Flintoff picks up PCA award

Andrew Flintoff has picked up the Professional Cricketers’ Association Player of the Year award for the second year in succession.

Flintoff’s award follows his amazing contributions to England’s success in the Ashes where he picked up 24 wickets at an average of 27 and scored 402 runs at an average of 40.

The other awards went to Alastair Cook from Essex who was named the Cricket Writers’ Club Young Player of the Year while Ian Botham was named the greatest England cricketer of the last 25 years.

A special award was given to umpiring great David Shepherd for his services to cricket.

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