After previously winning the award in 2016, Perry capped off a thrilling 12-month period that also saw her also named the ICC's Cricketer of the Year.

The 27-year-old totalled 116 votes to win the award by a staggering gap of 38.

Batter Beth Mooney, who was named the Domestic Player of the Year, was Perry's nearest challenger with 78 votes.

The crowning moment of her year was a double-century in the historic day-night Ashes Test in Sydney, where she made 213 runs.

In addition to her Test double hundred, Perry scored 138 runs and claimed 10 wickets in the multi-format Ashes campaign.

Meanwhile, Tasmanian and Hobart Hurricanes wicketkeeper, and Australia A representative Georgia Redmayne is the Betty Wilson Young Women's Cricketer of the Year.

The 24-year-old was voted by her peers as Australia's most promising rising player.

Redmayne's strong domestic summer in 2016-17 was enough to see her earn selection in the Australia A tour of Sri Lanka last April and represent a CA XI in a tour game against England last November.

Redmayne scored 278 runs during WBBL|02 as the Hurricanes made the semi-finals for the second year running, and completed 12 dismissals behind the stumps.

She then started the 2017-18 WNCL season on a promising note, scoring 89 against Western Australia.