Curran claimed the prestigious CWC young cricketer of the year prize, having helped the Brown Caps to their first County Championship title in 16 years and made a big impression on England’s Test side.
The 20-year-old, whose elder brother Tom topped the poll in 2015, was not present to collect his trophy in person having already departed for the forthcoming one-day series in Sri Lanka.
Previous winners of the young cricketer award, available to England-qualified players aged under 23 at the start of the season, have gone on to earn more than 2,500 Test caps.
Current captain Joe Root, record run-scorer Alastair Cook and leading wicket-taker James Anderson all take their place in that list.
Burns, Surrey’s title-winning captain and the leading run-scorer in Division One, was named County Championship player of the year.
It continued a run of good news for the 28-year-old opener, who earned a first Test call-up for the three-match series in Sri Lanka.
Sciver was also rewarded for leading Surrey Stars to the Kia Super League title with the women’s cricket award.
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