ICC Player of the Month nominees for November announced

ICC Player of the Month nominees for November announced

There will be a first ICC Player of the Month winner for November 2022 after the three nominees were announced on Tuesday.

Irish youngster Gaby Lewis, Thai fly-half Natthakan Chantham and Pakistani veteran Sidra Ameen are all in contention for a maiden win, with the trio producing eye-catching performances throughout November.

Gaby Lewis (Ireland)

Ireland flyhalf Gaby Lewis showed her class with a series player performance in her side’s historic T20I series triumph over Pakistan away from home.

Lewis shattered two half-centuries and totaled 144 points from three matches and his 71 quick shots from just 46 deliveries in the series decider in Lahore were instrumental in the final result.

The 21-year-old also contributed a total of 58 points in the three-game ODI series against Pakistan earlier in November.

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gaby lewis | Irish cricket ace | 100% Cricket

Natthakan Chantham (Thailand)

Aggressive flyhalf Natthakan Chantham was a model of consistency in sweeping Thailand’s 4-0 series at home to the Netherlands as she amassed 267 points with an average over 66.

Chantham shot a brilliant 102 in the opening game in Chiangmai and then backed up that performance with scores of 42, 55 and 68 in the remaining games to ensure Thailand won the series.

The 26-year-old then showed her class in the game’s shortest format by contributing an unbeaten 41 in Thailand’s 10-wicket crushing victory over the Netherlands in the opening game of their T20I series. of four games.

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“We want to go to the World Cup” – Natthakan Chantham from Thailand | Fairbreak

Cider Amen (Pakistan)

Sidra Ameen was nearly unstoppable in Pakistan’s three-game ODI series at home to Ireland at home as she used a total of 277 while only being dismissed once one time.

The classy fly-half hit an unbeaten 176 in the series opener in Lahore and then backed that performance up with a classy 91* from the same spot in game two as Pakistan ended the series.

Ameen was fired for 10 in the third and final game of the series, but the 30-year-old had already done enough to ensure she won the player of the series award.

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Highlights: Sidra Ameen reaches a breathtaking century

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