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D'Arcy Short Now A State Cricket Award Winner

21 March 2018

Western Australia’s and the Hobart Hurricanes' D’Arcy Short has been named the Lord’s Taverners Indigenous Cricketer of the Year.

Short, aged 27, made his T20 international debut this summer for Australia, following a sensational KFC BBL|07 for the Hobart Hurricanes.

He was named Player of the Tournament with a tournament-record 572 runs, and a new tournament high score of 122 – as well as scoring his maiden JLT One-Day Cup century for Western Australia earlier in the summer.

2017-18 State Cricket Award Winners

Sheffield Shield Player of the Year: Chris Tremain (VIC)

Men’s Spirit of Cricket Award: Queensland

Women’s Spirit of Cricket Award: Victoria

CA Umpire Award: Paul Wilson

Lord’s Taverners Indigenous Cricketer of the Year: D’Arcy Short

Sheffield Shield Player of the Year Voting – Top 10

Chris Tremain (VIC) – 13 votes

Jackson Bird (TAS) – 12

Nick Winter (SA) – 12

Usman Khawaja (QLD) – 11

Hilton Cartwright (WA) – 11

Michael Neser (QLD) – 11

Luke Feldman (QLD) – 11

Charlie Hemphrey (QLD) – 11

Matthew Renshaw (QLD) – 11

Glenn Maxwell (VIC) – 10

*The Sheffield Shield Player of the Year Voting System sees each standing umpire award a 3-2-1 vote to the players they adjudicated as best on ground in each match.

Congratulations to Jackson Bird (Tasmanian Tigers) and D'Arcy Short (Hobart Hurricanes) from Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes on their outstanding seasons!