Alyssa Healy swept the honours at the Australian Cricket Awards as she won the Belinda Clark Award alongside the T20I and ODI player of the year titles.
Healy was instrumental in Australia’s victorious World T20 campaign in West Indies where she scored 225 runs at 56.25 to be named player of the tournament. Those runs contributed an overall tally in the voting periods (January 9, 2019 to January 7, 2019) of 578 runs at 41.29.
In six ODIs, Healy scored 329 runs at 54.83 with a best of 133 – her maiden international hundred – against India in Vadodara. Across both formats there was also her impressive glovework.
“This is something unreal,” Healy said. “Honestly, winning that T20 World Cup was a pinnacle of the season, to do it with this new group was special. But to win an award with Belinda Clark’s name on it is something every cricketer dreams of