Ben Duckett's sterling season in all formats has been recognised with a place in the Greene King Team of the Year.
The Notts left-hander scored 394 runs during the Bob Willis Trophy campaign, scoring two centuries.
Duckett has added 274 further runs in the Vitality Blast campaign to date, including three half-centuries.
The 25-year-old's contributions have yielded him three man-of-the-match awards as determined by the PCA's MVP calculations, and 142 MVP points overall.
The Greene King Team of the Year is selected based on points accumulated according to the PCA's MVP rankings across red and white-ball cricket. Batting, bowling and fielding points were taken into consideration as well as MVP points-per-game and MVP of the Match awards to create the ultimate domestic team of 2020.
The MVP formula was designed by the PCA in conjunction with the players to identify the key influencers and top performers in any given game.
On top of points for runs and wickets, bonus points are awarded, for example, for scoring runs quickly, claiming top-order wickets and taking catches in the field, amongst other important disciplines.
Full Greene King Team of the Year:
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