Reon Dane King is a right arm fast medium bowler and a right handed batsman with the West Indies cricket team. He has also played for the Northerns, Durham and Guyana cricket teams.

Reon King started playing first class cricket since 1995. He made his debut in International cricket in a One day International cricket match against India at Dhaka in 1998. Though King could not claim any wickets he gave away only 26 runs in the 10 overs that he bowled. West Indies won the match by 6 wickets.

In the year 1999 King played his first test match against South Africa at the Centurion grounds. King once again failed to take wickets and gave away 50 runs in 11 overs in the first innings. He was trapped for a leg before wicket on a ball by Alan Donald and dismissed for a duck. In the second innings, King gave away 80 runs in 17 overs not claiming any wickets. South Africa went on to win the match by 351 runs. King disappeared from cricket for 4 years to return in 2004 for a home series against South Africa.

Team West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies National Cricket Team
Role All Rounder
Born Oct 6, 1975
Nationality Guyana Guyana
Team History
West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies 1998 - present

In a total of 50 One day Internationa matches, King has scored 65 runs and claimed 76 wickets at an economy of 4.16 runs per over. He also has a total of 53 wickets at an economy of 3.02 runs per over in the 19 test matches that he has played. His career best figures are 4 wickets for 25 runs and 5 wickets for 51 runs in ODIs’ and test cricket respectively.

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