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  1. #1
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    2019 Australian Cricket Awards - Pat Cummins wins Allan Border medal

    The allrounder Marcus Stoinis has been named menís ODI Player of the Year at the 2019 Australian Cricket Awards, beating the likes of Shaun Marsh and Aaron Finch.

    Stoinis scooped the covered award at the annual function Ė formerly known as the Allan Border Medal Ė as the gala event got underway in Melbourne with the menís ODI category. This the 29-year-oldís first such award and makes him the first seam-bowling allrounder to win the menís ODI title since Shane Watson did so from 2010-2012.

    Stoinis polled 30 votes to be named Australiaís ODI Player of the Year over Finch (22 votes), Marsh (18) and Travis Head (14).

    During the voting period of January 7, 2017 to January 9, 2018, Stoinis was the constant factor in the 13 ODIs that Australia played. None of his team-mates featured in all 13 games, of which Australia won just two.

    In these games, Stoinis finished as Australiaís third-highest run-getter with 376 at 28.92 while batting in the lower middle order and he claimed the most wickets (13) at 36.77 apiece.

    In comparison, Marsh scored three centuries in seven games during this period at an average of 59.83. Finch, Australiaís limited-overs captain, led the teamís run-chart with 493 at 44.82 with three centuries.

    https://www.cricketcountry.com/news/...he-year-802013


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    13 games, Won 2

    Player of the year averages 30 with the bat, 40 with the ball.

    It's been a terrible year for Australian cricket. They should have simply abolished the awards for this year.

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    Every winner at the 2019 Australian Cricket Awards

    Pat Cummins and Alyssa Healy were the biggest winners at the Australian Cricket Awards, but several other talented players went home with smiles on their faces.

    Here is every winner from cricket’s night of nights, that took place in Melbourne on Monday.

    Mens ODI Player of the Year: Marcus Stoinis - 30 votes

    Womens ODI Player of the Year: Alyssa Healy - 13 votes

    Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year: Georgia Wareham - 74% of the vote

    Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year: Will Pucovski

    Male Test Player of the Year: Nathan Lyon

    Community Champion: Moises Henriques

    Womens Domestic Player of the Year: Heather Graham - 29% of the vote

    Mens Domestic Player of the Year: Matthew Wade - 24% of the vote

    Womens T20I Player of the Year: Alyssa Healy - 43 votes

    Mens T20I Player of the Year: Glenn Maxwell - 33 votes

    Belinda Clark Medal: Alyssa Healy - 125 votes

    Allan Border Medal: Pat Cummins - 156 votes

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/cricket...bfd-1549884119


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    Cummins and Healy claim top honours at 2019 Australian Cricket Awards

    Pat Cummins and Alyssa Healy win first Allan Border Medal and Belinda Clark Award respectively

    Nathan Lyon wins Men’s Test Player of the Year, Marcus Stoinis wins Men’s ODI Player of the Year and Glenn Maxwell wins his second Men’s T20 International Player of the Year

    Healy sweeps the women’s international awards, also claiming Women’s ODI Player of the Year and Women’s T20 International Player of the Year

    Matthew Wade wins Men’s Domestic Player of the Year, Will Pucovski named Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year

    Heather Graham wins Women’s Domestic Player of the Year, Georgia Wareham wins Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year

    Moises Henriques wins inaugural Community Champion AwardThe Allan Border Medal and Belinda Clark Award have been won by first time recipients at the 2019 Australian Cricket Awards, with Pat Cummins and Alyssa Healy claiming Australian cricket’s highest individual honours respectively.

    Healy was the clear winner of the Belinda Clark Award with 125 votes, ahead of Megan Schutt (81) and Ashleigh Gardner (81). The win caps an outstanding year for the wicketkeeper-batter, during which she scored 907 runs at an average of 45.35, including a high score of 133, and affected 33 dismissals (18 catches and 15 stumpings).

    Healy’s dominance extended to the Women’s ODI Player of the Year Award, where she secured top spot with 13 votes ahead of Nicole Bolton (12) and Ashleigh Gardner (9), and the Women’s T20 International Player of the Year Award where she claimed 43 votes ahead of Megan Schutt (30) and Ellyse Perry (27).

    Pat Cummins claimed the Allan Border Medal with 156 votes, narrowly beating Nathan Lyon (150) and Aaron Finch (146), becoming the first bowler to claim the top honours since Mitchell Johnson in 2014. Cummins claimed 44 wickets in the voting period, while he also proved handy with the bat down the order, accumulating 290 runs in the year.

    Nathan Lyon won the Men’s Test Player of the Year with 25 votes, edging out Pat Cummins (22) and Usman Khawaja (17 votes).

    Marcus Stoinis claimed the Men’s ODI Player of Year Award with 30 votes, ahead of Aaron Finch (22) and Shaun Marsh (18), while Glenn Maxwell earned his second Men’s T20 International Player of the Year Award with 33 votes, edging out D’arcy Short (30) and Andrew Tye (29).

    Matthew Wade secured the award for the Men’s Domestic Player of the Year after an outstanding season across the JLT Sheffield Shield and KFC Big Bash League, while Victorian batsmen William Pucovski was named Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year after a breakthrough season.

    The Women’s Domestic Player of the Year Award was claimed by Heather Graham after an outstanding season with ball and bat, and all-rounder Georgia Wareham took out the Betty Wilson Young Player after an impressive season where she debuted for Australia and cemented her status as a rising star.

    Moises Henriques was the recipient of the inaugural Community Champion Award thanks to his fearless campaigning in raising the profile of mental health issues within the community, leading finalists Corinne Hall and Jake Doran. The Community Champion award was introduced this year to acknowledge the contribution current Australia players make to the broader community.

    The awards for international cricket are based on votes from players, umpires and the media on a 3-2-1 basis from each match. For the domestic awards, the votes are collected from all players.

    To be eligible for the Young Cricketer of the Year awards, players must be 24 years or less prior to the commencement of the award period and have not won the award previously. Prior to the award period, male players must have played 10 or less first-class matches and 25 or less combined List A and BBL matches and female players 25 or less matches.

    Award winners

    Allan Border Medal – Pat Cummins

    Belinda Clark Award – Alyssa Healy

    Men’s Test Player of the Year – Nathan Lyon

    Men’s ODI Player of the Year – Marcus Stoinis

    Women’s ODI Player of the Year – Alyssa Healy

    Men’s T20I Player of the Year – Glenn Maxwell

    Women’s T20I Player of the Year – Alyssa Healy

    Men’s Domestic Player of the Year – Matthew Wade

    Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year – Will Pucovsk

    iWomen’s Domestic Player of the Year – Heather Graham

    Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year – Georgia Wareham

    Community Champion Award – Moises Henriques

    Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inductees – Cathryn Fitzpatrick, Dean Jones, Billy Murdoch

    Allan Border Medal – Pat Cummins (156 votes)
    2nd: Nathan Lyon (150 votes)
    3rd: Aaron Finch (146 votes)

    Belinda Clark Award – Alyssa Healy (125 votes)
    2nd: Megan Schutt (81 votes)
    3rd: Ashleigh Gardner (71 votes)

    Men’s Test Player of the Year – Nathan Lyon (25 votes)
    2nd: Pat Cummins (22 votes)
    3rd: Usman Khawaja (17 votes)

    Men’s ODI Player of the Year – Marcus Stoinis (30 votes)
    2nd: Aaron Finch (22 votes)
    3rd: Shaun Marsh (18 votes)

    Women’s ODI Player of the Year – Alyssa Healy (13 votes)
    2nd: Nicole Bolton (12 votes)
    3rd: Ashleigh Gardner (9 votes)

    Men’s T20 International Player of the Year – Glenn Maxwell (33 votes)
    2nd: D’arcy Short (30 votes)
    3rd: Andrew Tye (29 votes)

    Women’s T20 International Player of the Year – Alyssa Healy (43 votes)
    2nd: Megan Schutt (30 votes)
    3rd: Ellyse Perry (27 votes)

    CA Media Release
    Last edited by MenInG; 11th February 2019 at 16:20.


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    scraping the barrel..


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