Home > Current Affairs > International > Ashleigh Gardner and Chris Woakes named ICC Players of the Month for July 2023

Ashleigh Gardner and Chris Woakes named ICC Players of the Month for July 2023

Utkarsh Classes Last Updated 30-12-2023
Ashleigh Gardner and Chris Woakes named ICC Players of the Month for July 2023 Award and Honour 4 min read

Australian all rounder Ashleigh Gardner and the English seamer Chris Woakes  have been named as the ICC player of the month for July 2023 in the female and male category respectively.  The award was announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on 15 August 2023 .

ICC Women’s Player of the Month July 2023:

Australian all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner becomes the first player to win back-to-back awards. She was also chosen as the ICC women player of the month June 2023. She won her fourth ICC Women’s Player of the Month prize following her brilliant performances against England and Ireland in July.

ICC Men’s Player of the Month July 2023:

England seamer Chris Woakes won the  ICC Men’s Player of the Month award for his contributions with the ball. His bowling performance helped the England side draw the Ashes series with Australia 2-2.

ICC players of the month Award:

The monthly award was started by ICC in January 2021. Every month a male and female cricketer is chosen by votes casted by the fans registered with the ICC website, and a specialist panel comprising ICC Hall of Fame players , former international players, and media representatives.

International Cricket Council (ICC):

It is an international body which governs the men’s and women’s international cricket.

It was founded as the Imperial Cricket Conference in 1909 and was later converted into the International Cricket Conference in 1965.

In 1987 it was renamed as the International Cricket Council.

Members: 108 members.

There are two categories of members in ICC:

Full members: There are 12 full member countries which are qualified to play test matches. They are India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ireland and Afghanistan.

Ireland and Afghanistan were granted full membership in 2017.

Associate members: There are 94 Associate members. They are not authorised to play test cricket but they do participate in other tournaments of ICC or at the regional level recognised by ICC.

Headquarters: Dubai, United Arab Emirate

Chairman of ICC: Greg Barclay of New Zealand 

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ICC: Geoff Allardice of Australia.

Important full form for exam

ICC: International Cricket Council

Leave a Review

Utkarsh Classes

Download India's Best Educational App

With the trust and confidence that our students have placed in us, the Utkarsh Mobile App has become India’s Best Educational App on the Google Play Store. We are striving to maintain the legacy by updating unique features in the app for the facility of our aspirants.