Jason Holder, Deandra Dottin dominate CWI awards [CricInfo] 20 Aug, 2019

Jason Holder, Deandra Dottin dominate CWI awards | ESPNcricinfo.com Jason Holder, Deandra Dottin dominate CWI awards --> #wiz-iframe{box-shadow:none!important}@media screen and (min-width:540px) and (max-width:1023px){#wizParDiv0{width:50%!important}.wzrk-button-container button{min-width:100px!important}}@media screen and (max-width:540px){#wizParDiv0{width:90%!important;bottom:0!important;top:auto!important}.wzrk-button-container button{min-width:100px!important}} Skip to navigation < > MenuESPNcricinfo ScoresAll cricket scores, fixtures and results here. 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Shai Hope was named the ODI Player of the Year for a second successive time while seam-bowling allrounder Keemo Paul was recognised as the T20 Player of the Year.List of award winnersTest playerof the year: Jason HolderODI player of the year: Shai HopeT20 player of the year: Keemo PaulEmerging player of the year: Oshane ThomasWomen's T20I player of the year: Deandra DotinWomen's ODI player of the year: Deandra DottinFirst-class team of the year: GuyanaChampionship player of the year: Rakheem CornwallSuper 50 Player of the year: Yanick OttleyCaribbean T20 player of the year: Andre RussellUnder-19 player of the year: Joshua BishopUnder-19 team of the year: Trinidad & TobagoUmpire of the year: Joel WilsonPlayer of the Year: Jason HolderWomen's player of the Year: Deandra DottinAllrounder Deandra Dottin also won big, securing the women's T20 and ODI Player of the Year awards. Meanwhile, 22-year-old tearaway Oshane Thomas was named the Emerging Player of the Year. Performances between April 2018 and March 2019 were taken into consideration.In February this year, Holder became the first West Indies player to become the top-ranked Test allrounder since Sir Garry Sobers in 1974 and claimed 778 rating points, the highest by any West Indies bowler since Courtney Walsh in 2001.And in January, Holder had made an unbeaten 202 - the third-highest score batting at No. 8 or lower in Test cricket - against England in front of his home crowd in Barbados. All told, Holder hit 565 runs in eight Test matches and claimed 40 wickets, including four five-wicket hauls, during the period.Hope amassed 757 runs in 15 innings in ODI cricket at an average of 63.08, including three hundreds and three fifties, during the period.After being plucked out of the CPL, Thomas made his international debut for West Indies in Guwahati in 2018 and added a cutting edge to the seam attack, the highlight being the maiden five-for against England in Gros Islet.Six months after becoming the No. 1 allrounder in women's T20Is, Dottin dominated the awards for women, taking back the Women's Player of the Year award. In ODIs during the period, Dottin made 207 runs in six innings in addition to taking 15 wickets with the ball. In T20Is, she bagged figures of 5 for 5 - her best in this format.Offspin-bowling allrounder Rahkeem Cornwall, who recently broke into West Indies' Test squad, was named the Championship Player of the Year, while star allrounder Andre Russell was adjudged Caribbean T20 Player of the Year.Nineteen-year-old left-arm spinner Joshua Bishop, who was snapped up by Barbados Tridents in the CPL draft in May, won the Under-19 Player of the Year award.FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmail ABOUT COOKIES To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies? Yes More Info Here Cookie Choices

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