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Satterthwaite named ICC Women’s ODI Player of the Year

For the second year in a row, a WHITE FERN has taken out the ICC Women’s ODI Player of the Year award.

Canterbury Magicians batswoman Amy Satterthwaite has been recognised for her outstanding 2016-17 season by winning the top One Day prize, one year on from Captain Suzie Bates claiming the award. 


Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney cap off stellar year with ICC Awards

Australian cricketers Ellyse Perry and Beth Mooney have been recognized for their outstanding performances across the last 12 months in the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) annual awards.

Perry, 27, has been awarded the inaugural Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for Cricketer of the Year. The award has been re-named in memory of the late Rachael Heyhoe Flint, former England captain and one of the pioneers of women’s cricket.


England U19s make it two out of two vs SA in spite of Breetzke century

England’s under-19 team are two for two against the Coca-Cola South Africa U19s after cantering to an eight-wicket win despite Matthew Breetzke scoring the only century of the day in a match that was the second-last clash of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Youth One-Day International Triangular Series at Senwes Park on Thursday. The teams will meet again this Sunday, 10 December for the tournament final at the same venue.

Two hundred-run partnerships between Tom Banton (74 off 80 balls) and Liam Banks (37 off 61) for the first wicket and between Harry Brook (63* off 53) and Will Jacks (71* off 53) for the third, ensured the visitors’ success after being set a 249-run target by the hosts, who won the toss and elected to bat first.


Dadswell breaks Sriram's record with stunning 490 off 151 balls

Club cricketer Shane Dadswell says he is still coming to terms with the events of the past few days. The previously unknown opening batsman re-wrote the record books when he posted the highest individual score in minor, limited overs cricket.

The Johannesburg-born youngster scored a blistering 490 runs from 151 balls, smashing 57 sixes and 27 fours, playing for NWU Pukke Cricket Club against Potch Dorp 1 Cricket club at the Witrand Oval Cricket field in Potchefstroom on Saturday. 


Zimbabwe, Afghanistan to play T20I, ODI series in Sharjah

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) have reached an agreement to play two Twenty20 Internationals and a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next year. All seven matches will be played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, which is Afghanistan’s home ground.

“The two T20Is and five-match ODI series at Sharjah Cricket Stadium will give both sides a valuable opportunity to face each other for competitive cricket ahead of the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in March. Both sides have played closely fought series in the past and this will again ensure that cricket fans witness some great cricket between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe,” ACB chairman Shukrullah Atif Mashal said in a statement.


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