The fame of One-day international matches after the ODI World Cup is known to all. Therefore many great players have played this format and scored many runs. This form is currently dominating modern-day cricket. High-scoring matches with good averages are the marker of the game.

1. Meghann Moira Lanning

Meg Lanning is a top-order right-hand batter and right-arm medium bowler in the Australian women’s cricket team. She became the first girl to play first XI cricket for a Public Schools team. The batter has played 88 games, scored 3984 runs in 88 innings with an average of 53.12. The player has smashed 14 centuries and 16 half-centuries till now.

2. Ellyse Alexandra Perry

Ellyse Alexandra Perry is the youngest Australian player ever to play international cricket who made her ODI debut in July 2007 against New Zealand. She is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast bowler in the Australian cricket team. The batter has played 118 games, scored 3135 runs in 94 innings. Her average is 50.56, and she has smashed two centuries.

3. Karen Louise Rolton

K L Rolton is a former left-hand batsman and left-arm medium bowler. She became the captain of the team in February 2006 by replacing B Clark. Rolton has played 141 games, scored 4814 runs in 132 innings, and her average was 48.14. Rolton retired in 2010 and is Australia’s leading run-scorer in Tests.

4. BJ Clark

Belinda Clark is a former right-hand batter and right-arm off-breaker in the Australian women’s cricket team. The player holds the record of the first double century in ODI cricket, in both men’s and women’s cricket, and was the captain of the Australian world cup team in 1997. The batter has played 118 games and has scored 4844 runs in 114 innings. The average in the matches was 47.49 that included five centuries. She retired in 2005 after the ashes series.

5. NE Bolton 

Nicole Elizabeth Bolton is a former left-hand opening batter in the women’s Australian cricket. She played her first match against England at Melbourne on 23 January 2014 and her last game against England at Canterbury on 7 July 2019. Bolton has played 50 games and scored 1896 runs in 50 innings with an average of 41.21 with four centuries.

6. Lisa Maree Keightley

Lisa Maree Keightley is a former top-order, right-hand batter and right-arm medium pacer who played for the Australian cricket team. She has played 82 matches and has scored 2630 runs in 78 innings with an average of 39.84. Her playing career ended in 2005 after the Ashes series. In 2007, she became the first woman-appointed coach of the national team.

7. Rachael Louise Haynes

Rachael Loise Haynes is a left-arm batter and left-arm medium bowler who has been playing in the Australian cricket team for the last ten years. She is a top-order batter who plays in almost three formats. The batter has played 65 matches scoring 2043 runs in 59 innings with an average of 37.83. She has smashed one century and 16 half-centuries in her cricket career.

8. JE Duffin

Jessica Evelyn Duffin is a former right-arm wicketkeeper batter in the Australian women’s squad and played her ODI debut against New Zealand at Whangarei on 1 February 2009, and her last match on 21 July 2015 against England at Taunton. Duffin played 50 games and scored 1265 runs in 43 innings with an average of 37.20 with nine half-centuries.

9. Alexandra Joy Blackwell

Alexandra Joy Blackwell is a former right-hand batter and right-arm medium bowler. She was an all-rounder, middle-order batter in the Australian women’s cricket team and made her ODI debut in 2003 against England. J. Blackwell has played 144 games and has scored 3492 runs in 124 innings with an average of 36.

10. Shelley Nitschke

Shelley Nitschke is a left-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler who made her ODI debut in the Australian cricket team in 2005. S. Nitschke is a dark blonde spinner who became the leading wicket-taker in the World Cup campaign. She played 80 games and scored 2047 in 69 innings with 34.11. She has made one century and 14 half-centuries.