Tuesday, 14 September 2010
Who is YCCC Player of the Year 2010?
It's that time of the year again when we decide who the Yorkshire County Cricket Club player of the Year is.
The awards ceremony will take place during the lunch interval on Wednesday and you have until 12 noon on Wednesday to register your vote on the YCCC website homepage poll.
This year's nominations (in alphabetical order) are:
Jonathan Bairstow - a great second season, particularly with the bat, has seen him cement his place in Yorkshire's 1st XI
Tim Bresnan - excellent performances for Yorkshire and has further enhanced his England credentials
Andrew Gale - taken to captaincy like a duck to water, has led Yorkshire to victories on the pitch and has managed to maintain his own high standards with the bat
Adam Lyth - the first man in the country to pass 1,000 runs and one of the most talked about batsman on the county circuit as a result
Anthony McGrath - after the disappointment of losing the captaincy Mags has come back in 2010 and shown what a high class performer he is
Steve Patterson - a real breakthrough season for Steve Patterson in both one-day and 4-day cricket, showing reliability and he's taken wickets too.
Adil Rashid - with bat and ball Adil continues to impress. Leading the wicket taking hauls in t20 and 4-day cricket and adding important runs too.
Jacques Rudolph - he gets boring doesn't he? Runs, runs, runs including a record eclipsing performance in Yorkshire's charge to the CB40 Semi-Finals.
Ajmal Shahzad - fast and dangerous Ajmal has continued to impress and now regularly features in England squads.
You can cast your vote now on the YCCC website homepage. Your decision is final!!!!
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