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Cliff Cox Medal
2008 Amarbir (Jimmy) Hansra , Abbotsford
Cliff Cox Medal - BCMCL Premier Division Best and Fairest Player
The Cliff Cox Medal will be awarded annually to the ?Best and Fairest? player in the BCMCL Premier Division as voted by the Umpires throughout the regular season. It will be the most prestigious award and the highest individual honour that can be bestowed on a Premier Division player and will be named after Cliff Cox, in recognition of his contribution to the game in Vancouver.
At the conclusion of each Premier Division game, the Umpires officiating at each match will agree, and jointly award 6 votes per game. The best player during the game as adjudged by the Umpires will receive 3 votes, the second best 2 votes and the third best 1 vote. Players from both sides should be considered.
The award is similar to the ?3 Stars? in Hockey but also takes into account playing the game in the spirit of cricket i.e. behaviour towards umpires, team mates and the opposition etc. The votes should recognise, and reward, the players whose conduct and ability contributed:
i) To the game in the best spirit of cricket, and
ii) The best chance of winning the game for his team.
Any player who has been suspended by the Protest and Discipline Committee during the season will be ruled ineligible to win the award, although they will still be eligible to receive votes in matches they play after they have served their suspension.
The votes will be recorded by the Umpires on the stats sheet. The results will be entered into CricketStar and will remain confidential until the end of the season.
In the event where two or more players have an equal number of total votes at the completion of the last match, each player will receive a medal and be deemed the winner.
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