Jack White collected the top honours at the club’s 2023 End of Season Awards Dinner.

White took home Media Player of the Year, Championship Player of the Year and the prestigious Players’ Player of the Year to round off an excellent season for the seamer.

Lewis Pagano was the recipient of the Northamptonshire Pan-Disability Player of The Year, with the award showcasing the growing availability of cricket to everyone within the county.

Prithvi Shaw’s remarkable stint at Northamptonshire earned him two awards, with the Indian batsman picking up One Day Cup Player of the Year and the Tony Kingston Sixes Award, for most maximums during the season for Northamptonshire.

Following his team leading total of 19 wickets and late order batting cameos in the T20 Vitality Blast, AJ Tye was awarded with the T20 Player of the Year award.

Northamptonshire’s Women enjoyed a standout season, winning their T20 competition and Player of the Year went to Josie Groves, while young quick Raphael Weatherall’s impact on the 2XI and England U19 call up earned him Academy Player of the Year, which was presented by Simon Pickering from dbfb, Principle Partner of the Northamptonshire Pathway.

Justin Broad capped off his maiden season in professional cricket by collecting the Young Player of the year title, with Head of Commercial Daniel Vernon recognised as Clubperson of the Year.