A crowd of more than one hundred people were on-hand for the event at Optus Stadium’s Black Swan Room, helping to recognise Premier Cricket’s most outstanding female performers of the 2017-18 season.

Carmichael only played four one-day matches during the home-and-away season due to her state commitments with the Western Fury and Perth Scorchers, but averaged an impressive 60 with the bat and claimed six wickets.

The right-handed batter dominated the T20 season, scoring 322 runs in five matches at an average of 80.5 to be the leading T20 run scorer.

Sitting second overall with 562 runs in both formats, Carmichael’s season-high score of 135 came in the Round 7 win over University.

With a total of 10 wickets to her name this summer, Carmichael proved she could get the job done with both bat and ball and played a vital role in Melville’s 50 Over Grand Final victory.

*The Karen Read Medal voting system sees each standing umpire award a 3-2-1 vote to the players they adjudicated as best on ground in each match during the home-and-away season.

Winners

Karen Read Medal – Mathilda Carmichael (Melville)

Female A Grade T20 Champion Player – Mathilda Carmichael

Female A Grade T20 Batting Aggregate - Mathilda Carmichael

Female A Grade T20 Bowling Aggregate - Renee Chappell (Melville)

Female A Grade 50 Over Champion Player – Melissa Cameron (South Perth)

Female A Grade 50 Over Batting Aggregate - Melissa Cameron

Female A Grade 50 Over Bowling Aggregate - Renee Chappell

WAFCC of the Year - Melissa Cameron (SP), Chloe Piparo (MG), Megan Banting (SF), Mathilda Carmiachel (ME), Annelies Gevers (MG), Rhiannon Vinkovich (MG), Meg Thompson (ME), Renee Chappell (ME), Siobhan Spargo (MG), Sue Gray (MG), Cassie Stephens (UN) , Angela McSwain (MG)

WAFCC Coach of the Year - Jenny Wallace

Female B Grade T20 Champion Player - Emily Bowden (University)

Female B Grade T20 Batting Aggregate - Emily Bowden

Female B Grade T20 Bowling Aggregate - Emma West (South Perth)

Female B Grade 40 Over Champion Player - Rhiannon Vinovich (Midland Guildford)

Female B Grade 40 Over Batting Aggregate - Annelies Gevers (Midland Guildford)

Female B Grade 40 Over Bowling Aggregate - Rhiannon Vinovich

Female Competitions Umpire of the Year – Andrew Micenko

Female Champion Club – Midland Guildford

Female Spirit of Cricket Award - Rockingham Mandurah

Female A Grade 50 Over Premiership - Melville

Female A Grade T20 Premiership - Melville

Female B Grade 40 Over Premiership - Melville

Female B Grade T20 Premiership - Subiaco Floreat