Richard Levi picked up four awards at Northamptonshire’s presentation night at Wantage Road.
The 29-year-old won Player of the Year in both the Royal London Cup and the T20 Blast, as he stakes his claim as one of the best ‘white-ball’ performers. He also picked up the Players’ Player award and the Tony Kingston Sixes trophy.
Levi, who joined the Steelbacks in 2013, has become an asset for the side across all formats. He scored 375 runs, which included 21 sixes, at a strike rate of 166.66. He also scored 305 runs in the Royal London One-Day Cup which included a century against Derbyshire.
The Cobras batter also showcased his ability in the longer format, racking up 734 Championship runs.
It was a good season for South Africans in England, with a majority of them making the top 10 of the run-scorers and wicket-takers list in division one and two for the County Championship.
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