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Hamid Hassan

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Hamid Hassan

Hamid Hassan (Pashto: حميد حسن‎) (born 1 June 1987) is a former Afghan cricketer. Hassan is a right-arm fast bowler who represented Afghanistan in international cricket. He has also appeared in first-class cricket for Pakistan Customs in Pakistan, Marylebone Cricket Club in England and Band-e-Amir Region in Afghanistan. Early life and career Hassan was born in 1987. He was the second of three sons; his older brother was Rashid and his younger brother was Shamshad.[1] When Hassan was six years old, his family fled fighting in their home district of Bati Kot near Jalalabad, Afghanistan to go to Pakistan as refugees. They lived in a refugee camp Peshawar, where Hassan learned to play cricket on the streets with a taped tennis ball from his older brother Rashid.[2][3][4][5] Cricket had a stigma among his people, and when his grades started to suffer at school as a result of cricket, his parents tried to stop him from playing, but he continued to play in secret. Hassan joined a cricket club in 2002 and got selec

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Rashid Khan (cricketer)

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Rashid Khan (cricketer)

Rashid Khan Arman (Pashto: راشد خان ارمان‎; born 20 September 1998), commonly known as Rashid Khan, is an Afghan cricketer and the current captain of the national team.[1] He was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan's first ever Test match, against India, in June 2018. He returned the most expensive bowling figures by a debutant in a nation's maiden Test match.[2] Rashid played in the 2017 Indian Premier League for Sunrisers Hyderabad. In June 2017, he took the best bowling figures for an associate nation in a One Day International (ODI) match.[3][4] In February 2018, he became the youngest player to top the ICC Player Rankings for bowlers in ODIs.[5] Later the same month, he also topped the ICC Player Rankings for bowlers in T20Is.[6] In September 2018, he became the number one player in the ICC's all-rounder rankings, following his performance at the 2018 Asia Cup.[7] In March 2018, during the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, he captained Afghanistan for the first time in an ODI match. At

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Gulbadin Naib

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Gulbadin Naib

Gulbadin Naib (Pashto: ګلبدين نایب‎; born 16 March 1991) is an Afghan cricketer. Naib is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast-medium. In April 2019, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) named Naib as the team's new One Day International (ODI) captain ahead of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, replacing Asghar Afghan.[1][2] Early life and career Gulbadin Naib was born in Puli Alam in the Logar Province of Afghanistan.[3][4] He made his debut for Afghanistan against Japan in the 2008 World Cricket League Division Five, where he made five appearances.[5] He took part in the documentary Out of the Ashes which followed the teams preparation for the tournament and their lives back in Afghanistan; Naib is shown body building in a Kabul gym and stating Arnold Schwarzenegger to be one of his inspirations.[4] Two years after the filming of the documentary, following which Naib lost his place in the Afghan side, he was selected as part of Afghanistan's squad for the 2010 Asian Games, playing a single match in the

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Mohammad Nabi

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Mohammad Nabi

Mohammad Nabi (Pashto: محمد نبي‎; born 1 January 1985[A]) is an Afghan cricketer who has captained the side in limited overs matches. Nabi is an all-rounder, playing as a right-handed batsman and off break bowler. He played a major role in Afghanistan's rise to the top level of international cricket, playing in both their first One Day International in April 2009 and their first Test match in June 2018. He captained the side during their first appearances in the 2014 Asia Cup and the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Nabi has also played in numerous Twenty20 franchise tournaments and was the first player from Afghanistan to be selected in the Indian Premier League player auction. Early life and career Nabi was born in Logar Province in Afghanistan, but his family moved to Peshawar in Pakistan, fleeing from the Soviet–Afghan War.[4][5] He started playing cricket in Peshawar at the age of 10,[4] and his family moved back to Afghanistan in 2000, where he began playing cricket with Mohammad Shahzad, Asghar Afghan and Sha

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Mujeeb Ur Rahman

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Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Mujeeb Ur Rahman Zadran (Pashto: مجیب الرحمن ځدراڼ‎) (born 28 March 2001) is an Afghan cricketer, who plays for the Afghanistan national cricket team.[1] He was the first male to play international cricket who was born in the 21st century.[2] Two months after his international debut, at the age of 16 years and 325 days, he became the youngest player to take a five-wicket haul in a One Day International match.[3] He was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan's first ever Test match, against India, in June 2018. It was also his first-class cricket debut. His uncle, Noor Ali Zadran, is also an Afghan international cricketer. Domestic and T20 franchise career He made his List A debut for Speen Ghar Region in the 2017 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament on 10 August 2017.[4] He made his Twenty20 debut for Boost Defenders in the 2017 Shpageeza Cricket League on 11 September 2017.[5] In November 2017, he was signed by Comilla Victorians for 2017–18 Bangladesh Premier League season.[6] In

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Rahmat Shah

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Rahmat Shah

Rahmat Shah Zurmatai (Pashto: رحمت شاه زرمتی‎; born 6 July 1993) is an Afghan cricketer who bats right-handed and bowls part-time leg-breaks and googly.[1] He was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan's first ever Test match, against India, in June 2018. In April 2019, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) named Shah as the team's new Test captain, replacing Asghar Afghan.[2][3] Early life Rahmat was born in the town of Zurmat in Paktia Province, Afghanistan. Domestic career He was named in a number of first-class and One-Day International squads for Afghanistan. He has played List A cricket for Afghanistan against Pakistan A and other domestic teams like Faisalabad and Rawalpindi.[4][5] He made his Twenty20 debut for Band-e-Amir Dragons in the 2017 Shpageeza Cricket League on 12 September 2017.[6] In July 2018, he was the leading run-scorer for Mis Ainak Region in the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament, with 258 runs in five matches.[7] He was also the leading wicket-taker

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Hashmatullah Shahidi

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Hashmatullah Shahidi

Hashmatullah Shahidi (Pashto: حشمت الله شاهدي‎; born 4 November 1994) is an Afghan cricketer. He made his One Day International debut for Afghanistan against Kenya in October 2013.[1] He was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan's first ever Test match, against India, in June 2018. Career In the final of the 2017–18 Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament, batting for Band-e-Amir Region against Speen Ghar Region, he scored 163 runs in the first innings.[2]. Scored his first international six In ODI series against Ireland in Ireland on 21/May/2019 scoring his 865* Runs without a six in ODI. Test cricket In May 2018, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for their inaugural Test match, played against India.[3][4] He made his Test debut for Afghanistan, against India, on 14 June 2018.[5] He top scored in the second innings of the match with an unbeaten 36 albeit in a losing cause. In February 2019, he was named in Afghanistan's Test squad for their one-off match against Ireland in India.[6][7] 2019 C

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Mohammad Shahzad

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Mohammad Shahzad

Mohammad Shahzad Mohammadi (Pashto: محمد شهزاد محمدي‎; born 31 January 1988) is an Afghan cricketer who is a right-handed opening batsman who plays primarily as a wicketkeeper. He represents Afghanistan in international cricket.[1]. He was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Afghanistan's first ever Test match, against India, in June 2018. Mohammad Shahzad also has a unique record - when a batsman has scored an ODI hundred in lowest team scores - of scoring a ODI century when Afghanistan's total was just 131 against India in Asia Cup 2018, thus equalling Pakistan's Shahid Afridi's unique record.[2] Early life and family Shahzad's family was originally from Nangrahar Province in Afghanistan, but they moved to a refugee camp in Peshawar, Pakistan. Shahzad spent most of his early life in Peshawar and was married in Peshawar. He was still living in Peshawar as a temporary resident in 2018, prompting the Afghanistan Cricket Board to request he relocate to Afghanistan.[3] International cricket Shahzad was

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Samiullah Shenwari

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Samiullah Shenwari

Samiullah Shenwari (Pashto: سميع الله شينواري‎; born 31 December 1987) is an Afghan cricketer who represents Afghanistan in international level. He is a right-handed batsman and leg break bowler who normally act as a batting all-rounder in the team. Career Domestic career He played for the newly formed Afghan Cheetahs team in the Faysal Bank Twenty-20 Cup 2011-12. In the final group stage match of the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament, he scored 192 not out, batting for Speen Ghar Region against Amo Region.[1] He finished the tournament as the leading run-scorer, with 398 runs in six matches.[2] In September 2018, he was named in Paktia's squad in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League tournament.[3] International career Shenwari is a part of the rapidly rising Afghan cricket team that in under a year has won the World Cricket League Division Five, Division Four and Division Three, thus promoting them to Division Two and allowing them to partake in the 2009 ICC World Cup

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Dawlat Zadran

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Dawlat Zadran

Dawlat Zadran (Pashto: دولت ځدراڼ‎; born 19 March 1988) is an Afghan cricketer. Zadran is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast. He was born in Paktia Province. Career Zadran made his List A debut for Afghanistan when they became the first side to tour Pakistan since the 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka national cricket team, with Afghanistan playing 3 unofficial One Day Internationals against Pakistan A.[1] Zadran took 6 wickets in the series, which came at an average of 28.83, with best figures of 3/45.[2] He later made his first-class debut for Afghanistan against Canada in the 2011-13 ICC Intercontinental Cup and followed this up by making his One Day International (ODI) debut against the same opposition in the 2011–13 ICC Intercontinental Cup One-Day.[3] He played both of Afghanistan's ODIs against Canada, taking 4 wickets in the series. In April 2019, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[4][5] References "List A Matches played by Dawlat Zadran". CricketArchiv

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Najibullah Zadran

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Najibullah Zadran

Najibullah Zadran (Pashto: نجیب الله ځدراڼ‎; born 18 February 1993) is an Afghan cricketer. Zadran is a left-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break. He is widely recognised as one of the power hitting batsman in the Afghanistan National Cricket Team. Najibullah Zadran was bought by Chittagong Vikings franchise for the sixth edition of Bangladesh Premier League 2017. Career T20 franchise career On 3 June 2018, he was selected to play for the Montreal Tigers in the players' draft for the inaugural edition of the Global T20 Canada tournament.[1][2] In September 2018, he was named in Kandahar's squad in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League tournament.[3] The following month, he was named in the squad for the Chittagong Vikings team, following the draft for the 2018–19 Bangladesh Premier League.[4] In June 2019, he was selected to play for the Winnipeg Hawks franchise team in the 2019 Global T20 Canada tournament.[5] International career Zadran represented Afghanistan Under-19s in the 201

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Hazratullah Zazai

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Hazratullah Zazai

Hazratullah Zazai (Pashto: حضرت الله ځاځی‎; born 23 March 1998) is an Afghan cricketer. He made his international debut for the Afghanistan cricket team in December 2016.[1] In February 2019, he scored the highest individual score by an Afghan batsman in a Twenty20 International , with an unbeaten 162 runs off 62 balls against Ireland.[2] Domestic and T20 franchise career He made his List A debut for Amo Region in the 2017 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament on 10 August 2017.[3] He made his first-class debut for Band-e-Amir Region in the 2017–18 Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament on 20 October 2017.[4] In September 2018, he was named in Kabul Zwanan's squad in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League tournament.[5] On 14 October 2018, in the match against Balkh Legends, Zazai hit six sixes in one over.[6] In the process, Zazai also equalled the record for the fastest fifty in Twenty20 cricket, from twelve balls.[7] He was the leading run-scorer for Kabul Zwanan in the tournament, w

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Fabian Allen

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Fabian Allen

Fabian Allen (born 7 May 1995) is a Jamaican cricketer.[1] He made his first-class debut for Jamaica in the 2016–17 Regional Four Day Competition on 25 November 2016.[2] Prior to his first-class debut he was part of the West Indies squad for the 2014 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[3] He made his full international debut for the West Indies in October 2018. Domestic and T20 franchise career In the last few games of the 2016-17 Regional Four Day Competition, he scored 50s in three consecutive matches. He was picked up in the 13th round of the 2017 CPL Draft by the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots.[4] He made his Twenty20 debut for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the 2017 Caribbean Premier League on 19 August 2017.[5] In November 2017, he scored his maiden century in first-class cricket, making 169 not out for Jamaica against Trinidad and Tobago in the 2017–18 Regional Four Day Competition.[6] He made his List A debut for Jamaica in the 2017–18 Regional Super50 on 6 February 2018.[7] In June 2018, he was named in the

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Carlos Brathwaite

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Carlos Brathwaite

Carlos Ricardo Brathwaite (born 18 July 1988) is a cricketer from Barbados and the current captain of the West Indies Twenty20 International (T20I) team.[2] International career Brathwaite made his T20I debut for the West Indies against Bangladesh on 11 October 2011. He made his One Day International debut seven days later in the same series.[2] He made his Test debut for the West Indies in the Second Test against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 December 2015.[3] Needing 19 to win in the last over against England, Brathwaite hit four consecutive sixes in the first four balls of the last over in the final of 2016 ICC World Twenty20 to enable the West Indies to win their second World Twenty20 title.[4] This was his debut World Cup. He was the first player for the West Indies to hit four consecutive sixes in a T20I match.[5] In August 2016, Brathwaite was named the captain of the West Indies team for their Twenty20 International matches against India in Florida later that month.[6] On 8 Mar

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Sheldon Cottrell

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Sheldon Cottrell

Sheldon Shane Cottrell (born 19 August 1989) is a Jamaican international cricketer who plays for the West Indies cricket team. He is a left-arm fast-medium bowler and right-hand batsman. In first class cricket, he plays for Leeward Islands. Cottrell made his Test Debut in November 2013 against India at Eden Gardens, Kolkata in the penultimate Test of Sachin Tendulkar.[1] He did not impress on debut and was dropped for the second Test match of the series in Mumbai.[2] He is known to march and salute to the pavilion followed by opening his arms to the heavens (formerly a dab) after every wicket as he is a Jamaican Defence Force soldier, and was among the army workforce manning the pitch during the fifth ODI against India at Sabina Park in 2011.[3][4] He made his T20I debut against England in March 2014. He made his One Day International debut for the West Indies against South Africa on 25 January 2015.[5] Cottrell was a part of the 2015 West Indies World Cup squad, and returned to the ODI side on 23 December 2

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Darren Bravo

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Darren Bravo

Darren Michael Bravo (born 6 February 1989) is a West Indian cricketer who plays domestic cricket for Trinidad and Tobago and international cricket for the West Indies. A left-handed batsman, his batting style has drawn comparisons with Brian Lara.[1][2][3] Bravo is the younger half brother of fellow West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo and is the first cousin of former cricketer Brian Lara.[4] Career Bravo made his first team debut for Trinidad and Tobago in January 2007 and scored seven in a one-day match against Guyana.[5] He made his first-class debut three days later against the Leeward Islands and scored eight. After another single figure score in his next match against the Windward Islands he made no other appearances in the 2006/07 season.[6] He returned to the under-19 team for the TCL Under-19 Challenge and finished the tournament as leading run scorer, in five matches scoring 419 runs at an average of 59.85.[7] In preparation for the 2008 Under-19 World Cup the West Indies under-19s competed in th

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Shannon Gabriel

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Shannon Gabriel

Shannon Terry Gabriel (born 28 April 1988) is a West Indian first-class cricketer.[1] He is a fast-bowler. He became a key member of the Trinidad and Tobago's attack quickly after his debut in 2010.[2] Following a neck injury to Ravi Rampaul, which forced him out of the match, Gabriel made his Test match debut for West Indies in May 2012, against England at Lord's.[3] He made his One Day International (ODI) debut on 21 June 2016 against Australia.[4] Domestic career Born 28 April 1988 in Trinidad and Tobago,[5] Gabriel made his debut in first-class cricket on 29 January 2010 playing for Trinidad and Tobago against the Leeward Islands in the 2009–10 Regional Four Day Competition. Opening the bowling with Richard Kelly, Gabriel's first wicket was that of Mali Richards. He finished with two wickets for 46 runs in the match as Trinidad and Tobago won by 45 runs.[6] Gabriel played two further first-class matches that season, finishing with four wickets at a cost of 39.75 runs each.[7][8] In June 2010, the West

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Shimron Hetmyer

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Shimron Hetmyer

Shimron Odilon Hetmyer (born 26 December 1996) is a Guyanese cricketer who plays for the West Indies.[1] He was part of the West Indies' squad for the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup. In December 2015 he was named as the captain of the West Indies squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[2] The International Cricket Council (ICC) named Hetmyer as one of the five breakout stars in men's cricket in 2018.[3] Domestic and T20 franchise career He made his Twenty20 (T20) debut in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League (CPL) for the Guyana Amazon Warriors, and was retained for the 2017 edition.[4] In August 2018, he became the youngest batsman to score a century in the CPL, when he made 100 for Guyana Amazon Warriors against the Jamaica Tallawahs.[5] In October 2018, Cricket West Indies (CWI) awarded him a red-ball contract for the 2018–19 season.[6][7] In December 2018, he was bought by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the player auction for the 2019 Indian Premier League.[8][9] In March 2019, he was nam

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Chris Gayle

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Chris Gayle

Christopher Henry Gayle, OD (born 21 September 1979) is a Jamaican cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies.[3] Gayle captained the West Indies Test side from 2007 to 2010. Considered as one of the greatest batsmen ever in Twenty20 (T20) cricket, Gayle has set numerous records across all three formats of cricket. In February 2019, Gayle announced that he will retire from ODIs after the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[4] However, in June 2019, during the Cricket World Cup, Gayle expressed his desire to play in the ODI matches against India in August, and possibly a Test match as well.[5] Gayle last played in a Test match in September 2014, against Bangladesh.[5] Early career Gayle started his cricket career with the famous Lucas Cricket Club in Kingston, Jamaica.[6] Gayle claimed: "If it was not for Lucas I don't know where I would be today. Maybe on the streets."[6] Lucas Cricket Club's nursery has been named in honour of Gayle.[6] International debut Gayle played for the West Indies at yout

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Jason Holder

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Jason Holder

Jason Omar Holder (born 5 November 1991)[1] is a Barbadian cricketer and the current captain of the West Indies cricket team. Holder made his ODI debut in January 2013 and Test debut in June 2014. In June 2019, Holder played in his 100th ODI match for the West Indies, during the 2019 Cricket World Cup. In January 2019, he was ranked as the number one all rounder in the world according to the official ICC Test rankings.[2] Domestic career A couple of days after making his international debut in 2013, Holder was signed up by the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL auction, at his base price of $20,000. In 2014, Sunrisers bought him. He was also given a batting promotion by the Sunrisers Hyderabad, who sent him to bat ahead of all-rounders Karn Sharma and Parvez Rasool. He scored 16 off 12 balls in this match, which included a big six. In 2016 year auction, Kolkata Knight Riders bought him. Holder scored 22 runs at 5.50 and took 2 wickets at 51.50 in all those four matches he played. Northamptonshire County Cricket

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Shai Hope

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Shai Hope

Shai Diego Hope (born 10 November 1993) is a Bajan cricketer, who plays Tests and ODIs for the West Indies cricket team.[1] At the age of 21, he was called into the West Indies squad after he scored a double century against the Windwards Islands at the Kensington Oval on the last day of the 2014–15 Regional Four Day Competition.[2] In June 2018, he was named the Men's Cricketer of the Year, Test Cricketer of the Year and the ODI Cricketer of the Year at the annual Cricket West Indies' Awards.[3] Early and domestic career Hope was educated at Bedes Senior School in East Sussex, England[4] under the guidance of former Sussex captain Alan Wells. Whilst at Bedes, Hope guided the 1st XI to the national 20/20 final where he scored a half century in a losing cause versus Millfield. He also considered remaining in the United Kingdom at that time, with the intention to qualify to play for the England cricket team.[4] His elder brother, Kyle Hope represented West Indies in Tests and ODIs. He has been described by th

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Ashley Nurse

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Ashley Nurse

Ashley Renaldo Nurse (born 22 December 1988) is a West Indian cricketer who plays first-class, List A and Twenty20 cricket for Barbados. He is a right-arm off-break bowler and a right-handed batsman.[1] Nurse made his Twenty20 International debut for West Indies against Pakistan on April 21, 2011 where he bowled four overs without picking up any wickets and conceded 33 runs.[2] In his second appearance, against India, he had more impressive figures of 4-0-23-0.[3] An economical bowler, Nurse made his One Day International (ODI) debut in the second match of the tri-series, against Sri Lanka.[4] In July 2017, he was named Regional Limited-Overs Cricketer of the Year by the West Indies Players' Association.[5] In October 2018, Cricket West Indies (CWI) awarded him a white-ball contract for the 2018–19 season.[6][7] In April 2019, he was named in the West Indies' squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[8][9] References Ashley Nurse - Cricinfo Pakistan in West Indies T20I Match India in West Indies T2

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Evin Lewis

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Evin Lewis

Evin Earl Lewis (born 27 December 1991) is a Trinidadian cricketer who plays for the West Indies in limited over internationals. He plays as a left-handed opening batsman. Generally a fast scoring left handed batsman, Lewis is the third batsman to score two Twenty20 International centuries. Lewis made his first-class debut for the Trinidad and Tobago national team in March 2012. He had earlier represented the West Indies under-19s at the 2010 Under-19 World Cup. Lewis's senior debut for the West Indies came in March 2016, in a Twenty20 International against Afghanistan. His One Day International (ODI) debut came later in the year, against Pakistan. Early career Lewis was born in Rio Claro, Trinidad. He represented the West Indies under-19s at the 2010 Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand, playing three matches.[1] He had earlier represented the team in the 2009–10 WICB President's Cup, the domestic limited-overs competition.[2] Domestic and T20 franchise career Lewis made his first-class debut for Trinidad

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Andre Russell

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Andre Russell

Andre Dwayne Russell (born 29 April 1988) is a Jamaican professional cricketer. Russell plays internationally for the West Indies and for Jamaica in West Indian domestic cricket as an all-rounder. He has played in over 300 Twenty20 matches for a range of sides in leagues throughout the world. Widely regarded as one of the most powerful strikers of the ball in limited-overs cricket, Russell scored a century in a record 40 balls in the 2018 Caribbean Premier League and took a hat-trick in the same match,[1] becoming the second player to take a hat-trick and score a century in the same Twenty20 match.[2] Domestic career In 2010 he played at Barnards Green Cricket Club in Worcestershire, England, helping them secure promotion from Worcestershire Cricket League into Birmingham League cricket.[3] On 21 September 2013, in a match against India A he became the first bowler in T20 cricket to take four wickets in successive deliveries.[4] International career A fast bowling all-rounder, Russell made his Test cric

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Kemar Roach

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Kemar Roach

Kemar Andre Jamal Roach (born 30 June 1988) is a Barbadian international cricketer who plays for the West Indies. He played in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka and has represented the West Indies in Test and One Day International cricket. Roach made his Test debut in 2009 against Bangladesh when the West Indies team was weakened due to a player strike, and impressed with his bowling so that he was given an opportunity to play when the team returned to its full strength. A 5-foot-8-inch (1.73 m)[1] fast bowler, Roach is capable of express speeds and has reached 150 kilometres per hour (93 mph) on a number of occasions, and was the 7th fastest active bowler as of 3 January 2015.[2] In 2012 he became the first West Indies bowler to take 10 wickets in a Test since 2005. International career Early representation On 7 June 2008, Roach was selected in the West Indies Test squad to face Australia in the third Test. At the time he had played in only four first-class matches. He was not picked for the fi

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Oshane Thomas

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Oshane Thomas

Oshane Romaine Thomas (born 18 February 1997) is a Jamaican cricketer. A fast bowler,[1] he made his international debut for the West Indies cricket team in October 2018.[2] Domestic and franchise career He made his first-class debut for Jamaica in the 2016–17 Regional Four Day Competition on 18 November 2016.[3] He represented the Jamaica Tallawahs in two games in the 2016 CPL season, and was then retained for the 2017 edition.[4] He made his List A debut for Jamaica in the 2017–18 Regional Super50 on 2 February 2018.[5] In October 2018, he was named in the squad for the Rangpur Riders team, following the draft for the 2018–19 Bangladesh Premier League.[6] In December 2018, he was bought by the Rajasthan Royals in the player auction for the 2019 Indian Premier League.[7][8] In March 2019, he was named as one of eight players to watch by the International Cricket Council (ICC) ahead of the 2019 Indian Premier League tournament.[9] International career In October 2018, he was named in the West Indies' On

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Nicholas Pooran

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Nicholas Pooran

Nicholas Pooran ( ; born 2 October 1995) is a Trinidadian cricketer who plays for the West Indies cricket team in international cricket and for the Trinidad and Tobago in West Indian domestic matches. Domestic career From McBean, north of Couva,[1] Pooran attended Naparima College in San Fernando, and played for the school's cricket team.[2] A left-handed wicket-keeper/batsman, he represented Trinidad and Tobago at various underage and schoolboys tournaments, and made his national under-19 debut at the 2012 regional tournament, aged only 16.[3] Pooran debuted for the West Indies under-19s in October 2013, in a bilateral series against the Bangladesh under-19s, and went on to play at the 2014 Under-19 World Cup.[4] The team's vice-captain and primary wicket-keeper, he scored 303 runs from six matches, ranking fourth for total runs and leading the West Indies' averages.[5][6] This included half-centuries against Canada and India, and an innings of 143 runs against Australia (from a team total of 208 all out

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Sarfaraz Ahmed

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Sarfaraz Ahmed

Sarfaraz Ahmed (Urdu: سرفراز احمد‎; born 22 May 1987) is a Pakistani wicketkeeper-batsman who plays for Pakistani national cricket team. He is the current captain of the Pakistan cricket team in all formats of the game. Sarfaraz was named as Pakistan's Twenty20 International captain following the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 in India,[1] while he was named Pakistan's ODI Captain on 9 February 2017 after Azhar Ali stepped down.[2] He took up the Test captaincy mantle for his team following the retirement of Misbah-ul-Haq and hence became the 32nd Test captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team in doing so. Under his captaincy, Pakistan won the Champions Trophy in June 2017.[3] In March 2018, on Pakistan Day, Sarfraz became the youngest cricketer to be awarded with the Sitara-i-Imtiaz.[4] In August 2018, he was one of thirty-three players to be awarded a central contract for the 2018–19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).[5][6] In January 2019, in the second ODI against South Africa, he played in his 100th ODI m

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Chris Morris (cricketer)

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Chris Morris (cricketer)

Christopher Henry Morris (born 30 April 1987) is a South African international cricketer who plays first-class and List A cricket for Titans. He plays for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League. Domestic career The right arm fast bowler who has taken 35 T20 wickets from 24 innings at an average of 16.68 at an impressive economy rate of 6.57. Morris is also a handy big-hitting batsman lower down the order and has a strike rate of over 175. Morris gave a standout performance in the 2012 domestic league in South Africa, where he fetched 21 wickets in 12 games and his strike-rate with the bat was around 200. He was also the top wicket taker in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 domestic tournament. In September 2018, he was named in the Titans' squad for the 2018 Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy.[1] The following month, he was named in Nelson Mandela Bay Giants' squad for the first edition of the Mzansi Super League T20 tournament.[2][3] He was the leading wicket-taker for the team in the tournament, with nine dismissals in seve

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Kane Richardson

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Kane Richardson

Kane William Richardson (born 12 February 1991) is an Australian international cricketer who plays domestic cricket for South Australia and the Melbourne Renegades. Richardson is the leading wicket-taker for the Adelaide Strikers, who he played with for six years before changing clubs to the Renegades in 2017. Since 2013 he has also played international cricket for Australia in both One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals, and as a teenager he played for Australia's Under-19 team, winning the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup with them. Richardson is a right-arm fast bowler from country South Australia. He has struggled over the years for consistency in first-class matches, but is widely regarded as a white ball specialist due to his successes in the shorter forms of the game. In addition to being a skilled bowler he is a competent batsman and an athletic fielder. Career Youth career (2008–2010) Richardson was born in Eudunda in country South Australia, but he spent much of his childhood in Darwi

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Abid Ali (cricketer)

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Abid Ali (cricketer)

Abid Ali (born 16 October 1987) is a Pakistani cricketer. He made his List A debut in 2005 and first-class debut in 2007.[1] He made his international debut for the Pakistan cricket team in March 2019.[2] Prior to his international debut, he had scored 6,700 runs in more than 100 first-class matches and made 3,000 runs in List A cricket.[3] Domestic career He made his first-class debut for Lahore Ravi in the 2007–08 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on 26 December 2007.[4] In October 2017, he carried his bat playing for Islamabad against National Bank of Pakistan in the 2017–18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, making 231 not out.[5] He was the leading run-scorer for Islamabad in the 2017–18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, with 541 runs in seven matches.[6] In February 2018, during the 2017–18 Regional One Day Cup tournament, he scored 209 not out against Peshawar. This was the highest List A score by a Pakistan batsman and he became the fourth batsman from Pakistan to score 200 runs or more in a List A match.[7][8] In April 2018, he was name

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Asif Ali (cricketer)

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Asif Ali (cricketer)

Asif Ali (Urdu: آصف علی‎; born 1 October 1991) is a Pakistani professional cricketer who plays for Pakistan cricket team. In first class cricket, Asif represents Faisalabad, and plays for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League.[1] In August 2018, he was one of thirty-three players to be awarded a central contract for the 2018–19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).[2][3] Domestic and T20 franchise career He was the leading run-scorer for Faisalabad in the 2017–18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, with 369 runs in six matches.[4]He even played 2017 Everest Premier league for Pokhara Rhinos. In April 2018, he was named in Punjab's squad for the 2018 Pakistan Cup.[5][6] He scored the most runs for Punjab during the tournament, with 328 runs in four matches.[7] On 3 June 2018, he was selected to play for the Edmonton Royals in the players' draft for the inaugural edition of the Global T20 Canada tournament.[8][9] In October 2018, he was named in Cape Town Blitz's squad for the first edition of the Mzansi Su

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Mohammad Amir

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Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir (Urdu: محمد عامر‎, born 13 April 1992) is a Pakistani international cricketer.[1] He is a left-arm fast bowler. He made his first-class debut in 2007, and his first One-Day International and Test appearance in 2009 in Sri Lanka, at the age of 17. He played his first international match during the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, where he played in every game, helping the national side win the tournament.[2][3] Amir was touted as having the potential to be a leading fast bowler by former Pakistani left arm fast bowler Wasim Akram[4] who picked him out as a prospect in 2007.[3] Since Amir's establishment in the international arena, former Pakistani batsman Rameez Raja, as well as Akram himself, have stated that "He is much cleverer than [Akram] at 18".[4] On 29 August 2010, he was arrested for spot-fixing and was given a five-year ban for allegedly bowling two deliberate no-balls, Amir pleaded guilty on the verdict handed out by his prosecutor the International Cricket Council, and publicly asked for for

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Wahab Riaz

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Wahab Riaz

Wahab Riaz (Urdu: وہاب ریاض‎; born 28 June 1985) is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a left-arm fast bowler and a right-hand batsman. He frequently bowls at speeds of around 90 mph (144.8 km/h) and has reached 96 miles per hour (154 km/h) . His all round performance in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 earned him world wide recognition. In August 2018, he was one of thirty-three players to be awarded a central contract for the 2018–19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).[1][2] Early Life Wahab Riaz was born on 28 June 1985. His father, Muhammad Sikandar Riaz Kasana was a businessman.[3] Career Wahab was chosen in the squad for the tri-series in Bangladesh which also included India and in his first match against Bangladesh; he finished with 3 wickets for 22 runs in 7 overs and in the next match although he took two Indian wickets he conceded 85 runs. Wahab made his Test debut against England in the third test of the 2010 series. England batted first and Wahab took 5/63 in the first innings. In Pakistan's firs

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Jofra Archer

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Jofra Archer

Jofra Chioke Archer (born 1 April 1995) is a Barbadian-born English cricketer who plays for Sussex County Cricket Club.[1] In April 2019, Archer was selected to play for the England cricket team in limited overs fixtures against Ireland and Pakistan.[2] Archer made his international debut for England in May 2019,[3] and was part of the England squad that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[4][5] Early life and England eligibility Archer has an English father,[6] and British passport,[7] but initially was not eligible to play for England until the winter of 2022. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) rules stated that as he did not live in England until after his 18th birthday, he needed to complete a seven-year residency period. Archer played for West Indies Under-19s three times in 2014, but had signalled his intention to make himself available to England once his residency period was complete.[8] However, in November 2018, the ECB announced a change to its rules, reducing the eligibility period from seven

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Liam Dawson

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Liam Dawson

Liam Andrew Dawson (born 1 March 1990) is an English cricketer who currently plays for Hampshire. He is a right-handed batsman and bowls slow left-arm orthodox spin. He has played senior cricket for the England cricket team. Early career He started playing cricket at the age of 3 and joined Goatacre when he was 7. He then moved on to play his youth cricket at Chippenham Cricket Club in Wiltshire, where he was spotted by Hampshire. After appearing regularly for Hampshire Second XI and Wiltshire in 2006 he was selected for England under-19s tour of Malaysia in 2006/07. During the tour he took impressive figures of 6/9 against Malaysia.[1] During England under-19s 'Test' series with Pakistan in 2007 he was England's leading wicket-taker. Domestic and T20 franchise career Dawson appeared in three List A matches for Hampshire towards the end of the 2007 season, he failed to take a wicket but he scored a run-a-ball 32 on his debut. On 19 September 2007 he made his first-class debut against Yorkshire, although

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James Vince

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James Vince

James Michael Vince (born 14 March 1991) is an English cricketer who is the captain for Hampshire County Cricket Club. He was educated at Warminster School in Wiltshire, where he was a student from 2001-2007 before leaving to pursue a career as a professional cricketer. He is also a very talented footballer who played for Reading Academy for 3 years before playing for Trowbridge Town F.C. at 16. He is a right-handed middle-order batsman who is a right-arm medium pace bowler. He also opens for Hampshire in T20 games. Early career A graduate from Hampshire's cricket academy, Vince – along with fellow academy graduates Benny Howell, Chris Morgan, Tom Parsons, and Hamza Riazuddin – signed a one-year deal with the club at the start of 2009.[1] He made his Championship debut on 11 June 2009 against Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. His recent impressive batting performances earned him a call up to the England U-19 side for their test series against Bangladesh. According to Duncan Fletcher, who acted as a cons

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Mashrafe Mortaza

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Mashrafe Mortaza

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (Bengali: মাশরাফি বিন মর্তুজা pronunciation  ; (born 5 October 1983) is a Bangladeshi international cricketer and politician who is the current captain of the One Day Internationals for the Bangladesh national cricket team and member of the parliament Jatiya Sangsad from Narail-2. He is ranked as one of the world's most famous athletes by ESPN WORLD FAME 100 in 2019.[5][6][7] He also captained Bangladesh in Twenty20 Internationals. He broke into the national side in late 2001 against Zimbabwe and represented Bangladesh before having played a single first-class match. Mortaza captained his country in one Test and seven One Day Internationals (ODIs) between 2009 and 2010, however injury meant he was in and out of the side and Shakib Al Hasan was appointed captain in Mortaza's absence. Mortaza used to be considered one of the fastest bowlers produced by Bangladesh, previously bowling in the mid-135s-145s km/h in the 2000s,[8] and regularly opens the bowling. He is a useful lower-middle order

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Beuran Hendricks

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Beuran Hendricks

Beuran Eric Hendricks (born 8 June 1990) is a South Africa cricketer who plays for the Cape Cobras. He is a left-arm fast bowler who plays for the Cobras and his native Western Province cricket team. Domestic career Following a superb 2012/13 first-class season taking 35 wickets in 7 matches, Hendricks has boosted his chances for an international call-up. His winter performances for South Africa A culminated in a match-winning 11-wicket haul against India A in Pretoria which has earned him a call for the IPL where he will be representing Kings XI Punjab for a price of Rs 1.8 crore.[1] In August 2017, he was named in Bloem City Blazers' squad for the first season of the T20 Global League.[2] However, in October 2017, Cricket South Africa initially postponed the tournament until November 2018, with it being cancelled soon after.[3] In June 2018, he was named in the squad for the Highveld Lions team for the 2018–19 season.[4] In October 2018, he was named in Jozi Stars' squad for the first edition of the Mza

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Shakib Al Hasan

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Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan (Bengali: সাকিব আল হাসান; born 24 March 1987) is a Bangladeshi international cricketer who currently captains the Bangladesh national team in Test and T20I formats.[1][2] He holds the record for being ranked first as an all rounder for 10 years and is still in the highest current rankings in all three formats of the game (Test, Twenty20 and One Day Internationals).[3][4][5] He was ranked as one of the world's most famous athletes by ESPN 'WORLD FAME 100' in 2019.[6] His aggressive left-handed batting style in the middle order, controlled slow left-arm orthodox bowling, and athletic fielding has helped him win trophies in top leagues across the world.[7][8] In 2015, Shakib became the first and only cricketer in history to be ranked the 'No.1 all-rounder' by ICC in its Player Rankings in all three formats of the game (Test, Twenty20 and One Day Internationals).[9] On 13 January 2017, he registered the highest individual score (217) by a Bangladeshi batsman in Tests.[10] In November 2018, he bec

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Aftab Alam (cricketer)

Aftab Alam (born 30 November 1992) is an Afghan international cricketer. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut for the Afghanistan national cricket team in early 2010.[1] He made his first-class debut for Mis Ainak Region in the 2017–18 Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament on 13 November 2017.[2] In July 2018, he was the leading wicket-taker for Speen Ghar Region in the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament, with ten dismissals in four matches.[3] In September 2018, he was named in Balkh's squad in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League tournament.[4] In April 2019, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[5][6] However, Aftab was ruled out of the tournament due to "exceptional circumstances" and was replaced by Sayed Shirzad.[7] After the tournament, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) handed Aftab a one-year ban from all cricket, following a series of incidents that took place during the Cricket World Cup.[8] References "Player Profile: A

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Mosaddek Hossain (cricketer, born 1995)

Mosaddek Hossain Saikat (born 10 December 1995 in Mymensingh, Bangladesh) is a cricketer who has played first-class and List A cricket in Bangladesh since 2013. In 2014-15 he made 250 and 282 in consecutive first-class innings and passed 1000 first-class runs in his 10th match. In October 2015, in his 12th first-class match, he became the first Bangladeshi player to score three double-centuries. He made his Test debut in March 2017. Under-19 career Hossain is a right-handed batsman and off-spin bowler. He played for Bangladesh in two ICC Under-19 World Cups: in Australia in 2012 and in Abu Dhabi in 2013-14. He captained Bangladesh Under-19 in a two-match series of four-day matches against Sri Lanka Under-19 in April 2013, scoring 107 in the first match and 74 in the second. He then captained the team again in a five-match series of limited-overs matches immediately afterwards, scoring more than 200 runs, including 98 in the third match which Bangladesh win by one wicket.[1] In England later that year, in a

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Sunil Ambris

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Sunil Ambris

Sunil Walford Ambris (born 23 March 1993) is a Vincentian cricketer who has played for the Windward Islands and the Combined Campuses and Colleges in West Indian domestic cricket, as well as representing the St Lucia Zouks franchise in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He was the first player to be dismissed hit-wicket twice in consecutive Tests and the first to be dismissed hit-wicket on test debut. Ambris middle name of Walford derives from former St. George Rugby League winger Ricky Walford who was and still is a household name in Ambris native St. Vincent. [1] Domestic career At the 2012–13 Caribbean Twenty20, Ambris played two matches for the Combined Campuses, against the Leeward Islands and Jamaica.[2] His first-class debut came during the 2013–14 Regional Four Day Competition, when he played for the Windward Islands against Guyana.[3] In his first innings, Ambris scored 114 runs from 200 balls, eventually being named man of the match.[4] He finished his debut season with 468 runs from six matches,

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Sayed Shirzad

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Sayed Shirzad

Sayed Shirzad (born 1 October 1994) is an Afghan cricketer. Shirzad is a left-handed batsman who bowls left-arm medium pace. Domestic career Shirzad represented Afghanistan Under-19s in the 2011 Under-19 World Cup Qualifier in Ireland,.[1] He made his Twenty20 debut for the Afghan Cheetahs in the Faysal Bank Twenty-20 Cup against Rawalpindi Rams.[2] He wasn't required to bat in this match, while with the ball he bowled two wicket-less overs.[3] He made his List A debut for Boost Region in the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament on 11 July 2018.[4] He was the leading wicket-taker for Boost Region during the tournament, with twelve dismissals in six matches.[5] International career He made his Twenty20 International debut for Afghanistan against Oman on 29 November 2015.[6] In May 2018, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for their inaugural Test match, played against India, but he was not selected for the match.[7][8] In July 2018, he was named in Afghanistan's One Day International (O

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Kasun Rajitha

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Kasun Rajitha

Chandrasekara Arachchilage Kasun Rajitha, commonly as Kasun Rajitha (born 1 June 1993), is a professional Sri Lankan cricketer, who plays all formats of the game in international level for Sri Lanka.[1] Early and domestic career He played in the tour match between Sri Lanka Board President's XI vs Indian national cricket team in August 2015.[2] In March 2018, he was named in Kandy's squad for the 2017–18 Super Four Provincial Tournament.[3][4] He was the leading wicket-taker for Kandy during the tournament, with ten dismissals in two matches.[5] The following month, he was also named in Kandy's squad for the 2018 Super Provincial One Day Tournament.[6] In August 2018, he was named in Galle's squad the 2018 SLC T20 League.[7] He was the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, finishing with thirteen dismissals in six matches.[8] In March 2019, he was named in Kandy's squad for the 2019 Super Provincial One Day Tournament.[9] International career He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Sri Lan

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Mayank Agarwal

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Mayank Agarwal

Mayank Anurag Agarwal (born 16 February 1991)[2] is an Indian international cricketer who plays as a right-handed opening batsman for Karnataka. He made his international debut for the India cricket team on 26 December 2018 against Australia.[3] Early career He came to prominence with his performances in the Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy in 2008-09 and 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, in which he was the leading run-getter for India.[4] He was also adjudged Man of the Series in the Karnataka Premier League in 2010. He also scored a century in that tournament.[5] He is an alumnus of the Bishop Cotton Boys' School and Jain University in Bangalore.[6] Domestic cricket In November 2017, he scored his maiden triple century in first-class cricket, when he made 304 not out batting for Karnataka against Maharashtra in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy.[7] It was the 50th triple century scored in first-class cricket in India.[8] During the same month, he scored 1,000 runs in first-class cricket.[9][10] He was the leadin

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Ikram Alikhil

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Ikram Alikhil

Ikram Alikhil (Pashto: اکرام فيضي عليخېل‎; born 29 September 2000) is an Afghan cricketer.[1] He made his international debut for the Afghanistan cricket team in March 2019.[2] Domestic and U19 career He made his Twenty20 debut for Band-e-Amir Dragons in the 2017 Shpageeza Cricket League on 14 September 2017.[3] Prior to his T20 debut, he was part of Afghanistan's squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[4] He also scored an unbeaten century in the final of the 2017 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup and helped Afghanistan to win their maiden ACC Under-19 Cup title.[5] In December 2017, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[6] He made his first-class debut for Speen Ghar Region in the 2018 Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-day Tournament on 1 March 2018.[7] He made his List A debut for Speen Ghar Region in the 2018 Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional One Day Tournament on 10 July 2018.[8] In September 2018, he was named in Balkh's squad in the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League t

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Peter Handscomb

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Peter Handscomb

Peter Stephen Patrick Handscomb (born 26 April 1991) is an Australian cricketer contracted domestically to Victoria and the Melbourne Stars. Handscomb is in the current squad for Tests, Twenty20 Internationals and One Day Internationals for Australia. He is a middle order batsman and occasional wicket-keeper. He initially had the role of wicket keeper for the national team when former keeper Matthew Wade was unavailable. He most recently kept during the First T20I against India in February 2019, replacing vice-captain Alex Carey in the lineup. Early life and junior career He had also been a talented junior tennis player, but eventually chose to pursue cricket.[1] He played for Victoria at both under-17 and under-19 level,[2] and went on to play for the Australian under-19 cricket team during the Sri Lankan under-19 team's tour of Australia in October 2009.[3] Domestic career Having spent the 2011 season playing English club cricket for Tring Park, as well as several matches for Leicestershire in the Seco

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Matthew Wade

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Matthew Wade

Matthew Scott Wade (born 26 December 1987) is an Australian cricketer, who has represented the Australian national team as wicketkeeper in all three forms of international cricket (Test, One-Day International and Twenty20 International). He plays domestic first class and List A cricket for the Tasmanian cricket team, also acting as the team's captain. He plays domestic Twenty20 cricket for the Hobart Hurricanes. Personal life Wade was born in Hobart on 26 December 1987. He is the son of Scott Wade, an Australian rules footballer who played for Hawthorn in the Victorian Football League (VFL), for Clarence and Hobart in the Tasmanian Football League (TFL), and served a long tenure as CEO of AFL Tasmania. His grandfather, Michael Wade, served as president of the Hobart Football Club.[2] Wade is the cousin of Collingwood Football Club defender Jeremy Howe.[3] Wade represented Tasmania in junior cricket and junior football, vice-captaining the Tassie Mariners in the TAC Cup, where he played alongside future Aus

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Rishabh Pant

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Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant (born 4 October 1997) is a professional Indian cricketer who plays for India, Delhi, and the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League.[2] In December 2015, he was named in India's squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[3] On 1 February 2016, during the tournament, he hit an 18-ball fifty, the fastest at this level.[4] He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for India in January 2017, his Test debut in August 2018, and his One Day International (ODI) debut in October 2018. In January 2019, Pant was named the ICC Emerging Player of the Year at the 2018 ICC Awards.[5] Early life Rishabh Pant was born in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India to Rajendra Pant and Saroj Pant. In his fourth standard, he started playing on matting tracks with teenagers. Pant started his career by coaching under Tarak Sinha at the Sonnet Cricket Academy. His coach Sinha suggested Pant to switch to Rajasthan to play U-13 and U-15 cricket but to no avail. Pant was told by his mentor to overhaul his entire batting

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