Leicestershire Foxes all-rounder Wiaan Mulder has been named Royal London Cup Player of the Year following England’s domestic 50-over competition.
Consistency was the key for Mulder, who had a competition to remember for the Foxes, scoring 533 runs, including five fifties, and taking 14 wickets.
The Royal London Cup Player of the Year was selected by the PCA Most Valuable Player Rankings. The formula enables players to score or lose MVP points on every ball based on their expected performance for that ball in comparison to CricViz’s extensive historical database of 50-over cricket.
The South African starred throughout his nine 50-over fixtures as he helped the Foxes into the knockout stage, finishing with 178 MVP points.