Austin Codrington

Role Bowler
Born Aug 22, 1975
Nationality Canada Canada
Team History
Canada national cricket team Canada 2003 - 2007

Austin Codrington is a right handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler who plays for Canada Cricket team.

Codrington debuted in List A cricket in 2001-02 and in first class cricket in 2004. His previous first class match was played on 22nd and 23rd May 2007 at Leicester against Ireland. In this match, he was out for a duck after facing 2 deliveries and was caught by Morgan off the bowling of O’Brien. He bowled 13 overs, out of which 4 were maidens and conceded 38 runs without taking any wicket. In the 2nd innings, he was bowled by McCallan for 4. Ireland won by an innings and 115 runs. Codrington debuted in One day Internationals on 11th February 2003 at Durban against Bangladesh. In this match, he scored 16 runs in 31 deliveries and was caught by Tapash Baisya off the bowling of Manjural Islam. He bowled 9 overs, out of which 3 were maidens and conceded 27 runs while taking 5 wickets. Canada won this match by 60 runs.

Career Highlights

Codrington has played in 9 One day Internationals, in which he has scored 47 runs inclusive of 5 boundaries, at a batting average of 5.87 and strike rate of 51.08. He has bowled 300 deliveries and has conceded 265 runs while taking 10 wickets. His bowling average has been 26.50 and economy rate 5.30. He has participated in 4 first class matches, in which he has scored 96 runs at a batting average of 16 and strike rate of 50.52. He has bowled 420 deliveries and has taken 5 wickets while giving away 203 runs.

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