Highlights

  • Renuka took 18 ODI wickets at 14.88
  • She also snaffled 22 T20I wickets in 2022, with an economy of 6.50

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Indian pacer Renuka Thakur was chosen ahead of Australian bowler Darcie Brown, England all-rounder Alice Capsey & fellow countrywoman Yastika Bhatia.

India's newfound pace sensation Renuka Singh Thakur has won the ICC Emerging Women's Cricketer of the Year Award.

The 26-year-old proved to be one of India's best players during the Commonwealth Games & the Asia Cup. Her swing troubled many a batter in 2022 as she finished with 40 wickets from 29 matches in limited-overs cricket. She snaffled 22 wickets at an economy rate of 6.50 in T20s, while in 50-overs cricket, she picked up 18 scalps.

She beat the competition in Aussie bowler Darcie Brown, England all-rounder Alice Capsey & fellow countrywoman Yastika Bhatia to take home the award.

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