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De Grandhomme earns domestic MVP honour
Colin de Grandhomme flamboyant career took a positive turn this summer when he confirmed his status as a leading domestic player by winning the domestic Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP rankings.... Read more ...

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De Grandhomme Most Valuable Player in Plunket Shield
Four day cricket requires a different set of skills than the shorter formats but the value of a good allrounder is never in question. Colin de Grandhomme was in sublime form during the Plunket Shield for the Aces and that ultimately earned him the honour of being awarded the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP award.... Read more ...

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Devcich tops Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP ranking
He may have missed the first four HRV Cup games while on duty with the BLACKCAPS but Anton Devcich wasted few opportunities upon his return to the Northern Knights - ending the season as the Fujitsu Heat Pumps Most Valuable Player ... Read more ...


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Kuggeleijn cream of Ford Trophy
Kuggeleijn was the MVP for the Ford Trophy following on from Knights teammate Anton Devcich became the T20 MVP earlier in the summer.

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Taylor earns international MVP honour

Ross Taylor has been a run scoring and catching machine throughout the past year and has now be rewarded for that consistency by winning the International Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP rankings this year.

Taylor has been recognised as the Blackcaps best batsman for some time, but now the 29 year old can reflect on being acknowledged as the Blackcaps Most Valuable Player for the past year.
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Recreational Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP

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East Coast Bays CC drawn as MVP Club of the Season


Year seven premier captain Adam Banks has given his East Coast Bays Club the ultimate reward, when they were drawn as the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP Club of the Season.

Heat Pump City Managing Director David Catanach made the presentation to East Coast Bays' officials on Saturday during the clubs junior prize giving. The MVP Club of the Season prize is a fully installed Fujitsu Heat Pump with an estimated value of up to $5000, which the club can install at their clubrooms or auction to members to assist their fundraising efforts.

Banks' qualifying MVP performance was achieved in the match against North Shore Cricket Club in November. Opening the batting Banks' swashbuckling innings saw him retire on 50 (off 31 deliveries), before he completed a memorable day by capturing 2 for 34 from his 8 overs.

East Coast Bays' Vivienne Rundle was shocked but excited for the club. "It still has not really registered that we have won this prize and it is all a bit overwhelming to be honest.

"Everyone at the club is so pleased for Adam and especially that he was able to be here to receive the prize on behalf of the club has been great.

"Now we have the exciting task of finding out the best way that the club can benefit from this, for which we are very thankful to Fujitsu" said Rundle.

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Note: Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP - Club of the Season
The player, who is calculated as the leading Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP from each match completed and loaded into CricHQ, will automatically earn their Club or School an entry into the draw.

Player of the Season

Andrew Balfour wins MVP Player of the Season


Recognising the Most Valuable Player is one of those things players aspire to at all levels of the game. 'Player of the Day' or 'Player of the Year' awards are commonplace at all levels of any sport and this year it has been exciting to recognise the nation's best amateur cricketers in the same way we do the professional players.

The Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP Player of the Season was drawn from over 1600 qualifying entries but it was Andrew Balfour who ultimately won the Kookaburra cricket equipment pack courtesy of Fujitsu Heat Pumps.

Balfour turns out for the Tauranga Grasshoppers Senior B team in the Western Bay of Plenty Senior B competition. Balfour's 372 runs and 10 wickets in the 40 over competition was enough for him to finish atop the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP table with 151.54 MVP points.

A short presentation was made to Balfour by NZCPA's Glen Sulzberger during the innings break of the 40 over final at Blake Park on Saturday afternoon - unfortunately which Tauranga Grasshoppers lost to Wanderers CC.

"It was a great surprise to win the MVP award and I am now looking forward to next summer and testing out the new gear" said Balfour.

"Cricket is a team game and without the help of my mates this would not have been possible, although given the amount of banter I have been getting I am not sure anyone will get to borrow any of this gear".

"The MVP is something everyone talks about and I want to thank Fujitsu Heat Pumps for this prize" acknowledged Balfour after receiving his shiny new Kookaburra kit.

View the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP table for this competition

Note: Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP - Player of the Season
The player, who is calculated as the winner of the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP rankings for each Competition and Team loaded into CricHQ, will automatically earn an entry into the draw for the 'cricket equipment prize pack'.