Cameron White said it was a great feeling to win the Allan Border medal for his terrific form in the domestic circuit. White said he wants to earn his place back in the Australian team and continue on his current run.
Johnson beat heavy competition from captain, Michael Clarke, who was thought to be the pre-poll favourite to win the coveted honour for a record-breaking fifth time.
Clarke began as the leader on count, but Johnson’s 37 wickets at an average of 14 in the Ashes got the better of the Australian skipper.
Clarke, though didn’t return back from the ceremony empty-handed as he won his fourth Test player of the year award.
”It has been an amazing journey. Coming back from injury and having a lot of doubters I just knew in my own heart that if I had the opportunity again that I could make the most of it,” Johnson said in an interview to theSydney Morning Herald.
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