Bumrah nominated for ICC monthly award after exploits against England
Richardson, meanwhile, was adjudged the Player of the Tournament in Europe Qualifiers, thanks to her contributions with both bat and ball.She finished the tournament with seven wickets at an economy rate of 4.19, and aggregated 76 runs with the bat.
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India pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah was on Monday nominated for the ICC 'Player of the Month' award for August following his brilliant performances with both the bat and ball in the ongoing Test series against England.
Bumrah, who has been exceptional with his fast bowling against England, took nine wickets in the first Test.
He received just as many plaudits for his role with the bat in the second Test at Lord's when he contributed to an 89-run ninth-wicket partnership with Mohammad Shami that proved pivotal to India's win.
England went on to level the series in the third Test, mostly thanks to captain Root, who has plundered runs at will. He scored centuries in each of the three Tests against India in August, a purple patch that led him to the top of the Test batting rankings.
In women's cricket, Boochatham made contributions with both bat and ball in the series against Zimbabwe, which propelled her to career-best positions across the women's T20I player rankings for batters, bowlers, and all-rounders.
Lewis became the first Ireland player to score a century in women's T20Is, during their 164-run win over Germany, in the opening game of the tournament. Her knock featured 11 fours and three sixes, and her 105 came off just 60 balls. Richardson, meanwhile, was adjudged the Player of the Tournament in Europe Qualifiers, thanks to her contributions with both bat and ball.
She finished the tournament with seven wickets at an economy rate of 4.19 and aggregated 76 runs with the bat.
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