Harry Brook and Tammy Beaumont have been named the cinch Professional Cricketers' Association players of the year.

Yorkshire and England batter Brook, born in Keighley and raised in Burley-in-Wharfedale, was the PCA Men's Young Player of the Year in 2021 and 2022, but has now won the senior award after scoring 2,149 runs over the last year across all formats.

Brook, 24, said: "I wasn't expecting to win this award if I'm honest, the last 12 months have been a dream come true and this is a huge honour.

"Looking at the high-profile names on this trophy and to be alongside them is incredible.

"To have done what I have in the last 12 months in international cricket is a dream and hopefully it continues.

"I now can't wait to be part of the World Cup, it's going to be great fun."

England opening batter Beaumont was named PCA Women's Player of the Year in 2016 and enjoyed another free-scoring summer.

Beaumont said: "I'm very grateful that my peers have voted for me and I think that's what makes the PCA Awards so special because it's voted for by your team-mates and opposition.

"Going forward I just want to be the best that I can and contribute to every team that I play in in a positive way."