODIs, adding 320 runs for the first wicket.
This record-breaking performance led India to a mammoth total of 358/2, which is India’s highest ever team total in ODIs. In response, Ireland was bowled out for a paltry 109 in 40 overs. The match resulted in a massive victory for India by 249 runs.

2. Belinda Clark

On December 16, 1997, Australian cricketer Belinda Clark made history by scoring an unbeaten 229 runs in an ODI match against Denmark, which took place at the Middle Income Group (MIG) Ground in Mumbai, India. This was the first-ever double century in the history of ODIs, a record that stood for 17 years until it was broken by Rohit Sharma in 2014.
Belinda Clark’s monumental innings consisted of 22 boundaries and was achieved in just 155 deliveries. Her performance propelled Australia to a colossal total of 412 for 3, marking Australia’s first and only score of 400-plus in women’s ODIs. In response, Denmark were bowled out for just 49.

1. Amelia Kerr

Amelia Kerr holds the record for the highest individual score in women’s ODIs, which she achieved on June 13, 2018, against Ireland. She scored an unbeaten 232 runs off just 145 balls, including 31 fours and 2 sixes. Kerr’s performance was instrumental in New Zealand posting a total of 440 for 3 in 50 overs.

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