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Melbourne Stars Marcus Stoinis and Annabel Sutherland have taken out two of the top honours at the Australian Cricket Awards.
Stoinis was named the Men’s T20I Player of the Year after performing so well for Australia, inlcuding the recent ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on home shores.
Sutherland’s efforts at a domestic level were duly recognised in an award voted by her peers.
Melbourne Stars Captain Meg Lanning was also named runner up in the Belinda Clark Award.
Below is a full list of the award winners.
Belinda Clark Award – Beth Mooney (129 votes)
2nd: Meg Lanning (110 votes)
3rd: Tahlia McGrath (95 votes)
Allan Border Medal – Steve Smith (171 votes)
Travis Head (144 votes)
David Warner (141 votes)
Women’s ODI Player of the Year – Beth Mooney
Women’s T20I Player of the Year – Tahlia McGrath
Shane Warne Men’s Test Player of the Year – Usman Khawaja
Men’s ODI Player of the Year – David Warner
Men’s T20I Player of the Year – Marcus Stoinis
Women’s Domestic Player of the Year – Annabel Sutherland
Men’s Domestic Player of the Year – Michael Neser
Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year – Courtney Sippel
Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year – Lance Morris
Community Champion Award – Usman Khawaja
Woolworths Cricket Blaster of the Year – Mabel Tovey
Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inductees – Marg Jennings and Ian Redpath
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.