The NCCA Most Valuable Player was new for 2020 and introduced to ensure clear and accurate monitoring of performance with rewards going to the best all round players in each format, across the season.
The MVP takes into account a number of different factors, combining a players overall performance, not just wickets, runs or catches. There are many skills that are needed to become the leading performer, and this structure ensures the top all round player is rewarded.
There will be ongoing updates with prizes for leading players during each competition this season.
In 2021 Berkshire’s Andy Rishton won the One Day Trophy MVP with a match winning performance in the final, beating his opponent on the day and season long leader Michael Slack from Cumbria, by one point.
Graham Wagg showed his class and consistency with bat and ball to run away with the Championship MVP Award, beating his nearest challenger by 13 points.