List of centuries in women's Twenty20 International cricket

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Dottin batting for the Perth Scorchers in December 2015
Deandra Dottin was the first player to score a century in a WT20I match.[1]

In the sport of cricket, a century is a score of one hundred or more runs by a batsman in a single innings.[2] In a women's Twenty20 match, each team plays a single innings, which is restricted to a maximum of 20 overs.[3] A women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) is an international cricket match between two teams, each having WT20I status, as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the sport's world governing body.[4][a][b] The Twenty20 format was originally introduced by the England and Wales Cricket Board for the men's county cricket competition, with the first matches contested on 13 June 2003 between the English counties in the Twenty20 Cup.[7] The first women's Twenty20 International match took place on 5 August 2004 when New Zealand defeated England by nine runs at the County Cricket Ground in Hove.[8][9] This match was held six months before the first men's Twenty20 International, which was contested between Australia and New Zealand in February 2005.[10]

The first century in a WT20I match was scored by Deandra Dottin of the West Indies. Dottin posted 112 not out against South Africa in the opening match of the 2010 ICC Women's World Twenty20 at Warner Park in Basseterre.[11] Dottin's innings is the fastest WT20I century (off 38 deliveries),[12] and is the WT20I century with the highest strike rate (248.88).[13] Batting at number six, Dottin's innings is one of two occasions where a WT20I century has been scored by a player batting at number five or lower.[14] The other was when India's Harmanpreet Kaur, who came in at number five, posted 103 against New Zealand during the 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20.[15] Dottin, Danielle Wyatt of England and Australia's Meg Lanning and Beth Mooney are the only players to have achieved the feat two times.[16] Both of Wyatt's WT20I centuries were scored in the second innings of the match. The only other instance was when Sri Lanka's Chamari Atapattu made 113 against Australia during the WT20I series in September 2019.[17] Sri Lanka lost the match and it was one of two occurrences where a team was defeated inspite of a player scoring a century.[18] This match was also one of four occasions where two WT20I centuries were scored in the same match.[19][20]

The most recent century, as of January 2020, was scored by Indonesia's Yulia Anggraeni against the Philippines in Dasmariñas in December 2019.[21] The highest individual score of 148 not out in WT20Is was achieved by Australia's Alyssa Healy against Sri Lanka in October 2019.[22][23] It is the only WT20I century that has been scored by a designated wicket-keeper.[24] The oldest player to score a WT20I century is New Zealand's Suzie Bates, who was aged 30 years and 277 days when she reached 124 not out against South Africa in June 2018.[25][26] At the age of 16 years and 233 days, Uganda's Prosscovia Alako became the youngest player to score a WT20I century when she made 116 against Mali at the 2019 Kwibuka Women's T20 Tournament in Rwanda.[27][28]

As of January 2020, a total of 23 centuries have been scored by 19 different players from 13 teams across 823 WT20I matches.[b][29] Australia leads the list with five, followed by England and the West Indies with three centuries each.[30] Centuries have been scored at fifteen different grounds, with Rwanda Cricket Stadium in Kigali leading the list with four, followed by North Sydney Oval with three.[31]

Key[edit]

Alyssa Healy in December 2016
Alyssa Healy posted the highest innings score in a WT20I match with 148 not out.[22]
Key
Symbol Meaning
dagger The batsman was player of the match
Runs Number of runs scored
* Batsman remained not out
Balls Number of balls faced
4s Number of fours scored
6s Number of sixes scored
S/R Strike rate (runs scored per 100 balls)
Inn. Innings in which the score was made

Centuries[edit]

List of centuries in women's Twenty20 International cricket[1]
No. Player Runs Balls 4s 6s S/R Inn. Team Opposition Venue Date Result Ref.
1 Deandra Dottin dagger 112* 45 7 9 248.88 1  West Indies  South Africa Warner Park, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis 5 May 2010 Won [32]
2 Shandre Fritz dagger 116* 71 12 2 163.38 1  South Africa  Netherlands Absa Puk Oval, Potchefstroom, South Africa 14 October 2010 Won [33]
3 Meg Lanning dagger 126 65 18 4 193.84 1  Australia  Ireland Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, Bangladesh 27 March 2014 Won [34]
4 Deandra Dottin dagger 112 67 9 5 167.16 1  West Indies  Sri Lanka Coolidge Cricket Ground, St George, Antigua and Barbuda 22 October 2017 Won [35]
5 Beth Mooney 117* 70 19 1 167.14 1  Australia  England Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia 21 November 2017 Lost [36]
6 Danielle Wyatt dagger 100 57 13 2 175.43 2  England  Australia Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia 21 November 2017 Won [36]
7 Danielle Wyatt dagger 124 64 15 5 193.75 2  England  India Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, India 25 March 2018 Won [37]
8 Suzie Bates dagger 124* 66 16 3 187.87 1  New Zealand  South Africa County Ground, Taunton, England 20 June 2018 Won [38][39]
9 Tammy Beaumont dagger 116 52 18 4 223.07 1  England  South Africa County Ground, Taunton, England 20 June 2018 Won [40]
10 Harmanpreet Kaur dagger 103 51 7 8 201.96 1  India  New Zealand Providence Stadium, Providence, Guyana 9 November 2018 Won [15]
11 Hayley Matthews[c] 107* 62 7 9 172.58 1  West Indies  Ireland Sydney Parade, Dublin, Ireland 29 May 2019 Won [41]
12 Prosscovia Alako dagger 116 71 15 0 163.38 1  Uganda  Mali Rwanda Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 20 June 2019 Won [42]
13 Rita Musamali 103* 61 15 0 168.85 1  Uganda  Mali Rwanda Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 20 June 2019 Won [42]
14 Marie Bimenyimana dagger 114* 81 13 0 140.74 1  Rwanda  Mali Rwanda Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 21 June 2019 Won [43]
15 Fatuma Kibasu dagger 108* 71 8 0 152.11 1  Tanzania  Mali Rwanda Cricket Stadium, Kigali, Rwanda 22 June 2019 Won [44]
16 Sterre Kalis[c] 126* 76 10 5 165.78 1  Netherlands  Germany La Manga Club Ground, Cartagena, Spain 27 June 2019 Won [45]
17 Meg Lanning dagger 133* 63 17 7 211.11 1  Australia  England County Cricket Ground, Chelmsford, England 26 July 2019 Won [46]
18 Beth Mooney dagger 113 61 20 0 185.24 1  Australia  Sri Lanka North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia 29 September 2019 Won [47]
19 Chamari Atapattu 113 66 12 6 171.21 2  Sri Lanka  Australia North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia 29 September 2019 Lost [47]
20 Alyssa Healy dagger 148* 61 19 7 242.62 1  Australia  Sri Lanka North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia 2 October 2019 Won [48]
21 Nigar Sultana dagger 113* 65 14 3 173.84 1  Bangladesh  Maldives Pokhara Stadium, Pokhara, Nepal 5 December 2019 Won [49]
22 Fargana Hoque 110* 53 20 0 207.54 1  Bangladesh  Maldives Pokhara Stadium, Pokhara, Nepal 5 December 2019 Won [49]
23 Yulia Anggraeni[c] 112 68 19 0 164.70 1  Indonesia  Philippines Friendship Oval, Dasmariñas, Philippines 21 December 2019 Won [50]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The ICC granted full women's Twenty20 International status to all its members on 1 July 2018.[5]
  2. ^ a b As of January 2020, 58 teams hold women's Twenty20 International status and have played a WT20I match. The teams are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belize, Bhutan, Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, England, Fiji, France, Germany, Guernsey, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Jersey, Kenya, Kuwait, Lesotho, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, the Philippines, Rwanda, Samoa, Scotland, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Vanuatu, the West Indies and Zimbabwe.[6]
  3. ^ a b c No player of the match was named.

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