Timycen Maruma

Team Zimbabwe National Cricket Team Zimbabwe National Cricket Team
Role All Rounder
Born Apr 19, 1988
Nationality Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
Team History
Zimbabwe National Cricket Team Zimbabwe 2006 - present

Timycen Maruma bats right handedly and bowls right arm offbreak in Zimbabwe national cricket team. He also plays for teams like Manicaland and Easterns (Zimbabwe).

Maruma played his first One day International on 22nd August 2007 at Bulawayo against South Africa. He was allocated the No. 10 batting position where he scored 7 runs in 6 deliveries. He bowled 9.5 overs and 51 runs were scored during this spell. South Africa won this match by 5 wickets with 19 deliveries remaining. Timycen Maruma debuted in Twenty20 International cricket on 10th October 2008 against Sri Lanka with King City as the venue. He was the No. 7 batsman and scored 3 runs in 5 balls. While fielding, he took 1 catch and caused the run out of 1 batsman. Sri Lanka won this match by 5 wickets with 6 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Timycen Maruma appeared in 5 One day Internationals and took 2 wickets in the 149 balls he bowled, while conceding 150 runs. His bowling average was 75, bowling strike rate was 74.5 and economy rate was 6.04. In Twenty20 Internationals, he took 1 wicket in the 3 matches he participated in. He bowled 18 deliveries and conceded 20 runs. His bowling strike rate was 18, economy rate was 6.66 and bowling average was 20.

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