Tahlia McGrath: This star all-rounder of Australia received the ‘Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year’ award

ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year 2022: From January 23, the announcement of the best players and teams of the year 2022 in all three formats of cricket is going on. A total of 18 awards in different categories are to be announced by January 26. In this sequence, some awards have been announced and some are in progress. Currently, the ‘Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year’ award has been announced for the year 2022.

This big award for women’s cricket has been registered in the name of Australia’s star all-rounder Tahila McGrath. This player beat India’s opener Smriti Mandhana, Pakistan’s reliable all-rounder Nida Dar and New Zealand captain Sophie Devin in the race to get this award. All four were nominated for this award in December.

Tahila’s performance in 2022 was like this
Tahila McGrath’s tremendous performance in T20 cricket in the year 2022 did. He played 16 T20I matches during this period and scored 435 runs at an excellent average of 62.14. Last year he also took 13 wickets. Due to this all-round performance, Tahila was selected as the ‘Women’s T20 Cricketer of the Year’. Had made T20 International debut. That is, he has not yet completed even one and a half years at the T20 International level. In such a short span of time, he has achieved a big position. She currently holds the top spot in the ICC Women’s T20 Batting Rankings. 

Australia’s star all-rounder has been voted the ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year 2022 🏆

— ICC (@ICC) January 25, 2023

T20I career of Tahila
Tahila has played 20 T20I matches so far. In this, he has scored 535 runs at an average of 66.87. Here his strike rate has also been 140+. She has also proved to be very effective in bowling. He has taken 13 wickets in these 20 T20 matches at a bowling average of 14.84. His economy rate is 7.42.

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