Women's Big Bash League 2020: Meg Lanning named skipper of 'Team of the Tournament'

WBBL 2020: Women’s National Selection Panel (WNSP) has announced the sixth season ahead of the finals weekend. Meg Lanning named skipper of the Team of the Tournament. Adelaide Strikers pacer Darcie Brown has named the rebel Young Gun for WBBL 06.

By Mohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 25, 2020 13:59 IST
Women's Big Bash League 2020: Meg Lanning named skipper of 'Team of the Tournament'
REBEL WBBL 2020 Team of the tournament

REBEL WBBL 2020 Team of the Tournament:

  • WBBL 2020 team of the tournament has announced the sixth season ahead of the finals weekend.
  • Meg Lanning named captain of 'Team of the Tournament'
  • Darcie Brown from Adelaide Strikers has been picked as the 12th player.

At the business end of the tournament, The team of the tournament for the ongoing Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL 2020) has been announced. The team features some of the top performers who helped their respective franchises to shine in the league. Adelaide Strikers pacer Darcie Brown has named the rebel Young Gun for WBBL 06. Moreover, Ashley Noffke has named Coach of the Year.

Melbourne Stars skipper Meg Lanning is the leader of the team while the wicket-keeper goes to Perth Scorchers star Beth Mooney. 
Meg Lanning scored 458 runs in 13 matches at an average of 45.8 and she striking the ball at a brisk rate of 128.65.

Ahead of the much-awaited WBBL 2020 Finals, the Women’s National Selection Panel (WNSP) has revealed the best XI of WBBL for the sixth season. The panel consists of cricket.com.au journalist Laura Jolly, Australia national selector Shawn Flegler, along with former Australia players Lisa Sthalekar and Mel Jones. A limit of three overseas players has also been followed while selecting the Team of the Tournament.

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Look at here the complete Team of the Tournament:

  • Meg Lanning (Captain)
  • Beth Mooney (Wicket-keeper)
  • Sophie Devine
  • Heather Knight
  • Natalie Sciver
  • Laura Kimmince
  • Alana King
  • Sarah Coyte
  • Hannah Darlington
  • Taneale Peschel
  • Sam Bates

Following each round, the Women’s National Selection Panel (WNSP) submitted a weekly nomination with an overall winner confirmed at the end of the minor rounds. The following criteria were used to select the weekly nominations and overall winner as given below:

(1) Participants must be under 21 at the start of the season

(2) Winner will be selected based on on-field performance and on-field and off-field attitude

(3) The winner will demonstrate skill, tenacity, and good sportsmanship.