Player of the Year: Ben Stokes (England)
Ben Stokes led the way at the ICC Awards ceremony, winning the Sir Garfield Sobers award for the 'Cricketer of the year'. Stokes, the unanimous choice, had an unforgettable 2019, anchoring a successful World Cup final chase through to the super-over and leading a breathtaking fourth-innings run-chase at Leeds among several others.
Test Cricketer of the Year: Pat Cummins (Australia)
Pat Cummins was the run-away choice for the 'Test Cricketer of the year', picking up an unprecedented 59 wickets in 23 innings.
ODI Cricketer of the Year: Rohit Sharma (India)
Rohit Sharma was the indisputable 'ODI Cricketer of the year', scoring seven ODI hundreds, including an unprecedented five in the 2019 World Cup. Rohit scored 1490 runs in 28 ODIs at an average of 57.30 in the 2019 calendar year.
Emerging Cricketer of the Year: Marnus Labuschagne (Australia)
Marnus Labuschagne won the award for the 'Emerging cricketer of the year' after he replaced Steven Smith as a concussion substitute and warranted a spot of his own in the Australian Test batting line-up, ending the calendar year at the top of the run-charts. Labuschagne played just ten Test matches and scored an astonishing 1022 runs at an average of 68.13.
Spirit of Cricket Award: Virat Kohli (India)
Virat Kohli's gesture in the league game against Australia in the 2019 World Cup won him the 'ICC Spirit of Cricket award'.
T20I Performance of the Year: Deepak Chahar(India)
Deepak Chahar's spell of 3.2-0-7-6 against Bangladesh ran away with the 'T20I performance of the year' award, as the young Indian pacer picked up a hat-trick and broke the record for the best bowling figures in the format.
Umpire of the Year: Richard Illingworth (England)
England's Richard Illingworth, meanwhile, won the David Shepherd Trophy for the umpire of the year.
Associate Player of the Year: Kyle Coetzer (Scotland)