Kent & Scotland’s Darcey Carter has been nominated for the ICC Women’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year Award alongside Phoebe Litchfield, Marufa Akter and Lauren Bell.
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It was a memorable year for the young all-rounder, who was a member of the Scotland squad in the inaugural U19 Women’s T20 World Cup in January, before receiving her first senior call-up in July.
She would make an instant impact at the senior level, striking her maiden international half-century in just her second game, as Scotland defeated the Netherlands by six runs in a T20I tri-series.
Making scores of note and chiming in with her off-spin, she was then part of the Scottish squad to progress to the T20 World Cup Qualifier next year via the European regional final in September, held in Almeria, Spain.
Carter went on to make a confident 45 against Full Members Ireland later in the year in a T20I series, also making her ODI debut against the same opponents. Carter claimed three wickets across the series, also held in Almeria.
ICC Women’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year nominees:
- Darcey Carter (Scotland)
224 IT20 runs at 22.40
13 IT20 wickets at 12.07
- Phoebe Litchfield (Australia)
87 Test runs at 21.75
344 ODI runs at 49.14
88 IT20 runs at 88
- Marufa Akter (Bangladesh)
Nine ODI wickets at 24.77
Ten IT20 wickets at 23.30
- Lauren Bell (England)
Six Test wickets at 31.83
Seven ODI wickets at 27.71
Nine T20I wickets at 26
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