ICC Announced U19 Women’s World Cup Team Of The Tournament

ICC announced the team of the Under-19 women’s World Cup; Anosha Nasir is part of the team.

Yesterday, ICC announced the tournament team, i.e., Under-19 Women’s World Cup 2023. Anosha Nasir, a player from Pakistan, is also a part of the team as a 12th player.

In the recent ICC under-19 women’s tournament, some girls performed exceptionally, which impressed everyone. ICC made a list of those players and put them in the team of the tournament. Three players from India, three from England, and one from New Zealand, Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Pakistan are included.

The following is a list of the players that are part of the team.

Shafali Verma (India)
She was the third-highest run-getter in the tournament with 172 runs. She also registered 4 wickets in 7 matches.
Georgia Plimmer (New Zealand)
Plimmer piled up 155 runs at an average of 51.66.
Dewmi Vihanga (Sri Lanka)
Vihanga got off to a great start with figures of 3/11 against the USA in the tournament’s opening game, playing a crucial role in Sri Lanka’s only win at the tournament.
Shorna Akter (Bangladesh)
Akter struck at 157.73 as she accumulated 153 runs in five matches. Only India’s Shafali Verma (7) scored more sixes than Akter (6) during the tournament.
Karabo Meso (Wicket-keeper) (South Africa)
She is impressive with the gloves, as her eight dismissals are the highest among all the players in the tournament.
Parshavi Chopra (India)
She was the second-highest wicket-taker with 11 wickets in six games.
Hannah Baker (England)
With 10 wickets, Baker was England’s highest wicket-taker in the U19 Women’s T20 World Cup.
Ellie Anderson (England)
Ellie Anderson was among the two bowlers to register a five-for in the inaugural U19 Women’s T20 World Cup. She finished with eight wickets in five games while bowling at a tremendous economy rate of 3.75. She finished with eight wickets in five games while bowling at an incredible economy rate of 3.75.
Maggie Clark (Australia)
She was the highest wicket-taker in the first-ever U19 Women’s T20 World Cup with 12 wickets in five games.
Anosha Nasir (12th Player) (Pakistan)
She scalped 10 wickets and finished as the joint third-highest wicket-taker.

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