Pedro Collins

Born Aug 12, 1976
Team History
West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies 1996 - 2008

Pedro Collins bowls left arm fast medium and bats right handedly in the West Indies cricket team. Surrey and Barbados are the other teams he has played for.

Pedro Collins played his first Test match from 5th to 8th March 1999 at Port of Spain (Queen’s Park Oval) and the opponent was Australia. In the 1st innings, he bowled 23 overs in which 46 runs were scored and 2 dismissals were made. Also, his 8 overs were maidens. He was assigned the No. 7 batting spot where he scored 1 run after facing 16 deliveries. In the 2nd innings, he bowled 21 overs, out of which 2 were maidens, gave away 71 runs and picked up 1 wicket. He came to bat at the No. 10 batting position where he was bowled for a duck. This match was won by Australia by 312 runs. Collins debuted in One day Internationals on 19th October 1999 at Sharjah against Pakistan. In this match, 58 runs were scored off the 10 overs which Collins bowled. He was the No. 11 batsman and remained unbeaten on no score. Pakistan was victorious in this match by 138 runs.

Career Highlights

Pedro Collins participated in 32 Test matches in which he took 106 wickets in the 6964 deliveries he bowled while conceding 3671 runs. His bowling strike rate was 65.6, bowling average was 34.63 and economy rate was 3.16. In the 30 One day Internationals which he played, 1212 runs were scored off the 1577 deliveries he bowled and 39 dismissals were made.

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