It would seem difficult to top being named the best player in the world in your chosen sport.
Charlotte Edwards was crowned the ICC Women's Player of the Year for 2008 last September after an impressive campaign, but 2009 has been even more whirlwind for the England captain, with success following success.
Victory at the Women's World Cup for the first time since 1993 was followed by success in the inaugural Women's World Twenty20, and there was also a win in the Ashes over Australia.
Edwards took time out where it all began, at Ramsey Cricket Club, to look back on her achievements and a hectic year.
Edwards played all her junior cricket at Ramsey, and was keen to return to the club that set her on the path to international success to help launch the BBC Sport's Unsung Hero Search for the East.
To read the full interview with Charlotte, follow this link.
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