CEAT Cricket Ratings (CCR) was formed in 1995 in association with Professional Management Group. The Governing Council of the CRR consists of cricket greats Ian Chappell, Sunil Gavaskar and Clive Lloyd. The players are awarded according to their performance over a year in respective departments.

The 19th edition of the award show was organized on Monday night in Mumbai. Here is the award list of CEAT Cricket Awards 2014-15.

Kumar Sangakkara: The Sri Lankan great was awarded as the CEAT International Cricketer of the year. Sangakkara who has retired from ODI cricket was the higgest run getter in last one year in Test's and ODI's.

Ajinkya Rahane:
He had a good last year on field which helped him bag the best Indian cricketer award for 2014-15. It was truly a test of Rahane's cricketing skills on overseas tour of England, South Africa and Australia. The Mumbaikar excelled in adverse conditions and lead to a historic win over England at Lord's.

Deepak Hooda: The young lad was conferred with 'Best Young Player' award. He came in the limelight by some spectacular performance in IPL 8 for Rajasthan Royals. Hooda also had an impressive Ranji season for Baroda.

Vinay Kumar: He might have not played for national team since long but Vinay has shown a lot of character in Karnataka's Ranji victory. The Karnataka captain was adjusted as the best young Indian domestic player for his bowling efforts in the Ranji Trophy.

Rohit Sharma: The 'Hit-man' of Indian cricket, Rohit got a special award for his double century (264) against West Indies. He has so far hit two double centuries and ODI cricket. Sharma is running high after leading Mumbai Indians for second IPL triumph.

Kapil Dev:
The man who inspired young Indian cricketers to dream big and leading India to its first world cup victory was given the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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