Kagiso Rabada scooped up the Test Player of the Year award at the CSA Awards 2022, with Janneman Malan and Aiden Markram scooping up the top ODI and T20I awards respectively.
Keshav Maharaj claimed the overall Men’s Player of the Year award in a year where none of last year’s winners came back to claim the top prize.
Marco Jansen won the Newcomer award, while David Miller was named the fans’ Player of the Year.
Ayabonga Khaka won the women’s Player of the Year, with Laura Wolvaardt winning the ODI prize.
Lizelle Lee, who retired from international cricket earlier this year, was given the T20 Women’s player of the Year.
Khaka and Maharaj won the players’ nominations for Player of the Year as well.
Rabada took 43 wickets in his last eight Tests at 19.34 as South Africa, including seven in a game against India and eight in a match against New Zealand, as South Africa wrapped up series wins against West Indies, India and New Zealand.
Maharaj claimed 71 wickets across formats, including a Test hat-trick against the West Indies, and two seven-wicket hauls.
Malan averaged a shade under 50 in 17 ODIs since April, including two hundreds and four half-centuries, while Markram had a stellar T20I World Cup and scored 391 runs across the season, rising to No. 3 in the T20I batting rankings.
Khaka was the joint-fourth joint-highest wicket-taker at the Women’s World Cup earlier this year.