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21st September 2015
Winning Gloucestershire captain Michael Klinger has been named the Royal London One-Day Cup MVP despite falling for a third-ball duck in the final at Lord’s on Saturday.
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14th September 2015
Ben Stokes, England’s only ever-present player through a resurgent summer, has won the title of England Most Valuable Player.
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10th September 2015
Michael Klinger's sensational limited-overs form for Gloucestershire this season has seen him top both the NatWest T20 Blast and Royal London One-Day Cup MVP Rankings.
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24th August 2015
Stuart Broad has won the England Test MVP by a clear 37 points from Joe Root, who pipped him for his country's player of the Investec Ashes Series.
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20th August 2015
The Royal London One-Day Cup has reached the quarter-final stage a week after the NatWest T20 Blast decided its Finals Day line-up, with the captains leading from the front in the MVP Rankings.
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12th August 2015
It is quarter-final week in the Natwest T20 Blast and seven of the top-10 players in this year’s Twenty20 MVP are in action.
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9th August 2015
England had many players make valuable contributions across the first four Investec Ashes Tests but Stuart Broad, Joe Root and Ben Stokes were the most consistent performers and they sit one, two and three in the England Test MVP Rankings.
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3rd August 2015
Joe Root stretched his lead over Ben Stokes at the top of the overall England MVP Rankings to 19 points following another impressive display with the bat in the third Investec Ashes Test.
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23rd July 2015
Jonny Bairstow marked his call-up for the third Investec Ashes Test at Edgbaston by powering his way to the top of the LV= County Championship MVP batting rankings.
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21st July 2015
Rather than dwell on England’s defeat at Lord’s, we thought it beneficial to remind England’s key players of their previous Ashes’ successes. For Joe Root, who leads the England MVP, we only need look back a week to Cardiff but as that’s too easy how about his performance at Lord’s in 2013?