SUSSEX CCC have announced the winners from the Men's End of Season Awards.

The club has received nearly 1,500 votes since September 27 across five different categories.

Tom Haines was voted as the Championship player of the year after he scored 1,176 runs in the County Championship. Among this run-scoring, Haines also managed six half-centuries and three centuries during the course of the season.

Other nominees for the award included Ben Brown and Jack Carson.

George Garton won one award after a fine season with the ball. The bowler won the limited-overs player of the year after taking eleven wickets in seven matches as well as scoring an impressive 41 runs off 23 balls in the Vitality Blast semi-final.

Garton also starred for the Southern Brave in the new Hundred format as well as earning an IPL 2021 call up to the Royal Challengers Bangalore.

The other nominees included Archie Lenham, Tymal Mills and Luke Wright.

The young player of the year award went to Dan Ibrahim, he had a breakthrough season in which he scored three half-centuries and top-scored with 94.

Ibrahim beat Jack Carson, Tom Haines, Archie Lenham and Ali Orr to the award, but he also won the champagne moment of the year award for his debut 55 runs against Yorkshire at Headingly.

The half-century that he scored made him the youngest player to score a fifty in Championship history at only 16-years and 299 days old.

The performance of the year award went to Ollie Robinson for his dominating efforts against Glamorgan at Sophia Gardens, when he took 13 wickets for 128 runs, including nine in one innings.

Robinson's performance topped Ben Brown's 157 against Derbyshire and Tom Haines' 156 against Middlesex, which were both in the Championship at the 1st Central County Ground.

However, despite some good performances during the season from the players, Sussex still finished last in Division Three of the County Championship.