Lendl Simmons

Team West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies National Cricket Team
Role Batsman
Born Jan 25, 1985
Nationality West Indies West Indies
Team History
Trinidad and Tobago national cricket team 2001 - present
Guyana Amazon Warriors 2013 - present
Rajshahi Kings 2017 - present
West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies 2007 - present
Peshawar Zalmi 2019
Kolkata Knight Riders Knight Riders 2019
Karachi Kings 2016 - 2018
Mumbai Indians Mumbai Indians 2014 - 2017
Chittagong Kings Chittagong Kings 2012 - 2013
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Lendl Simmons is a right handed batsman, right arm medium fast bowler and occasional wicketkeeper who plays for the West Indies cricket team. The other team he has played for is Trinidad & Tobago.

Simmons debuted in One day Internationals on 7th December 2006 at Faisalabad against Pakistan. In this match, he batted at the No. 1 position and scored zero runs in 2 deliveries and was caught by Kamran Akmal off the bowling of Umar Gul. Pakistan won this match by 2 wickets with 10 deliveries to spare. So far, Simmons has played in just 1 Twenty20 International on 29th June 2007 at the Oval against England. In this match, he batted at the No. 2 position and scored 9 runs in 12 deliveries and was caught by Broad off the bowling of Anderson. England won this match by 5 wickets with 3 deliveries to spare.

Career Highlights

Simmons has played in 8 One day Internationals in which he has scored 126 runs at a batting average of 18 and strike rate of 56. His highest score has been 70 and he has hit 1 half century and 15 boundaries. He has taken 3 catches. Simmons has participated in 48 First class matches in which he has scored 2320 runs at a batting average of 29.74. His highest score has been 200 and he has hit 4 centuries and 11 half centuries. He has taken 61 catches and completed 4 stumpings. He has bowled 186 deliveries, conceded 94 runs and has taken 6 wickets. His bowling average has been 15.66 and economy rate 3.03.

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