Alyssa Healy of Australia was voted the CWC22's Most Valuable Player

Alyssa Healy of Australia was voted the CWC22’s Most Valuable Player

At the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, Alyssa Healy dominated with the bat and behind the stumps, earning her the title of Player of the Tournament.

Alyssa Healy, an opener for Australia, won the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Player of the Tournament award for her outstanding performance.

Alyssa Healy


Healy joined an elite list of prior winners that includes former Australia captain Karen Rolton (2005) and international players (Claire Taylor of England in 2009, Suzie Bates of New Zealand in 2013, and Tammy Beaumont of England in 2017).

The wicketkeeper-batsman racked up more runs than anyone else in New Zealand, and her hundreds in both the semifinals and the finals were crucial in Australia’s record-breaking sixth World Cup victory.

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With two half-centuries and two brilliant hundreds, including a match-winning 170 against England in the championship-deciding innings, Healy scored a staggering 509 runs from nine innings throughout the 50-over showcase.

The 32-year-old not only had a batting average of 56.55, but he also provided eight dismissals (4 catches and 4 stumpings) as keeper.

Commentators Lisa Sthalekar, Nasser Hussain, and Natalie Germanos, journalists Alok Gupta and Kristy Havill, and ICC convenor Chris Tetley made up the six-person panel that ultimately decided Healy was the winner.

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