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Narsingh Deonarine is a left handed batsman and right arm offbreak bowler in the West Indies cricket team. The other teams he has played for are West Indies B, Guyana Board President’s XI and Guyana.
Narsingh Deonarine debuted in Test cricket from 31st March to 4th April 2005 at Georgetown (Bourda) and the opponent was South Africa. In the 1st innings, he was the No. 7 batsman and he remained unbeaten on 15 runs in 46 deliveries inclusive of 1 boundary. He also bowled 1.5 overs in which 5 runs were scored and 1 dismissal was made. In the 2nd innings, he took 1 wicket in 30 overs, out of which 15 were maidens and he conceded 35 runs. This match was drawn. Deonarine played his first One day International against India at Dambulla (Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium) on 31st July 2005. Deonarine was allocated the No. 4 batting position where he scored 41 runs in 91 deliveries including 1 sixer and 2 boundaries. India won this match by 6 wickets with 84 deliveries remaining.
Narsingh Deonarine participated in 4 Test matches in which he scored 107 runs at a batting average of 21.40 and batting strike rate of 35.43. His highest score was 40 and he smashed 12 boundaries and 1 sixer. He took 2 catches. He bowled 341 deliveries in which 151 runs were scored and 2 wickets were taken. His bowling strike rate was 170.5, economy rate was 2.65 and bowling average was 75.50.
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