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.