Seam-bowler Anya Shrubsole was the highest wicket-taker in international cricket last week, taking 12 wickets in three matches, and earns this week's award.
Shrubsole began by taking four for 21 in England's final group game against the West Indies; proceeded to take three for 24 and strike a valiant unbeaten 13 in the defeat to Australia; and concluded by returning career-best figures of five for 17 to help her side thrash South Africa.
Anya Shrubsole and Danielle Wyatt both returned career-best figures as England Women trounced South Africa Women in the ICC Women's World Cup. The pair combined to bowl South Africa out for just 77 and then Lydia Greenway and Arran Brindle ensured that the runs were knocked off in less than 10 overs.
Shrubsole took all of the first five wickets to fall and put South Africa on the back foot - a position from which they never recovered.
There is no better time to produce a career-best performance than in a must-win World Cup encounter, as Anya Shrubsole did with her haul of four for 21 to bowl England into the Super Six stage of the 2013 event in India.
Her match haul helped the reigning champions dismiss the dangerous West Indies side for just 101, after which England reached 103 for four to win by six wickets with 15 overs to spare.
England Women return to action following a successful pair of winter tours to New Zealand and South Africa when they play India in five One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.
They warm up with matches against Ireland and the England Academy this weekend although they will be without the services of Anya Shrubsole though injury.
England Women have named a 15-player squad to tour New Zealand to play five Twenty20 Internationals and three One-Day Internationals in February and March.
England have added Somerset quick bowler Anya Shrubsole to the squad which returned from South Africa as Katherine Brunt will be rested.
England Women have called up swing bowler Isa Guha to replace the injured Anya Shrubsole for the upcoming One-Day International Quadrangular series.
Shrubsole suffered a knee ligament injury during the Twenty20 International victory over Australia and has already been ruled out of the ODI series, which begins on 30th June.