Keith Dabengwa is a left arm slow orthodox bowler and a left handed batsman with the Zimbabwe cricket team. He has also played for the Zimbabwe Cricket Academy, Africa XI, Matabeleland and Westerns cricket teams.
Keith started playing first class cricket since 1999. He made his debut in International cricket in a test match against New Zealand at his hometown, Bulawayo in 2005. Keith scored 17 runs in the first innings off 31 balls before getting bowled by Martin. He also claimed 2 wickets and bowled 2 maiden overs in the 25 overs that he bowled giving away 87 runs.
In the second innings, Keith hit a boundary in 12 balls and got caught out behind the wicket by McCullum off a ball by Bond. New Zealand won the match by an innings and 46 runs. The following month, he made his debut in One day International cricket against India at Harare as a replacement for Taylor in the 19th over of the Indian innings. Keith bowled 4 overs and gave away 23 runs. India went on to win the match by 4 wickets. He was later included in the 2007 World Cup Zimbabwe team.
In a total of 37 One day International matches, Keith Dabengwa has scored 514 runs with a strike rate of 60.39 and claimed 23 wickets at an economy of 5.06 runs per over. He also has a total of 5 wickets at an economy of 3.41 runs per over in the 3 test matches that he played.
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