510 runs striking at 204, in addition to 10 wickets earned the Jamaican the IPL player of the season award. Right throughout the tournament, Russell performed in key junctures of the game proving his value to the team.
Relatively unknown prior to the tournament, New Zealand’s Kyle Jamieson made a name for himself finishing as the player of the tournament for his 22 wickets at an average of 12 in the 2018/2019 SuperSmash tournament.
Bangladesh’s greatest ever cricketer was in a rich vein of form throughout the year, most notably in the Bangladesh Premier League where he took 23 wickets, and finished as player of the tournament.
With 567 runs in only 13 games, Colin Munro received the prestigious title as ‘CPL 2018 player of the tournament’. Consistently throughout the tournament he got his team off to a flyer, also providing a solid part time option with the ball.
Despite her team not lifting the trophy, Ellyse was named player of the tournament for her outstanding all-round display, most notably scoring 777 runs, 221 more than the next best in the 2018/2019 WBBL.
English conditions are never easy for an overseas batter, however, Mandhana from India made lightwork of the task finishing as player of the tournament in the Kia Super League, averaging 60 at a strike rate of 174.
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