Stafanie Taylor wins Women’s one-day award

West Indies’ Stafanie Talyor has won the ICC Women’s Cricket of the Year award. She beat fellow West Indies player Anisa Mohammed, as well as the England pair of Sarah Taylor and Lydia Greenway to the award.
In the assessment period, Taylor played 13 ODIs, scoring 514 runs at the top of the order at an average of 46.72, and claiming 16 wickets with her offspin, at 13.12.
Taylor was unable to attend the awards ceremony in Colombo due to playing commitments in the UK, but expressed her gratitude for the same: “Thank you this award tonight. I’d like to thank my family and friends for this award.”

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