England’s Sam Curran wins adolescent cricketer award

England’s Sam Curran wins adolescent cricketer award

England’s Sam Curran wins adolescent cricketer award
 

LONDON: England all-rounder Sam Curran won the Candid Writers’ Club adolescent cricketer of the year accolade on Tuesday while his Surrey assistant Rory Burns was called County Championship amateur of the year.

Curran, 20, fabricated his Test admission adjoin Pakistan in June and concluded up as England’s man-of-the-series in a 4-1 success over India.
He is averaging an absorbing 36.50 with the bat and 23.23 with the brawl afterwards bristles Tests, with the accomplished account of 78 and best bowling abstracts of four for 74 with his left-arm swing.

Surrey captain Burns led from the advanced with a account of 1,359 runs at an boilerplate of 64.71, including four hundreds, as the County Championship appellation alternate to the Oval for the aboriginal time back 2002.
The 28-year-old assuredly affected his way into the England squad, area he will now accept a adventitious to ample a abstraction at the top of the adjustment afterward Alastair Cook’s retirement from all-embracing cricket.
Natalie Sciver, captain of the Surrey Stars ancillary that won the Kia Super League title, won the CWC’s women’s award.

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