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The award for Women’s One-Day International Cricketer of the Year 2022 has been given to Nat Sciver of England

On Thursday, it was revealed that Nat Sciver had been chosen as the recipient of the ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year 2022 award.

Sciver achieved another spectacular year in an already stellar career, scoring five half-centuries and two centuries in 2022 to become England’s top performer with the bat in the year. His performance helped him earn the title of England’s top performer in the year.

She accumulated 833 runs throughout the year, with a batting average of 59.5 and a strike rate of 91.43, which placed her in second place on the run-getters chart behind Laura Wolvaardt.

She saved her greatest performance for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022, scoring 436 runs while maintaining an average of over 70 for the competition.

She finished third in the total run rankings, which was behind the Australian duo of Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes, although she earned a better average than the two of them.

Later in the year, Sciver had a brief hiatus from the sport, but he came back stronger than ever to contribute to England’s victory in the three-match series against the West Indies in the Caribbean, which England won 3-0.

It seemed as if she had never left, as Sciver finished the series with scores of 90 and 85, making her the player with the most runs scored overall.

Sciver’s best performance came in the final of the Cricket World Cup, when England played against Australia. With an unbeaten 148 off 121 balls, Sciver single-handedly kept England in the chase for the win.

Sciver unleashed a knock for the ages, bringing her team from 191/6 to within striking distance of an improbable victory as they were attempting to chase down Australia’s mammoth total of 356/5.

When Sciver came in, England was in a precarious position, with a score of 38/2, and she stayed there until the end, upsetting the Australian bowlers with her strokes that were full with flair.

The all-rounder had a historic innings, hitting 16 fours and a six, but her team was repeatedly bowled out, which prevented them from winning the World Cup. If they hadn’t lost so many partners, they might have won it.

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