ICC Awards
Current: 2021 ICC Awards
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Awarded forInternational cricket, to recognise and honour the best international cricket players of the previous 12 months
Presented byICC
First awarded7 September 2004 (2004-09-07)
Websiteicc-cricket.com

The ICC Awards are an annual set of sports awards for international cricket, which recognise and honour the best international cricket players of the previous 12 months. The awards were introduced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2004. Between 2009 and 2014 the awards were known, for sponsorship reasons, as the LG ICC Awards.[1]

Men's awards

ICC Men's Cricketer of the Year

See also: Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy

Year Winner
2004 India Rahul Dravid
2005 South Africa Jacques Kallis
England Andrew Flintoff
2006 Australia Ricky Ponting
2007
2008 Cricket West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul
2009 Australia Mitchell Johnson
2010 India Sachin Tendulkar
2011 England Jonathan Trott
2012 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara
2013 Australia Michael Clarke
2014 Australia Mitchell Johnson
2015 Australia Steve Smith
2016 India Ravichandran Ashwin
2017 India Virat Kohli
2018
2019 England Ben Stokes
2021 Pakistan Shaheen Afridi

ICC Men's Test Cricketer of the Year

See also: ICC Men's Test Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2004 India Rahul Dravid
2005 South Africa Jacques Kallis
2006 Australia Ricky Ponting
2007 Pakistan Mohammad Yousuf
2008 South Africa Dale Steyn
2009 India Gautam Gambhir
2010 India Virender Sehwag
2011 England Alastair Cook
2012 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara
2013 Australia Michael Clarke
2014 Australia Mitchell Johnson
2015 Australia Steve Smith
2016 India Ravichandran Ashwin
2017 Australia Steve Smith
2018 India Virat Kohli
2019 Australia Pat Cummins
2021 England Joe Root

ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year

See also: ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2004 England Andrew Flintoff
2005 England Kevin Pietersen
2006 Australia Michael Hussey
2007 Australia Matthew Hayden
2008 India MS Dhoni
2009
2010 South Africa AB de Villiers
2011 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara
2012 India Virat Kohli
2013 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara
2014 South Africa AB de Villiers
2015
2016 South Africa Quinton de Kock
2017 India Virat Kohli
2018
2019 India Rohit Sharma
2021 Pakistan Babar Azam

ICC Men's T20I Cricketer of the Year

See also: ICC Men's T20I Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2021 Pakistan Mohammad Rizwan

ICC Men's Emerging Cricketer of the Year

Main article: ICC Men's Emerging Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2004 India Irfan Pathan
2005 England Kevin Pietersen
2006 England Ian Bell
2007 Australia Shaun Tait
2008 Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis
2009 Australia Peter Siddle
2010 England Steven Finn
2011 Cricket West Indies Devendra Bishoo
2012 Cricket West Indies Sunil Narine
2013 India Cheteshwar Pujara
2014 England Gary Ballance
2015 Australia Josh Hazlewood
2016 Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman
2017 Pakistan Hasan Ali
2018 India Rishabh Pant
2019 Australia Marnus Labuschagne
2021 South Africa Janneman Malan

ICC Men's Associate Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2007 Kenya Thomas Odoyo
2008 Netherlands Ryan ten Doeschate
2009 Ireland William Porterfield
2010 Netherlands Ryan ten Doeschate
2011
2012 Ireland George Dockrell
2013 Ireland Kevin O'Brien
2014 Scotland Preston Mommsen
2015 United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan
2016 Afghanistan Mohammad Shahzad
2017 Afghanistan Rashid Khan
2018 Scotland Calum MacLeod
2019 Scotland Kyle Coetzer
2021 Oman Zeeshan Maqsood

ICC Men's Test Team of the Year

See also: ICC Men's Test Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th man
2004[2] Australia Matthew Hayden South Africa Herschelle Gibbs Australia Ricky Ponting (c) India Rahul Dravid Cricket West Indies Brian Lara South Africa Jacques Kallis Australia Adam Gilchrist (wk) Sri Lanka Chaminda Vaas Australia Shane Warne Australia Jason Gillespie England Steve Harmison
2005[3] India Virender Sehwag South Africa Graeme Smith Australia Ricky Ponting (c) South Africa Jacques Kallis Cricket West Indies Brian Lara Pakistan Inzamam-ul-Haq England Andrew Flintoff Australia Adam Gilchrist (wk) Australia Shane Warne Sri Lanka Chaminda Vaas Australia Glenn McGrath India Anil Kumble
2006[4] Australia Matthew Hayden Australia Michael Hussey Australia Ricky Ponting India Rahul Dravid (c) Pakistan Mohammad Yousuf Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara (wk) England Andrew Flintoff Australia Shane Warne South Africa Makhaya Ntini Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan Australia Glenn McGrath Australia Brett Lee
2007[5] Australia Matthew Hayden England Michael Vaughan Australia Ricky Ponting (c) Pakistan Mohammad Yousuf England Kevin Pietersen Australia Michael Hussey Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara (wk) Australia Stuart Clark South Africa Makhaya Ntini Pakistan Mohammad Asif Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan India Zaheer Khan
2008[6] South Africa Graeme Smith (c) India Virender Sehwag Sri Lanka Mahela Jayawardene Cricket West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul England Kevin Pietersen South Africa Jacques Kallis Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara (wk) Australia Brett Lee England Ryan Sidebottom South Africa Dale Steyn Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan Australia Stuart Clark
2009[7] India Gautam Gambhir England Andrew Strauss South Africa AB de Villiers India Sachin Tendulkar Sri Lanka Thilan Samaraweera Australia Michael Clarke India MS Dhoni (c/wk) Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan Australia Mitchell Johnson England Stuart Broad South Africa Dale Steyn India Harbhajan Singh
2010[8][9] India Virender Sehwag Australia Simon Katich India Sachin Tendulkar South Africa Hashim Amla Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara South Africa Jacques Kallis India MS Dhoni (c/wk) England Graeme Swann England James Anderson South Africa Dale Steyn Australia Doug Bollinger
2011[10] England Alastair Cook South Africa Hashim Amla England Jonathan Trott India Sachin Tendulkar Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara (c/wk) South Africa AB de Villiers South Africa Jacques Kallis England Stuart Broad England Graeme Swann South Africa Dale Steyn England James Anderson India Zaheer Khan
2012[11] England Alastair Cook South Africa Hashim Amla Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara South Africa Jacques Kallis Australia Michael Clarke (c) Cricket West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul England Matt Prior (wk) England Stuart Broad Pakistan Saeed Ajmal South Africa Vernon Philander South Africa Dale Steyn South Africa AB de Villiers
2013[12] England Alastair Cook (c) India Cheteshwar Pujara South Africa Hashim Amla Australia Michael Clarke Australia Michael Hussey South Africa AB de Villiers India MS Dhoni (wk) England Graeme Swann South Africa Dale Steyn England James Anderson South Africa Vernon Philander India Ravichandran Ashwin
2014[13][14] Australia David Warner New Zealand Kane Williamson Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara South Africa AB de Villiers (wk) England Joe Root Sri Lanka Angelo Mathews (c) Australia Mitchell Johnson England Stuart Broad South Africa Dale Steyn Sri Lanka Rangana Herath New Zealand Tim Southee New Zealand Ross Taylor
2015[15] Australia David Warner England Alastair Cook (c) New Zealand Kane Williamson Pakistan Younis Khan Australia Steve Smith England Joe Root Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed (wk) England Stuart Broad New Zealand Trent Boult Pakistan Yasir Shah Australia Josh Hazlewood India Ravichandran Ashwin
2016[16] Australia David Warner England Alastair Cook (c) New Zealand Kane Williamson England Joe Root Australia Adam Voges England Jonny Bairstow (wk) England Ben Stokes India Ravichandran Ashwin Sri Lanka Rangana Herath Australia Mitchell Starc South Africa Dale Steyn Australia Steve Smith
2017[17] South Africa Dean Elgar Australia David Warner India Virat Kohli (c) Australia Steve Smith India Cheteshwar Pujara England Ben Stokes South Africa Quinton de Kock (wk) India Ravichandran Ashwin Australia Mitchell Starc South Africa Kagiso Rabada England James Anderson
2018[18] New Zealand Tom Latham Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne New Zealand Kane Williamson India Virat Kohli (c) New Zealand Henry Nicholls India Rishabh Pant (wk) Cricket West Indies Jason Holder South Africa Kagiso Rabada Australia Nathan Lyon India Jasprit Bumrah Pakistan Mohammad Abbas
2019[19] India Mayank Agarwal New Zealand Tom Latham Australia Marnus Labuschagne India Virat Kohli (c) Australia Steve Smith England Ben Stokes New Zealand BJ Watling (wk) Australia Pat Cummins Australia Mitchell Starc New Zealand Neil Wagner Australia Nathan Lyon
2021[20] Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne India Rohit Sharma Australia Marnus Labuschagne England Joe Root) New Zealand Kane Williamson(c) Pakistan Fawad Alam India Rishabh Pant (wk) IndiaRavichandran Ashwin New Zealand Kyle Jamieson Pakistan Hasan Ali Pakistan Shaheen Afridi

ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year

See also: ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th man
2004[21] Australia Adam Gilchrist (wk) India Sachin Tendulkar Cricket West Indies Chris Gayle Australia Ricky Ponting (c) Cricket West Indies Brian Lara India Virender Sehwag South Africa Jacques Kallis England Andrew Flintoff South Africa Shaun Pollock Sri Lanka Chaminda Vaas Australia Jason Gillespie
2005[3] Sri Lanka Marvan Atapattu (c) Australia Adam Gilchrist (wk) India Rahul Dravid England Kevin Pietersen Pakistan Inzamam-ul-Haq England Andrew Flintoff Australia Andrew Symonds New Zealand Daniel Vettori Australia Brett Lee Pakistan Naved-ul-Hasan Australia Glenn McGrath South Africa Jacques Kallis
2006[22] Australia Adam Gilchrist (wk) India MS Dhoni Australia Ricky Ponting Sri Lanka Mahela Jayawardene (c) India Yuvraj Singh Australia Michael Hussey England Andrew Flintoff India Irfan Pathan Australia Brett Lee New Zealand Shane Bond Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan Australia Andrew Symonds
2007[23] Australia Matthew Hayden India Sachin Tendulkar Australia Ricky Ponting (c) England Kevin Pietersen Cricket West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul South Africa Jacques Kallis South Africa Mark Boucher (wk) Sri Lanka Chaminda Vaas New Zealand Shane Bond Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan Australia Glenn McGrath Australia Michael Hussey
2008[6] South Africa Herschelle Gibbs India Sachin Tendulkar Australia Ricky Ponting (c) Pakistan Younis Khan Australia Andrew Symonds India MS Dhoni (wk) Sri Lanka Farveez Maharoof New Zealand Daniel Vettori Australia Brett Lee Australia Mitchell Johnson Australia Nathan Bracken Pakistan Salman Butt
2009[24] India Virender Sehwag Cricket West Indies Chris Gayle England Kevin Pietersen Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan India Yuvraj Singh New Zealand Martin Guptill India MS Dhoni (c/wk) England Andrew Flintoff Sri Lanka Nuwan Kulasekara Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis Pakistan Umar Gul Sri Lanka Thilan Thushara
2010[25] India Sachin Tendulkar Australia Shane Watson Australia Michael Hussey South Africa AB de Villiers England Paul Collingwood Australia Ricky Ponting (c) India MS Dhoni (wk) New Zealand Daniel Vettori England Stuart Broad Australia Doug Bollinger Australia Ryan Harris
2011[26][27] Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan India Virender Sehwag Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara South Africa AB de Villiers Australia Shane Watson India Yuvraj Singh India MS Dhoni (c/wk) England Graeme Swann Pakistan Umar Gul South Africa Dale Steyn India Zaheer Khan Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga
2012[28] India Gautam Gambhir England Alastair Cook Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara India Virat Kohli India MS Dhoni (c/wk) Australia Michael Clarke Pakistan Shahid Afridi South Africa Morné Morkel England Steven Finn Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga Pakistan Saeed Ajmal Australia Shane Watson
2013[12] Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan India Shikhar Dhawan South Africa Hashim Amla Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara South Africa AB de Villiers India MS Dhoni (c/wk) India Ravindra Jadeja Pakistan Saeed Ajmal Australia Mitchell Starc England James Anderson Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga New Zealand Mitchell McClenaghan
2014[13] Pakistan Mohammad Hafeez South Africa Quinton de Kock India Virat Kohli Australia George Bailey South Africa AB de Villiers India MS Dhoni (c/wk) Cricket West Indies Dwayne Bravo Australia James Faulkner South Africa Dale Steyn India Mohammed Shami Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis India Rohit Sharma
2015[15] Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan South Africa Hashim Amla Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara (wk) South Africa AB de Villiers (c) Australia Steve Smith New Zealand Ross Taylor New Zealand Trent Boult India Mohammed Shami Australia Mitchell Starc Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman South Africa Imran Tahir England Joe Root
2016[29] Australia David Warner South Africa Quinton de Kock (wk) India Rohit Sharma India Virat Kohli (c) South Africa AB de Villiers England Jos Buttler Australia Mitchell Marsh India Ravindra Jadeja Australia Mitchell Starc South Africa Kagiso Rabada Cricket West Indies Sunil Narine South Africa Imran Tahir
2017[17][30] Australia David Warner India Rohit Sharma India Virat Kohli (c) Pakistan Babar Azam South Africa AB de Villiers South Africa Quinton de Kock (wk) England Ben Stokes New Zealand Trent Boult Pakistan Hasan Ali Afghanistan Rashid Khan India Jasprit Bumrah
2018[31][32] India Rohit Sharma England Jonny Bairstow India Virat Kohli (c) England Joe Root New Zealand Ross Taylor England Jos Buttler (wk) England Ben Stokes Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman Afghanistan Rashid Khan India Kuldeep Yadav India Jasprit Bumrah
2019[19][33] India Rohit Sharma Cricket West Indies Shai Hope India Virat Kohli (c) Pakistan Babar Azam New Zealand Kane Williamson England Ben Stokes England Jos Buttler (wk) Australia Mitchell Starc New Zealand Trent Boult India Mohammed Shami India Kuldeep Yadav
2021[34][35] Ireland Paul Stirling South Africa Janneman Malan Pakistan Babar Azam (c) Pakistan Fakhar Zaman South Africa Rassie van der Dussen Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) Sri Lanka Wanindu Hasaranga Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman Ireland Simi Singh Sri Lanka Dushmantha Chameera

ICC Men's T20I Team of the Year

See also: ICC Men's T20I Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th man
2021[36] England Jos Buttler Pakistan Mohammad Rizwan (wk) Pakistan Babar Azam (c) South Africa Aiden Markram Australia Mitchell Marsh South Africa David Miller South Africa Tabraiz Shamsi Australia Josh Hazlewood Sri Lanka Wanindu Hasaranga Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman Pakistan Shaheen Afridi

Women's awards

ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year

See also: ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2006 Australia Karen Rolton
2007 India Jhulan Goswami
2008 England Charlotte Edwards
2009 England Claire Taylor
2010 Australia Shelley Nitschke
2011 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor
2012 Not awarded
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017 Australia Ellyse Perry
2018 India Smriti Mandhana
2019 Australia Ellyse Perry
2021 India Smriti Mandhana

ICC Women's ODI Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2012 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor
2013 New Zealand Suzie Bates
2014 England Sarah Taylor
2015 Australia Meg Lanning
2016 New Zealand Suzie Bates
2017 New Zealand Amy Satterthwaite
2018 India Smriti Mandhana
2019 Australia Ellyse Perry
2021 South Africa Lizelle Lee

ICC Women's T20I Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2012 England Sarah Taylor
2013
2014 Australia Meg Lanning
2015 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor
2016 New Zealand Suzie Bates
2017 Australia Beth Mooney
2018 Australia Alyssa Healy
2019
2021 England Tammy Beaumont

ICC Women's Emerging Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2017 Australia Beth Mooney
2018 England Sophie Ecclestone
2019 Thailand Chanida Sutthiruang
2021 Pakistan Fatima Sana

ICC Women's Associate Cricketer of the Year

Year Winner
2021 Austria Andrea-Mae Zepeda

ICC Women's ODI Team of the Year

See also: ICC Women's ODI Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th woman
2017[37] England Tammy Beaumont Australia Meg Lanning India Mithali Raj New Zealand Amy Satterthwaite Australia Ellyse Perry England Heather Knight (c) England Sarah Taylor (wk) South Africa Dane van Niekerk South Africa Marizanne Kapp India Ekta Bisht England Alex Hartley
2018[38] India Smriti Mandhana England Tammy Beaumont New Zealand Suzie Bates (c) South Africa Dane van Niekerk New Zealand Sophie Devine Australia Alyssa Healy (wk) South Africa Marizanne Kapp Cricket West Indies Deandra Dottin Pakistan Sana Mir England Sophie Ecclestone India Poonam Yadav
2019[39] Australia Alyssa Healy (wk) India Smriti Mandhana England Tammy Beaumont Australia Meg Lanning (c) Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor Australia Ellyse Perry Australia Jess Jonassen India Shikha Pandey India Jhulan Goswami Australia Megan Schutt India Poonam Yadav
2021[40] South Africa Lizelle Lee Australia Alyssa Healy(wk) England Tammy Beaumont India Mithali Raj England Heather Knight (c) Cricket West Indies Hayley Matthews South Africa Marizanne Kapp South Africa Shabnim Ismail Pakistan Fatima Sana India Jhulan Goswami Cricket West Indies Anissa Mohammad

ICC Women's T20I Team of the Year

See also: ICC Women's T20I Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th woman
2017[37] England Danielle Wyatt Australia Beth Mooney (wk) India Harmanpreet Kaur New Zealand Sophie Devine Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor (c) Cricket West Indies Deandra Dottin Cricket West Indies Hayley Matthews Australia Megan Schutt Australia Amanda-Jade Wellington New Zealand Lea Tahuhu India Ekta Bisht
2018[38] India Smriti Mandhana Australia Alyssa Healy (wk) New Zealand Suzie Bates India Harmanpreet Kaur (c) England Natalie Sciver Australia Ellyse Perry Australia Ashleigh Gardner New Zealand Leigh Kasperek Australia Megan Schutt Bangladesh Rumana Ahmed India Poonam Yadav
2019[39] Australia Alyssa Healy (wk) England Danielle Wyatt India Smriti Mandhana Australia Meg Lanning (c) South Africa Lizelle Lee Australia Ellyse Perry India Deepti Sharma Pakistan Nida Dar South Africa Shabnim Ismail Australia Megan Schutt India Radha Yadav
2021[41] India Smriti Mandhana England Tammy Beaumont England Danielle Wyatt Ireland Gaby Lewis England Natalie Sciver (c) England Amy Jones(wk) South Africa Laura Wolvaardt South Africa Marizanne Kapp England Sophie Ecclestone Zimbabwe Loryn Phiri South Africa Shabnim Ismail

Mixed awards

ICC Umpire of the Year

See also: David Shepherd Trophy

Year Winner
2004 Australia Simon Taufel
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009 Pakistan Aleem Dar
2010
2011
2012 Sri Lanka Kumar Dharmasena
2013 England Richard Kettleborough
2014
2015
2016 South Africa Marais Erasmus
2017
2018 Sri Lanka Kumar Dharmasena
2019 England Richard Illingworth
2021[42] South Africa Marais Erasmus

ICC Spirit of Cricket

Described by the ICC as being awarded to the team most notable for "upholding the 'Spirit of the Game'", involving respect for:
  • Their opponents
  • Their own captain and team
  • The role of the umpires
  • The game's traditional values

Teams

Year Winner
2004  New Zealand
2005  England
2006
2007  Sri Lanka
2008
2009  New Zealand
2010

Players

Year Winner
2011 India MS Dhoni
2012 New Zealand Daniel Vettori
2013 Sri Lanka Mahela Jayawardene
2014 England Katherine Brunt
2015 New Zealand Brendon McCullum
2016 Pakistan Misbah-ul-Haq
2017 England Anya Shrubsole
2018 New Zealand Kane Williamson
2019 India Virat Kohli
2021 New Zealand Daryl Mitchell

Defunct awards

ICC Twenty20 International Performance of the Year

In 2021, The award was succeeded by ICC T20I Player of the Year, which is given to a player based on his performance in the whole year.

Year Winner
2008 India Yuvraj Singh
2009 Sri Lanka Tillakaratne Dilshan
2010 New Zealand Brendon McCullum
2011 New Zealand Tim Southee
2012 South Africa Richard Levi
2013 Pakistan Umar Gul
2014 Australia Aaron Finch
2015 South Africa Faf du Plessis
2016 Cricket West Indies Carlos Brathwaite
2017 India Yuzvendra Chahal
2018 Australia Aaron Finch
2019 India Deepak Chahar

Captain of the Year

Year Player
2006 Sri Lanka Mahela Jayawardene
2007 Australia Ricky Ponting

Team of the Year

Year Winner
2010[43] Format
Test ODI
 India  Australia

Women's Team of the Year

Year No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 12th woman
2016[44] New Zealand Suzie Bates New Zealand Rachel Priest (wk) India Smriti Mandhana Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor (c) Australia Meg Lanning Australia Ellyse Perry England Heather Knight Cricket West Indies Deandra Dottin South Africa Suné Luus England Anya Shrubsole New Zealand Leigh Kasperek Ireland Kim Garth

LG People's Choice Award

Year Winner
2010 India Sachin Tendulkar
2011 Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara
2012
2013 India MS Dhoni
2014 India Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Fan's Moment of the Year

Year Winner
2017  Pakistan stun  India to win by 180 runs in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Final
2018 India India winning the Under-19 Cricket World Cup

Monthly awards

In January 2021, the ICC introduced "Player of the Month" awards to recognise cricketers, male and female, that performed best across all forms of international cricket each month. Nominees and winners are determined by an ICC panel of ex-players and journalists, with a public vote having a 10% contribution to the final results.[45][46][47]

ICC Men's Player of the Month

Year Month
January February March April May June July August September October November December
2021 India Rishabh Pant India Ravichandran Ashwin India Bhuvneshwar Kumar Pakistan Babar Azam Bangladesh Mushfiqur Rahim New Zealand Devon Conway Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan England Joe Root Nepal Sandeep Lamichhane Pakistan Asif Ali Australia David Warner New Zealand Ajaz Patel
2022 South Africa Keegan Petersen India Shreyas Iyer Pakistan Babar Azam South Africa Keshav Maharaj Sri Lanka Angelo Mathews England Jonny Bairstow Sri Lanka Prabath Jayasuriya

ICC Women's Player of the Month

Year Month
January February March April May June July August September October November December
2021 South Africa Shabnim Ismail England Tammy Beaumont South Africa Lizelle Lee Australia Alyssa Healy Scotland Kathryn Bryce England Sophie Ecclestone Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor Ireland Eimear Richardson England Heather Knight Ireland Laura Delany Cricket West Indies Hayley Matthews No award[48]
2022 England Heather Knight New Zealand Amelia Kerr Australia Rachael Haynes Australia Alyssa Healy Pakistan Tuba Hassan South Africa Marizanne Kapp England Emma Lamb

ICC Development Programme Awards

In December 2016, ICC Development Programme Awards were announced for the ICC's Associate and Affiliate Members aimed at creating improving structures within the 95 member federations.[49]

Past methodology

The judging/voting period was originally from 1 August of the current year to 31 July of the next year. It then underwent two changes and used to take place between September of the current year and September of the next year.

The ICC Selection Committee comprised eminent former players (one chairman, four other members) who selected the finalists for the Cricketer of the Year, Test Player of the Year, ODI Player of the Year and the Emerging Player of the Year, as well as the final ICC Test Team of the Year and ICC ODI Team of the Year.

ICC Selection Committee
Year Chairman Members
2004 Australia Richie Benaud England Ian Botham India Sunil Gavaskar Cricket West Indies Michael Holding South Africa Barry Richards
2005 India Sunil Gavaskar England David Gower New Zealand Richard Hadlee Australia Rod Marsh Cricket West Indies Courtney Walsh
2006 South Africa Allan Donald Australia Ian Healy Sri Lanka Arjuna Ranatunga Pakistan Waqar Younis
2007 New Zealand Chris Cairns South Africa Gary Kirsten Pakistan Iqbal Qasim England Alec Stewart
2008 Cricket West Indies Clive Lloyd Australia Greg Chappell South Africa Shaun Pollock Sri Lanka Sidath Wettimuny Bangladesh Athar Ali Khan
2009 India Anil Kumble Pakistan Mudassar Nazar New Zealand Stephen Fleming England Bob Taylor
2010 England Angus Fraser Zimbabwe Duncan Fletcher Australia Matthew Hayden India Ravi Shastri
2011 South Africa Paul Adams Pakistan Zaheer Abbas New Zealand Danny Morrison England Mike Gatting
2012 Sri Lanka Marvan Atapattu Australia Tom Moody Cricket West Indies Carl Hooper England Clare Connor
2013 India Anil Kumble England Alec Stewart New Zealand Catherine Campbell Pakistan Waqar Younis South Africa Graeme Pollock
2014 England Jonathan Agnew Sri Lanka Russel Arnold New Zealand Stephen Fleming Netherlands Betty Timmer
2015 Cricket West Indies Ian Bishop England Mark Butcher Australia Belinda Clark India Gundappa Viswanath

The final selection for the awards were previously voted on by an academy of 56 (expanded from 50 in 2004–05), which included current national team captains of Test playing nations (10), members of the Elite panel of ICC umpires and referees (18), prominent former players and cricket correspondents (28). In the event of a tie in the voting, awards are shared.

Awards by year

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