The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced the launch of the ICC Player of the Month Awards, which will “recognize and celebrate the best performances” of male and female cricketers in all forms of international cricket throughout the year. The ICC said in a statement, “An independent ICC voting academy will include former players, broadcasters and journalists from around the world, who together with fans will vote for the ICC Men’s Player of the Month and the ICC Women’s Player.”
The ICC said that fans are considered for some sensational cricket performances during the month of January, which makes the inaugural player of the month a highly competitive affair.
From the performances of young players like Mohammed Siraj, Washington Sundar, T Natarajan, Rishabh Pant, Rahmanullah Gurbaz to setting up players like Ravichandran Ashwin, Joe Root, Steve Smith, Marijane Cup, Nadine de Kilak, Nida Dar. Candidates for the month of January.
ICC General Manager – Geoff Allardyce – Cricket said in a statement, “ICC Player of the Month is a great way to connect with fans of the game and celebrate the performances of our favorite players through the year. It is a great opportunity for all of us. Opportunity. To accept world-class performances on the field by male and female cricketers and they have been in abundance throughout January. “
Giving more information about the nomination and voting process, the ICC stated that the three nominations for each category would be decided by the ICC Awards Nomination Committee based on on-field performance and overall achievements during the period of that month. Day of each calendar month).
This shortlist will then be voted on by the independent ICC Voting Academy and fans around the world. “The ICC Voting Academy consists of prominent members of the cricket family, including senior journalists, former players and broadcasters,” the ICC said.
“The Voting Academy will submit their votes by email and retain 90% of the vote. Subsequently, on the first day of each month, fans registered with the ICC will be able to submit votes via the ICC website and have a statement saying Winners will be announced on the ICC’s digital channels every second Monday of the month, with a 10% share of the winners.
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