Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Trent Boult and Colin Munro all picked up main honours on the ANZ New Zealand Cricket Awards, held in Auckland on Thursday.
The ceremony started with a tribute to the victims of the terrorist assaults in Christchurch final week, which claimed the lives of greater than 40 individuals.
Williamson, New Zealand’s captain in all codecs, claimed the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for males’s Participant of the Yr, along with being named the Check Participant of the Yr; he scored 801 runs in the course of the judging interval at a mean of 89.
Taylor, who scored 759 ODI runs final 12 months at a mean of 84, was named the ODI Participant of the Yr, whereas Boult was awarded the Windsor Cup for first-class bowling after taking 35 wickets at a mean of 24. Munro was chosen as the lads’s T20 Participant of the Yr.
Teenage allrounder Amelia Kerr was the large winner among the many ladies, honoured because the ODI Participant of the Yr following a formidable season by which she amassed 415 runs whereas averaging 59. The spotlight of her season was a world report 232 not out towards Eire in Dublin final June, a match the place she additionally claimed 5 for 17.
ANZ NEW ZEALAND CRICKET AWARD WINNERS
Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for Participant of the Yr: Kane Williamson
ANZ Worldwide Check Participant of the Yr: Kane Williamson
ANZ Worldwide Girls’s ODI Participant of the Yr: Amelia Kerr
ANZ Worldwide Males’s ODI Participant of the Yr: Ross Taylor
ANZ Worldwide Girls’s T20 Participant of the Yr: Sophie Devine
ANZ Worldwide Males’s T20 Participant of the Yr: Colin Munro
Girls’s Home Participant of the Yr: Natalie Dodd
Males’s Home Participant of the Yr: Devon Conway
Burger King Tremendous Smash Girls’s Participant of the Yr: Frankie Mackay
Burger King Tremendous Smash Males’s Participant of the Yr: Tom Bruce
The Redpath Cup for First-Class batting: Kane Williamson
The Winsor Cup for First-Class bowling: Trent Boult
The Phyl Blackler Cup for girls’s home bowling: Amelia Kerr
The Ruth Martin Cup for girls’s home batting: Natalie Dodd