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Williamson and Ross Taylor won the annual New Zealand Cricket awards

Williamson and Ross Taylor won the annual New Zealand Cricket awards

Ken Williamson was appointed New Zealand’s greatest ODI cricketer from the men’s group in the New Zealand Cricket awards, whilst batsman Ross Taylor was termed the T20 cricketer.
The champions of this white ball branch of the New Zealand Cricket Board Awards were announced via YouTube Live on Thursday.

Earlier on Tuesday, seven former cricketers, such as Ian Smith, received the Bert Sutcliffe Medal in recognition of the outstanding contribution to Kiwi cricket. Tom Latham and Tim Southee won the national cricket award on Wednesday. He believed 578 runs in a mean of 72.56 from the 2019 World Cup and was also chosen as the best player of the championship.

Head Coach Steed also congratulated Williamson for obtaining an opportunity in the past year’s World XI at the ICC-announced ODIs, saying that he deserved an opportunity on the listing. He always insists on establishing a venture in the middle sequence. We’ve won the majority of the games where he’s fought for quite a while because he lived at the crease. He could keep his serene nature at work. What’s the finest in terms of directing the group?

Bates, who had been appointed ODI Player of the Year in women’s cricket, made his mark this past year after playing only 3 games. He also scored 142 runs in an average of 42 at the three games of the sole series against South Africa in the home. Divine had a terrific time this past year from the women’s T20. Along with scoring his first T20I century, he’s scored fifty consecutive games for the first time in men’s or women’s T20 championships than in eight of these games.

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