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Old 29th September 2016, 11:56   #81
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Ah, my ignorance of the women's game is shown-up. I wondered if you were trying to claim Duckett as your own!
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Old 29th September 2016, 12:04   #82
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Ah, my ignorance of the women's game is shown-up. I wondered if you were trying to claim Duckett as your own!
Sadly, no. He's set to join Hammond and Gower as splendid Kent-born batsmen whose talents we have no legitimate claim on.
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I forgot that the team of the year was voted for by the players. Was it in all formats?

Overall MVP

1 Patel, Jeetan Warks 564
2 Bresnan, Timothy Yorks 520
3 Jennings, Keaton Durham 507
4 Leach, Joseph Worcs 504
5 Dawson, Liam Hants 487
6 Lyth, Adam Yorks 481
7 Roland-Jones, Tobias Middx 476
8 Clarke, Rikki Warks 458
9 Patel, Samit Notts 457
10 Borthwick, Scott
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Old 29th September 2016, 15:48   #84
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I forgot that the team of the year was voted for by the players. Was it in all formats?

Overall MVP

1 Patel, Jeetan Warks 564
2 Bresnan, Timothy Yorks 520
3 Jennings, Keaton Durham 507
4 Leach, Joseph Worcs 504
5 Dawson, Liam Hants 487
6 Lyth, Adam Yorks 481
7 Roland-Jones, Tobias Middx 476
8 Clarke, Rikki Warks 458
9 Patel, Samit Notts 457
10 Borthwick, Scott
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Old 29th September 2016, 16:22   #85
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So tell me, did Lyth perform really well in Yorkshire's big games?
I don't think so, in the final two games, just for starters, when Middlesex needed him Gubbins stood up to be counted whereas Lyth didn't.

As usual your Yorkshire bias blinds you from the obvious, that the outcome here had little to do with performances or context, and more to do with being a "name".
Gubbins' first innings effort against Yorkshire was one of the most fortunate innings I've ever seen. Lyth did OK and the commentators remarked upon how well he played the ball outside his off stump.

As usual, your observations miss the mark by some distance, especially the "name" thing.
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The four nominees for NatWest PCA Young Player of the Year

Jofra Archer
Ben Coad
Craig Overton
Jamie Porter

Nominees for Players' Player of the Year

Colin Ingram
Jamie Porter
Samit Patel
Kumar Sangakarra
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Why do there have to be nominees for Player of the Year?

Can't each player make his choice and the award be given to the one receiving the most votes?
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Old 28th September 2017, 10:38   #88
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Why do there have to be nominees for Player of the Year?

Can't each player make his choice and the award be given to the one receiving the most votes?


Could it be to avoid some sort of social media inspired campaign to get someone unworthy chosen? (The 'BoatyMcBoatFace' farce comes to mind!)

This way, any winner will be a reasonable choice...
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If the vote was open to everyone, then I suppose it could be.

However, by the title of one of the awards, I'd have thought it could only be voted on by players.
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ROOT WINS ENGLAND PCA MVP

Joe Root has finished top of England Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings for the 2017 season.

England’s new Test captain took 10 points from Friday’s final One Day International against the West Indies at the Ageas Bowl to take first place. Root finished four points clear of Ben Stokes with 326 across all formats during the longest-ever English season with Moeen Ali third on 280 points, Jonny Bairstow fourth with 240 points and Jimmy Anderson, who only featured in Tests, fifth with 203 points.

Root made 46 from 44 balls at the Ageas Bowl which also helped him to finish top of this season’s England PCA MVP Rankings in One Day International cricket. He ended the season with 172 points in 50 overs cricket, 28 points ahead of Ali with Stokes third on 126 points.

Liam Plunkett finished fourth on 122 points with Bairstow taking fifth place with a storming finish to the season. Bairstow’s ODI-best of 141 at the Ageas Bowl earned him 31 batting points and his match haul of 32 rankings points took him to 110 in ODIs this season.

Bairstow nudged Eoin Morgan, England’s white ball captain, to sixth in the ODI rankings but Morgan remains England’s all-time highest points earner in the format in PCA MVP history.

Morgan now has 1,128 points in ODIs with Anderson (911 points) second and Stuart Broad (904) behind him.

Anderson finished top of England’s Test PCA MVP Rankings on 203 points, seven more than Stokes and Plunkett topped the T20 International rankings with 35 points, two ahead of Bairstow.

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SAMIT PATEL WINS PCA MVP AWARD

Samit Patel has capped a memorable season for Nottinghamshire and himself by winning the Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Award.
The England all-rounder earned most points in all three domestic competitions to finish top of the PCA MVP Rankings with 535 points, 54 points ahead of Warwickshire’s New Zealand off-spinner Jeetan Patel who topped the PCA MVP in 2014 and 2016.

Patel played a major part in helping Nottinghamshire complete a white ball trophy double of the Royal London One Day Cup and NatWest T20 Blast as well as winning promotion in the Specsavers County Championship following relegation 12 months ago.

He received a cheque for £10,000 from PCA Chief Executive David Leatherdale at Trent Bridge today.

“I’ve never won it before, it’s a great achievement which really caps off our year. It’s testament to all our lads that we have got two trophies in the bag and got promoted,” Patel said. “I’ve finished second a couple of times in the MVP and to get over the extra hurdle and win it rounds off a great year.
“I follow the MVP. It’s good to have a look to see where you are and where you can better. I pride myself on that.”
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Patel won ahead of Sanga? He’s done very well, absolutely, but Sanga has been astonishing and in Division 1.

Edit - misread that and missed the “MVP” bit! These systems always overstate all-round contributions, hence Jeetan Patel coming second despite a fairly underwhelming bowling season as he’s bludgeoned a few runs.
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EG HAYTER CUP FOR THE NATWEST PCA PLAYERS’ PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Samit Patel (Nottinghamshire)

JOHN ARLOTT CUP FOR THE NATWEST PCA YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Jamie Porter (Essex)

NATWEST WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE SUMMER:
Natalie Sciver

INVESTEC TEST PLAYER OF THE SUMMER:
James Anderson

ROYAL LONDON ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL PLAYER OF THE SUMMER:
Joe Root

PCA TEAM OF THE YEAR:
Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire)
Mark Stoneman (Surrey)
Colin Ingram (Glamorgan)
Kumar Sangakkara (Surrey)
Samit Patel (Nottinghamshire)
Darren Stevens (Kent)
Ben Cox (Worcestershire)
Kyle Abbott (Hampshire)
Craig Overton (Somerset)
Simon Harmer (Essex)
Jamie Porter (Essex)

SPECSAVERS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Jamie Porter (Essex)

NATWEST T20 BLAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Wayne Madsen (Derbyshire)

ROYAL LONDON ONE-DAY CUP PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Colin Ingram (Glamorgan)

GREENE KING PCA ENGLAND MASTERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Owais Shah

PCA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:
Fred Rumsey

ECB SPECIAL AWARD:
Heather Knight and Mark Robinson

HAROLD GOLDBLATT AWARD FOR THE PCA UMPIRE OF THE YEAR:Michael Gough
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