Have you seen a moment that typifies the Spirit of Cricket in 2022? Why not nominate it for the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Award?
Each year, the award is given to a player, or group of players, that have epitomised the principles of playing hard but fair, and in the spirit of the game.
The award was created in 2013 by MCC and the BBC in memory of the former MCC President and Test Match Special Commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who was passionate about promoting the spirit of the game. Past winners include former New Zealand men’s captain Brendon McCullum, England women’s bowler Anya Shrubsole, Dan Bowser and Chris Edwards of the England Learning Disability team, and Cricket West Indies.
This year, for the first time, we are opening the award up to nominations from around the world. It could be for the reaction shown by a player in a moment of high tension, or the way they interact with their opponent at the end of play. It could be a moment from the international arena, or at the lowest level of recreational level.
All nominations are welcome from any level of the game. The only stipulation is that it must have taken place in 2022.
If you would like to nominate, let us know the name of the player or group of players who you wish to propose, write a short description of what they did to earn that nomination and, if you have one, attach a video of the occurrence or a link to where the video is hosted online (Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)
Submit your nomination
Nominations have now CLOSED. Thank you for your interest.