New Zealand batswoman Sophie Devine has been named the player of the tournament in Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) six after taking part in a starring function in Perth Scorchers’ progress to the finals.
Devine has change into the first player in the historical past of the WBBL to say the honour in consecutive seasons. She polled 31 votes forward of Melbourne Stars captain Meg Lanning and Sydney Thunder all-rounder Heather Knight, as per the official web site of Scorchers.
She has amassed 448 runs at a mean of 56 and a strike-rate of 130.23. Devine led the league for sixes with 18 this season on her method to 100 sixes – turning into the first player in the WBBL to achieve the milestone.
The New Zealander claimed 5 player of the match awards from simply 10 matches performed and hit a century and three half centuries over her first season with the Scorchers.
🏅 WBBL Player of the Tournament in 2019
🏅 WBBL Player of the Tournament in 2020
— ICC (@ICC) November 24, 2020
The official WBBL workforce of the tournament has additionally been revealed, with three Scorchers gamers that includes in the aspect led by Meg Lanning.
WBBL workforce of the tournament: Beth Mooney (wk) (Perth Scorchers), Sophie Devine (Perth Scorchers), Meg Lanning (c) (Melbourne Stars), Heather Knight (Sydney Thunder), Natalie Sciver (Melbourne Stars), Laura Kimmince (Brisbane Heat), Alana King (Melbourne Stars), Sarah Coyte (Adelaide Strikers), Hannah Darlington (Sydney Thunder), Taneale Peschel (Perth Scorchers), Sam Bates (Sydney Thunder), Darcie Brown (Adelaide Strikers)