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Renuka Singh of India has been given the title of Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year 2022 by the International Cricket Council (ICC)

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Wednesday that India’s fast bowling star Renuka Singh won the ICC Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year award for her stunning displays of seam and swing bowling in 2022. Renuka Singh is a candidate for the ICC Fast Bowler of the Year award.

Renuka Singh took 22 wickets in Twenty20 Internationals at an economy rate of 6.50 while taking 18 wickets in One-Day Internationals at an average of 14.88 runs per wicket.

In order to win the award for ICC Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year 2022, Renuka had to compete against Darcie Brown of Australia, Alice Capsey of England, and Yastika Bhatia of her own country. Renuka ultimately prevailed.

The 26-year-old player’s sudden ascent in prominence during a chaotic year for the India team has resulted in a great deal of media attention and commentary.

The right-handed bowler took 40 wickets for her country in just 29 matches in 2022 over the two forms of white-ball cricket, so succeeding the legendary Jhulan Goswami as the nation’s best wicket-taker.

Renuka was quite successful in the one-day international game, taking 18 wickets at a rate of only 14.88 per game. Eight of those wickets came in India’s series against England, while seven of those wickets came in India’s series against Sri Lanka.

Renuka took eight wickets over the seven Twenty20 International matches that she participated in throughout the course of the year. Furthermore, her performances at the Commonwealth Games and the Asia Cup demonstrated that she is not a chicken when it comes to competing in tournaments. She bowled 17 overs in 11 games, and her economy rate was barely 5.21 runs per over.

Because of her ability to swing the ball or pinpoint deviation off the surface, Renuka is positioned to become one of India’s most reliable bowlers in the not-too-distant future.

Renuka’s astounding performance against Australia, during which she took four wickets, sent shockwaves through the Commonwealth Games field.

The swing bowler was able to dismiss Alyssa Healy after she gave the ball an outside edge that was caught by Deepti Sharma at slip. The Australia captain was then caught at point by Meg Lanning on a false cut that she attempted.

After Beth Mooney was chomped on by Tahlia McGrath, a nip-backer pounced on her and attacked her, and then Tahlia McGrath was eliminated by an in-swinging hoop shot.

Renuka finished with 4/18 after bowling 16 dot balls, but despite Australia’s collapse to 34/4, the team that would eventually win the Commonwealth Games went on to chase down India’s total of 154.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) made the announcement on Wednesday that South African bowler and all-rounder Marco Jansen has been selected as the ICC Men’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year 2022.

“The recipient of the ICC Men’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year Award had a 2022 that will live long in the memory thanks to his sizzling performances with the ball and his significant contributions with the bat at crucial periods.

Jansen prevailed over stiff opposition from players such as Arshdeep Singh of India, Ibrahim Zadran of Afghanistan, and Finn Allen of New Zealand, all of whom had breakout years in 2022. In this section, we will examine his accomplishments throughout the course of the calendar year “according to a statement issued by the ICC.

When everyone had given up hope that South Africa’s bowling assault could become any better, a 206-centimeter left-arm fast with his own unique impression walked up to the plate.

The cricket community has been stunned by Jansen’s performance in his first nine Test matches (*including Boxing Day in Australia), and his moments with the white-ball suggest that there will be little relief for batting line-ups no matter the format.

Jansen’s Test career started off on the right foot with a dominant performance on home soil on Boxing Day in 2021. In 2022, he took his game on the road and continued to give his opponents problems wherever he went.

Jansen replicated his performance in South Africa, when he took 14 wickets in Tests over the calendar year while averaging just 13.50, when he went on tour in England and Australia, where he averaged just 13.11 and 13.33 respectively.

In addition to making a contribution with the bat for Dean Elgar’s team, he took nine wickets in New Zealand during the Test series at a good average of 28.55.

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