Stoinis was crowned One Day International Cricketer of the year, while Graham took out the Women’s domestic player of the year.
After a brilliant 2017-18 Rebel WBBL season and a string of great performances for the Western Fury, 22-year-old Graham trumped a host of international stars to take out the honour.
Voted by state contracted players from around the country, Graham polled 29 per-cent of the vote, ahead of Aussie all-rounder Ellyse Perry (22 per cent) and Scorchers teammate Elyse Villani (14 per cent.)
Stoinis’ consistency and durability helped him take out the ODI player of the year gong.
The 29-year-old was the only player to play in all 13 of Australia’s One Dayers during the voting period, which could prove invaluable towards his potential selection ahead of the World Cup in the United Kingdom later this year.
He was the Aussies leading wicket taker with 13 scalps, as well as scoring 376 runs batting in the middle order which was highlighted by a brilliant 87 against England at Perth Stadium.