2004 ICC Awards

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2004 ICC Awards were held at Alexandra Palace, London on 7 September 2004. The 2004 ICC Awards were the inaugural episode and was aimed at recognizing the best individual and team performances of the previous year.

Winners[1][edit]

Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy (ICC Player of the Year)[edit]

Winner: Rahul Dravid (India)


Dravid's 2003–04 Performance:
Test Matches: 9 Matches, 1241 Runs, 3x100, 4x50, 11 Catches
ODI Matches : 30 Matches, 960 Runs, 1x100, 8x50, 15 Catches, 4 Stumpings


Nominees: Andrew Flintoff (England), Steve Harmison (England), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Matthew Hayden (Australia), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Brian Lara (West Indies), VVS Laxman (India), Virender Sehwag (India), Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka).

Test Player of the Year[edit]

Winner: Rahul Dravid (India) (2003–04 Performance: 9 Matches, 1241 Runs, 3x100, 4x50, 11 Catches)
Nominees: Andrew Flintoff (England), Steve Harmison (England), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Matthew Hayden (Australia), Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Jason Gillespie (Australia), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Brian Lara (West Indies), VVS Laxman (India), Virender Sehwag (India), Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka).

ODI Player of the Year[edit]

Winner: Andrew Flintoff (England)
Nominees: Stephen Fleming (New Zealand), Daniel Vettori (New Zealand), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Matthew Hayden (Australia), Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Jason Gillespie (Australia), Andrew Symonds (Australia), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Shaun Pollock (South Africa), Chris Gayle (West Indies), VVS Laxman (India), Sachin Tendulkar (India), Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka), Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka), Abdul Razzaq (Pakistan), Heath Streak (Zimbabwe).

Emerging Player of the Year[edit]

Irfan Pathan

Winner: Irfan Pathan (India)
Nominees: Tino Best (West Indies), Devon Smith (West Indies), Michael Clarke (Australia), Imran Farhat (Pakistan), Umar Gul (Pakistan), Yasir Hameed (Pakistan), Hamish Marshall (New Zealand).

Umpire of the Year[edit]

Simon Taufel (Australia)

Spirit of Cricket[edit]

New Zealand

World Test XI[edit]


* Matthew Hayden
* Herschelle Gibbs
* Ricky Ponting (captain)
* Rahul Dravid
* Brian Lara
* Jacques Kallis
* Adam Gilchrist
* Chaminda Vaas
* Shane Warne
* Jason Gillespie
* Steve Harmison
* Sachin Tendulkar

World ODI XI[edit]


* Adam Gilchrist
* Sachin Tendulkar
* Chris Gayle
* Ricky Ponting (captain)
* Brian Lara
* Jacques Kallis
* Virender Sehwag
* Andrew Flintoff
* Shaun Pollock
* Chaminda Vaas
* Jason Gillespie

Sponsors[edit]

Presenting Sponsors: Hyundai

Other Sponsors & Partners

References[edit]