All-around England players Sam Curran and Nat Sciver were nominated for ICC Men’s T20I Cricket Player and ICC Women’s ODI Cricket Player of the Year, respectively.
Curran was named Player of the Tournament when England won the T20 World Cup in Australia in November, with the 24-year-old scoring 13 goals in six matches.
He has racked up 25 goals in 19 T20 internationals, all accounted for in 2022 and recently became the most expensive player in IPL history as the Punjab Kings paid £1.85m for the players. his services at auction in December.
Sciver, 30, was England’s top scorer in the recent 3-0 win over the West Indies, her first series since returning from a break to prioritize mental health. God.
Sciver has accumulated 833 runs – including two centuries against Australia at the World Cup – and won 11 championships in 17 ODIs this calendar year.
Curran faces India’s Suryakumar Yadav, Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza and Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan for the men’s T20I.
Sciver’s competitors for the Women’s ODI Gong are Shabnim Ismail of South Africa, Amelia Kerr of New Zealand and Alyssa Healy of Australia.
Raza, Babar Azam of Pakistan, Adam Zampa of Australia and Shai Hope of the West Indies compete for the men’s ODI.
The T20I Women’s Prize will go to one of India’s Smriti Mandhana, Pakistan’s Nida Dar, New Zealand’s Sophie Devine or Australia’s Tahlia McGrath.