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Allan Border Medal 2018: all the winners

12 February 2018

Steve Smith, Ellyse Perry lead the way at Australian cricket's awards night

Australia's best have been honoured in Melbourne with Steve Smith claiming his second Allan Border Medal at the annual awards night for Australian cricket.

The full list of winners – in the award they were presented – is below. Click the award-winner for a full run-down on their achievements over the past 12 months that saw them claim the prize.

Hublot Test Player of the Year: Steve Smith

ODI Player of the Year: David Warner

Women's Domestic Player of the Year: Beth Mooney

Men's Domestic Player of the Year: George Bailey

T20 Player of the Year: Aaron Finch

Betty Wilson Young Cricketer: Georgia Redmayne

Bradman Young Cricketer: Jhye Richardson

Belinda Clark Award: Ellyse Perry

Allan Border Medal: Steve Smith

Players and their partners or guests began arriving at the Palladium at Crown in central Melbourne in the the late afternoon to stroll the blue carpet and show off their fashions ahead of the awards ceremony, hosted by former Australia opener Michael Slater.

Karen Rolton, Norm O'Neill and Ricky Ponting will all be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame during the night. More on those three and their outstanding career achievements can be read here

Ponting reflects on Hall of Fame induction

Allan Border Medal honour roll

2000 Glenn McGrath
2001 Steve Waugh
2002 Matthew Hayden
2003 Adam Gilchrist
2004 Ricky Ponting
2005 Michael Clarke
2006 Ricky Ponting
2007 Ricky Ponting
2008 Brett Lee
2009 Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke
2010 Shane Watson
2011 Shane Watson
2012 Michael Clarke
2013 Michael Clarke
2014 Mitchell Johnson
2015 Steve Smith
2016 David Warner
2017 David Warner
2018 Steve Smith

Belinda Clark Award honour roll

2002 Karen Rolton
2003 Karen Rolton
2004 Cathryn Fitzpatrick
2005 Karen Rolton
2006 Karen Rolton
2007 Lisa Sthalekar
2008 Lisa Sthalekar
2009 Shelley Nitschke
2010 Shelley Nitschke
2011 Shelley Nitschke
2012 Shelley Nitschke
2013 Jess Cameron
2014 Meg Lanning
2015 Meg Lanning
2016 Ellyse Perry
2017 Meg Lanning
2018 Ellyse Perry

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