ICC unveils Women’s ODI Team of the Year 2022, Harmanpreet Kaur named captain of the side

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  • ICC Women's ODI team of the Year 2022 features three Indian players.

  • ICC named Harmanpreet Kaur as the skipper of the side.

ICC unveils Women’s ODI Team of the Year 2022, Harmanpreet Kaur named captain of the side
Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur (Image Source: Twitter)
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A day after releasing the Women’s T20I Team of the Year, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has now announced the Women’s ODI Team of the Year 2022.

Three players from India have made an appearance in the team, including Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana and Renuka Singh. The ICC has chosen Kaur as the side’s captain, while Mandhana and Renuka are picked as opener and fast bowler, respectively.

India’s experienced campaigner Kaur had a fantastic 2022 as she slammed two centuries and five fifties in the calendar year. Following her terrific past year performance, she was named the leader of the other ten best players from around the world. Notably, Kaur also picked five ODI wickets in the year 2022.

Apart from India, three players from South Africa and two from England and Australia each made it to the eleven. Meanwhile, New Zealand got their one player featured in the special eleven.

India’s Mandhana and Renuka, Beth Mooney of Australia and Sophie Ecclestone of England are some of the player that also made it to the T20I team of the Year 2022. On that note, let’s look at the complete eleven of Women’s ODI Team of the Year.

ICC Women’s ODI Team of the Year 2022:

  • Smriti Mandhana (India) –
    Matches: 15| Runs: 696 | Average: 49.71 | Strike-rate: 81.21 | Highest score: 123 | 100s: 1 | 50s: 6
  • Alyssa Healy (wk) (Australia) –
    Matches: 12| Runs: 600 | Average: 50.00 | Strike-rate: 95.38 | Stumpings: 4 | Catches: 8 | Highest score: 170 | 100s: 3 | 50s: 3
  • Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa) –
    Matches: 18| Runs: 882 | Average: 49.00 | Strike-rate: 78.96 | Highest score: 117 | 100s: 1 | 50s: 8
  • Nat Sciver (England) –
    Matches: 17| Runs: 833 | Average: 59.50 | Strike-rate: 91.43 | Highest score: 148* | 100s: 2 | 50s: 5 | Wickets: 11| Eco: 4.92| BBI: 4/59
  • Beth Mooney (Australia) –
    Matches: 10| Runs: 403 | Average: 100.75 | Strike-rate: 96.41 | Highest score: 73 | 100s: 0 | 50s: 3
  • Harmanpreet Kaur (c) (India) –
    Matches: 17| Runs: 754 | Average: 58.00 | Strike-rate: 89.76 | Highest score: 143* | 100s: 2 | 50s: 5 | Wickets: 5| Eco: 5.02| BBI: 2/42
  • Amelia Kerr (New Zealand) –
    Matches: 18| Runs: 676 | Average: 56.33 | Strike-rate: 84.50 | Highest score: 119* | 100s: 1 | 50s: 4 | Wickets: 11| Eco: 5.21| BBI: 3/30
  • Sophie Ecclestone (England) –
    Matches: 20| Wickets: 34| Average: 19.14| Eco: 3.47| BBI: 6/36
  • Ayabonga Khaka (South Africa) –
    Matches: 18| Wickets: 27| Average: 24.37| Eco: 4.58| BBI: 5/26
  • Renuka Singh (India) –
    Matches: 7| Wickets: 18| Average: 14.88| Eco: 4.62| BBI: 4/28
  • Shabnim Ismail (South Africa) –
    Matches: 17| Wickets: 37| Average: 14.89| Eco: 4.02| BBI: 5/8

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