Stuart Binny, aka Stuart Terence Roger Binny is a right arm medium bowler and right handed batsman. He has represented teams like Karnataka, ICL India XI and Hyderabad Heroes. At present, he has been retained by the Rajasthan Royals team to play at the IPL 5 season 2012.
From 25th to 28th December 2006 at Anantapur (Rural Development Trust Stadium), there was a first class match between Andhra and Karnataka in which Binny took part. In the 1st innings, he took 1 wicket while giving away 24 runs in the 13 overs that he bowled, out of which 5 were maiden. He was the No. 8 batsman and he collected 3 runs in the 28 balls that he faced. In the 2nd innings, he again took 1 wicket while conceding 39 runs. He bowled 15 overs out of which 3 were maiden. He was assigned the same batting position and he faced 17 deliveries and scored 12 runs with the aid of 2 boundaries. The result of this match was a draw.
Stuart played in 35 first class matches. He took the opportunity to bowl 2320 deliveries in which 1175 runs were scored by the batsmen and 41 dismissals took place. His bowling strike rate was 56.5, economy rate was 3.03 and bowling average was 28.65. He also scored 1855 runs at a batting average of 35 with 189 as his highest score. Other than that, Stuart played in 34 List A matches and in 19 Twenty20 matches.
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