NBC Denis Compton Award

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The NBC Denis Compton Award is an annual award given to 'The Most Promising Young Player' at each of the 18 English first-class counties. A player may receive the award more than once.

History[edit]

The award was born in 1996 when Neil Burns, the former Somerset wicket-keeper-batsman, and now a director of NBC Sports Management Ltd, met Denis Compton while playing for Sir Paul Getty's XI. Burns put forward his ideas for a structured programme that would see promising young English players sent for coaching in South Africa during the English winter. Compton was interested in the proposals, and after the approval of the TCCB was obtained, the first awards were made that same year.[1]

Recipients[edit]

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Source: ESPNcricinfo.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cricinfo List of Winners (Accessed 7 January 2012)

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