Adam Lyth and Harry Brook named in PCA Men’s Team of the Year alongside new Club Captain Shan Masood.

The 2022 IG PCA Men’s Team of the Year has been decided by the PCA Most Valuable Player Rankings to give an ultimate XI from all this season’s domestic men’s cricket.

Will Jacks captains the side after winning the PCA Men’s Domestic Overall MVP award, finishing with a total of 536 points. The Surrey all-rounder has also been nominated for the cinch PCA Men’s and Men’s Young Player of the Year awards, following a fantastic season that culminated in an England debut.

IG is an official partner of England Cricket with the IG PCA Men’s Team of the Year selected ahead of the final LV= Insurance County Championship round of the season with three players that made the 2021 Team of the Year selected again this season. The 2021 cinch PCA Men’s Young Player of the Year and 2022 nominee Harry Brook maintains his sport at number five, with Simon Harmer and Sam Cook also retaining places.

The cinch PCA Awards takes place at The Hurlingham Club on Thursday 6 October where the best performing players of domestic and international cricket will be recognised. LV= Insurance County Championship Player of the Year, Keith Barker takes one of the slots in the team, with James Vince and Wiaan Mulder also in the XI after winning the Vitality Blast Player of the Year and Royal London Cup Player of the Year respectively.

All players selected in the 2022 IG PCA Women’s Team of the Year will received a personalised winner’s medal from Mappin & Webb.

Adam Lyth (Yorkshire / Northern Superchargers)

• 512 MVP points
• The Hundred PCA MVP Men’s Player of the Year
• Over 52 more MVP batting points than anyone else with 447
• 824 runs across Vitality Blast and Hundred

Shan Masood (Derbyshire)

• 402 MVP points
• Highest average MVP batting points per game with 13 (min 25 appearances)
• Won two PCA Player of the Month awards (April and June)
• 1,074 LV= Insurance County Championship runs in 13 innings

James Vince (Hampshire / Southern Brave)

• 522 MVP points
• 1,653 runs across formats
• Won the Vitality Blast and Player of the Year as top run scorer with 678
• Most MVP fielding points for an outfielder with 84

James Bracey (Gloucestershire)

• 376 MVP points
• Highest placed outright wicketkeeper in MVP, including 93 fielding points
• 1,294 runs across formats
• Three centuries and six fifties

Harry Brook (Yorkshire / Northern Superchargers)

• 403 MVP points
• 967 runs at average of 107.4 in the LV= Insurance County Championship
• 436 runs, averaging 39.7 in Vitality Blast
• Shortlisted for cinch PCA Men’s and Men’s Young Player of the Year

Will Jacks (Surrey / Oval Invincibles)

• 536 MVP points
• 648 runs at 54.4 and 17 wickets in LV= Insurance County Championship
• 710 runs in Vitality Blast and Hundred, including highest individual score in Hundred
• Shortlisted for cinch PCA Men’s and Men’s Young Player of the Year

Wiaan Mulder (Leicestershire)

• 395 MVP points
• 533 runs and 14 wickets in Royal London Cup
• Royal London Cup Player of the Year
• 689 runs and 14 wickets in LV= Insurance County Championship

James Fuller (Hampshire / Southern Brave)

• 509 MVP points
• Highest placed genuine all-rounder in MVP (267 bowling and 186 MVP points)
• 60 wickets and 871 runs across all formats
• Won Vitality Blast as third best player according to MVP

Keith Barker (Hampshire)

• 400 MVP points
• 595 runs in LV= Insurance County Championship
• 52 wickets at 22.4 in LV= Insurance County Championship
• LV= Insurance County Championship Player of the Year

Simon Harmer (Essex)

• 518 MVP points
• Highest placed spinner with 365 bowling points, 87 ahead of second place
• 59 wickets at 20.7 in LV= Insurance County Championship
• Two 10-wicket match hauls and seven five-wicket hauls

Sam Cook (Essex / Trent Rockets)

• 471 MVP points
• Most bowling MVP points with 393
• 74 wickets across all formats
• Won Hundred with 11 wickets in 6 matches

*IG PCA Men’s Team of the Year was selected ahead of the final LV= Insurance County Championship round of the season.

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