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BCCI Awards 2012

The Annual BCCI Awards Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, 21 November 2012, at the Chambers Terrace, Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Mumbai.

India’s top performers in international and domestic cricket during the twelve-month period from 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2012 will be feted at the ceremony.

Virat Kohli will be presented the Polly Umrigar Award, for being India’s top international cricketer of 2011-12. The award comprises a trophy and cheque for 5 lakhs.

The previous winners of the award are Sachin Tendulkar (2006-07 and 2009-10), Virender Sehwag (2007-08), Gautam Gambhir (2008-09) and Rahul Dravid (2010-11).

VVS Laxman, who announced his retirement from international cricket in August 2012, will be felicitated at the ceremony. Sachin Tendulkar will also be honoured for completing a century of international centuries.

Another feature of the ceremony will be the posthumous felicitation of seven legends of Indian cricket – Vijay Merchant, Vijay Manjrekar, Dattu Phadkar, Vinoo Mankad, Ghulam Ahmed, M.L. Jaisimha and Dilip Sardesai. The next-of-kin of each of these individuals will receive a trophy and cheque for 15 lakhs.

The Col. C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Sunil Gavaskar, former India captain. The award comprises a trophy, citation and cheque for 25 lakhs.

ICC Awards 2012 Nominations

Six players have been nominated in three different categories for the LG ICC Awards 2012, Pakistan’s Saeed Ajmal, South Africa’s Hashim Amla, Australia captain Michael Clarke, Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara, England’s Alastair Cook and West Indies Stafanie Taylor.

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The six players all feature in the ICC Cricketer of the Year, the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, long list, while the male nominees are all nominated in both the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year and ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year long lists, Taylor on the other hand features in the ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year and ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year long lists.

It is the first year the men’s and women’s voting academy and awards have become fully integrated, and Taylor becomes the first female to be long-listed for the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy at the ninth annual LG ICC Awards which will be held on 15 September in Colombo ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 Sri Lanka 2012.

This year’s LG ICC Awards includes 11 individual prizes and also features the selection of the Test and ODI Teams of the Year.

For the third time, this year’s awards feature the category, the LG People’s Choice Award. This award will be chosen by cricket fans around the world who will get a chance to vote for their favourite player online from a short-list of five cricketers.

Those five cricketers – Kumar Sangakkara, Sachin Tendulkar, Vernon Philander, Jacques Kallis and James Anderson – who were selected by the ICC selection panel and released to the public for voting earlier this month, were chosen on the basis of some innovative parameters, in line with the values that embody the LG brand, such as innovation, dynamism, strength in decision-making, performing well under pressure and executing a plan to distinction.

“The LG ICC Awards presents a wonderful opportunity for the ICC, along with thousands of cricket fans, to acknowledge and reward the brilliant performances of the world’s best cricketers,” said ICC Chief Executive David Richardson.

“It is also a chance to look back on some of the great feats witnessed in the past year in international cricket across FTP Test and ODI series, numerous Associate and Affiliate Member fixtures, including the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2012 plus the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in 2011. This will be the ninth edition of the Awards and once again the voting academy will face a tough task in deciding who will be victorious on the night,” he added.

The long-lists of nominations were made by a five-man ICC selection panel chaired by former West Indies captain and current chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee Clive Lloyd. The panel also includes former international players Clare Connor of England, Tom Moody of Australia, Carl Hooper of West Indies and Sri Lanka’s Marvan Atapattu.

The individual player awards will be selected by an academy of 32 highly credentialed cricket personalities from around the world. The academy includes a host of former players and respected members of the media, representatives of the Emirates Elite Panels of ICC Umpires and ICC Match Referees.

This year sees the integration of the selection and voting panels for the women’s awards and sees the creation of two women’s awards, ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year and ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year.

There are 11 nominees for the ICC Men’s Twenty20 International Performance of the Year include players from the men’s teams of England, West Indies, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

The ICC Spirit of Cricket Award Long List was nominated by all members of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Umpires and Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, while this award is ultimately voted upon by the 10 Full Member captains, along with the Elite Panel umpires and match referees.

This year’s five nominees for the Spirit of Cricket Award are nominated due to: “An action, moment, gesture or decision on the field of play of International cricket during the specified voting period which best reflects the Spirit of Cricket”.

The nominees include South Africa’s Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers, Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez, West Indies’ Kieron Pollard and New Zealand’s Daniel Vettori. Information on why each of these players were nominated can be found hereon the ICC website.

The David Shepherd Trophy for ICC Umpire of the Year is voted on by the captains and the match referees based on the umpires’ performance statistics.

There is also an ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year award again this year. To qualify for that award a player must be under the age of 26 and have played fewer than five Tests and/or 10 ODIs and five T20Is at the start of the voting period.

The ICC Associate and Affiliate Cricketer of the Year award serves to recognise and reward the efforts in all international matches of the outstanding cricketers from the teams outside the ICC Full Members. This year, Ireland boasts the most number of nominees once again, this time with six names on the list, while Netherlands, Afghanistan, UAE and Canada have one each.

Based on the period between 4 August 2011 and 6 August 2012, the LG ICC Awards 2012 will take into account performances by players and officials in a remarkable period for the game.

That period includes such high-profile events as the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2012 held in the UAE, the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier in Bangladesh in 2011, various rounds of the ICC Intercontinental Cup, as well as numerous Pepsi ICC World Cricket League and Championship fixtures, plus several bilateral Test and ODI series.

The LG ICC Awards ceremony is now in its ninth year and this year it will be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Previous ceremonies were held in London (2004 and 2011), Sydney (2005), Mumbai (2006), Johannesburg (2007 and 2009), Dubai (2008) and Bengaluru (2010).

LG ICC Awards 2012 Nominations

ICC Cricketer of the Year (Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy)

Saeed Ajmal (Pak)

Hashim Amla (SA)

Stuart Broad (Eng)

Michael Clarke (Aus)

Alastair Cook (Eng)

Virat Kohli (Ind)

Vernon Philander (SA)

Kumar Sangakkara (SL)

Stafanie Taylor (WI)

ICC Test Cricketer of the Year

Saeed Ajmal (Pak)

Hashim Amla (SA)

Stuart Broad (Eng)

Shivnarine Chanderpaul (WI)

Michael Clarke (Aus)

Alastair Cook (Eng)

Jacques Kallis (SA)

Vernon Philander (SA)

Matt Prior (Eng)

Marlon Samuels (WI)

Kumar Sangakkara (SL)

Dale Steyn (SA)

AB de Villiers (SA)

ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Year

Shahid Afridi (Pak)

Saeed Ajmal (Pak)

Michael Clarke (Aus)

Alastair Cook (Eng)

MS Dhoni (Ind)

Steven Finn (Eng)

Gautam Gambhir (Ind)

Shakib Al Hasan (Bang)

Virat Kohli (Ind)

Lasith Malinga (SL)

Brendon McCullum (NZ)

Morne Morkel (SA)

Sunil Narine (WI)

Kumar Sangakkara (SL)

Brendan Taylor (Zim)

Shane Watson (Aus)

ICC Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year

Jess Cameron (Aus)

Shanel Daley (WI)

Lydia Greenaway (Eng)

Anisa Mohammed (WI)

Mithali Raj (Ind)

Sarah Taylor (Eng)

Stafanie Taylor (WI)

ICC Women’s T20I Cricketer of the Year

Jess Cameron (Aus)

Shanel Daley (WI)

Alyssa Healy (Aus)

Anisa Mohammed (WI)

Mithali Raj (Ind)

Lisa Sthalekar (Aus)

Sarah Taylor (Eng)

Stafanie Taylor (WI)

ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year

Trent Boult (NZ)

Doug Bracewell (NZ)

Dinesh Chandimal (SL)

Pat Cummins (Aus)

Nasir Hossain (Bang)

Junaid Khan (Pak)

Nathan Lyon (Aus)

Tino Mawoyo (Zim)

Sunil Narine (WI)

James Pattinson (Aus)

Lahiru Thirimanne (SL)

Matthew Wade (Aus)

ICC Associate and Affiliate Cricketer of the Year

Shaiman Anwar (UAE)

Peter Borren (Neth)

George Dockrell (Ire)

Trent Johnston (Ire)

Ed Joyce (Ire)

John Mooney (Ire)

Kevin O’Brien (Ire)

Hiral Patel (Can)

Paul Stirling (Ire)

Dawlat Zadran (Afg)

ICC Men’s Twenty20 International Performance of the Year

Ravi Bopara (Eng) – 3.4-0-10-4 v West Indies, The Oval, 23 September 2011

Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL) – 104no (57b, 12×4, 5×6) v Australia, Pallekele, 6 August 2011

Chris Gayle (WI) – 85no (52b, 7×4, 5×6) v New Zealand, Lauderhill, 30 June 2012

Martin Guptill (NZ) – 91no (54b, 5×4, 6×6) v Zimbabwe, Auckland, 11 February 2012

Mohammad Hafeez (Pak) – 2.2-0-10-4 v Zimbabwe, Harare, 16 September 2011

Alex Hales (Eng) – 99 (68b, 6×4, 4×6) v West Indies, Nottingham, 24 June 2012

Richard Levi (SA) – 117no (51b, 5×4. 13×6) v New Zealand, Auckland, 22 February 2012

Brendon McCullum (NZ) – 81no (46b, 5×4, 6×6) v Zimbabwe, Harare, 15 October 2011

Ajantha Mendis (SL) – 4-1-16-6 v Australia, Pallekele, 8 August 2011

Sunil Narine (WI) – 4-0-12-4 v New Zealand, Lauderhill, 1 July 2012

Elias Sunny (Bang) – 4-1-13-5 v Ireland, Belfast, 18 July 2012

ICC Spirit of Cricket Award

Mohammad Hafeez (Pak)

Jacques Kallis (SA)

Kieron Pollard (WI)

Daniel Vettori (NZ)

AB de Villiers (SA)

ICC Umpire of the Year (David Shepherd Trophy)

Billy Bowden

Aleem Dar

Steve Davis

Kumar Dharmasena

Billy Doctrove

Marais Erasmus

Ian Gould

Tony Hill

Richard Kettleborough

Nigel Llong

Asad Rauf

Simon Taufel

Rod Tucker

LG People’s Choice Award

James Anderson (Eng)

Jacques Kallis (SA)

Vernon Philander (SA)

Kumar Sangakkara (SL)

Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)

LG People’s Choice Award 2012

The third LG People’s Choice Award this year sees two former winners nominated alongside three other international cricketing stars in a bid to win the only award voted for by the public at the annual LG ICC Awards.

Those nominated include Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara, India’s Sachin Tendulkar, South Africa’s duo Vernon Philander and Jacques Kallis, while England’s James Anderson makes up the quintet of nominees.

Both Sangakkara (2011) and Tendulkar (2010) have won the LG People’s Choice Award in the past.

For the third time in the history of the LG ICC Awards, fans will have the opportunity to decide the winner, this time by accessing an application on the ICC’s official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/cricketicc.

Voting will be open until midnight UAE time on 31 August with the winner to be announced on 15 September at the LG ICC Awards in Colombo.

The short list, nominated by an elite panel of cricket experts headed by former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd, along with Sri Lanka’s Marvan Atapattu, England’s Clare Connor, West Indies Carl Hooper and Australia’s Tom Moody was selected using criteria set out by LG and the ICC.

This dictated that the nominees should have displayed some of the attributes regarded by LG as in line with their corporate qualities such as innovation, dynamism, strength in decision-making, performing well under pressure and executing a plan to distinction.

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: “This is the third year of the LG People’s Choice Award and it is proving to be hugely popular among fans across the globe and continues to highlight how much voting for their cricketing heroes means.

“This year sees the two past winners nominated again alongside three other extremely deserving candidates, I’m sure the public will choose wisely as to who will be the 2012 winner of this prestigious award at the LG ICC Awards 2012.”

Ricky Ponting awarded Australian civil honour

Australian batsman Ricky Ponting has been awarded one of his country’s highest civil honours in an annual list marking the national holiday, one day after posting a double century in the fourth Test against India.

Ponting has been appointed an officer in the general division of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to cricket and to the community through the Ponting Foundation, which helps cancer sufferers.

“I feel very humble to be awarded this Honour and recognised for doing what I love,” Ponting said.

“Playing cricket has been the major part of my life and from the first time I was selected for Australia, I have always been extremely proud to represent my country both here in Australia and all around the world.

“I have never taken the responsibility of playing for Australia for granted and have always appreciated the support of my teammates and Australian fans who make it even more special to wear the baggy green.”

“To receive this accolade is such a great honour, especially on a day when I am doing my favourite thing on one of my favourite cricket grounds in the world.”

Ponting is recognised for his distinguished service to the sport of cricket and to the community through the establishment of the Ponting Foundation.

“In every way, this honour is also for my wife Rianna, who has been the driver for all our charity work,” Ponting said.

“We are very proud of what the Ponting Foundation is doing to help young Australians beat cancer.

“From the very first time we walked into the cancer ward at the Sydney Children’s Hospital almost a decade ago, we have been continually inspired by the courage and determination shown by young cancer sufferer.”

“Australians are incredibly generous people and they really care for the issues confronting us all. We are indebted to the support we have received to date but like most charities, we have so much more work to do,” Ponting added.

“It is humbling to be acknowledged for this service to the community but it’s the volunteers, donors, supporters and entire medical teams that really deserve the credit.”

Jhulan Goswami conferred with Padma Shri

The Indian women’s cricket team captain Jhulan Goswami has been conferred with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India, for her services to cricket.

Jhulan, who heads the ICC rankings for bowlers, has taken 135 wickets in 114 one-day internationals and 33 from eight Tests for India

Goswami is the second India woman cricketer to be awarded the Padma Shri after Diana Edulji, the first Indian Women’s captain.

In 2010, she received the Arjuna Award, the highest civilian honour for sportspersons.

She also won the ICC Women’s Player of the Year 2007 and the M.A. Chidambaram trophy for Best Women Cricketer in 2011.

Goswami joined Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sunil Gavaskar, Virender Sehwag, Bishan Bedi, Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh, VVS Laxman and MS Dhoni among cricketers to have been conferred with the award.

The awards will be presented by the President of India at a function held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi in March-April.

Dickie Bird, Giles Clarke, Umesh Valjee, and Jeffrey Levick honoured

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Giles Clarke, former international umpire Harold ‘Dickie’ Bird, ECB disability cricketer of the year Umesh Valjee and disability cricket pioneer Jeffrey Levick have all been honoured in the New Year’s Honours List.

Clarke, who has been ECB chairman since 2007, received a CBE for services to cricket while Bird was awarded an OBE for services to cricket and charity. Bird was a first-class umpire for 28 years and officiated in 68 Test matches and three World Cup finals. He has previously been awarded an MBE.

Valjee, who captained England’s deaf cricketers to victory in the T20 tri-series in Australia earlier this year, scoring three centuries, received an MBE together with Levick, chairman of Hampshire Cricket Board.

Clarke said, “This has been a marvellous year for cricket at all levels with the England team becoming the world’s number one ranked Test side, a memorable finish to our county season and a five percent growth in participation at grass-roots level in our national network of ECB Focus Clubs.

“The entire game will be pleased to see that the excellent work which is being done to promote disability cricket has been acknowledged and, of course, that one of our most popular and best-loved umpires has received further national recognition.

“These awards are a tremendous accolade for cricket in this country and will provide a real boost for all those who work tirelessly to promote our national summer sport.”

Speaking about the award, Bird said, “It is a tremendous honour and I feel very humble. I am delighted and honoured.

“People always ask me what stands out, what do I remember best? I have always said that standing in three World Cup finals were my best memories but to get this is the greatest honour of my life.

“I have been given the Freedom of Barnsley, honorary doctorates at Leeds, Sheffield Hallam and Huddersfield universities and I have been voted Yorkshireman of the Year. They are all great honours but this OBE stands out above them all. It is the pinnacle.”

England Cricket Team Wins BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year Award 2011

The England Test cricket team have won the BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year award after securing a first Ashes series triumph in Australia since 1987.

Captain Andrew Strauss’s side won the final two Tests after Christmas to retain the urn with a 3-1 victory.

England also beat Sri Lanka 1-0 and whitewashed India 4-0 at home to become the world’s number one Test side.

England have been awarded the accolade three times in seven years – the first two coming after home Ashes series victories in 2005 and 2009.

The team have not lost a Test series since May 2009 and their rise to the top of the International Cricket Council’s five-day rankings was confirmed as they took an unassailable 3-0 series lead over India at Edgbaston in August.

After losing the one-day series against Australia 6-1, they suffered defeats by Ireland and Bangladesh at the World Cup before bowing out with a 10-wicket defeat by Sri Lanka in the quarter-finals.

One-day international series victories over Sri Lanka and India at home were followed by a 5-0 whitewash away to India.

The winner of the award was decided by a panel of sports editors from national and regional newspapers and magazines.

Watch Live Streaming of BCCI Awards 2010-2011

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)’s annual awards ceremony will be held on December 10 in Chennai. You can watch the live streaming of the BCCI Awards 2010-2011 online from the below given link.

Following awards will be presented:

  • Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Polly Umrigar Award
  • Madhavrao Scindia Award (Highest Scorer in the Ranji Trophy 2010-11)
  • Madhavrao Scindia Award (Highest wicket-taker in the Ranji Trophy 2010-11)
  • MA Chidambaram Trophy (Best Under-16 cricketer of 2010-11)
  • MA Chidambaram Trophy (Best Under-19 cricketer of 2010-11)
  • MA Chidambaram Trophy (Best Under-22 cricketer of 2010-11)
  • MA Chidambaram Trophy (Best woman cricketer of 2010-11)
  • MA Chidambaram Trophy (Best woman cricketer (junior) of 2010-11)
  • Best Umpire in Domestic cricket 2010-11
  • Dilip Sardesai Award for India’s Best Cricketer in the 2011 Test series in the West Indies
  • Dilip Sardesai Award for India’s Best Cricketer in the 2011-12 Test series against the West Indies
  • Lala Amarnath Award for the Best all-rounder in the Ranji Trophy 2010-11
  • Lala Amarnath Award for the Best all-rounder in the Domestic Tournaments 2010-11
  • Best Overall Performance in 2010-11

The winners of the above mentioned awards have already been announced. You can check the winners of BCCI awards 2010-2011 from here.

Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Awards 2011 Winners

The winners of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Awards 2011 were announced at a special awards ceremony held at Reebok Stadium in Bolton on the evening of 1st December 2011.

The aim of the IOG Awards is recognize achievement, innovation, fresh thinking and the leaders in the world of Groundsmanship. To raise industry standards and encourage greater professionalism To drive awareness of the sector.

Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Awards 2011 Winners

Grass Roots Sports Ground of the Year – sponsored by Bayer

Winner: Heaton Sports Club

Finalist: Leamington FC, Warwickshire

Volunteer Sports Grounds Management Team of the Year

Winner: Cleckheaton Sports Club, West Yorkshire

Finalist: Miskin Manor Cricket Club, Llantrisant, Wales

Volunteer Sports Groundsman of the Year – sponsored by Mark Harrod Ltd

Winner: Keith Hughes, Menai Bridge Cricket Club, Anglesey, Wales

Finalist: David Arthure, Swansea Civil Service Cricket Club

Public Sector Sports Ground of the Year

Winner: Sunderland City Council

Finalist: Fawley Parish Council, Southampton

Public Sector Outdoor Facility of the Year

Winner: Stanley Park Sports Ground, Chippenham

Finalist: Mayow Park, Sydenham, London

Environmental Project of the Year – sponsored by Ransomes Jacobsen

Winner: Ashton on Mersey Cricket Club, Cheshire

Finalist: Sheffield University

Professional Football Training Ground Team of the Year – jointly sponsored by AFT Trenchers and Cleveland Land Services

Winner: Manchester City FC

Finalists: Charlton Athletic FC, Crewe Alexandra FC, Nottingham Forest FC

Best Maintained Artificial Pitch of the Year – jointly sponsored by Charterhouse Turf Machinery and Kubota

Winner: Radley College, Oxfordshire

Finalist: King Edward’s School, Surrey

Innovation in Grounds Maintenance – sponsored by Sanli UK

Winner: GreenMech, wood chipper

Finalist: Etesia, ride-on mower

Most Promising Sports Turf Student of the Year – sponsored by Sherriff Amenity

Winner: Adam Shoesmith, Myerscough College, Preston

Finalist: Will Graves, Merchant Taylors’ School, Middlesex

Young Groundsman of the Year – sponsored by Rigby Taylor and Top Green

Winner: Niall Hazelhurst, Bolton Wanderers FC

Finalist: Andrew Flanagan, Hartlepool United FC

Independent Schools & Colleges Sports Ground of the Year

Winner: Charterhouse School

Finalist: Bolton School, Lancs

Spectator Sports Ground of the Year – sponsored by the AELTC, ECB, the Football Association, Football Foundation, the Lawn Tennis Association, the Premier League, Rugby Football League, Rugby Football Union and Sport England

Winner: York Racecourse

Finalist: The Liberty Stadium

Professional Sports Grounds Management Team of the Year – jointly sponsored by Campey Turf Care Systems and Imants BV

Winner: Manchester City FC

Finalist: Hurlingham Club, London

The Alex R Millar IOG Professional Football Groundsman of the Year – sponsored by British Sugar (Topsoil) and DLF/Johnsons Seed

Winner: Antony Haywood, Chesterfield FC

Finalists: Tommy Cumming, Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC; Ewan Hunter, Nottingham Forest FC; Lee Jackson, Manchester City FC; David Mitchell, Carlisle United FC

The Groundsman’s Groundsman of the Year

Winner: Les Gibbs, Glamorgan University

Finalists:

Darren Baldwin, Tottenham Hotspur FC

Jonathan Calderwood, Aston Villa FC

Dan Duffy, Swansea City FC

David Hodgson, Kirkstall Educational Cricket Club, West Yorkshire

Nick James, Heaton Mersey Cricket Club, Stockport

Lee Jackson, Manchester City FC

Ed Mowe, Leicester City FC

Phil Williams, Cardiff City FC

Lifetime Achievement Award – sponsored by Everris

Winner: Richard Campey, Managing Director, Campey Turf Care Systems

BCCI Awards 2010-11 Winners

BCCI Awards 2010-11 Winners List

S.No Category Winner
1 Col. C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award Ajit Wadekar
2 Polly Umrigar Award Rahul Dravid
3 Madhavrao Scindia Award – Highest Scorer in the Ranji Trophy S. Badrinath (TNCA)
4 Madhavrao Scindia Award – Highest wicket-taker in the Ranji Trophy Bhargav Bhatt (Baroda CA)
5 M.A. Chidambaram Trophy – Best Under-16 Cricketer Vijay Zol (Maharashtra CA)
6 M.A. Chidambaram Trophy – Best Under-19 Cricketer Avi Barot (Gujarat CA)
7 M.A. Chidambaram Trophy – Best Under-22 Cricketer Suryakumar Yadav (Mumbai CA)
8 M.A. Chidambaram Trophy – Best Woman Cricketer (SR) Jhulan Goswami (CAB)
9 M.A. Chidambaram Trophy – Best Woman Cricketer (JR) Mona Meshram (VCA)
10 Best Umpire in Domestic Cricket S. Ravi
11 Dilip Sardesai Award for India’s Best Cricketer in the 2011 Test Series in the West Indies Ishant Sharma
12 Dilip Sardesai Award for India’s Best Cricketer in the 2011-12 Test Series Against the West Indies R Ashwin
13 Lala Amarnath Award for the Best All-Rounder in the Ranji Trophy Iqbal Abdulla (Mumbai CA)
14 Lala Amarnath Award for the Best All-Rounder in Domestic Limited-Overs Tournaments Sumit Narwal (DDCA)
15 Best overall performance in 2010-11 Railways Sports Promotion Board and DDCA