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Healy’s unrivalled record entering World Cup Final

08 March 2020

Alyssa Healy at the crease during the Women's T20 World Cup.

Sixers super star Alyssa Healy enters the momentous Women’s T20 World Cup Final on Sunday night, at the MCG against India, with an unrivalled record.

As a wicketkeeper-batter throughout the 11-year history of the Women's T20 World Cup, no player has scored more runs, claimed more dismissals or posted a higher score in a single innings.

During Australia’s third match of the tournament against Bangladesh, Healy passed England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor for most runs and now has 677 at a strike rate of 127.49.


She struck 83 from just 53 balls at Manuka Oval, Canberra, the highest score by a wicketkeeper-batter at a Women’s T20 World Cup.

In that same match, Healy became the all-time leading wicketkeeper at a Women’s T20 World Cup and leads the way with 24 dismissals, including 12 catches and as many stumpings.

This tournament Healy has scored 161 runs at a strike rate nearing 144 again showing her world class on the big stage.