Most centuries in Women’s ODIs

Women’s ODI cricket is undoubtedly one of the most entertaining formats present in the divisions. Requiring both aggressiveness and resilience from the players, ODI cricket can be just as demanding as Test cricket.

Over the years, there have been many batters who have run riots in women’s ODI cricket, and even hit numerous tons to clinch many records in their names. Continuing on the same, let us have a look at the top three players with the most centuries in Women’s ODI cricket.

3. Charlotte Edwards, Tammy Beaumont (9)

Former English cricketer Charlotte Edwards and opener Tammy Beaumont sit in third place in the list of women batters with the most centuries in ODI cricket. Both batters have nine centuries each to their names and are currently tied in third place. It is worth noting that Edwards played 191 ODIs for England where she amassed 5992 runs while Beaumont has played 103 ODIs, having scored 3505 runs.

2. Suzie Bates (12)

New Zealand all-rounder Suzie Bates sits in second place as the 35-year-old has hit 12 centuries in ODIs for New Zealand and continues to be one of the best players in the side. Overall, Bates has played 151 ODIs where he has scored 5359 runs.

1. Meg Lanning (15)

Arguably one of the greatest players of all time, Meg Lanning sits in first place in the list. Lanning hit 15 tons in ODIs for Australia and continues to be one of the most successful players in the history of the sport. Having played 103 ODIs for Australia, Lanning has amassed 4602 runs to her name with a strike rate of 92.2 and an average of 53.51