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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

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    We're going to leave it there - thank you to everyone who voted and who has followed this live reveal.

    The cricket action doesn't end here, though.

    At 12:30 BST our live text coverage of the third Twenty20 between England and West Indies women will start. A reminder you can WATCH that game live on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app. Coverage starts at 12:45 BST.

    We're also into day four of the Bob Willis Trophy final between Somerset and Essex. Again you can WATCH that live on BBC iPlayer and on the BBC Sport website & app.

    We've also got coverage of the second T20 between Australia and New Zealand women and the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy final tomorrow.

    Make sure you check it out. Bye for now.

  2. Who won which category?

    Batting technique: Meg Lanning 36%, Sarah Taylor 34%, Charlotte Edwards 30%.

    Batting power: Deandra Dottin 42%, Sophie Devine 32%, Lizelle Lee 26%.

    Wicketkeeper: Sarah Taylor 78%, Alyssa Healy 17%, Taniya Bhatia 5%.

    Pace bowler: Ellyse Perry 46%, Anya Shrubsole 28%, Katherine Brunt 26%.

    Spinner: Sophie Ecclestone 57%, Poonam Yadav 36%, Stafanie Taylor 7%.

    All-rounder: Ellyse Perry 69%, Nat Sciver 25%, Stafanie Taylor 6%.

    Captain: Charlotte Edwards 53%, Meg Lanning 39%, Mithali Raj 8%.

    Fielder: Danni Wyatt 49%, Lydia Greenway 34%, Deandra Dottin 17%.

    Watch all the winners demonstrating their craft below...

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    And if you need a reminder of why Charlotte Edwards and Danni Wyatt have won those two categories, have a watch below...

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    Isabelle Westbury

    Ex-Middlesex captain

    Danni Wyatt is so fit, she is worth her place in the team for her fielding.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner & World Cup winner

    That’s a nice surprise actually. A good old English girl in there. She’s very, very good at backward point – and very safe hands.

  6. And the winner of best fielder is...

    ... England's Danni Wyatt.

    The livewire picked up 49% of the vote with Lydia Greenway getting 34% and Deandra Dottin the remaining 17%.

    Wyatt will be one of the players in action during England's third T20 against West Indies today. A reminder you can watch that on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app from 12:45 BST.

    England's Danni Wyatt fields
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    It's time for our final category - best fielder.

    England's Danni Wyatt and Lydia Greenway were joined by West Indies' Deandra Dottin as the three nominees.

    Can Dottin win her second category?

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner & World Cup winner

    One of the pioneers for women’s cricket. She captained England to that 2009 World Cup and Twenty20 triumph in the same year. Very well deserved.

  9. And the winner of best captain is...

    ... England's Charlotte Edwards.

    Edwards led England on 220 occasions, winning three Ashes series (2008, 2013 and 2014) and the World Cup and World T20 double in 2009.

    Edwards picked up 53% of your votes with Meg Lanning getting 39% and Mithali Raj just 8%.

    England and Charlotte Edwards celebrate winning the 2009 World Twenty20 title
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    Let's move onto captains...

    This category saw Charlotte Edwards, Meg Lanning and Mithali Raj nominated.

    It'll be interesting to see if people have voted based on what the teams the three were in charge of achieved or more generally. A good captain will always lead from the front with their own game.

    Charlotte Edwards, Meg Lanning and Mithali Raj
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    We're three quarters of the way through now with just the captains and fielders to be revealed.

    In case you need a reminder of why Sophie Ecclestone and Ellyse Perry have won the spinner and all-rounder categories respectively, have a watch below.

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    Isabelle Westbury

    Ex-Middlesex captain

    She has evolved from being someone who would nail her cover drive to someone who can play all round the wicket. She has adapted.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner & World Cup winner

    No surprise. She’s the best all-rounder in the world. She’s such an athlete – and very well deserved.

  14. And the winner of best all-rounder is...

    ... Australia's Ellyse Perry.

    Of course she can win her second category! She's just a genius. She was the first player to score 1,000 runs and take 100 wickets in T20Is, she holds the record for the highest score by an Australian woman in Test matches (213 not out), and she became just the third player to claim 150 wickets in women's ODIs.

    It was pretty one-sided with Perry picking up 69% of your votes with Nat Sciver and Stafanie Taylor getting 25% and 6% respectively.

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    Time for the all-rounders.

    Can Ellyse Perry win her second category? Her competition was England's Nat Sciver and West Indies' Stafanie Taylor.

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    Alison Mitchell

    BBC cricket commentator

    The exciting thing about Ecclestone is her age, she's 21, and the fact she hasn't been around very long, what kind of cricketer could she develop into?

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner & World Cup winner

    A good little left-arm spinner in there – I like to see that. She’s technically the best T20 spin bowler in the world. Her height, and the bounce she gets on the ball, is like no other.

  18. And the winner of the best spinner is...

    ... England's Sophie Ecclestone.

    At times I think we forget that the left-armer is only 21, but she made her England debut in 2016!

    She picked up 57% of the votes with Poonam Yadav getting 36% and Stafanie Taylor 7%.

    Sophie Ecclestone stats graphic
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    So we've had the pace, now let's turn our attention to the spinners.

    The nominees were India's Poonam Yadav, England's Sophie Ecclestone and West Indies skipper Stafanie Taylor.

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    So, we're half way through now.

    Here's a reminder of what Sarah Taylor and Ellyse Perry can do and why they won the best wicketkeeper and best pace bowler categories respectively.

    Surely there aren't too many complaints about those two winners? Let us know on #bbccricket or by texting 81111 if you are unhappy, though.

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