Ben Stokes: England all-rounder one of four nominated for Players‘ Player of the Year

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England all-rounder Ben Stokes is one of four players nominated for the Players‘ Player of the Year from the Professional Cricketers‘ Association.
Stokes helped England win the men’s World Cup for the very first time before filming at the Ashes.
Essex spinner Simon Harmer, Gloucestershire all-rounder Ryan Higgins and Warwickshire batsman Dom Sibley are nominated.
The winner will be announced in London on Wednesday, 2 October.
28, stokes, will be currently looking to become the sixth man to acquire the PCA Players‘ Player of the Year and the Young Player of the Year.
South African Harmer, 30, May include the County Championship title on Thursday and helped Essex to succeed in the T20 Blast.
Zimbabwe-born Higgins, 24, has played a part as Gloucestershire secured promotion back into Division One of the County Championship for the first time as 2005.
Sibley, 24, has been called up to the England Test squad for the winter’s tour of New Zealand after a prolific year for the Bears, scoring 1,324 Championship runs at average of 69.68 prior to their final game of the year against Yorkshire.
The former Surrey opener has been nominated for the Young Player of the Year, alongside Somerset’s Tom Banton, fellow England call-up Zak Crawley and Gloucestershire’s James Bracey, of Kent.
Spinner Sophie Ecclestone, all-rounder Katherine Brunt and batter Amy Jones are nominated with Ecclestone looking to win the award for the 2nd successive year, for the Women’s Player of the Summertime.
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