The 2023 ANZ New Zealand Cricket Awards, to be held at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland, will be presented live on TVNZ Duke from 8:30pm tomorrow evening.
The ceremony will include the inaugural Debbie Hockley Medal, as well as the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal, the ANZ International men’s and women’s awards, domestic awards, the Bert Sutcliffe Medal, and the NZC Community awards.
An embargoed awards release with the winners and associated content will be issued to selected media at 7pm tomorrow and followed by an all-points-bulletin at the completion of the broadcast.
Last year’s winners can be found below:
2022 ANZ NZC AWARD WINNERS
Sir Richard Hadlee Medal: Tim Southee (Northern Districts)
Bert Sutcliffe Medal for Outstanding Services to Cricket: Penny Kinsella
ANZ Women’s ODI Player of the Year: Melie Kerr (Wellington Blaze)
ANZ Men’s ODI Player of the Year: Will Young (Central Stags)
ANZ Women’s T20I Player of the Year: Sophie Devine (Wellington Blaze)
ANZ Men’s T20I Player of the Year: Trent Boult (Northern Brave)
ANZ Test Player of the Year: Devon Conway (Wellington Firebirds)
Women’s Domestic Player of the Year: Nensi Patel (Northern Districts)
Men’s Domestic Player of the Year: Tom Bruce (Central Stags) and Robbie O’Donnell (Auckland Aces)
Women’s Dream11 Super Smash Player of the Year: Melie Kerr (Wellington Blaze)
Men’s Dream11 Super Smash Player of the Year: Michael Bracewell (Wellington Firebirds)
The Redpath Cup for first-class batting: Devon Conway (Wellington Firebirds)
The Ruth Martin Cup for women’s domestic batting: Suzie Bates (Otago Sparks)
The Winsor Cup for first-class bowling: Tim Southee (Northern Districts)
The Phyl Blackler Cup for women’s domestic bowling: Eden Carson (Otago Sparks)
G.J. Gardner Homes New Zealand Umpire of the Year: Chris Gaffaney