The 2010s were a period of transformation in women’s cricket, with the game gaining popularity towards the end of the decade. Not only was this down to the ICC taking over and beginning to market the game slightly better (think, T20 World Cup double headers), but also the gradual professionalisation of the game.
With the women being able to dedicate more time to their skill development, the pace of the game increased as well, with teams like Australia, England, India and South Africa undergoing massive changes through this period.
The 2010s saw as many as 47 women score over 1000 ODI runs. You have seven minutes to name all of them. Most of the players are still active at the international level, so it shouldn’t be too hard, we hope!
Last names will do.
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