I have a teacher who plays cricket for the State Otago Sparks, the female Otago cricket team. Now I don't usually follow female cricket but I thought I would have a look and see how she was doing, one thing I noticed was that the only competition they played was a 50 overs competition that did not have List A status which I suppose is understandable. Now one of the girls that plays for the Sparks, Sarah Tsukigawa has also been playing for the New Zealand women so I looked up to see how she was doing and the game they played just recently against the Australian women. It said that this game was classified as an Official Women's ODI which is still perfectly understandable. I looked up to see what her stats were like and she didn't have any List A stats, just ODI.
Now my question is, why aren't the List A and First Class competitions that women play classified as special women's List A or First Class games? If they were classified like that, then cricinfo would be able to do stats for the female cricket players which I feel would be a good thing.