Full List of Winners, Allan Border Medal, Belinda Clark Medal
Australia’s Cricket Night of Nights is here and the country’s best players are recognized and celebrated at the Australian Cricket Awards 2023 at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney.
Over the past 12 months, the men’s national team has toured Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India before returning home for a dominant summer at home against the West Indies and South Africa.
Meanwhile, the women’s team kept the Ashes on home soil, reclaiming the coveted world title in New Zealand and winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
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The awards ceremony begins at 7.30pm AEDT which you can watch live on Fox Cricket (Channel 501) or stream on Kayo Sports.
Warner named Men’s ODI Player of the Year
David Warner has been named Men’s ODI Player of the Year for the third time.
The 36-year-old was Australia’s leading run scorer during the election period with 552 runs on 42.46, including four fifties and a century.
He hit 106 at the MCG during Australia’s recent ODI series against England; It was his first international century in almost three years, breaking a 1043-day drought.
Warner is the only cricketer, alongside Shane Watson, to have won the award three times.
He beat Travis Head (550 runs at 68.75) and Steve Smith (539 runs at 67.37) for the prize, while leg spinner Adam Zampa, who was nominated for ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year, is also considering himself could unhappy.
Zampa snatched 30 ODI wickets at 5:53 p.m. during the voting period, with no other Australian cricketer capturing more than 16 scalps.
Warner received 25 votes, as did Smith, but the veteran opener was declared the win by a three-point countback. Head was right behind them by 24 votes.
Meanwhile, Beth Mooney was named Women’s ODI Player of the Year, scoring 594 runs at 99.00 during the voting period.
The left-hander hit an unbeaten 62 of 47 balls during the World Cup final in New Zealand and looted a career-best 33 in the third ODI at the North Sydney Oval against Pakistan last week.
Wild Thing wins Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year
Western Australia paceman Lance Morris has been named Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year after a breakthrough summer in the Sheffield Shield.
The 24-year-old is currently the Sheffield Shield’s leading wicket-taker with 27 scalps at 6.40pm, which earned him a surprise call-up to the Australia Test team earlier in the summer.
Meanwhile, Courtney Sippel was named Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year after a strong summer for the Brisbane Heat and Queensland Fire.
Full List of Australian Cricket Prize Winners
Betty Wilson Young Cricket Player of the Year – Courtney Sippel
Bradman Young Cricket Player of the Year – Lance Morris
International Player of the Year – Annabel Sutherland
Men’s National Player of the Year – Michael Neser
Men’s ODI Player of the Year – David Warner
Women’s ODI Player of the Year – Beth Mooney
https://www.foxsports.com.au/cricket/full-list-of-winners-for-the-2023-australian-cricket-awards/news-story/c10bc61b0815b5c0245cfed74d246a6b Full List of Winners, Allan Border Medal, Belinda Clark Medal