LV= INSURANCE PRIDE OF CRICKET AWARDS: NOMINATE

Entries for the LV= Insurance Pride of Cricket Awards 2022 are now open.

Nominations can be made in six categories - LV= Pride of Cricket Award, LV= Club Hero, LV= Community Hero, LV= Young Hero, LV= Fundraising Hero, and LV= Media Hero.

For more information on each category and to nominate, click the buttons below.

The same individual or individuals can be nominated in more than one category, but entries in multiple categories will require multiple nomination forms to be completed.

Entries are open until midday on September 1.

The winners, which will be chosen by a combination of a voting panel and a public vote, will have special video tributes made to recognise their efforts, and will win a pair of tickets to the 2023 men's Ashes.

LV= PRIDE OF CRICKET AWARD

A stand-out award, recognising the lifetime contribution of an individual to the game of cricket, away from the limelight.

LV= CLUB HERO

Open to individuals or group of individuals who have been instrumental in the day-to-day running of their clubs, or for significant one-off contributions.

This might be dedication to refurbishing a pavilion, single-handedly organising Covid-safe children's coaching sessions, 50 years without missing a game as scorer, or myriad other reasons.

LV= YOUNG HERO

Open to a child or group of children who have given back tremendously to the cricket community over the course of the past 12 months.

Nominees must have been under 18 on April 1, 2022.

They may have fundraised to keep clubs running, or helped set up youth or girls’ sections at their club.

LV= FUNDRAISING HERO

Open to individuals or groups of individuals who generated money for charity or fundraised for clubs over the past 12 months.

Their efforts might have stood out because of the nature of their fundraising activity, the amount of money they raised, or the tangible impact their efforts have had.

LV= COMMUNITY HERO

Open to individuals or groups of individuals who have taken cricket out into the wider world, and generated new interest.

This might be small charities which have provided kit to inner cities, or encouraged participation among disabled communities, or many other ways.

LV= MEDIA HERO

Open to individuals whose work in media – traditional, mainstream, digital, social, professional or amateur – has given cricket and their cricket community increased prominence.

This might be through ingenuity in multimedia, through campaigns, or by other means.

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