Australian women’s all-rounder Ellyse Perry had a gala time at the ICC Awards which were announced on December 28, as she made a clean sweep winning all the three awards in which she was nominated.
Perry, 30, was named the ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the decade, Women’s T20I Cricketer of the decade, and also won the coveted Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for ICC Female Cricketer of the Decade.
She made 4329 runs and picked 213 wickets apart from winning the Women’s T20 World Cup four times and the 2013 ICC Women’s World Cup as well during the ICC Awards period.
Overall, in an international career that began in 2007, Perry has played 8 Tests, making 624 runs including the highest score of 213*, and has taken 31 wickets with the best of 6/32.
In 112 ODIs, Perry has 3022 runs with a best of 112* and has taken 152 wickets with a best of 7/22. In 120 T20Is, Perry has made 1218 runs with the best of 60* and has taken 114 wickets with the best of 4/12.
She was also part of the Australian women’s team which won the T20 World cup 2020 at home in front of 86,000 people at the MCG, by beating India in the final.