Trescothick wins PCA award

Somerset skipper honoured by his peers at ceremony

Last Updated: 23/09/11 12:02pm

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Marcus Trescothick: Wins award for third time

Marcus Trescothick: Wins award for third time

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Marcus Trescothick has been named as the Professional Cricketers Association's Player of the Year after finishing the season as the leading scorer in English cricket.

The Somerset captain complied 2,518 across all forms of the game and wins the PCA award for the third time after previous success in 2000 and 2009.

Recent England call-up Alex Hales was named as PCA Young Player of the Year after passing 1,000 runs for Nottinghamshire in the County Championship for the first time.

PCA award winners:

Player of the Year: Marcus Trescothick (Somerset)

Young Player of the Year: Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire)

Team of the Year 2011: Alastair Cook (Essex & England), Marcus Trescothick (Somerset), Chris Nash (Sussex), Alex Hales (Notts), Darren Stevens (Kent), Steven Davies (Surrey), Samit Patel (Notts), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire), Jimmy Anderson (Lancashire & England), David Masters (Essex), Monty Panesar (Sussex)

County Championship Player of the Decade: Mark Ramprakash (Surrey)

CB40 Player of the Year: Chris Nash (Sussex)

FL t20 Player of the Year: Andrew McDonald (Leicestershire

Sixes League: Darren Stevens (Kent)

England Most Valuable Player of the Summer: Alastair Cook (Essex)

One-day international Player of the Year: Stuart Broad (Notts)

Umpire of the Year: Michael Gough

ECB Special Award: Patrick Eagar

PCA Special Merit Award: Jack Bannister

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