Richa Ghosh is lone Indian included in 'Most Valuable Team' of ICC T20 WC
Most Valuable Team: Indian wicketkeeper and battler Richa Ghosh is the only Indian included in ICC’s 'Most Valuable Team' of Women's T20 World Cup, International Cricket Council (ICC).
The list of ICC’s ‘Most Valuable Team’ of Women’s T20 World Cup was announced on Monday.
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Player of the Tournament Ashleigh Gardner is joined by Alyssa Healy, Darcie Brown and Megan Schutt while England's Nat Sciver-Brunt has been selected as captain.
ICC has also released its official statement in which he stated that, "The team was chosen by a panel of experts including commentators Ian Bishop, Melanie Jones and Ebony Rainford-Brent, journalist Firdose Moonda, with ICC Women's Cricket Manager Snehal Pradhan acting as convenor."
Meanwhile, Indian battler Richa Ghosh has been selected in the middle order - the right-hander did not have an average for the first three games of the tournament ending not out three times, her best score coming against England with an unbeaten 47.
Notably, Ghosh carried her success into the senior international competition. With seven dismissals in addition to her 136 runs at 68 (strike rate 130.76), Ghosh led the tournament in dismissals with seven (five catches, two stumpings).
Full list of team of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2023:
Tazmin Brits (South Africa) 186 runs at 37.20;
Alyssa Healy (wk) (Australia) 189 runs at 47.25 and four dismissals;
Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa) 230 runs at 46.00;
Nat Sciver-Brunt (c) (England) 216 runs at 72.00;
Ashleigh Gardner (Australia) 110 runs at 36.66 and 10 wickets at 12.50;
Richa Ghosh (India) 136 runs at 68.00;
Sophie Ecclestone (England) 11 wickets at 7.54;
Karishma Ramharack (West Indies) 5 wickets at 10.00;
Shabnim Ismail (South Africa) 8 wickets at 16.12;
Darcie Brown (Australia) 7 wickets at 15.00;
Megan Schutt (Australia) 10 wickets at 12.50;
Orla Prendergast (Ireland) 109 runs at 27.25 and 3 wickets at 26.00.
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