|1. Meg Lanning||7||359||85.27|
|2. Alyssa Healy||7||266||90.78|
|3. Ellyse Perry||7||378||60.09|
|4. Tammy Beaumont||7||190||98.44|
|5. Beth Mooney||7||228||81.72|
|6. Nat Sciver||7||208||59.94|
|7. Jess Jonassen||7||128||67.36|
|8. Lauren Winfield||3||71||118.33|
|9. Ashleigh Gardner||7||89||86.4|
|10. Rachel Haynes||7||148||40.77|
|11. Laura Marsh||6||101||57.71|
|12. Katherine Brunt||6||106||53.53|
|13. Danni Wyatt||5||55||90.16|
|14. Heather Knight||7||93||51.09|
|15. Sophie Ecclestone||7||59||76.62|
|16. Amy Jones||7||88||48.61|
|17. Sophie Molineux||3||62||61.38|
|18. Megan Schutt||7||8||400|
|19. Delissa Kimmince||6||32||76.19|
|20. Fran Wilson||3||40||49.38|
|21. Anya Shrubsole||6||36||31.57|
|22. Georgia Elwiss||2||14||31.11|
|23. Nicole Bolton||4||13||24.07|
|24. Kate Cross||6||9||22.5|
|25. Sarah Taylor||3||6||27.27|
|26. Georgia Wareham||6||0||0|
Batting Ranking = Runs * Strike Rate
Unsurprisingly, given they won the series 12-4, the 2019 Women’s Ashes Batting Rankings are dominated by Australians, who make up 7 of the top 10. Overall, Australia’s batsmen scored 1,711 runs in the series, compared with England’s 1,076.
Although Player of the Series Ellyse Perry scored the most runs, she is ranked lower than team-mates Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy due to their superior Strike Rates.
England’s highest-ranked player was Tammy Beaumont, although Nat Sciver scored more runs and was a bit more consistent – over half of Beaumont’s runs came in one innings – her century in the 2nd ODI at Leicester.
England’s batting woes are exemplified as much by who didn’t score runs as who did. Heather Knight and Amy Jones both made less than 100 runs in the entire series, despite playing every match; whilst Danni Wyatt totalled just 55 in 5 innings.
Lauren Winfield on the other hand, who came into the T20s off the back of some decidedly scratchy form in the county season, made the most of her window of opportunity to possibly even save her England career with a couple of good knocks down the order – not the easiest place to bat in T20.
Meanwhile Australia will fly home delighted with the form of Beth Mooney (228 runs in the series) who maybe hadn’t quite 100% cemented her place in the line-up as a pure batsman until now; but perhaps slightly concerned that the jury is still out on Ashleigh Gardner, who is yet to stamp her authority on the international game with the panache she has shown in WBBL; though to be fair, as with Winfield, you have to account for her not batting in the easiest position in the order to make really big runs in the shorter formats of the game.