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    Allan Border Medal Predictions?

    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    ODI Player of the Year: Michael Hussey

    State player of the Year: Chris Rogers/Ben Hilfenhaus

    Bradman young cricketer of the Year: (Players have to be under 25 and had to play at least 10 FC matches at the time of counting) Moises Henriques (Unless Hilfenhaus doesn't count)

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: Shane Warne (not sure about the second)
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    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    ODI Player of the Year: Michael Hussey

    State player of the Year: Ben Hilfenhaus

    Bradman young cricketer of the Year: (Players have to be under 25 and had to play at least 10 FC matches at the time of counting) Cameron White(if he hasnt played the right amount of matches Moises Honriques

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: No idea to be honest, maybe Shane Warne

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    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    ODI Player of the Year: Nathan Bracken

    State player of the Year: Michael Klinger(A little wishful thinking)

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: Richie Benaud and Charles Macartney (Already known tbh )
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    Allan Border Medal: Mike Hussey

    Test player of the Year: Stuart Clark

    ODI Player of the Year: Michael Hussey

    State player of the Year: Chris Rogers

    Bradman young cricketer of the Year: Hilfenhaus

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: This cat is out of the bag
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    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test Player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    One-Day Player of the Year: Michael Hussey

    State player of the Year: Chris Rogers

    Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year: Ben Hilfenhaus

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: Shane Warne and Richie Benaud

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    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    ODI Player of the Year: Nathan Bracken

    State player of the Year: Ben Hilfenhaus

    Bradman young cricketer of the Year: Ben Hilfenhaus

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: Who Saggers said
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    Ponting's ability to ton up in the first innings of a series should not be understated. So much pressure, so important. What a great!

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    Dire how only 4 or 5 blokes (usually the same guys who play both forms) can win it every year. For example, back in 2004 or 2005 Shane Warne took a record number of Test wickets for a calendar year, but still couldn't win, because he didn't play ODI's. In my view, it should just be a judgement thing from cricket experts. Not so much points-per-game based. And, good god, the show should be pared back to one hour.
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    Allan Border Medal: Ricky Ponting

    Test player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    ODI Player of the Year: Ricky Ponting

    State player of the Year: Ben Hilfenhaus

    Bradman young cricketer of the Year: Cameron White

    Two Inductess into the Hall of Fame: Zachary Gelman & Penny Gelman
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    Will Marto show his face?

    Has to be in line for most un-classy resignation.

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    I remember reading or hearing somewhere that he wouldn't show up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardj View Post
    Dire how only 4 or 5 blokes (usually the same guys who play both forms) can win it every year. For example, back in 2004 or 2005 Shane Warne took a record number of Test wickets for a calendar year, but still couldn't win, because he didn't play ODI's. In my view, it should just be a judgement thing from cricket experts. Not so much points-per-game based. And, good god, the show should be pared back to one hour.
    I agree, especially the year Pup won it, that was just a joke.

    I wonder which award the players rate the highest?

    Border or McGilvray

    Ponting won the McGilvray this year

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    My only prediction is that it'll be a terrible night of TV.

    Also, the whole concept of the voting is flawed when you use a 3-2-1 voting system and votes can only go to one team. That's why AFL sides never use that system for their Best and Fairests, it's too rigid. You can get the same votes for being the 5th best player in the match in one game as you'd get for being the best player in a game that Aus won.

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    On the money for mine.

    DM was robbed that year, and the awards went down hugely im my esteem, don't know about ODI playing to sell out crowds, not at the MCG anyway

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