Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali, Sri Lankan spinner Praveen Jayavikram and Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim were on Tuesday named the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) men’s player of the month for May. Apart from Scotland’s Catherine Bryce, the ICC has named Gabby Lewis and Leah Paul of Ireland for the women’s player of the month.
Hasan picked up 14 wickets in the two Tests against Zimbabwe while Praveen, making his Sri Lanka debut, took 11 wickets in a Test against Bangladesh at an average of 16.11. Praveen made his Test debut with the
Mushfiqur played one Test and three ODIs against Sri Lanka. He scored 125 runs in the second ODI to help his team win the first ODI series against Sri Lanka.
In the women’s category, Katherine became the first Scottish male or female player to break into the top 10 in the recently released rankings, scoring 96 runs in four T20 Internationals against Ireland and taking five wickets at an economy rate of 4.76. Runs per over. Gaby also scored 116 runs in four T20 Internationals against Scotland.
During this his average was 29.00 and strike rate was 116.00. She was the most successful batsman of the series. He scored 47 runs in the second match and 49 runs in the fourth match. Leigh was the most successful bowler in the series between Ireland and Scotland, taking nine wickets.