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The annual event celebrates the best performers across our elite men’s and women’s teams, whilst also recognising up and coming talent and our debutants across the 2018-19 season.
A full list of award winners can be found below.
STATE AWARD WINNERS:
Bill Lawry Medal
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria over the course of the JLT Sheffield Shield season
Winner: Marcus Harris
Dean Jones Medal
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria during the JLT One-Day Cup tournament
Winner: Peter Handscomb
Sharon Tredrea Award
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria during the Women’s National Cricket League season (WNCL)
Winner: Meg Lanning
John Scholes Award
Voted for by the Victorian male players for the player judged to best exhibit Victorian values
Commonwealth Bank Future Stars Awards
Male: Mackenzie Harvey
Female: Nicole Faltum
Melbourne Renegades Players of the Season
BBL: Dan Christian
WBBL: Sophie Molineux
Melbourne Stars Players of the Season
BBL: Marcus Stoinis
WBBL: Alana King
View the full Victorian Cricket Honor Boards here.
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