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Reminder to public to vote for the winner of this year’s LG People’s Choice Award

Edwards, Johnson, Kumar, Mathews and Steyn nominated for this year’s award

Reminder to public to vote for the winner of this year’s LG People’s Choice Award - Cricket News
Fans will have the opportunity to decide the winner by voting for their favourite player.
Winner to be announced in Dubai on 5 November
 
Fans get chance to vote for their choice via www.lgiccawards.com and via Twitter using #lgiccawards
 
The public is reminded to go online to cast its vote for who it thinks should win this year’s LG People’s Choice Award. Voting for the award closes midnight (UAE time) on Thursday, 30 October.
 
This year’s fifth LG People’s Choice Award sees five players from five different countries nominated to win the only award voted for by the public at the annual LG ICC Awards.
 
The quintet of players nominated for the award are England women’s captain Charlotte Edwards, Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson, India fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews and South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn.
 
Fans will have the opportunity to decide the winner by voting for their favourite player either via www.lgiccawards.com or via Twitter using the hashtag #lgiccawards.
 
The voting is currently open and will close at midnight (UAE time) on Thursday, 30 October. The winner, as well as the ICC Test and ODI Teams of the Year and the short-list for the remaining LG ICC Awards 2014 will be announced on Wednesday 5 November 2014 at a press conference at the ICC Headquarters in Dubai. ICC Chief Executive David Richardson and ICC Cricket Committee Chairman Anil Kumble will attend the press conference, which will start at 1030.


The short-list was nominated by an elite panel of cricket experts, which is headed by ICC Cricket Committee Chairman and former India captain Anil Kumble. Other members of the panel are Jonathan Agnew, a former England international and now a respected broadcaster/journalist, ex-Sri Lanka opener Russel Arnold, former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming, and Betty Timmer, former Chair of the ICC Women’s Committee.
 
The five players were selected by the panel using the criteria set out by LG and the ICC, which required that the nominees have displayed attributes regarded by LG as being in line with its corporate qualities, such as innovation, dynamism, strength in decision-making, performing well under pressure and executing a plan to distinction.