The ICC Women's Cricket World Cup of 2022 is the twelfth edition of the Women's Cricket World Cup and will be held in New Zealand in March and April 2022. New Zealand qualified successfully as hosts, with all other qualification places given by the ICC WODI Rankings. It was previously scheduled from 6 February to 7 March 2021 but was postponed by one year due to the outrageous pandemic of COVID-19. The International Cricket Council confirmed that the Women's cricket world cup would be from 4 March to 3 April 2022. Here are the top 10 women cricketers who played well till 2022-

10. Shashikala Siriwardene (Sri Lanka)

Shashikala captained the women’s cricket team for Sri Lanka in WODI matches; She holds a record of 100 wickets in Sri Lankan WODI cricket and is the only one among female cricketers of the country to match her 1000+ runs. Additionally, Shashikala has recorded 77 wickets in T20Is for Sri Lanka.

9. Sana Mir (Pakistan)

Sana Mir served as the Pakistani cricket team’s captain in ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals. During her international career, Sana played 226 matches, including 137 matches as a captain. Sana is also one of the most successful female bowlers in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

8. Meghann Lanning (Australia)

Meghann Lanning is currently the captain of the Australian national women’s cricket team. Meghann has One in the Women’s Cricket World Cup and four ICC Women’s World Twenty20 titles while part of five successful world championship campaigns.

7. Stafanie Roxann Taylor (West Indies)

Stafanie has represented West Indies women's cricket team for over 80 matches since 2008. Known for her right-handed batsmanship and off-break bowling, Stafanie was tilted as the ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year 2011.

6. Mithali Raj (India)

Mithali's primary role is opening the batting with the right arm, and occasionally she bowls leg-breaks with that arm. Mithali has made the most runs in women’s international cricket. In women’s international cricket, Mithali is the top run-hitter and the only cricketer to hit 7,000 runs.

5. Lisa Carprini Sthalekar (Australia)

Originally from New South Wales, Sthalekar is an Australian cricket commentator and former cricket player and captain of Australia’s international women’s cricket team.

4. Katherine Helen Brunt (England)

Brunt played cricket for the England women’s national team when she grew up in Swindon. Brunt won England’s women’s cricketer of the year award in 2006 and 2010.

3. Jhulan Goswami (India)

Jhulan was the former captain of the Indian women’s national cricket team. Known for both her high hitting abilities and her bowling figures, Jhulan is one of the fastest female bowlers in cricket history.

2. Sarah Taylor (England)

Sarah in international cricketing career lasted from 2006 until she retired from international cricket in 2019 because of an anxiety issue. Sarah covered 10 Tests, 126 ODI's, and 90 Twenty20 Internationals for England.

1. Ellyse Perry (Australia)

Ellyse Perry is a former cricket player and footballer, Gradually developing into a single-sport; she became a pro athlete of cricket in 2014. Ellyse is entirely considered as one of the best women cricketers in 2022.