Kwame Tucker

Born Sep 28, 1976
Nationality Bermuda Bermuda
Team History
Bermuda national cricket team Bermuda 1998 - 2007

Kwame Tucker is a right handed batsman and wicketkeeper who plays for Bermuda Cricket team.

Tucker debuted in first class cricket on 23rd October 2005 at Windhoek against Kenya. In the 1st innings, he took the catch of Tikolo. He batted at the No. 1 spot and scored 5 runs in 35 deliveries and was finally bowled by Odoyo. In the 2nd innings, he took the catch of Modi. This match was drawn. Tucker played his first One day International on 17th May 2006 at Port of Spain against Canada. In this match, he took the catch of Maxwell. Tucker batted at the No. 2 position and scored 5 runs in 43 deliveries and was bowled by Sandher. Bermuda won this match through D/L method by 3 wickets with 9 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Tucker played in 12 One day Internationals in which he scored 95 runs at a batting average of 9.50 and strike rate of 38.61. His highest score has been 34 and he has hit 14 boundaries. He has taken 9 catches and completed 1 stumping. Tucker has taken part in 3 first class matches in which he has scored 43 runs at a batting average of 14.33 and strike rate of 22.05. His highest score has been 33 and he has hit 4 boundaries. He has taken 3 catches.

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