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Smriti Mandhana wins ICC women’s cricketer of the year award – The Cricket Times

India’s fashionable left-handed opener Smriti Mandhana has gained the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for the ICC Ladies’s Cricketer of the Yr and in addition been named because the ICC Ladies’s ODI Participant of the Yr, the Global Cricket Council (ICC) introduced on Monday.

Mandhana has helped India win an ODI collection in opposition to England and T20 and ODI collection in opposition to Sri Lanka and South Africa this 12 months. The 22-year-old completed because the very best scorer in ODIs in 2018 with 669 runs in 12 fits at a mean of 66.90. She notched seven half-centuries and 100 in 2018.

Mandhana, who scored 622 runs in T20Is in 2018, was once some of the 3 gamers who crossed 600 runs. She was once the 3rd very best scorer within the Global T20 with 178 runs.

New Zealand’s all-rounder Sophie Devine was once the runner-up for the ODI Participant of the Yr, whilst Pakistan bowler Sana Mir was once 3rd within the race.

In the meantime, Australia’s opening batter and wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy, who got here up with some excellent performances and completed with 225 runs in six fits on the ICC Ladies’s Global T20 2018 within the West Indies, has been named because the ICC Ladies’s T20I Participant of the Yr.

England’s 19-year-old left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone has been voted the ICC Ladies’s Rising Participant of the Yr after grabbing 18 wickets in 9 ODIs and 17 in 14 T20Is all through the calendar 12 months.

Winners:

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for ICC Ladies’s Cricketer of the Yr – Smriti Mandhana (India)

ICC Ladies’s ODI Participant of the Yr – Smriti Mandhana (India)

ICC Ladies’s T20I Participant of the Yr – Alyssa Healy (Australia)

ICC Ladies’s Rising Participant of the Yr – Sophie Ecclestone (England)

*The balloting academy: Melinda Farrell, Melanie Jones, Lisa Sthalekar (all Australia), Charlotte Edwards, Kalika Mehta (each England), Anjum Chopra, Snehal Pradhan (each India), Lesley Murdoch (New Zealand), Urooj Mumtaz (Pakistan), Natalie Germanos (South Africa), Alan Wilkins (Wales) Ian Bishop (West Indies).

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