#ICCAwards: Women’s ODI Player of the Year nominations announced, Lizelle Lee, Tammy Beaumont among the list


Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced the list of nominees for the Women’s ODI Player of the Year and no Indian among Lizelle Lee (South Africa), Tammy Beaumont (England), Hayley Mathews (West Indies) and Fatima Sana. Could not find location. (Pakistan). The ICC Awards 2021 will recognize outstanding achievements and exploits in cricket over the past year.

Lisel Lee

Lee managed to score 632 runs in 11 matches at an average of 90.28 with one century and five half-centuries. She was in a league of her own in ODIs this year as the highest run-scorer in 2021 in the 50-over format.

Tammy Beaumonte

Beaumont scored 503 runs in 11 matches at an average of 62.87 with one century and four half-centuries. Tammy Beaumont was the joint second-highest run-scorer in ODIs in 2021, tied with India’s Mithali Raj for 503 runs.

Beaumont had a dream start to the year, scoring four consecutive fifties in his first four ODIs of the year. She was the leading run-scorer in the ODI series when England traveled to New Zealand and took her form home in the series against India, where she scored an impressive 87* in the first match.

Hayley Mathews

Mathews scored 380 runs in 14 matches at an average of 29.23 with one century and one half-century. He also took 18 wickets at an average of 22.44 and an economy rate of 3.33.

Hayley Matthews has performed brilliantly with both bat and ball, finishing in the top 10 ODI run-scorers and wicket-takers in 2021. He was the Player of the Series in the ODI leg when Pakistan toured. He scored 168 runs, including a century, and took seven wickets in a series that West Indies won 3–2.

Fatima Sana

Sana took 20 wickets in 13 matches at an average of 24.90, taking five wickets once. 132 runs at an average of 14.66. After making her debut in May 2019, Fatima Sana played only two ODIs before the start of the year but the 20-year-old showed tremendous maturity throughout the year and was one of the few bright spots for Pakistan.

First published:December 29, 2021, 2:56 pm

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