ICC named Devon Conway the best cricketer of the year in June

Devon Conway, who scored a double century at Lord’s in his Test debut, was named ICC Cricketer of the month for June. Conway made a significant contribution with the bat in helping New Zealand win the World Test Championship title. At the same time, Conway scored the most runs in a two-Test series against England. On Devon Conway’s excellent batting ability, New Zealand won the Test series on England ground after 22 years.

Conway scored 306 runs at 76.50 in four innings of the two-Test series against England. He scored 200 in the first innings of his Test career. Conway was the only batsman to score a half-century against India in the WTC final. The ICC nominated Conway the best cricketer this month, excluding Kyle Jamison and South African wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock, who bowled heavily in the WTC final. Conway was able to beat both of these players.

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Kyle Jamison broke the back of India’s batting order with his bowling in the final of the World Test Championships. Virat Kohli took wickets in both innings of the final. Jamison won the Man of the Match award for his amazing bowling. At the same time, Quinton de Kock played some good innings against the West Indies. South Africa defeated West Indies 3-2 in a 5-match T20I series.

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