Jehan is a left-handed Batsman and his game involves a lot of aggression and dedication to the sport as if he was born to play cricket. He represented Sri Lanka in the Under-15; U-17 and U-19 level hence almost proves his talent in the game. His birth place is Washington and is the child of the famous and respected scientist. He returned to his home country Sri Lanka to pursue his studies in Royal College in Colombo. His entry in the world of cricket against a match played in Bangladesh during 2002 and was also a useful for the team against South Africa. He scored a stupendous 48, His poor ODI (One day International) performance which is 68 runs of the 7 innings, has limited his opportunities since then. His bowling is very good and he proves to be a useful off spinner. He is an outstanding fielder as well.

Career Highlights

Jehan has played 10 test matches, 254 runs at an average of 15.87 with his highest being 48 and 34 ODIs with 631 runs with an average of 24.26, his highest score was 72 not out. Bowling includes 10 matches 0 wickets and 34 matches with 2 wickets.

Team Khulna Royal Bengals Khulna Royal Bengals
Role Batsman
Born 10 Jan 1981
Nationality Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
Team History
Colombo Cricket Club Colombo 2000 - present
Khulna Royal Bengals Khulna Royal Bengals 2012 - present
Wayamba United 2013 - 2015
Uthura Rudras 2012 - 2013
Sri Lanka National Cricket Team Sri Lanka 2002 - 2013
Duronto Rajshahi Duronto Rajshahi 2012

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