Jos Buttler, Sophie Ecclestone and Sam Curran have all been named within the International Cricket Council’s T20 Teams of the Year.
T20 World Cup winners Curren and Buttler are included within the males’s aspect alongside Ireland’s Josh Little, whereas Ecclestone options within the girls’s group of the 12 months.
Buttler led England to the T20 World Cup in Australia final 12 months after he changed Eoin Morgan final summer time.
He scored 462 runs within the shortest format final 12 months, together with 225 runs in the course of the World Cup and an unbeaten 80 from 49 balls within the semi-final towards India throughout a 170-run partnership with Alex Hales.
Curran was a key half throughout England’s run to lifting the trophy and was named because the participant of the event, after impressing along with his bowling, particularly on the demise.
The all-rounder grew to become a key a part of Buttler’s T20 aspect after a number of England seamers struggled with harm points all year long.
In 19 matches, Curran took 25 wickets in 2022 – his highest return for England – and took 13 of these in the course of the World Cup, together with 3-12 within the last towards Pakistan on the MCG.
England’s girls had 5 gamers within the 2021 group however solely spinner Ecclestone makes the reduce this time round.
The sluggish left-armer is ranked because the primary T20 bowler on the planet and earns her place within the aspect that includes 4 Indians and three Australians.
She took 19 wickets in 17 T20s final 12 months, with finest figures of 3-25. It was her finest return for England since making her debut in 2016.
Ecclestone will seemingly play an vital function for England this 12 months, beginning with the T20 World Cup in February.
Little is the only real consultant from Ireland after a breakout 12 months that noticed him because the second highest wicket-taker within the format with 39.
The ICC kicked off its 2022 awards, which might be introduced over the subsequent 4 days, by unveiling the T20 groups.
Men’s T20 group of the 12 months: Jos Buttler (England), Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan), Virat Kohli (India), Suryakumar Yadav (India), Glenn Phillips (New Zealand), Sikandar Raza (Zimbabwe), Hardik Pandya (India), Sam Curran (England), Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka), Haris Rauf (Pakistan), Josh Little (Ireland).
Women’s T20 group of the 12 months: Smriti Mandhana (India), Beth Mooney (Australia), Sophie Devine (New Zealand), Ashleigh Gardner (Australia), Tahlia McGrath (Australia), Nida Dar (Pakistan), Deepti Sharma (India), Richa Ghosh (India), Sohpie Ecclestone (England), Inoka Ranaweera (Sri Lanka), Meghna Singh (India).