2012 Alan Border Medal

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ALLAN BORDER MEDAL

The Allan Border Medal is awarded to the player who has received the most votes from his peers, umpires (domestic matches), match referees (overseas matches) and selected media representatives in Test, One-Day International and T20 cricket over the past 12 months.

After each match, the individual player votes are tallied with a 3-2-1 vote cast. The votes of the umpires/match referees and media are combined with a collective 3-2-1 vote cast for the group. Under this system, the maximum votes any one player can receive is six.

Voting for the 2012 Allan Border medal was from 6 February 2011 to 24 February 2012.

Weighting of Votes

Test Match votes will attract a “Weighting Factor” of 6, ODI Match votes will attract a “Weighting Factor” of 3 and T20 international Match votes will attract a “Weighting Factor” of 2.

VOTING ELIGIBILITY

Any player suspended by the ICC or Cricket Australia for an on-field indiscretion during the voting period is automatically disqualified from winning the Allan Border Medal.

The player is also ineligible for the award in the form of game in which he was suspended, but can win other awards.

*Please note that while Australia’s Commonwealth Bank Series ODI match against Sri Lanka on 24 February, 2012 is included in the voting period, it is not accounted for in the statistics in this kit as the game had not taken place at the time of compiling this kit. Statistics from all other matches within the applicable voting periods are included.

Previous Winners:
2000  Glenn McGrath
2001  Steve Waugh
2002  Matthew Hayden
2003  Adam Gilchrist
2004  Ricky Ponting
2005  Michael Clarke
2006  Ricky Ponting
2007  Ricky Ponting
2008  Brett Lee
2009  Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke
2010  Shane Watson
2011  Shane Watson

Total Games Counted in Voting Period:

Total Matches Counted in Voting Period

Tests 11
ODIs 25 ( 1 match abandoned)
T20s 6
TOTAL 42 (41 taking out the 1 abandoned ODI)

Combined Statistics – Test, ODI and T20I Matches

2012 TEST PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Each member of the playing squad votes individually on a 3-2-1 basis for the best players in each match.  These votes are aggregated and the top three nominated players are allocated the votes.  The voting period for this award is 6 February 2011 to 24 February 2012.

Previous Winners:
2000  Glenn McGrath
2001  Colin Miller
2002  Matthew Hayden
2003  Ricky Ponting
2004  Ricky Ponting
2005  Damien Martyn
2006  Shane Warne
2007  Ricky Ponting
2008  Brett Lee
2009  Michael Clarke
2010  Simon Katich
2011  Shane Watson

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at Galle International Stadium, Galle, August 31, September 1,2,3, 2011. Australia won by 125 runs. Australia 273 (RT Ponting 44, MEK Hussey 95; RAS Lakmal 3-55, HMRKB Herath 3-54, HKSR Kaluhalamulla 2-76). Sri Lanka 105 (NM Lyon 5-34, SR Watson 3-11). Australia 210 (MJ Clarke 60; UWMBCA Welegedara 2-13, HMRKB Herath 5-79, TM Dilshan 2-26). Sri Lanka 253 (DPM Jayawardene 105, AD Mathews 95; RJ Harris 5-62, MG Johnson 2-56, SR Watson 2-19). Man of the Match: MEK Hussey.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, September 8,9,10,11,12, 2011. Match drawn. Sri Lanka 174 (KC Sangakkara 48, AD Mathews 58; RJ Harris 3-38, TA Copeland 2-24, MG Johnson 2-48, NM Lyon 2-41). Australia 7 dec 411 (SR Watson 36, PJ Hughes 36, SE Marsh 141, MEK Hussey 142; RAS Lakmal 2-102, HKSR Kaluhalamulla 3-103). Sri Lanka 6 for 317 (NT Paranavitana 55, TM Dilshan 36, KC Sangakkara 69, DPM Jayawardene 51, TT Samaraweera 43; RJ Harris 3-54 .). Man of the Match: MEK Hussey.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, September 16,17,18,19,20, 2011. Match drawn. Australia 316 (SE Marsh 81, RT Ponting 48, MEK Hussey 118, BJ Haddin 35; UWMBCA Welegedara 3-75, RAS Lakmal 2-60, RMS Eranga 4-65). Sri Lanka 473 (NT Paranavitana 46, KC Sangakkara 79, DPM Jayawardene 51, TM Dilshan 83, AD Mathews 105*, HAPW Jayawardene 47; TA Copeland 2-93, PM Siddle 4-91, MG Johnson 2-122). Australia 488 (PJ Hughes 126, MJ Clarke 112, MEK Hussey 93, BJ Haddin 30; HMRKB Herath 7-157). Sri Lanka 0 for 7.). Man of the Match: MEK Hussey.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Newlands, Cape Town, November 9,10,11, 2011. South Africa won by eight wickets. Australia 284 (SE Marsh 44, MJ Clarke 151; DW Steyn 4-55, VD Philander 3-63, M Morkel 3-82). South Africa 96 (GC Smith 37; RJ Harris 4-33, SR Watson 5-17). Australia 47 (DW Steyn 2-23, VD Philander 5-15, M Morkel 3-9). South Africa 2 for 236 (GC Smith 101*, HM Amla 112). Man of the Match: VD Philander.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, November 17,18,19,20,21, 2011. Australia won by two wickets. South Africa 266 (JA Rudolph 30, JH Kallis 54, AB De Villiers 64, AG Prince 50; PM Siddle 3-69, NM Lyon 2-52, MJ Clarke 2-6). Australia 296 (SR Watson 88, PJ Hughes 88, MG Johnson 38*; DW Steyn 4-64, Imran Tahir 3-55). South Africa 339 (GC Smith 36, HM Amla 105, AB De Villiers 73, DW Steyn 41; PJ Cummins 6-79, NM Lyon 2-57). Australia 8 for 310 (UT Khawaja 65, RT Ponting 62, MEK Hussey 39, BJ Haddin 55, MG Johnson 40*; VD Philander 5-70). Man of the Match: PJ Cummins.

AUSTRALIA v NEW ZEALAND at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, December 1,2,3,4, 2011. Australia won by nine wickets. New Zealand 295 (BB McCullum 34, DG Brownlie 77*, DL Vettori 96; PM Siddle 2-57, MA Starc 2-90, NM Lyon 4-69). Australia 427 (UT Khawaja 38, RT Ponting 78, MJ Clarke 139, BJ Haddin 80, MA Starc 32*; DL Vettori 2-88, TG Southee 2-103, CS Martin 3-89). New Zealand 150 (JD Ryder 36, DG Brownlie 42; JL Pattinson 5-27, NM Lyon 3-19). Australia 1 for 19.). Man of the Match: JL Pattinson.

AUSTRALIA v NEW ZEALAND at Bellerive Oval, Hobart, December 9,10,11,12, 2011. New Zealand won by seven runs. New Zealand 150 (DG Brownlie 56; JL Pattinson 5-51, PM Siddle 3-42, MA Starc 2-30). Australia 136 (PM Siddle 36; CS Martin 3-46, TA Boult 3-29, DAJ Bracewell 3-20). New Zealand 226 (LRPL Taylor 56, KS Williamson 34; JL Pattinson 3-54, PM Siddle 3-66, NM Lyon 3-25). Australia 233 (DA Warner 123*; TG Southee 2-77, DAJ Bracewell 6-40). Man of the Match: DA Warner.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, December 26,27,28,29, 2011. Australia won by 122 runs. Australia 333 (EJM Cowan 68, DA Warner 37, RT Ponting 62, MJ Clarke 31, PM Siddle 41; Zaheer Khan 4-77, UT Yadav 3-106, R Ashwin 3-81). India 282 (V Sehwag 67, RS Dravid 68, SR Tendulkar 73, R Ashwin 31; JL Pattinson 2-55, BW Hilfenhaus 5-75, PM Siddle 3-63). Australia 240 (RT Ponting 60, MEK Hussey 89, JL Pattinson 37*; Zaheer Khan 3-53, UT Yadav 4-70, I Sharma 2-43). India 169 (SR Tendulkar 32, R Ashwin 30; JL Pattinson 4-53, BW Hilfenhaus 2-39, PM Siddle 3-42). Man of the Match: JL Pattinson.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, January 3,4,5,6, 2012. Australia won by an innings and 68 runs. India 191 (V Sehwag 30, SR Tendulkar 41, MS Dhoni 57*; JL Pattinson 4-43, BW Hilfenhaus 3-51, PM Siddle 3-55). Australia 4 dec 659 (RT Ponting 134, MJ Clarke 329*, MEK Hussey 150*; Zaheer Khan 3-122). India 400 (G Gambhir 83, SR Tendulkar 80, VVS Laxman 66, R Ashwin 62, Zaheer Khan 35; BW Hilfenhaus 5-106, PM Siddle 2-88 .). Man of the Match: MJ Clarke.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at WACA Ground, Perth, January 13,14,15, 2012. Australia won by an innings and 37 runs. India 161 (G Gambhir 31, VVS Laxman 31, V Kohli 44; BW Hilfenhaus 4-43, MA Starc 2-39, PM Siddle 3-42). Australia 369 (EJM Cowan 74, DA Warner 180, PM Siddle 30; Zaheer Khan 2-91, UT Yadav 5-93). India 171 (RS Dravid 47, V Kohli 75; BW Hilfenhaus 4-54, MA Starc 2-31, PM Siddle 3-43 .). Man of the Match: DA Warner.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, January 24,25,26,27,28, 2012. Australia won by 298 runs. Australia 7 dec 604 (EJM Cowan 30, RT Ponting 221, MJ Clarke 210, BJ Haddin 42*, RJ Harris 35*; Zaheer Khan 2-96, R Ashwin 3-194). India 272 (G Gambhir 34, V Kohli 116, WP Saha 35; BW Hilfenhaus 3-62, PM Siddle 5-49). Australia 5 dec 167 (RT Ponting 60*, MJ Clarke 37; R Ashwin 2-73). India 201 (V Sehwag 62, VVS Laxman 35; RJ Harris 3-41, NM Lyon 4-63). Man of the Match: PM Siddle.

2012 ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Each member of the playing squad votes individually on a 3-2-1 basis for the best players in each match.  These votes are aggregated and the top three nominated players are allocated the votes.  The voting period for this award is 6 February 2011 to 24 February 2012.

Previous Winners:
2000  Shane Warne
2001  Glenn McGrath
2002  Ricky Ponting
2003  Adam Gilchrist
2004  Adam Gilchrist
2005  Andrew Symonds
2006  Mike Hussey
2007  Ricky Ponting
2008  Matthew Hayden
2009  Nathan Bracken
2010  Shane Watson
2011  Shane Watson

AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND at WACA Ground, Perth, February 6, 2011. Australia won by 57 runs. Australia 7 for 279 (DJ Hussey 60, AC Voges 80*; JM Anderson 3-48, LE Plunkett 2-49, MH Yardy 2-59). England 222 (MJ Prior 39, MH Yardy 60*; SW Tait 3-48, MG Johnson 3-18, JJ Krejza 2-53). Man of the Match: AC Voges.

AUSTRALIA v ZIMBABWE at Sardar Patel (Gujurat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad, February 21, 2011. Australia won by 91 runs. Australia 6 for 262 (SR Watson 79, MJ Clarke 58*; CB Mpofu 2-58). Zimbabwe 171 (AG Cremer 37; SW Tait 2-34, MG Johnson 4-19, JJ Krejza 2-28). Man of the Match: SR Watson.

AUSTRALIA v NEW ZEALAND at Vidarbha CA Ground, Nagpur, February 25, 2011. Australia won by seven wickets. New Zealand 206 (NL McCullum 52, DL Vettori 44; SW Tait 3-35, MG Johnson 4-33). Australia 3 for 207 (SR Watson 62, BJ Haddin 55; HK Bennett 2-63). Man of the Match: MG Johnson.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, March 5, 2011. No result.   (KC Sangakkara 73*, TT Samaraweera 34* ). Man of the Match: No award.

AUSTRALIA v KENYA at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, March 13, 2011. Australia won by 60 runs. Australia 6 for 324 (BJ Haddin 65, RT Ponting 36, MJ Clarke 93, MEK Hussey 54; NN Odhiambo 3-57, JK Kamande 2-46). Kenya 6 for 264 (CO Obuya 98*, T Mishra 72, TM Odoyo 35; SW Tait 2-49). Man of the Match: CO Obuya.

AUSTRALIA v CANADA at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, March 16, 2011. Australia won by seven wickets. Canada 211 (H Patel 54, ZE Surkari 34, A Bagai 39; SW Tait 2-34, B Lee 4-46, JJ Krejza 2-44). Australia 3 for 212 (SR Watson 94, BJ Haddin 88). Man of the Match: SR Watson.

AUSTRALIA v PAKISTAN at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, March 19, 2011. Pakistan won by four wickets. Australia 176 (BJ Haddin 42, MJ Clarke 34; Umar Gul 3-30, Abdul Razzaq 2-8). Pakistan 6 for 178 (Asad Shafiq 46, Younis Khan 31, Umar Akmal 44*; B Lee 4-28). Man of the Match: Umar Akmal.

INDIA v AUSTRALIA at Sardar Patel (Gujurat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad, March 24, 2011. India won by five wickets. Australia 6 for 260 (BJ Haddin 53, RT Ponting 104, DJ Hussey 38*; R Ashwin 2-52, Zaheer Khan 2-53, Yuvraj Singh 2-44). India 5 for 261 (SR Tendulkar 53, G Gambhir 50, Yuvraj Singh 57*, SK Raina 34*). Man of the Match: Yuvraj Singh.

BANGLADESH v AUSTRALIA at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, April 9, 2011. Australia won by 60 runs. Australia 7 for 270 (SR Watson 37, RT Ponting 34, MJ Clarke 101, MEK Hussey 33; Mashrafe Mortaza 2-65, Suhrawadi Shuvo 3-44). Bangladesh 5 for 210 (Tamim Iqbal 62, Shakib Al Hasan 51, Mushfiqur Rahim 44*). Man of the Match: MJ Clarke.

BANGLADESH v AUSTRALIA at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, April 11, 2011. Australia won by nine wickets. Bangladesh 7 for 229 (Shahriar Nafees 56, Mushfiqur Rahim 81*, Mahmudullah 38; MG Johnson 3-54, SPD Smith 2-34). Australia 1 for 232 (SR Watson 185*, RT Ponting 37*). Man of the Match: SR Watson.

BANGLADESH v AUSTRALIA at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, April 13, 2011. Australia won by 66 runs. Australia 8 for 361 (SR Watson 72, RT Ponting 47, MJ Clarke 47, MEK Hussey 108, MG Johnson 41; Mashrafe Mortaza 3-80, Abdur Razzak 3-58). Bangladesh 6 for 295 (Tamim Iqbal 32, Imrul Kayes 93, Shahriar Nafees 60, Mahmudullah 68*; MG Johnson 3-67, SR Watson 2-49). Man of the Match: MEK Hussey.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, August 10, 2011. Australia won by seven wickets. Sri Lanka 191 (WU Tharanga 34, HKSR Kaluhalamulla 41, KMDN Kulasekara 34; MG Johnson 6-31). Australia 3 for 192 (SR Watson 69, RT Ponting 53, MJ Clarke 53*; HKSR Kaluhalamulla 2-44). Man of the Match: MG Johnson.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at Mahinda Rajapaksha International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota, August 14, 2011. Australia won by eighyt wickets. Sri Lanka 208 (KC Sangakkara 52, AD Mathews 35, KMDN Kulasekara 34; B Lee 2-50, DE Bollinger 3-35, MG Johnson 2-34). Australia 2 for 211 (SR Watson 43, RT Ponting 90*, MJ Clarke 58*). Man of the Match: RT Ponting.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at Mahinda Rajapaksha International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota, August 16, 2011. Sri Lanka won by 78 runs. Sri Lanka 9 for 286 (WU Tharanga 111, TM Dilshan 55, KC Sangakkara 49, DPM Jayawardene 36; DE Bollinger 4-42, MG Johnson 2-45, SR Watson 2-58). Australia 208 (MJ Clarke 46, MEK Hussey 63; SL Malinga 5-28, RMS Eranga 2-38). Man of the Match: WU Tharanga.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, August 20, 2011. Australia won by five wickets. Sri Lanka 132 (KC Sangakkara 31, DPM Jayawardene 53; B Lee 4-15, XJ Doherty 4-28). Australia 5 for 133 (SE Marsh 70, MJ Clarke 38*; SL Malinga 2-18, S Prasanna 3-32). Man of the Match: XJ Doherty.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, August 22, 2011. Sri Lanka won by four wickets. Australia 211 (SR Watson 56, RT Ponting 31, MJ Clarke 47, DJ Hussey 46; SL Malinga 3-35, RMS Eranga 2-45, BAW Mendis 3-49). Sri Lanka 6 for 213 (DPM Jayawardene 71, LPC Silva 63; JL Pattinson 2-41, XJ Doherty 2-54). Man of the Match: SL Malinga.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Centurion Park, Centurion, October 19, 2011. Australia won by 93 runs. Australia 4 for 183 (RT Ponting 63, MJ Clarke 44, MEK Hussey 30*; DW Steyn 2-48). South Africa 129 (MG Johnson 3-20, PJ Cummins 3-28, XJ Doherty 2-33). Man of the Match: RT Ponting.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth, October 23, 2011. South Africa won by 80 runs. South Africa 6 for 303 (GC Smith 57, JH Kallis 76, JP Duminy 56, DA Miller 59; DE Bollinger 2-64). Australia 223 (DA Warner 74, MEK Hussey 37; DW Steyn 2-57, LL Tsotsobe 2-32, M Morkel 4-22). Man of the Match: M Morkel.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Kingsmead, Durban, October 28, 2011. Australia won by three wickets. South Africa 6 for 222 (HM Amla 52, JH Kallis 54, JP Duminy 35; MG Johnson 2-37, XJ Doherty 2-33). Australia 7 for 227 (SR Watson 49, SE Marsh 30, MEK Hussey 45*; JH Kallis 2-17, JP Duminy 2-29). Man of the Match: SR Watson.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, February 5, 2012. Australia won by 65 runs. Australia 5 for 216 (MS Wade 67, MEK Hussey 45, DJ Hussey 61*; R Vinay Kumar 3-21). India 151 (V Kohli 31; MA Starc 2-33, CJ McKay 4-20, XJ Doherty 2-36). Man of the Match: MS Wade.

AUSTRALIA v SRI LANKA at WACA Ground, Perth, February 10, 2012. Australia won by five runs. Australia 231 (DA Warner 34, MJ Clarke 57, DT Christian 33; SL Malinga 2-48, KMDN Kulasekara 2-39, AD Mathews 2-37, KTGD Prasad 2-55, SMSM Senanayake 2-45). Sri Lanka 226 (TM Dilshan 40, LD Chandimal 37, AD Mathews 64; MA Starc 2-50, DT Christian 2-47, XJ Doherty 2-24). Man of the Match: MJ Clarke.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, February 12, 2012. India won by four wickets. Australia 8 for 269 (MJ Clarke 38, PJ Forrest 66, DJ Hussey 72, DT Christian 39; R Vinay Kumar 2-58, UT Yadav 2-49). India 6 for 270 (G Gambhir 92, RG Sharma 33, SK Raina 38, MS Dhoni 44*; CJ McKay 3-53, XJ Doherty 2-51). Man of the Match: G Gambhir.

AUSTRALIA v SRI LANKA at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, February 17, 2012. Sri Lanka won by eight wickets. Australia 158 (DJ Hussey 58; MF Maharoof 2-18, NLTC Perera 2-29). Sri Lanka 2 for 152 (DPM Jayawardene 61*, TM Dilshan 45, KC Sangakkara 30). Man of the Match: NLTC Perera.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, February 19, 2012. Australia won by 110 runs. Australia 5 for 288 (MS Wade 45, DA Warner 43, PJ Forrest 52, MEK Hussey 59, DT Christian 30*; IK Pathan 3-61). India 178 (MS Dhoni 56; BW Hilfenhaus 5-33, B Lee 3-49). Man of the Match: BW Hilfenhaus.

2012 T20 INTERNATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Each member of the playing squad votes individually on a 3-2-1 basis for the best players in each game.  These votes are aggregated and the top three nominated players are allocated the votes. The voting period for this award is 6 February 2011 to 24 February 2012.

Previous Winners:
2011  David Hussey

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, August 6, 2011. Sri Lanka won by 35 runs. Sri Lanka 3 for 198 (TM Dilshan 104*, KC Sangakkara 30). Australia 8 for 163 (DA Warner 53; KMDN Kulasekara 2-39, MDK Perera 3-26). Man of the Match: TM Dilshan.

SRI LANKA v AUSTRALIA at International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, August 8, 2011. Sri Lanka won by eight runs. Sri Lanka 9 for 157 (DPM Jayawardene 86; B Lee 3-39, JW Hastings 3-14). Australia 9 for 149 (SR Watson 57, CL White 39; BAW Mendis 6-16). Man of the Match: BAW Mendis.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Newlands, Cape Town, October 13, 2011. Australia won by five wickets. South Africa 7 for 146 (CA Ingram 33, JP Duminy 67; PJ Cummins 3-25). Australia 5 for 147 (SR Watson 52). Man of the Match: SR Watson.

SOUTH AFRICA v AUSTRALIA at Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, October 16, 2011. South Africa won by three wickets. Australia 8 for 147 (CL White 39, MR Marsh 36; LL Tsotsobe 2-11, M Morkel 2-37, J Theron 2-28). South Africa 7 for 148 (J Botha 34, J Theron 30*; PJ Cummins 2-26, JL Pattinson 2-17). Man of the Match: J Theron.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at ANZ Stadium, Homebush, February 1, 2012. Australia won by 31 runs. Australia 4 for 171 (MS Wade 72, DJ Hussey 42). India 6 for 140 (MS Dhoni 48*; DT Christian 2-35, DJ Hussey 2-4). Man of the Match: MS Wade.

AUSTRALIA v INDIA at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, February 3, 2012. India won by eight wickets. Australia 131 (AJ Finch 36, MS Wade 32; P Kumar 2-21, R Sharma 2-29). India 2 for 135 (G Gambhir 56*, V Kohli 31). Man of the Match: RA Jadeja.

2012 DOMESTIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR
All Australian-based Cricket Australia, State and Big Bash League contracted players are given one vote to select the best player across the three major Australian domestic competitions (BUPA Sheffield Shield, Ryobi One-Day Cup and KFC T20 Big Bash League).  Players cannot vote for their teammates.  Voting for this award is based on performances from 9 February 2011 to 11 February 2012.

Previous Winners:
2000 – Darren Lehmann
2001 – Darren Lehmann
2002 – Darren Lehmann
2003 – Martin Love
2004 – Simon Katich
2005 – Andy Bichel
2006 – Phil Jaques
2007 – Chris Rogers
2008 – Ashley Noffke
2009 – Michael Klinger
2010 – Michael Klinger
2011 – Usman Khawaja

2012 BRADMAN YOUNG CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
All Australian-based Cricket Australia, State and Big Bash League contracted players are given one vote to select the most outstanding eligible young cricketer across the three major Australian domestic competitions and for Australia in Tests, One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals. To be eligible for this award, a player must be aged 24 or less and not have played more than 10 first-class matches at the commencement of the voting period. Voting for this award is based on performances from 9 February 2011 to 11 February 2012. Players are not allowed to vote for their teammates.

Previous Winners:
2000 – Brett Lee
2001 – Nathan Bracken
2002 – Shane Watson
2003 – Nathan Hauritz
2004 – Shaun Tait
2005 – Mark Cosgrove
2006 – Daniel Cullen
2007 – Ben Hilfenhaus
2008 – Luke Pomersbach
2009 – Phillip Hughes
2010 – John Hastings
2011 – Trent Copeland

BELINDA CLARK AWARD (formerly Women’s International Cricketer of the Year)
Awarded to the most outstanding Australian female cricketer in One-Day International and T20 INTL matches over the past 12 months.  Individual players’ votes are tallied with a 3-2-1 vote also cast for this group.  The votes of umpires, a national selector and the Australian coach are combined with a collective 3-2-1 vote also cast for this group.  The two sets of votes are aggregated so the maximum votes any one player can receive is six.  The voting period for this award is 18 February 2011 to 3 February 2012.

Previous Winners:
2002 – Karen Rolton
2003 – Karen Rolton
2004 – Cathryn Fitzpatrick
2005 – Karen Rolton
2006 – Karen Rolton
2007 – Lisa Sthalekar
2008 – Lisa Sthalekar
2009 – Shelley Nitschke
2010 – Shelley Nitschke
2011 – Shelley Nitschke

The matches covered by this period are:

Australia in New Zealand T20 2011
18/2/11           v New Zealand @ Invercargill                  NZ 6/138 def AUS 119 by 19 runs
19/2/11           v New Zealand @ Invercargill                  NZ 5/147 def AUS 6/133 by 14 runs
20/2/11           v New Zealand @ Invercargill                  AUS 9/166 def NZ 7/163 by 3 runs

New Zealand in Australia ODI 2011
(Remainder of 2010/11 Rose Bowl matches re-scheduled following Christchurch earthquakes)
12/6/11 v New Zealand @ Allan Border Field      abandoned (no votes)
14/6/11 v New Zealand @ Allan Border Field      AUS 4/182 def NZ 181 by 6 wickets with 111 balls to spare
16/6/11 v New Zealand @ Allan Border Field      AUS 222 def NZ 203 by 19 runs

Quadrangular T20 series in England 2011
23/6/11 v India @ Billericay                  AUS 2/63 def IND 62 by 8 wickets with 58 balls to spare
25/6/11 v England @ Bristol                  ENG 6/136 def AUS 114 by 22 runs
26/6/11 v New Zealand @ Taunton                 AUS 4/147 def NZ 6/146 by 6 wickets with 13 balls to spare
27/6/11 v England @ Southampton                 ENG 9/132 def AUS 8/116 by 16 runs

Quadrangular ODI series in England 2011
30/6/11 v New Zealand @ Queen’s Park            AUS 9/261 def NZ 232 by 29 runs
2/7/11   v India @ Queen’s Park                  AUS 7/216 def IND 215 on the last ball
5/7/11   v England @ Lord’s                  AUS 3/169 def ENG 168 by 7 wickets with 90 balls to spare
7/7/11   v England @ Wormsley                  ENG 8/230 def AUS 196 by 34 runs

New Zealand in Australia T20 series 2012
20/1/12 v New Zealand @ North Sydney            AUS 6/148 def NZ 7/145 by 4 wickets with 1 ball to spare
21/1/12 v New Zealand @ North Sydney            AUS 5/128 def NZ 69 by 59 runs
22/1/12 v New Zealand @ North Sydney            AUS 8/134 def NZ 8/127 by 7 runs
1/2/12   v New Zealand @ Sydney Olym Park        NZ 7/93 def AUS 7/92 by 6 wickets with 5 balls to spare
3/2/12   v New Zealand @ MCG                  AUS 7/129 def NZ 7/109 by 20 runs

New Zealand in Australia Rose Bowl ODI series 2012
25/1/12 v New Zealand @ SCG                  NZ 2/100 (22.3 overs) v AUS, no result (no votes)
27/1/12 v New Zealand @ Blacktown               abandoned (no votes)
29/1/12 v New Zealand @ Blacktown               AUS 1/126 def NZ 125 by 9 wickets with 200 balls to spare

Matches
ODIs                  10 (2 matches abandoned)
T20s                  12
TOTAL          22 (19 with 2 abandoned matches and 1 no result removed)

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