Awards

See the past winners of South Australian cricket awards

A complete list of awards on offer to South Australian players and past winners

Neil Dansie Medal

Awarded to the most outstanding South Australian male cricketer across all forms of the game as voted by the players, taking into account performance, competitiveness, team spirit and work ethic. This award is named after the patriarch of South Australian cricket – Neil Hampton Dansie OAM. Affectionately known as Nodder, Neil has made an immeasurable contribution to sport in South Australia and has been involved in cricket in this state for more than 65 years.

 Year Player
 2008/09 Michael Klinger
 2009/10 Michael Klinger
 2010/11 Daniel Christian
 2011/12 Michael Klinger
 2012/13 Chadd Sayers
 2013/14 Tom Cooper
 2014/15 Callum Ferguson
 2015/16 Joe Mennie
 2016/17 Chadd Sayers
 2017/18 Joe Mennie
 2018/19 Jake Lehmann
 2019/20 Wes Agar
 2020/21 Travis Head
 2021/22 Henry Hunt
 2022/23 Ben Manenti

Andrea McCauley Medal

Awarded to the most outstanding cricketer in the Women’s National Cricket League, as voted by the players throughout the WNCL. This award is named in honour of a champion of female cricket in South Australia, Andrea McCauley. McCauley coached the SA Scorpions for six seasons and the Adelaide Strikers WBBL side from their inception in 2015 and now currently sits on the South Australia Cricket Association Board, continuing her support and advocacy of women's cricket. 

Year  Player
 2006/07 Kris Britt
 2007/08 Karen Rolton
 2008/09 Kris Britt
 2009/10 Karen Rolton
 2010/11 Karen Rolton
 2011/12 Shelley Nitschke
 2012/13 Lauren Ebsary
 2013/14 Lauren Ebsary
 2014/15 Sarah Taylor
 2015/16 Sarah Taylor
 2016/17 Charlotte Edwards
 2017/18 Sophie Devine
 2018/19 Tahlia McGrath
 2019/20 Tahlia McGrath
 2020/21 Bridget Patterson
 2021/22 Courtney Webb
 2022/23 Courtney Webb

Lord Hampden Trophy

Awarded to the player who accumulates the most votes as voted by the players for all matched during the season in the Marsh Sheffield Shield competition.

 Year  Player
 2008/09 Michael Klinger
 2009/10 Michael Klinger
 2010/11 Aiden Blizzard
 2011/12 Michael Klinger
 2012/13 Chadd Sayers
 2013/14 Callum Ferguson
 2014/15 Callum Ferguson
 2015/16 Joe Mennie
 2016/17 Chadd Sayers 
 2017/18 Nick Winter
 2018/19 Travis Head
 2019/20 Wes Agar
 2020/21 Travis Head
 2021/22 Henry Hunt
 2022/23 Wes Agar

Click here for a full list of winners. 

One Day Cup MVP

Awarded to the most outstanding South Australian cricketer in the Marsh One-Day Cup competition as voted by the players.

 Year Player
 2010/11 Daniel Christian
 2011/12 Michael Klinger
 2012/13 Kane Richardson
 2013/14 Tom Cooper
 2014/15 Callum Ferguson
 2015/16 Kane Richardson 
 2016/17 Cameron Valente
 2017/18 Joe Mennie
 2018/19 Adam Zampa
 2019/20 Callum Ferguson
 2020/21 Travis Head
 2021/22 Alex Carey
 2022/23 Ben Manenti

 

Barry ‘Nugget’ Rees Award

Awarded to the player who displays passion for South Australia and South Australian cricket, humility, honesty and integrity, teamwork and respect for the game.

 Year Player
 2013/14 Chadd Sayers
 2014/15 Sam Raphael
 2015/16 Cameron Valente
 2016/17 Alex Carey 
 2017/18 Harry Nielsen
 2018/19 Elliot Opie
 2019/20 Nick Winter
 2020/21 Henry Hunt
 2021/22 Jordan Buckingham
 2022/23 Jordan Buckingham

Lauren Ebsary Award 

Awarded to the South Australian cricketer under 25 years of age, who has displayed significant improvement in their cricket ability, a high work ethic, team loyalty, distinguished character and respect for the game during the past 12 months.

Year Player
 2006/07 Fiona McDonald
 2007/08 Julie Woerner
 2008/09 Tamara Clapton
 2009/10 Sarah Carver
 2010/11 Megan Schutt
 2011/12 Stephanie Morrison
 2012/13 Bridget Patterson
 2013/14 Tegan McPharlin
 2014/15 Alex Price
 2015/16 Bridget Patterson
 2016/17 Tahlia McGrath
 2017/18 Tabatha Saville
 2018/19 Eliza Doddridge
 2019/20 Tahlia McGrath
 2020/21 Darcie Brown 
 2021/22 Ellie Falconer
 2022/23 Emma de Broughe

Tegan McPharlin Award 

Awarded to a contracted player who demonstrates the team’s established values and behaviours, an inspiring work ethic, commitment to the team, and serves as a role model for those around them.

Year Player
 2021/22 Tegan McPharlin
 2022/23 Jemma Barsby       

 

Barry Jarman Award 

Awarded to the SA cricketer under 25 years of age, who displayed significant improvement in their cricket ability, high work ethic, team loyalty, distinguished character and respect for the game during the past 12 months

Year Player
 2020/21 Liam Scott
 2021/22 Thomas Kelly
 2022/23 Nathan McSweeney

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