Pat Cummins has taken home the Allan Border Medal at the Australian Cricket Awards to cap off his outstanding season.
Cummins is the first player other than Steve Smith or David Warner to win the award since 2014.
With players, umpires and media awarding votes for the Medal, the 25-year-old fast bowler led all comers for the award with 156 votes, ahead of off-spinner Nathan Lyon (150 votes).
Aaron Finch (146 votes) rounded out the top five, along with Marcus Stoinis and Usman Khawaja with 102 votes each.
Cummins claimed 44 wickets at an average of 25.61 during the period of January 9, 2018 to January 7, 2019.
Despite claiming the ultimate prize, individual awards for Test, ODI and T20I Player of the Year were all awarded to different players.
Leading wicket-taker Nathan Lyon was awarded Test Player of the Year, after taking 49 wickets at an average of 34.80.
Marcus Stoinis collected ODI Player of the Year, scoring 376 runs from 13 innings while also taking the most One Day International wickets for Australia during the voting period.
Glenn Maxwell (33 votes) has won his second T20I Player of the Year award, ahead of D’Arcy Short (30 votes) and Andrew Tye (29 votes).
Maxwell scored 506 runs at an average of 36.14 during the voting period.
Meanwhile, Matthew Wade has been honoured for his outstanding form in the Shield, JLT One Day Series and Big Bash, as he won the Mens Domestic Player of the Year award.
See every winner from cricket’s night of nights:
Mens ODI Player of the Year: Marcus Stoinis
Womens ODI Player of the Year: Alyssa Healy
Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year: Georgia Wareham
Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year: Will Pucovski
Mens Test Player of the Year: Nathan Lyon
Community Champion: Moises Henriques
Womens Domestic Player of the Year: Heather Graham
Mens Domestic Player of the Year: Matthew Wade
Womens T20I Player of the Year: Alyssa Healy
Mens T20I Player of the Year: Glenn Maxwell
Belinda Clark Medal: Alyssa Healy
Allan Border Medal: Pat Cummins