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Bell-Drummond wins big at Kent awards
Bell-Drummond wins big at Kent awards

Daniel Bell-Drummond was the big winner at Kent’s end of season awards. 

The batsman won five of the men’s awards at the ceremony that was held at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence. 

Bell-Drummond was named the Men’s Batter of the Year, White-Ball Player of the Season, Men’s Players’ Player, and the supporters Men’s Player of the Year title receiving more than fifty percent of the vote. 

DBD’s record-breaking triple century Championship not out against Northamptonshire was named as the counties “moment of the year.” 

Jack Leaning who was skipper when the County secured their Championship place on the final day of the season was named Men’s Fielder of the Year as he claimed thirty-eight catches in his thirty-eight games across the summer. 

Joey Evison was named Men’s Young Player of the Year and Tawanda Muyeye scooped the Men’s Emerging Player of the Year 

Grant Stewart was named as Men’s Bowler of the Year after breaking the Club record of twenty-three in a T20 season. Stewart took twenty-four wickets beating Yasir Arafat’s haul of twenty-three in 2008 & Matt Milnes’ twenty-two in 2021. 

Kent Women also presented their awards with Tilly Corteen-Coleman winning both Women’s Players’ Player & Player of the Year awards.

Emily Barrett was named Women’s Emerging Player of the Year & Batter of the Year. Kalea Moore was awarded Women’s Bowler of the Year and Olivia Barnes won Women’s Fielder of the Year.