Janette Brittin inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame

Shubham Singh
13 Nov 2021
16:49
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Janette Brittin inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame

Deceased English and Surrey batter Janette Brittin has been posthumously into the Cricket Hall of Fame. Janette holds the record of playing most international Test matches as a woman. Janette is a legend in women’s cricket. Janette died at the age of 58 in the year 2017.

She scored 1935 runs in 44 innings in Test cricket at a prolific average of 49.61 and the highest of 167. She slammed an incredible 5 centuries and 11 half-centuries in Test games. Brittin also played in 59 ODI innings, lumping 2121 runs at a stellar average of 42.42 and a highest of 138* with 5 centuries and 8 Fifties. Indeed, her stats speak volumes about her as a batter.

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