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Cricket Australia Awards: Mitchell Starc wins maiden Allan Border medal, Ashleigh Gardner baggage Belinda Clarke award | Cricket Information

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CANBERRA: Senior pacer Mitchell Starc claimed his maiden Allan Border medal whereas Ashleigh Gardner turned the primary indigenous individual to win the Belinda Clarke award, the highest two honours at Cricket Australia (CA) Awards.
Starc was honoured for his robust efficiency in all three codecs of the sport. He’s solely the fifth bowler in 22 years to win the award.
Gardener additionally bagged the popularity for the primary time. She is the primary indigenous participant to clinch the highest gong in Australian ladies’s cricket.
The awards had been determined by a voting course of for the interval 2021-22.
The award winners had been determined by votes from gamers, umpires and media representatives all year long. The announcement got here through the lunch break of the continued ladies’s Ashes Take a look at right here.
Starc, who took 43 wickets throughout all codecs within the 12-month interval, edged out all-rounder Mitchell Marsh by one vote.
Gardner, however, was Australia’s third-highest run-scorer and fifth-highest wicket-taker throughout the voting interval, scoring 281 runs at a median of 35.10 that included 4 half centuries whereas additionally claiming 9 wickets.
She obtained 54 votes to win the Belinda Clark award forward of Beth Mooney (47) and Alyssa Healy (39).
It was double celebration for Starc as he additionally gained the boys’s ODI Participant of the Yr. He joins Pat Cummins, Mitchell Johnson, Brett Lee and Glenn McGrath as the one quick bowlers to win the highest award since its inception in 2000.
Star wicketkeeper batter Alyssa Healy gained the ladies’s ODI Participant of the Yr award for the third time.
The large-hitting Marsh, who was the star of the T20 World Cup closing final yr, was named the Males’s T20 Participant of the Yr after an amazing 12 months.
Marsh, who scored 627 runs from 21 T20Is, obtained 53 votes, forward of pacer Josh Hazlewood (29) and spinner Ashton Agar (26).
Beth Mooney gained her second successive ladies’s T20 Participant of the Yr award. With 13 votes, she completed forward of Tahlia McGrath (10) and Gardner (6).
Batter Travis Head bagged the Take a look at Participant of the Yr award courtesy a superb Ashes marketing campaign that included two match-winning a whole bunch.
Record of 2022 Australian Cricket Awards:
Belinda Clark Award: Ashleigh Gardner (54 votes)
Allan Border Medal: Mitchell Starc (107 votes)
Males’s Take a look at Participant of the Yr: Travis Head (12 votes)
Ladies’s ODI Participant of the Yr: Alyssa Healy (13 votes)
Males’s ODI Participant of the Yr: Mitchell Starc (15 votes)
Ladies’s T20 Participant of the Yr: Beth Mooney (13 votes)
Males’s T20 Participant of the Yr: Mitchell Marsh (53 votes)
Ladies’s Home Participant of the Yr: Elyse Villani
Males’s Home Participant of the Yr: Travis Head
Betty Wilson Younger Cricketer: Darcie Brown
Bradman Younger Cricketer: Tim Ward
Australian Cricket Corridor of Fame inductees: Justin Langer and Raelee Thompson

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