The BCCI annual awards were presented on January 12. Here is the full list of award winners. Jasprit Bumrah bagged the top honour
Mumbai: Jasprit Bumrah received the prestigious Polly Umrigar Award for the best international cricketer (2018-19) at the BCCI Annual Awards (Naman) in Mumbai on Sunday (January 12).
"Grateful and honoured to be taking these two awards home tonight," said Bumrah, who also bagged Dilip Sardesai award for being the highest Test wicket-taker in 2018-19 season. He took 34 wickets in six Tests.
The world number one ODI bowler made his Test debut during India’s tour of South Africa in January 2018 and hasn’t looked back since. He picked up a five-wicket haul in South Africa, England, Australia and the West Indies becoming the first and only Asian bowler to achieve the feat. He played a stellar role in the historic 2-1 Test series win in Australia that helped India retain the Border Gavaskar Trophy.
Grateful and honoured to be taking these two awards home tonight. 🏆 pic.twitter.com/Q8kOunzhoP— Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) January 12, 2020
While Bumrah got the biggest prize in the men’s category, Poonam Yadav claimed the top prize in women’s category. She was awarded the best international cricketer (women). The award will be another feather in the leg spinner’s cap who recently received the Arjuna Award.
Former India captains Krishnamachari Srikkanth and Anjum Chopra were presented with Col CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award and the BCCI Lifetime Achievement Award for Women respectively.
A member of the 1983 World Cup-winning team, Srikkanth took on the fearsome West Indies fast bowlers and scored an attacking 38, the top individual score in the low-scoring final at the Lord’s. He also captained India and post-retirement served as the chief selector and it was during his tenure that the 2011 World Cup squad was picked.
Anjum is one of the finest batswomen and the first Indian to play 100 WODIs. In a career spanning 17 years, Anjum represented India in four 50-over World Cups and two T20 World Cup (played in 1).
Full list of BCCI award winners
|1||COL. C.K. NAYUDU LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD||Krishnamachari Srikkanth||Citation, trophy and cheque for Rs 25 lakh||In 43 Test Scored 2062 Runs @ 29.88 With 2 Centuries And 12 Half Centuries, 123 HS
In 146 ODI Scored 4091 Runs @ 29.01 With 4 Centuries AndD 27 Half Centuries, HS 123
|2||BCCI LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR WOMEN||Anjum Chopra||Citation, trophy and cheque for Rs 25 lakh||In 12 Test Scored 548 Runs @ 30.44 WithH 4 Half Centuries, 98 HS
In 127 ODI 2856 Runs Scored @ 31.38 With 1 Century And 18 Half Centuries, 100 HS
In 18 T20 241 Runs Scored @17.21, 37* HS
|3||BCCI SPECIAL AWARD||Dilip Doshi||Citation, trophy and cheque for Rs 15 lakh each||In 33 Test 129 Runs Scored and 114 Wickets taken @ 30.71, BB 6 FOR 102 In 15 ODI 9 Runs Scored And 22 Wickets taken @ 23.81,BB 4 FOR 30|
|4||DILIP SARDESAI AWARD - HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN TEST CRICKET- 2018-19||Cheteshwar Pujara||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 8 matches 677 runs @ 52.07 with 3 centuries and 2 half centuries, HS 193|
|5||DILIP SARDESAI AWARD - HIGHEST WICKETS IN TEST CRICKET- 2018-19||Jasprit Bumrah||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 6 matches 34 wkts @ 14.02 with 3 5wkt haul, 6 for 27 being the BB|
|6||HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN ONE DAY INTERNATIONALS -2018-19- WOMEN||Smriti Mandhana||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 6 matches 349 runs @ 69.80 with 3 half Centuries and 1 Century, HS 105|
|7||HIGHEST WICKETS IN ONE DAY INTERNATIONALS - 2018-19 - WOMEN||Jhulan Goswami||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 6 matches 11 wkts @ 16.36 with 1 4wkt haul.|
|8||POLLY UMRIGAR AWARD BEST INTERNATIONAL CRICKETER- MEN||Jasprit Bumrah||Citation, trophy and cheque for Rs 15 lakh each||Test vs Aus & WI 34 wickets from 6 matches, ODI: 31 wickets from 17 matches, ITT 8 wickets from 7 matches (1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019)|
|9||BEST INTERNATIONAL CRICKETER - WOMEN||Poonam Yadav||Citation, trophy and cheque for Rs 15 lakh each||WODI: 14 wickets from 8 matches WITT: 20 wickets from 15 matches, 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019|
|10||BEST INTERNATIONAL DEBUT - MEN||Mayank Agarwal||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 9 Test matches scored 872 runs @ 67.07 with 3 Centuries and 3 Half Centuries, 243 HS|
|11||BEST INTERNATIONAL DEBUT- WOMEN||Shafali Verma||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2 lakh||In 9 T20 matches scored 222 runs @ 27.75 with 2 half centuries, HS 73|
|12||LALA AMARNATH AWARD FOR THE BEST ALL-ROUNDER IN THE RANJI TROPHY, 2018-19||Shivam Dube of Mumbai C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 5 lakh||632 runs @ 52.67 in 8 matches with 2 centuries and 3 half centuries. 23 wkts @ 23.21 with 7/53 as BB|
|13||LALA AMARNATH AWARD FOR THE BEST ALL-ROUNDER IN DOMESTIC LIMITED-OVERS COMPETITIONS, 2018-19||Nitish Rana of DDCA||Trophy and cheque for Rs 5 lakh||443 email@example.com in 10 matches with 1 century and 3 half centuries. 8 wkts @ 27.50 with 2/9 as BB|
|14||MADHAVRAO SCINDIA AWARD – HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN THE RANJI TROPHY IN 2018-19||Milind Kumar of Sikkim C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2.5 lakh||1331 runs @ 121 in 8 matches with 6 centuries in cluding 2 double centuries and 4 half centuries .|
|15||MADHAVRAO SCINDIA AWARD – HIGHEST WICKET-TAKER IN THE RANJI TROPHY IN 2018-19||Ashutosh Aman of Bihar C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 2.5 lakh||68 wkts @ 1.9 with 5 ten wkts in a match and 9 five wkts in an innings in 7 matches|
|16||M.A. CHIDAMBARAM TROPHY – HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN (U23) COL. C K NAYUDU TROPHY IN 2018-19||Manan Hingrajia of Gujarat C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||872runs @ 67.08 in 10 Matches with 3 centuries and 3 half centuries.|
|17||M.A. CHIDAMBARAM TROPHY – HIGHEST WICKET-TAKER IN (U23) COL. C K NAYUDU TROPHY IN 2018-19||Sidak Singh of Cricket Association of Pondicherry||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||63 wickets @ 2.5 with 1 ten wkts and 4 five wkts. in an innings in 8 matches.|
|18||M.A. CHIDAMBARAM TROPHY – HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN (U19) COOCH BEHAR TROPHY IN 2018-19||Vathsal Govind of Kerala C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||1235 runs @ 123.5 in 8 matches with 5 centuries including 1 triple century, and 6 half centuries.|
|19||M.A. CHIDAMBARAM TROPHY – HIGHEST WICKET-TAKER IN (U19) COOCH BEHAR TROPHY IN 2018-19||Apurva Anand of Bihar Cricket Association||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||62 wickets @ 10.54 with 8 five wkts. in an innings in 8 matches|
|20||JAGMOHAN DALMIYA TROPHY – HIGHEST RUN GETTER IN (U16) VIJAY MERCHANT TROPHY IN 2018-19||Aryan Hooda of Jharkhand State C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||903 runs @ 75.25 in 9 matches with 4 centuries and 1 half century.|
|21||JAGMOHAN DALMIYA TROPHY – HIGHEST WICKET-TAKER IN (U16) VIJAY MERCHANT TROPHY IN 2018-19||Abhishek Yadav of Jharkhand State C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||46 wickets @ 1.8 with 4 five wkts. in an innings in 9 matches.|
|22||JAGMOHAN DALMIYA TROPHY – BEST WOMAN CRICKETER (SR DOMESTIC) OF 2018-19 (SR WOMEN ONE DAY)||Deepti Sharma of Cricket Association of Bengal||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||487 runs @ 69.57 in 11 matches with 2 centuries and 2 half century. (SWOD)|
|23||JAGMOHAN DALMIYA TROPHY – BEST WOMAN CRICKETER (JR DOMESTIC) OF 2018-19||Shafali Verma of Haryana C A||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh||Overall she scored 1923 runs @ 46.90 in 46 matches with 7 centuries and 5 half century including One Day and T20 (She played Senior, U23, U19)|
|24||BEST UMPIRE IN DOMESTIC CRICKET IN 2018-19||Virender Sharma||Trophy and cheque for Rs 1.50 Lakh|
|25||BEST PERFORMANCE IN BCCI DOMESTIC TOURNAMENTS OF 2018-19||Vidarbha C A||MEMENTO||Winner - Ranji Trophy, Men U23 One Day, Vinoo Mankad Trophy, Irani Cup, Runner Up - Cooch Behar Trophy|
Last Updated 13, Jan 2020, 11:51 AM IST