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News Archive - Player of the Month

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Yuvraj has a September to rememberAfter a sterling Twenty20 Championship in South Africa, Yuvraj Singh has been names Cricket Web's Player of the Month for September.09 Oct 2007Zac Gelman
August Player of the MonthWith so little cricket over the last month, there is little competition for our usual accolade. Or is there? Chawla, Powar... Broad?31 Aug 2007George Roberts
Player of the Month: JulyZaheer Khan, with his match-winning nine wickets in the second Test against England, is the July player of the month.12 Aug 2007Sudeep Popat
Shivnarine, take a bowNo player came even close in importance and magnitude of the efforts of the quite and unassuming Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who stood tall throughout June.23 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Player of the Month - MayThere have been several stars of England's early-season good form. Kevin Pietersen, however, probably shone brighter than all else.06 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
Team of the 2007 World CupThe 2007 World Cup has now passed into the annals of history. Who made the Cricket Web 2007 World Cup Team of the Tournament?15 May 2007Kev Goughy
Hayden's comeback magicMatthew Hayden has been in the ODI form of his life and with 395 runs in five matches at 98.75, he is CW's player of the month for March.01 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Player of the Month - FebruaryAfter two months of hellish Australian torture, three superb performances from Paul Collingwood single handedly turned England's tour around.04 Mar 2007Benedict Goodchild
Player of the Month - JanuaryIn a month which saw South Africa celebrate the success of consecutive series wins, Ashwell Prince and Makhaya Ntini shone brightest.03 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Player of the Year - 2006In a year where he shattered batting records, made 1788 runs averaging 99.33, Mohammad Yousuf is Cricket Web's 2006 player of the year.08 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
Oct/Nov 2006: Gayle & YousufTwo months which focused on different forms of the game, and two very different players who each set themselves apart.06 Dec 2006Sean Fuller
Sep 06: Ma-Lee-syiaThere's something about Septembers. The kids are back to school and our cricket bags are back collecting dust on top of our wardrobes.14 Oct 2006Neil Pickup
August 2006 - A year in the lifeAugust 2006 will be remembered for the incidents that saw a test match forfeited - but also for the day a player came of age.10 Sep 2006Eddie Sanders
July 2006: Two For The Price Of OneCricket Web pays homage to Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara. Take a bow and put your feet up - you've earned it.12 Aug 2006Eddie Sanders
June 2006: Leading by exampleAt the end of May, Sri Lanka were one-nil down to England. Then came Trent Bridge, and the Murali show. Then there were the ODIs...07 Jul 2006Neil Pickup
May 2006: Ronnie's RhythmIn Jamaica, the first ODI went to the wire but the Indian one-day plan remained intact... until one man decided otherwise.09 Jun 2006Neil Pickup
April 2006: DizzySomewhere along the line in April 2006, a couple of games of International cricket went along entirely according to expectations.08 May 2006Neil Pickup
March 2006: Freddie's FireWe're three months in to 2006 - and there's not much that we know now that we didn't know when we were with our Christmas lunches07 Apr 2006Neil Pickup
Feb 2006: Boom Boom DhoniA month that began with Sri Lanka frightening the life out of the Australians contained many a candidate for a player of the month03 Mar 2006Neil Pickup
Jan 2006 - Keeping it TogetherA new year of cricket, and a new year of Cricket Web's Player of the Month awards. Happy Birthday to us, and so on and so forth.02 Feb 2006Neil Pickup
Player of the Year - 20052005 was a remarkable year of cricket, with many individual performances that will be remembered a long time, but one man stood out.01 Jan 2006Sean Fuller
November 2005: Aloo, Aloo...It had to happen at some point. England's streak of six consecutive series wins came to its conclusion in the sultry climes of Lahore10 Dec 2005Neil Pickup
Oct 2005: Return of the SachThey said he was finished. They said that he was injury prone, that he was a shadow of his former self. They should have known better.31 Oct 2005Neil Pickup
Sep 05: On and off the fieldNow, I've got a choice of another heinously weak "Lucky Dippenaar"-style headline and player pick, or a left-field selection...10 Oct 2005Neil Pickup
August 2005: Freddie & ShaneWe're four fifths through the greatest series of my lifetime, if not of all time, turning cricketing cynics into converts of the game.05 Sep 2005Neil Pickup
July 2005 - Magnificent McGrathGlenn McGrath clinched the July Player of the Month award with a devastating display in the first Ashes test.07 Aug 2005Sean Fuller
June 2005 - One Day in CardiffBangladesh have arrived - and whilst it has taken a supreme team effort to bring them this far, one man stands out, shining above all12 Jul 2005Neil Pickup
May 2005 - Lucky DippenaarFinding a star amongst such a swathe of mediocrity is much like selecting a designer shirt from the clearance rail at an outlet village10 Jun 2005Neil Pickup
April 2005: Bri-lliantThe English summer looms on the horizon - but April, nonetheless, was sufficiently illuminated to escape the shade of the hype.08 May 2005Neil Pickup
Mar 2005: Younis and VirenderAnother month passes, and already this year has run a quarter of its course. A month dominated by two men batting on the subcontinent.02 Apr 2005Neil Pickup
Feb 2005 - Back with a VengeanceAs January became February, the cricket world's focus turned squarely onto one-day Internationals on both sides of the Indian Ocean...01 Mar 2005Neil Pickup
Jan 2005 - Hogging The LimelightSouth Africa and England sat at the forefront of the month's cricket, and Monday afternoon at the Wanderers stood tall in the series...11 Feb 2005Neil Pickup
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