Women’s Big Bash League: Jess Jonassen, Beth Mooney amongst others named in WBBL|08 Team of the Tournament

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  • WBBL has announced the Team of the Tournament for the eighth season.

  • Veteran spinner Jess Jonassen has been named captain of the side.

Women’s Big Bash League: Jess Jonassen, Beth Mooney amongst others named in WBBL|08 Team of the Tournament
WBBL announces Team of the Tournament for the eighth season (Image Source: Twitter)
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The team of the tournament for the ongoing Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) 2022 has been announced. The side features consistent performers who helped their respective franchises sizzle in the multi-team competition.

Ahead of the upcoming finals in Adelaide and Sydney, the head coaches of all the WBBL clubs have picked the best XI of the eighth season.

The panel consists of eight head coaches namely Jonathan Batty (Melbourne Stars), Charlotte Edwards (Sydney Sixers), Trevor Griffin (Sydney Thunder), Simon Helmot (Melbourne Renegades), Dan Marsh (Hobart Hurricanes), Shelley Nitschke (Perth Scorchers), Ashley Noffke (Brisbane Heat), Luke Williams (Adelaide Strikers).

Jess Jonassen, the left-arm spinner, has been named the captain of the team. Similarly, Georgia Redmayne, the top-order batter, has been given the wicketkeeping duties.

WBBL|08 Team of the Tournament:

  • Beth Mooney (Perth Scorchers) – Votes: 8
    Matches: 14| Runs: 434 | Average: 43.40 | Strike-rate: 120.55 | Highest score: 99* | 100s: 0 | 50s: 3
  • Georgia Redmayne (Brisbane Heat, wk) – Votes:7
    Matches: 10| Runs: 333 | Average: 41.62 | Strike-rate: 111.74 | Highest score: 98* | 100s: 0 | 50s: 2
  • Alyssa Healy (Sydney Sixers) – Votes: 5
    Matches: 14| Runs: 329 | Average: 27.41 | Strike-rate: 127.51 | Highest score: 107* | 100s: 1 | 50s: 1
  • Ashleigh Gardner (Sydney Sixers) – Votes: 7
    Matches: 14| Runs: 339 | Average: 30.81 | Strike-rate: 153.39 | Highest score: 85 | 100s: 0 | 50s: 2| Wickets: 23| Eco: 6.42| BBI: 4/23
  • Annabel Sutherland (Melbourne Stars) – Votes: 7
    Matches: 14| Runs: 304| Average: 33.77 | Strike-rate: 113.85 | Highest score: 62* | 100s: 0 | 50s: 1| Wickets: 21| Eco: 8.00| BBI: 3/17
  • Erin Burns (Sydney Sixers) – Votes: 8
    Matches: 14| Runs: 294 | Average: 36.75 | Strike-rate: 147.00 | Highest score: 71 | 100s: 0 | 50s: 3
  • Amelia Kerr (Brisbane Heat) – Votes: 7
    Matches: 14| Runs: 243 | Average: 27.00 | Strike-rate: 117.39 | Highest score: 41 | 100s: 0 | 50s: 0| Wickets: 19| Eco: 6.77| BBI: 3/26
  • Jess Jonassen (c, Brisbane Heat) – Votes: 8
    Matches: 14| Wickets: 20| Average: 16.85| Eco: 7.02| BBI: 3/17
  • Amanda-Jade Wellington (Adelaide Strikers) – Votes: 5
    Matches: 14| Wickets: 21| Average: 15.09| Eco: 6.62| BBI: 5/8
  • Nicola Hancock (Brisbane Heat) – Votes: 7
    Matches: 14| Wickets: 22| Average: 16.95| Eco: 8.38| BBI: 4/32
  • Megan Shutt (Adelaide Strikers) – Votes: 5
    Matches: 14| Wickets: 23| Average: 13.13| Eco: 6.40| BBI: 6/19
  • 12th: Molly Strano (Hobart Hurricanes) – Votes: 5
    Matches: 14| Wickets: 18| Average: 14.72| Eco: 5.76| BBI: 4/16

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