For netball, I don't think so, but then let's not be silly enough to suggest equivalence between women's football and men's netball.
On women's cricket - yes. Certainly Sky's coverage of the women's game generally uses the exact same commentary and pundit-ing team. Nick Knight and Rob Key normally front the coverage, and indeed it's Key who hosted the recent 'masterclass' on Sky Sports Cricket with Tammy Beaumont and Anya Shrubsole.
So for cricket it is the reserve team rather than the first team of Nasser, Gower, Athers and Botham but for Premier League football Alex is alongside top ex-managers and players.
It takes a bit of getting used to and I have no objection in principle and Alex is as good as or better than some of the old inarticulate pros who may have played at the top level but don't really understand the game.
Yet you seem to object, by highlighting that supposed 'level' of the pundits provided to women's cricket vs. Scott's appearance at the World Cup or on Premier League coverage. For what it's worth, both Hussian and Athers have covered women's cricket on Sky too. Gower and Botham only generally appear for home Test series.
I made the differential because in the main women's highest level cricket is generally covered by Sky's second team whereas Scott has been thrown in with football's A team and has IMHO done well.
As for Rosenior, mentioned by an earlier poster, I think he has done really well, is an articulate young man and knows his way around the Championship and the lower leagues.
His dad was quite good as well.