Women's T20 World Cup - Nissan Play of the Tournament shortlist revealed
We take a look at the three most memorable moments, with fans now able to select their favourite and choose what they think was the Nissan Play of the Tournament.
Talented Richa Ghosh holds on to classic one-handed catch
The India teenager produced a moment that had to be seen to be believed when she pulled in a magnificent one-handed catch against England to dismiss Danni Wyatt.
Ghosh was moving to her left behind the stumps in the same trajectory the ball was travelling, but a faint edge left the India wicket-keeper with plenty of ground to make up if she was to complete a famous catch.
The 19-year-old dived to her right and hung on to a classic one-handed grab to give India the early ascendancy in their group game against England.
Classy Nat Sciver-Brunt puts in candidate for shot of the tournament
The experienced England all-rounder oozes class whenever she plays, but this lofted cover drive for six against Pakistan stood out as her best during the T20 World Cup.
Sciver-Brunt was seeing them well and had already moved along to 54* with little fuss when she used her feet to get to the pitch of a Tuba Hassan delivery and expertly dispatched ot over the rope at cover.
This was a shot of a batter at the top of their game and amplifies the fully array of shots that Sciver-Brunt has in her arsenal.
Brilliant Tazmin Brits produces Wonder Woman moment
The South Africa batter not only proved a revelation with the bat at the T20 World Cup, but she also produced some outstanding moments in the field and none more memorable than this unforgettable catch in the semi-final against England.
Brits had the ball on a string having already taken the catch to dismiss dangerous England opener Sophia Dunkley, but her grab to send Capsey packing was at another level entirely.
Brits flung her body in the air and held on to a magnificent one-handed catch to swing the momentum of the game to her side and produce a Wonder Women moment that will never be forgotten.