Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 20th 2015 Contents bundled out South Africa for 206 in the first Test
and set Australia on the path to a Test and series
win. It was his second ESPNcricinfo Award in the
category in consecutive years.
Rohit s innings in Kolkata came in his return
match from injury. He began cautiously, was for-
tunate to be dropped in the outfield early in his
innings, and went on to score his second ODI
double-hundred, smashing 33 fours and nine sixes.
Incidentally, his first double-hundred in the format
won the ODI Batting award for 2013. Malinga too
is a former ESPNcricinfo Award winner. Other
previous winners include Dale Steyn, Virender
Sehwag, Shahid Afridi and Kumar Sangakkara.
In the T20 category, England s Alex Hales took
the award for the best batting performance with
his unbeaten 116 against Sri Lanka in the World
T20 in Bangladesh. In the same tournament, Ran-
gana Herath s 5 for 3 against New Zealand was
the jury s choice for the best bowling perform-
Sri Lankan players have figured prominently
across award categories in 2014, including the
Statsguru Awards, which recognises consistency
in performances. Sri Lanka captain Angelo Math-
ews swept three awards --- Batsman of the Year,
Best Test Batsman and Most Consistent Test Bats-
man. It was reward for aggregating more than
1200 runs each in Tests and ODIs. Herath was
named the Best Test Bowler.
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Brendon McCullum s match-saving
302 against India in Wellington has been
voted the top Test batting performance
of 2014 at the eighth annual ESPNcricin-
fo Awards, announced on Thursday. The
Test bowling award went to Australia s
Mitchell Johnson, for his 7 for 68 against
South Africa in Centurion.
Rohit Sharma, who broke a world
record with his monumental 264 against
Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens, took the award
for the best ODI batting performance.
The top ODI bowling performance was
Lasith Malinga s 5 for 56, which helped
Sri Lanka beat Pakistan in the Asia Cup
final in Mirpur.
The ESPNcricinfo Awards honour the
best batting and bowling performances
across the international formats of the
game for the calendar year. They were
decided by a jury of former players -
among them, Ricky Ponting, Ian Chappell,
Martin Crowe, Michael Holding, Graeme
Smith, Daryll Cullinan and Mark Butcher
--- and ESPNcricinfo s senior writers and
McCullum became the first New
Zealander to score a triple-century in
Tests, which came when New Zealand
looked in danger of surrendering their 1-
0 lead in the two-Test series. McCullum,
in partnership with BJ Watling (124) and
Jimmy Neesham (137) ensured the series
stayed with the hosts, following a high-
Johnson s spell against South Africa
came straight after the Ashes in Australia,
the series in which he rediscovered himself
as a fast bowler. His savagery in Centurion
McCullum, Johnson take ESPN awards
Test Batting: Brendon McCullum
Test Bowling: Mitchell Johnson
ODI batting: Rohit Sharma
ODI bowling: Lasith Malinga
T20 batting: Alex Hales
T20 bowling: Rangana Herath
struck 302 against
India in Wellington.
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