List of women's international cricket hat-tricks

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Rene Farrell bowling in training
Rene Farrell is the most recent bowler to have taken a hat-trick in a women's Test match.

A hat-trick in cricket is when a bowler takes three wickets from consecutive deliveries. It is a relatively rare feat,[1] and has occurred sixteen times in the history of women's international cricket.[lower-alpha 1] The first hat-trick was taken in a Test match between Australia and England in February 1958, by Australia's Betty Wilson.[5] The most recent bowler to achieve the feat was the Sri Lankan Left-arm orthodox spiner, Inoka Ranaweera, against New Zealand during a One Day International (ODI) in November 2015.[lower-alpha 1]

Two further hat-tricks have been taken in women's Tests; by Pakistan's Shaiza Khan in 2004, and Australia's Rene Farrell in 2011.[2] Farrell's hat-trick is one of four in women's international cricket that did not involve a fielder, as two of the batsmen were dismissed leg before wicket (lbw), and one was bowled.[6] Sana Mir's T20I hat-trick in 2015 similarly contained two lbws and one bowled, while Julie Harris' One Day International (ODI) hat-trick during the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup was made up of three consecutive lbws and Dane van Niekerk (ODI) hat-trick in 2013 had two bowled and one lbw.[7] The first hat-trick in women's One Day Internationals was made just six days prior to Harris', by Carole Hodges, during the same competition. Those remain the only hat-tricks to have been taken in women's World Cups,[3] though Ekta Bisht took a hat-trick for India during the 2012 Women's World Twenty20, the equivalent competition for women's Twenty20 International cricket.[8]

No player has taken multiple hat-tricks in international women's cricket, and similarly no venue has hosted more than one hat-trick. English and Pakistani bowlers have taken more hat-tricks than any other nations; three bowlers from each nation have achieved the feat. Eight hat-tricks have been taken in ODIs, while all five of the hat-tricks in T20I matches have happened since the most recent instance in women's Tests.[lower-alpha 1]

Key

Notation Meaning
Inn. The innings of the match in which the player took her hat-trick.
Dismissals The three players dismissed by the bowler, with the method of dismissal in parentheses.
Date The date on which the match began.
* The match was part of the Women's Cricket World Cup or the ICC Women's World Twenty20.
S The hat-trick was split over two overs.
Notation Meaning
b Bowled
lbw Leg before wicket
c & b Caught, by the bowler
c Player Caught, by the fielder noted
c sub Caught, by a substitute fielder
st Player Stumped, by the fielder noted
Indicates that the noted fielder is the designated wicket-keeper

Hat-tricks

Tests

Women's Test cricket hat-tricks[2]
No. Bowler For Against Inn. Dismissals Venue Date Ref.
1 Wilson, BettyBetty Wilson  Australia  England 2 St Kilda Cricket Club Ground, Melbourne
Australia
21 February 1958 [9]
2 Khan, ShaizaShaiza Khan S  Pakistan  West Indies 2 National Stadium, Karachi
Pakistan
15 March 2004 [10]
3 Farrell, ReneRene Farrell  Australia  England 3 Bankstown Oval, Sydney
Australia
22 January 2011 [6]

One Day Internationals

Women's One Day International cricket hat-tricks[3]
No. Bowler For Against Inn. Dismissals Venue Date Ref.
1 Hodges, CaroleCarole Hodges  England  Denmark 2 Recreation Ground, Banstead
England
20 July 1993* [11]
2 Harris, JulieJulie Harris  New Zealand  West Indies 1 Civil Service Sports Ground, Chiswick
England
26 July 1993* [7]
3 Drumm, EmilyEmily Drumm  New Zealand  Australia 1 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Australia
3 February 1996 [12]
4 Connor, ClareClare Connor  England  India 1 County Ground, Northampton
England
9 July 1999 [13]
5 Young, SaibhSaibh Young  Ireland  England 2 Bradfield College, Reading
England
12 August 2001 [14]
6 Egging, LotteLotte Egging  Netherlands  Pakistan 1 University No 2 Ground, Stellenbosch
South Africa
22 February 2008 [15]
7 van Niekerk, DaneDane van Niekerk 1  South Africa  West Indies 2 Warner Park, Basseterre
Saint Kitts and Nevis
7 January 2013 [16]
8 Ranaweera, InokaInoka Ranaweera   Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln
New Zealand
3 November 2015 [17]

1 Dane van Niekerk took 4 wickets in 5 balls during this spell. She dismissed Shemaine Campbelle (st †Trisha Chetty) and bowled a dot ball right before she took the hat-trick.

Twenty20 Internationals

Women's Twenty20 International cricket hat-tricks[4]
No. Bowler For Against Inn. Dismissals Venue Date Ref.
1 Iqbal, AsmaviaAsmavia Iqbal S  Pakistan  England 1 Haslegrave Ground, Loughborough
England
5 September 2012 [18]
2 Bisht, EktaEkta Bisht  India  Sri Lanka 1 Nondescripts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo
Sri Lanka
3 October 2012* [8]
3 Kapp, MarizanneMarizanne Kapp  South Africa  Bangladesh 1 Senwes Park, Potchefstroom
South Africa
14 September 2013 [19]
4 Sciver, NatalieNatalie Sciver  England  New Zealand 2 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
Barbados
22 October 2013 [20]
5 Mir, SanaSana Mir  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 2 Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah
United Arab Emirates
16 January 2015 [21]

See also

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Combined statistics sourced from the individual tables for Test,[2] One Day Internationals,[3] and Twenty20 Internationals.[4]

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