Marcus Harris has capped a superb summer by claiming the Bill Lawry Medal as Victoria's best Sheffield Shield player.
At the Cricket Victoria awards night on Tuesday, Harris – fresh off his century in the Shield final against NSW – claimed the top award in a season where he thumped a competition-leading 1188 runs at 69.88, with three centuries. He was also presented the John Scholes Award for exhibiting the best Victorian values.
Batsman Peter Handscomb claimed the Dean Jones Medal as the best one-day domestic player, while Meg Lanning celebrated the Sharon Tredrea Award as the best player of the Women's National Cricket League.
STATE AWARD WINNERS:
Bill Lawry Medal
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria over the course of the JLT Sheffield Shield season
Winner: Marcus Harris
Dean Jones Medal
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria during the JLT One-Day Cup tournament
Winner: Peter Handscomb
Sharon Tredrea Award
Player judged to have had the best performances for Victoria during the Women's National Cricket League season (WNCL)
Winner: Meg Lanning
John Scholes Award
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