Stafanie Taylor named in the ICC ODI Team of the Year – Caribbean Life

Jamaica and West Indies women cricketer Stafanie Taylor was named in the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-Day International (ODI) Team of the Year.

In a year that saw some disappointing results from West Indies women, Taylors performance stood out. With the responsibility of captain on her shoulders coupled with the absence of Deandra Dottin, Taylor tapped into her unwavering work ethic to earn her place among the best ODI players of 2019.

Amassing 472 runs in 11 innings, Taylor is also listed second place in ICC Womens ODI players ranking for both batting and all-rounders.

Cricket West Indies Director, Jimmy Adams commenting on Taylors achievement said: On behalf of Cricket West Indies and the wider Caribbean public in general, I wish to recognize and congratulate Stafanie for being selected into the ICCs International One Day Team of the Year. Stafanie continues, after so many years, to be the standard bearer not just for womens cricket in the West Indies but for our cricket in general.

Taylor is the leading runs-scorer in West Indies womens cricket history, second on the all-time run-scorers in womens T20 International cricket and fifth all-time in womens ODI cricket.

The ICC Team of the Year is headed by Alyssa Healey (wicket-keeper)- Australia with Indians Smriti Mandhana second. Taylor is listed sixth on the list.

Posted 4:12 pm, December 26, 2019

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