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English Domestic Cricketer of the year 1997

England Domestic .

Domestic Cricketers of the Year:
Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe.

Domestic Cricketer of the Year:
West Indies.

Domestic Cricketer of the Year awards with the poll for England Domestic Cricketer of the Year 1997.

The winner:

First: Waqar Younis (Glamorgan)

Second: Steve James (Glamorgan)

Third: Stuart Law (Essex)

This award is to recognise the outstanding player across the County Championship, Sunday League, Benson and Hedges Cup and NatWest Trophy competitions in the 1997 season just ended. Performances in Tests and one-day internationals are not to be considered in this poll. Overseas imported players are eligible to compete for this award. The poll was conducted between 26 September and 9 October 1997. Thanks to all who participated and shared in the spirit of the poll.

The full polling (only valid votes for players who appeared in domestic competition in England in 1997 are included):

42 votes: Waqar Younis
32 votes: Steve James
20 votes: Stuart Law
11 votes: Graeme Hick
10 votes: Allan Donald
9 votes: Mark Ramprakash
7 votes: Mike Smith
5 votes: Alastair Brown, Adam Hollioake, Darren Lehmann
4 votes: Paul Strang, Nasser Hussain, Nathan Astle, Dougie Brown, Graeme Thorpe
3 votes: Mark Ealham, Darren Gough
2 votes: Matthew Maynard, Alec Stewart, Chris Adams, Jack Russell, Saqlain Mushtaq
1 vote: Robert Croft, Peter Martin, Dean Headley, Ben Hollioake, Angus Fraser, Ian Austin, Hugh Morris, Andy Caddick, Phil Tufnell, Ashley Giles, Matthew Hayden, Paul Nixon, Mark Alleyne, Phil De Freitas, James Ormond, Wasim Akram, Ashley Cowan, Jonathan Lewis, Graham Rose.

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