2010 ICC Awards

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The 2010 ICC Awards were held on 6 October 2010 in Bengaluru, India, in association with the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations.[1]

The International Cricket Council has been hosting the ICC Awards since 2004. Previous events have been held in London, Sydney, Mumbai, Johannesburg and Dubai.

The ICC awards the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy to the Cricketer of the Year, which is considered to be the most prestigious award in world cricket.

Selection panel[edit]

The nominations for seven of the awards were made by a five-man ICC selection panel chaired by ICC Cricket Hall of Famer, Clive Lloyd. The ICC Awards panel consists of top cricket players and administrators from around the world. It was charged with two main tasks: providing a long-list of nominations to the 25 members of the voting academy to cast their votes in the individual player award categories and, using their experience and knowledge, select the ICC World Test and ODI teams.[2]

Its members are the following:

Winners[edit]

Sachin Tendulkar was selected as the Cricketer of the Year.

The winners of the 2010 ICC Awards were announced on 6 October 2010 in a grand ceremony in Bengaluru by the International Cricket Council. The following are the winners of the different awards:[3]

Cricketer of the Year[edit]

Steven Finn was selected as the Emerging Player of the Year.

Test Player of the Year[edit]

ODI Player of the Year[edit]

Twenty20 International Performance of the Year[edit]

Emerging Player of the Year[edit]

Associate Player of the Year[edit]

Umpire of the Year[edit]

Women's Cricketer of the Year[edit]

Spirit of Cricket[edit]

LG People's Choice Award[edit]

ICC World XI[edit]

Apart from individual awards, the International Cricket Council also announced dream teams in different formats of the game of cricket. They are the following:[4][5]

Test Team of the Year[edit]

ODI Team of the Year[edit]

Shortlist[edit]

The following is the shortlist for the 2010 ICC Awards:[6]

Cricketer of the Year[edit]

Test Player of the Year[edit]

Test Team of the Year[edit]

  • India India
  • Australia Australia
  • South Africa South Africa
  • New Zealand New Zealand

ODI Player of the Year[edit]

ODI Team of the Year[edit]

  • India India
  • Australia Australia
  • South Africa South Africa
  • New Zealand New Zealand

Twenty20 International Performance of the Year[edit]

Emerging Player of the Year[edit]

Umpire of the Year[edit]

Women's Cricketer of the Year[edit]

Spirit of Cricket[edit]

  • India India
  • New Zealand New Zealand
  • Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
  • Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

LG People's Choice Award[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ICC Awards Overview. Retrieved on 1 October 2010.
  2. ^ ICC Awards selection panel Overview. Retrieved on 1 October 2010.
  3. ^ ICC Awards Winners. Retrieved on 7  October 2010.
  4. ^ Dhoni named captain of ICC World Test team of the Year.Retrieved on 7 October 2010.
  5. ^ Ponting named captain of ODI Team of the Year Retrieved on 7 October 2010
  6. ^ ICC Awards shortlist. Retrieved on 1 October 2010.
  7. ^ LG People's Choice Awards. Retrieved on 1 October 2010

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