Vote Now: Hazlewood, Joseph, Pope Vie for ICC Men’s Player of the Month

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled the nominees for the ICC Men’s Player of the Month award for January 2024, and it’s a battle between Test match heroes. Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood, West Indian fast bowler Shamar Joseph, and English batsman Ollie Pope are all vying for the prestigious title.

Hazlewood and Shamar Joseph Earn Nominations 

The experienced Hazlewood reached a significant milestone in January, claiming his 250th Test wicket. He impressed across three Tests, contributing to victories against Pakistan and West Indies with a remarkable average of 11.63.

Young West Indian speedster Joseph had a month to remember. He claimed a wicket with his very first ball in international cricket and then produced a match-winning spell in Brisbane to lead his team to a dramatic Test victory. This stellar performance earned him the Player of the Series award and a nomination for ICC Player of the Month.

Facing a daunting deficit in India, Pope produced a batting masterclass of 196 runs, rescuing England and setting them on the path to a record-breaking victory. His blend of innovation and resilience earned him widespread praise and a nomination for the ICC award.

Healy, Hunter, and Mooney Dominate Women’s Nominations

The ICC Women’s Player of the Month nominees feature a mix of experience and youth. Australian star Alyssa Healy continues her impressive form with key contributions in both ODI and T20I series wins. Young Irish talent Amy Hunter shines with explosive batting performances, while Beth Mooney delivers consistent runs for Australia, making her mark in crucial matches.

The ICC Voting Academy and cricket fans worldwide now have the opportunity to cast their votes for the winners. Voting is open until Saturday at icc-cricket.com/awards, so make your voice heard and choose your favourite player of the month!

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled the nominees for the ICC Men's Player of the Month award for January 2024, and it's a battle between Test match heroes. Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood, West Indian fast bowler Shamar Joseph, and English batsman Ollie Pope are all vying for the prestigious title.

Hazlewood and Shamar Joseph Earn Nominations 

The experienced Hazlewood reached a significant milestone in January, claiming his 250th Test wicket. He impressed across three Tests, contributing to victories against Pakistan and West Indies with a remarkable average of 11.63.

Young West Indian speedster Joseph had a month to remember. He claimed a wicket with his very first ball in international cricket and then produced a match-winning spell in Brisbane to lead his team to a dramatic Test victory. This stellar performance earned him the Player of the Series award and a nomination for ICC Player of the Month.

Facing a daunting deficit in India, Pope produced a batting masterclass of 196 runs, rescuing England and setting them on the path to a record-breaking victory. His blend of innovation and resilience earned him widespread praise and a nomination for the ICC award.

Healy, Hunter, and Mooney Dominate Women's Nominations

The ICC Women's Player of the Month nominees feature a mix of experience and youth. Australian star Alyssa Healy continues her impressive form with key contributions in both ODI and T20I series wins. Young Irish talent Amy Hunter shines with explosive batting performances, while Beth Mooney delivers consistent runs for Australia, making her mark in crucial matches.

The ICC Voting Academy and cricket fans worldwide now have the opportunity to cast their votes for the winners. Voting is open until Saturday at icc-cricket.com/awards, so make your voice heard and choose your favourite player of the month!

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram