|1. Stafanie Taylor (WS)||220||128|
|2. Nat Sciver (SS)||181||134|
|3. Suzie Bates (SV)||180||113|
|4. Heather Knight (WS)||141||123|
|5. Amy Satterthwaite (LT)||146||103|
|6. Tammy Beaumont (SS)||139||103|
|7. Ellyse Perry (LL)||126||113|
|8. Dane van Niekerk (LL)||112||123|
|9. Alex Blackwell (YD)||111||116|
|10. Emma Lamb (LT)||122||104|
Ranking = Runs * Strike Rate
It is no surprise to see our batting rankings dominated by the big international stars, including the captains of West Indies, New Zealand, England and South Africa.
Stafanie Taylor leads the field, though she actually started the competition slowly with scores of 14 and 9 against the Thunder and the Lightning; before following that up with two huge half-centuries (74* and 78*) against the Stars and the Vipers, and a 45 versus the Diamonds.
The only non-international player to make the Top 10 is Lancashire Thunder’s Emma Lamb. Her highest score in the KSL was “just” 34, but she has made the list because she was very consistent – she had just one score below 25 in the whole competition, and even that was a “double figures” – a 10 v the Diamonds.