As the Australian summer of cricket rolls on, it’s time to honour the game’s top players.
The 2024 edition of the Australian Cricket Awards will take place in Melbourne this week, with the nation’s best to be in attendance.
The Sporting News has the key details.
When are the Australian Cricket Awards? Date and start time
The 2024 Australian Cricket Awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday, January 31.
It will start at 7:00 pm AEDT and wrap up at approximately 8:30 pm AEDT.
How to watch the Australian Cricket Awards: TV channel, streaming
The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on the Seven Network (via 7mate) and Foxtel.
It will also be streamed on Kayo Sports and Foxtel Go.
Where are the Australian Cricket Awards being held?
The awards night will take place at Crown Casino in Melbourne, Victoria.
Who is the reigning Allan Border Medal winner?
Steve Smith was named the Allan Border Medalist in 2023.
He became just the third Australian cricketer to receive the honour four times.
That year, he scored three Test centuries at 71.92, while also scoring over 500 runs at 67.37 in the ODI arena.
Who is the reigning Belinda Clark Award winner?
Beth Mooney received the Belinda Clark Award at least year’s ceremony.
It marked the second time she had won the gong.
She was Australia’s leading run scorer during the voting period and helped guide Australia to triumphs in the Ashes, World Cup and Commonwealth Games.
Australian Cricket Awards 2024: Full list of honours
The awards set to be on offer at this year’s ceremony are:
- Allan Border Medalist
- Belinda Clark Award
- Test Player of the Year
- Men’s ODI Player of the Year
- Women’s ODI Player of the Year
- Men’s T20I Player of the Year
- Women’s T20I Player of the Year
- Men’s Domestic Cricketer of the Year
- Women’s Domestic Cricketer of the Year
- Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year
- Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year
- Community Impact Award
- Australian Cricket Hall of Fame Induction