New Zealand Cricket Awards 2023 – Full Winners List

NZ Cricket Awards 2023

NZ Cricket Awards 2023: NZC announced the NZ Cricket Awards 2023 winners list on March 23. Daryl Mitchell and Amelia Kerr bagged the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal and Debbie Hockley Medal in the NZ Cricket Awards 2023.

In January 2023, NZC announced that New Zealand’s outstanding female cricketer will be honoured with the inaugural Debbie Hockley Medal at this year’s annual cricket awards ceremony.

The award has been introduced to be afforded equal status to the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for the outstanding male cricketer of the year.

Mitchell, who also won the Redpath Cup for men’s first-class batting, was recognised for a standout year across the board but particularly at the test level, where he scored four centuries, played a leading hand in the Black Caps’ last-ball win against Sri Lanka at Christchurch, and rose to No 8 in the world test batting rankings.

He ended the year with 913 test runs at an average of 70.23, including a highest score of 190 against England at Trent Bridge. In 16 test innings, he scored 50 or more on nine occasions.

Debbie Hockey & Sir Richard Hadlee
Debbie Hockey & Sir Richard Hadlee(Image: New Zealand Cricket)

Kerr, the first player to be awarded the newly-minted Debbie Hockley Medal for the most outstanding women’s cricketer of the year, was also named the Women’s T20I Player of the Year.

Check out the NZ Cricket Awards 2023/New Zealand Cricket Awards 2023 winners list for all categories:

NZ Cricket Awards 2023

  • Debbie Hockley Medal: Amelia Kerr
  • Sir Richard Hadlee Medal: Daryl Mitchell
  • Bert Sutcliffe Medal for Outstanding Services to Cricket: Heath Mills, chief executive NZCPA
  • Women’s ODI Player of the Year: Suzie Bates
  • Men’s ODI Player of the Year: Michael Bracewell
  • Women’s T20I Player of the Year: Amelia Kerr
  • Men’s T20I Player of the Year: Glenn Phillips
  • Test Player of the Year: Tom Blundell
  • Women’s Domestic Player of the Year: Kate Anderson (Canterbury Magicians)
  • Men’s Domestic Player of the Year: Dean Foxcroft (Otago Volts)
  • Women’s Super Smash Player of the Year: Kate Anderson (Canterbury Magicians)
  • Men’s Super Smash Player of the Year: Dean Foxcroft (Otago Volts)
  • The Redpath Cup for men’s first-class batting: Daryl Mitchell
  • The Ruth Martin Cup for women’s domestic batting: Kate Anderson (Canterbury Magicians)
  • The Winsor Cup for men’s first-class bowling: Tim Southee
  • The Phyl Blackler Cup for women’s domestic bowling: Gabby Sullivan (Canterbury Magicians)
  • G.J. Gardner Homes New Zealand Umpire of the Year: Chris Brown

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