Shai Diego Hope is a Barbadian cricketer, who plays international cricket for the West Indies cricket team. He is regarded as one of the best ODI batsmen in the contemporary world.
Dilbar Hussain is a Pakistani cricketer. He made his Twenty20 debut on 25 January 2020, for the Melbourne Stars in the 2019–20 Big Bash League season. He was brought into the team's squad as a replacement for Haris Rauf, who was called up for international duty with Pakistan.
Shane Dadswell is a South African cricketer who plays for North-West University in South Africa. In November 2017, he scored 490 runs in a 50-over game, setting a club cricket record for the highest individual score in the format.
Samuel William Billings is an English professional cricketer. Billings is a right-handed batsman who fields as a wicket-keeper. He was born at Pembury in Kent and has played for Kent County Cricket Club sides since he was eight years old, making his senior debut for the First XI in 2011.
Full Name: Shawaiz Irfan. Born: 01 Nov 2003 Lahore. Current age: 19 years 97 day(s) Major teams: Pakistan Under-19s, Lahore Under-16s, Bahawalpur Royals, Punjab Under-16s, Central Punjab Under-19s, Central Punjab, Central Punjab Blues Under 19s, Lahore Qalandars. Batting style: Right handed.
Jalat Khan born 3 February 1986, is a Pakistani cricketer from Kachi District, Balochistan, Pakistan. He was part of the bronze-medal-winning team at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
Jordan Cox joined Kent at the age of 10 and a decade later helped them win their first trophy in a generation, named player of the match in the T20 Blast final with a performance that summed up his strengths as a young cricketer. Coming in at 75 for 4 in the 12th over, Cox [...]
Liam Andrew Dawson is an English cricketer who plays for Hampshire and for the England cricket team. He is a right-handed batsman who bowls slow left-arm orthodox spin. He made his international debut for England in July 2016, and has since played all three formats of the game for England, the last in 2018.