Mohammad Rizwan and Tammy Beaumont are ICC T20I Cricketers of the Year 2021 | Daily FT

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ICC: As part of the 2021 edition of the ICC Awards, the International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday announced the T20I cricketers of the year in men’s and women’s international cricket. Pakistan’s ace wicketkeeper-batter, Mohammad Rizwan was voted the ICC Men’s T20I Cricketer of the Year 2021, whilst England’s Tammy Beaumont was voted the ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year 2021. Aggregating a staggering 1326 runs in only 29 matches, Rizwan averaged at 73.66 and had a strike-rate of 134.89. Apart from his exploits with the bat, he was as solid as ever behind the stumps, playing a key role… Read more about Mohammad Rizwan and Tammy Beaumont are ICC T20I Cricketers of the Year 2021 | Daily FT

CRICKET-U19 CWC-Jamaican Williams to serve as fourth umpire in ICC final

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International umpire Jacqueline Williams will further entrench herself in history when she becomes the first female umpire to feature in an ICC Under-19 World Cup on Saturday. The Jamaican will serve as the fourth official in the contest between India and England at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, where the on-field umpires will be Roland Black of Ireland and Asif Yaqoob of Pakistan, with Rashid Riaz of Pakistan as the television umpire. Williams, 45, entered the history books when she became the first woman to stand in an Under-19 World Cup match earlier in the historic campaign which go… Read more about CRICKET-U19 CWC-Jamaican Williams to serve as fourth umpire in ICC final

CRICKET-TOUR-Crawley sees West Indies contest as chance for redemption

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Strokemaker Zak Crawley hopes the lessons learnt on a difficult Ashes tour will help in a quest to reignite his Test career, when England face West Indies in the three-Test series starting here next week. The 24-year-old right-hander underwent a severe testing Down Under in recent months, averaging 27 from six innings as England suffered an embarrassing 4-0 drubbing in the five-Test series. Crawley said the squad had put the thrashing behind them however, and were looking to “bounce back strongly”. “It’s pretty easy [to put it behind you]. We know what went wrong, we’ve analysed what we did wr… Read more about CRICKET-TOUR-Crawley sees West Indies contest as chance for redemption