What Else Should Kate Ebrahim do to Earn a World Cup Call?

Kate Ebrahim is a brilliant all-rounder from New Zealand giving incredible performances with both bat and ball. Her overall T20 stats are incredible, she has scored 1838 runs in 143 T20 games at an average of 27. She has 7 half centuries to her name in the shortest format of the game. She also has 92 wickets in T20 Cricket.

ICA’s star all-rounder Kate Ebrahim has been sensational in recent years. In Women’s Super Smash 2021/2022, she scored 153 runs and took 13 wickets in 12 matches. Her economy rate was just 6.47 with the ball, which is considered to be extra-ordinary in T20 Cricket.

In 2020/2021 edition of the Super-Smash, Kate had the highest batting average (73.00). Despite of such wonderful performances, the 30-year old Team ICA’s star was not considered for the Women’s World Cup. In the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield season 2021, Kate Ebrahim scored 480 runs at a phenomenal average of 60.00 scoring 480 runs in 11 matches. She was the top run getter of the event.

She is also the leading run getter of this year’s Hallyburton Johnstone Shield scoring 359 runs at an average of 71.80. She has proved that she more than good, and her recent form is great too. It’s hard to understand that what else she needs to do in order to be a part of the Women’s World Cup.

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