Harmanpreet Kaur named in best XI for WBBL Team of Season


WBBL Team of the Season: Harmanpreet Kaur only India to make cut, check best XI for Big Bash League
WBBL Team of the Season: Harmanpreet Kaur only India to make cut, check best XI for Big Bash League

WBBL Team of the Season:  The WBBL 2021 has reached its business end with the playoffs taking place on November 24 & 25 followed with the final on November 27, Saturday. Ahead of the playoffs, India T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has made the cut in the ongoing Women’s Big Bash League team of the season.  While eight Indian cricketers are playing in the ongoing WBBL edition, Harmanpreet Kaur is only the Indian to make cut in the best XI of the edition. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates

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WBBL Team of the Season: Harmanpreet Kaur only India to make cut, check best XI for Big Bash League

Playing for Melbourne Renegades, Harmanpreet Kaur has been in terrific form with both bat and ball in the ongoing tournament. Kaur has amassed 399 runs at an impressive average of 66.5 from 11 innings, including three half-centuries.

With the ball, Harmanpreet Kaur has picked up 15 wickets at an economy of 7.46, returning with the best of figure 3/22.

The Indian skipper has also struck a record 18 sixes which is the highest of the ongoing season.

The WBBL Team of the Season has players form six out of eight teams and has been picked up by the panel comprising of Lisa Sthalekar, Mel Jones, Shawn Flegier, and journalist Laura Jolly.

Harmanpreet and Devine are the only two overseas stars in the eleven which is led by Perth Scorchers’ Sophie Devine

WBBL Team of The Tournament: Sophie Devine (Perth Scorchers, captain, international), Beth Mooney (Perth Scorchers), Georgia Redmayne (Brisbane Heat, wicket-keeper), Harmanpreet Kaur (Melbourne Renegades, international), Grace Harris (Brisbane Heat), Tahlia McGrath (Adelaide Strikers), Jess Jonassen (Brisbane Heat), Amanda-Jade Wellington (Adelaide Strikers), Hannah Darlington (Sydney Thunder), Tayla Vlaeminck (Hobart Hurricanes), Darcie Brown (Adelaide Strikers)


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