In the recently concluded Senior Women’s T20 Trophy, defending champions, Railways with yet another season win have claimed a hat-trick of titles in the tournament and their 11th overall, while 2-time runner ups, Bengal agonizingly add a 3rd to their profile. Below, we’ve brought to you a few bowling stats from the tournament.
TOP 5 HIGHEST WICKET-TAKERS :
The 25-year-old, Railways bowler enjoyed yet another brilliant season having finished at the top of the table with 17 wickets to her name off 10 innings at an average of 5.70, a strike rate of 10.23 and an economy rate of 3.34.
The Rajasthan bowler followed Anjali on the list with 14 wickets to her name off 7 innings at an average of 8.35, a strike rate of 12.00 and an economy rate of 4.17. The best count Sonal Kalal had in the wickets column in an inning was a 3.
The 36-year-old, Uttrakhand bowler off her 5 innings picked up 13 wickets of which 7 had come in an inning against Jharkhand that saw her register her personal best of 7/8 off 4 overs. Ekta averaged 6.92, had got a strike rate of 8.76 and registered an economy rate of 4.73.
Tripura’s Puja is next on, seeded 4th with 12 wickets to her name off 7 innings and in the tournament, scripted a four-fer and a fifer against her name. She averaged 7.50, had got a strike rate of 8.50 and an economy rate of 5.29.
The 25-year-old from Karnataka is next on with 11 wickets to her name off 6 innings with an average of 10.18, a strike rate of 12.54, and an economy rate of 4.86 against her name. The best count Sahana had in the wickets column in an inning was a 3.
TOP 5 BEST ECONOMICAL SPELLS :
The 24-year-old, representing Railways featured in a couple of games and off her 7 overs conceded only 11 runs and bagged all of 3 wickets in an outing. She with an average of 3.66, a strike rate of 14.00, and an economy rate of 1.57 is on top of the list.
The 24-year-old, representing Railways made 3 appearances during the tournament. She in 11 overs, conceded only 20 runs and bagged 6 wickets at an average of 3.33, a strike rate of 11.00, and an economy rate of 1.81.
Preeti R Bose
The 30-year-old, representing Railways played 6 games for the side, and off her 16 overs, conceded 46 runs and bagged 3 wickets at an average of 15.33, a strike rate of 32.00, and registered an economy rate of 2.87.
S P Sharma
The bowler made 4 appearances for her side and off her 15.3 over, conceded 47 runs. She bagged the best of 5 wickets in an innings and an 8 overall at an average of 5.87, a strike rate of 11.62, and an economy rate of 3.03.
Tanuja P Kanwer
The 24-year-old, representing Railways in her 10 appearances bowled 29 overs at an economy rate of 3.03. She conceded 88 runs in the tournament of her 29 over and bagged 8 wickets at an average of 11.00 and a strike rate of 21.75
TOP 5 BOWLERS WITH THE MOST DOTS BOWLED :
The 25-year-old, representing Railways featured across all 10 games and off her 29 overs, which saw her concede 97 runs, bag 17 wickets at an average of 5.70, a strike rate of 10.23, the highlight remains her 125 dots balls.
The 26-year-old, representing Tamil Nadu made 8 appearances and off her 29 overs, as many as 121 balls didn’t concede a run. She bagged 5 wickets overall, at an average of 21.60 and a strike rate of 34.80.
In her 8 appearances for Madhya Pradesh, off her 29.3 overs, she registered 108 dots and the 8 wickets she bagged had come at an average of 13.87 and a strike rate of 22.12.
Tanuja P Kanwer
The 24-year-old, representing Railways across 10 innings, bowled 29 overs and having bowled 105 dots, conceded only 88 runs. She bagged 8 wickets in the competition at an average of 11.00 and a strike rate of 21.75.
The 27-year-old, representing Bengal across all 10 innings, bowled 34.2 overs and while having conceded 168 runs, also managed to gather 105 dot balls. She struck 9 times in the tournament at an average of 18.66, a strike rate of 22.88 and her best personal finish was a four-fer.