Jonny Bairstow, Harry Brook, Nat Sciver and Sophia Dunkley among shortlisted candidates for PCA Player of the Year | Cricket News


Wayne Madsen, Will Jacks, Emma Lamb and Lauren Winfield-Hill are also among the shortlisted candidates for the Cinch PCA Player of the Year awards, along with Matthew Potts and Alice Capsey for Young Player of the Year.

Last update: 09/29/22 11:44

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In-form Jonny Bairstow reaches another century in England, helping them win the fifth Test against India at Edgbaston.

In-form Jonny Bairstow reaches another century in England, helping them win the fifth Test against India at Edgbaston.

Jonny Bairstow and Nat Sciver are among the shortlisted candidates for the PCA’s 2022 Male and Female Player of the Year awards.

The men’s shortlist also includes Derbyshire’s Wayne Madsen, Yorkshire’s Harry Brook and Surrey’s Will Jacks, while Sciver is joined by England teammates Sophia Dunkley, Emma Lamb and Lauren Winfield-Hill vying for women’s honors voted by the other players.

Brook and Jacks are also up for the PCA’s Young Male Player of the Year award alongside Matthew Potts, while Alice Capsey, Freya Kemp and Grace Scrivens are up for the PCA’s Young Female Player of the Year award. ‘year.

Jonny Bairstow secured his third consecutive Test century with his ton against India on day three of the Fifth Test against India at Edgbaston.

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Jonny Bairstow secured his third consecutive Test century with his ton against India on day three of the Fifth Test against India at Edgbaston.

Jonny Bairstow secured his third consecutive Test century with his ton against India on day three of the Fifth Test against India at Edgbaston.

Former England captain Joe Root and Birmingham Phoenix and Eve Jones of Central Sparks are the reigning male and female recipients of player of the year respectively, and Brook and Capsey the latest winners of the young player category.

Bairstow scored 681 runs at a 75.6 average with a 96.6 completion rate including four hundred during a blistering summer with the bat.

He fired 132 of 92 in the second Test against New Zealand, before following that up with 162 and 71 unstretched in the third Test, as well as hitting two centuries against India. In all, he produced 964 international runs over the summer, including 147 in IT20 cricket.

Last year’s PCA Young Men’s Player of the Year Brook continued his development by winning a first Test match after impressing in short form with 264 carries at an average of 52.8 in the Super League of the Pakistan earlier this year.

Nat Sciver joins the elite 150 club of women's Test cricket on day three against South Africa.

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Nat Sciver joins the elite 150 club of women’s Test cricket on day three against South Africa.

Nat Sciver joins the elite 150 club of women’s Test cricket on day three against South Africa.

He also recorded 976 county championship runs at an average of 107.4 and 436 runs in the Vitality Blast.

England’s Dunkley featured in all 18 women’s internationals in the summer, scoring 217 runs at an average of 36.2 in ODI cricket, including 107 from 93 balls against South Africa in Bristol.

The versatile South East Stars player also won the Vitality IT20 Player of the Summer award, scoring 197 runs at an average of 39.4 against South Africa and India.

Sciver recorded a first hundred Tests with 169 not knocked out in England’s game against South Africa in Taunton, as well as 188 IT20 points and 118 ODI points.

The Trent Rockets star, meanwhile, scored 228 points to average 76 in the Women’s Hundred.




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