Alyssa Healy Named Player Of The Tournament At The ICC Women’s World Cup. Healy was name Tournament Player of the Year after scoring 509 runs.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) named Australian wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy ‘Player of the Tournament. Following her team’s 71-run victory over England in the Women’s World Cup final on Sunday. Healy’s name added to the prestigious list of previous winners. Joining former Australia captain Karen Rolton (2005) and international stars (England’s Claire Taylor in 2009. New Zealand’s Suzie Bates in 2013 and England’s Tammy Beaumont in 2017).
Moreover, With 509 runs, the wicketkeeper-batter scored more than any other player in New Zealand. Alyssa Healy centuries in the tournament’s semifinal and final also helped Australia win a record-extending seventh World Cup title.
As a keeper, the 32-year-old averaged 56.55 and contributed eight dismissals (four catches and four stumpings).
Healy was judged by a six-person panel that also included commentators Lisa Sthalekar, Nasser Hussain, and Natalie Germanos.