List of Indian Premier League awards

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The article lists all the awards of the Indian Premier League, a Twenty20 cricket competition based in India. The tournament honours players with several awards at the end of the every season. They are Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Maximum Sixes Award, Most Valuable Player and Emerging Player of the Year.

Orange Cap[edit]

The Orange Cap is an annual cricket award presented to the leading run scorer in the Indian Premier League.[1][2] It was introduced on 25 April 2008, a week after the start of the inaugural season of the IPL. The batsman with most runs in the tournament during the course of the season would wear the Orange Cap while fielding, with the overall leading run-scorer at the conclusion of the tournament winning the actual Orange Cap award on the day of the season's final. Brendon McCullum became the first player to wear the Orange Cap,[2] and Shaun Marsh became the first winner of the award.

The then IPL chairman and commissioner Lalit Modi said of the initiative, "Cricket is often remembered and recorded as statistics and not by material distinctions. The DLF Indian Premier League will create a distinction for the best performing batsman, which will be cherished and valued by each player through this initiative. The purpose of this initiative is to be innovative, create another unique piece of history that sets the DLF Indian Premier League apart from the crowd, and to reward outstanding achievements by the players."[2]

Winners
Season Player[1] Mat Runs Ref
2008 Australia Shaun Marsh (KXIP) 11 616 [3]
2009 Australia Matthew Hayden (CSK) 12 572 [4]
2010 India Sachin Tendulkardagger (MI) 15 618 [5]
2011 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 12 608 [6]
2012 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 15 733 [7]
2013 Australia Michael Hussey (CSK) 16 733 [8]
2014 India Robin Uthappa (KKR) 16 660 [9]
2015 Australia David Warnerdagger (SRH) 14 562 [10]
2016 India Virat Kohlidagger (RCB) 16 973 [11]
2017 Australia David Warnerdagger (SRH) 14 641 [12]
2018 New Zealand Kane Williamsondagger (SRH) 17 735 [13]

dagger indicates the player captained his team for the season.

Purple Cap[edit]

The Purple Cap is an annual cricket award presented to the leading wicket-taker in the Indian Premier League.[14][15] After the introduction of Orange Cap on 25 April 2008, the Indian Premier League announced the introduction of the Purple Cap on 13 May 2008. The bowler with most wickets in the tournament during the course of the season would wear the Purple Cap while fielding, with the overall leading wicket-taker at the conclusion of the tournament winning the actual Purple Cap award on the day of the season's final. In case of a tie, the bowler with superior economy rate would hold the Purple Cap.[16]

The then IPL chairman and commissioner Lalit Modi said of the initiative, "We have seen over the course of the inaugural season of the League so far that bowlers have just as important a role to play in winning T20 matches as batsmen do.”[16]

Winners
Season Player[14] Mat Wkts Ref
2008 Pakistan Sohail Tanvir (RR) 11 22 [17]
2009 India R. P. Singh (DC) 16 23 [18]
2010 India Pragyan Ojha (DC) 16 21 [19]
2011 Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga (MI) 16 28 [20]
2012 South Africa Morne Morkel (DD) 16 25 [21]
2013 Trinidad and Tobago Dwayne Bravo (CSK) 18 32 [22]
2014 India Mohit Sharma (CSK) 16 23 [23]
2015 Trinidad and Tobago Dwayne Bravo (CSK) 16 24 [24]
2016 India Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) 17 23 [25]
2017 India Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) 14 26 [26]
2018 Australia Andrew Tye (KXIP) 14 24 [27]

Maximum Sixes Award[edit]

The Maximum Sixes Award is an annual cricket award presented to the batsman who hits the most sixes in the Indian Premier League.[28]

Winners
Season Player Mat Sixes Ref
2008 Sri Lanka Sanath Jayasuriya (MI) 14 31 [29]
2009 Australia Adam Gilchrist (DC) 16 29 [30]
2010 India Robin Uthappa (RCB) 16 27 [31]
2011 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 12 44 [32]
2012 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 15 59 [33]
2013 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 16 51 [34]
2014 Australia Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) 16 36 [35]
2015 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) 14 38 [36]
2016 India Virat Kohli (RCB) 16 38 [37]
2017 Australia Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) 14 26 [38]
2018 India Rishabh Pant (DD) 14 37 [39]

Most Valuable Player[edit]

The award was called the "man of the tournament" till the 2012 season. The IPL introduced the Most Valuable Player rating system in 2013, the leader of which would be named the "Most Valuable Player" at the end of the season.

Winners
Season Player Ref
2008 Australia Shane Watson (RR) [40]
2009 Australia Adam Gilchrist (DC) [41]
2010 India Sachin Tendulkar (MI) [42]
2011 Jamaica Chris Gayle (RCB) [43]
2012 Trinidad and Tobago Sunil Narine (KKR) [44]
2013 Australia Shane Watson (RR) [45]
2014 Australia Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) [46]
2015 Jamaica Andre Russell (KKR) [47]
2016 India Virat Kohli (RCB) [48]
2017 England Ben Stokes (RPS) [49]
2018 Trinidad and Tobago Sunil Narine (KKR) [50]

Player of the match (final)[edit]

Winners
Season Player of the match Ref
2008 India Yusuf Pathan (RR) [40]
2009 India Anil Kumble (RCB) [41]
2010 India Suresh Raina (CSK) [42]
2011 India Murali Vijay (CSK) [43]
2012 India Manvinder Bisla (KKR) [44]
2013 Trinidad and Tobago Kieron Pollard (MI) [45]
2014 India Manish Pandey (KKR) [46]
2015 India Rohit Sharma (MI) [47]
2016 Australia Ben Cutting (SRH) [48]
2017 India Krunal Pandya (MI) [49]
2018 Australia Shane Watson (CSK) [50]

Emerging player of the year[edit]

The award was presented for the "best under-19 player" in 2008 and "best under-23 player" in 2009 and 2010, being called "Under-23 Success of the Tournament". In 2011 and 2012, the award was known as "Rising Star of the Year", while, in 2013, it was called "Best Young Player of the Season". Since 2014, the award has been called the "Emerging Player of the Year."

Winners
Season Player Ref
2008 India Shreevats Goswami (RCB) [40]
2009 India Rohit Sharma (DC) [41]
2010 India Saurabh Tiwary (MI) [42]
2011 India Iqbal Abdulla (KKR) [43]
2012 India Mandeep Singh (KXIP) [44]
2013 India Sanju Samson (RR) [45]
2014 India Axar Patel (KXIP) [46]
2015 India Shreyas Iyer (DD) [47]
2016 Bangladesh Mustafizur Rahman (SRH) [48]
2017 India Basil Thampi (GL) [49]
2018 India Rishabh Pant (DD) [50]

Fair Play Award[edit]

The Fair Play Award is given after each season to the team with the best record of fair play.[51] The winner is decided on the basis of the points the umpires give to the teams.[51] After each match, the two on-field umpires, and the third umpire, scores the performance of both the teams. A team can be awarded a total of ten points per match, out of which four points are given on the basis of how the team has adhered to the "spirit of the game" in the opinion of the umpires. The other three criteria are based on the respect towards to the opposition, the laws of cricket and the umpires. Each of these three criteria represents 2 points. If a team has got two points in the criterion, its performance is considered as "good", whereas getting one or zero points indicates that its performance is "average" or "bad" respectively.[51]

Winners
Season Team
2008 Chennai Super Kings
2009 Kings XI Punjab
2010 Chennai Super Kings
2011 Chennai Super Kings
2012 Rajasthan Royals
2013 Chennai Super Kings
2014 Chennai Super Kings
2015 Chennai Super Kings
2016 Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 Gujarat Lions
2018 Mumbai Indians

See also[edit]

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