Ravi Rampaul

Team Royal Challengers Bangalore Royal Challengers Bangalore
Role Bowler
Born Oct 15, 1984
Nationality West Indies West Indies
Team History
West Indies National Cricket Team West Indies 2022 - present
Royal Challengers Bangalore Royal Challengers 2020 - present
Derbyshire County Cricket Club 2018

Ravi Rampaul is a left handed batsman and bowls right arm fast medium in the West Indies cricket team. He has also played for teams like University of West Indies Vice Chancellor’s XI and Trinidad and Tobago.

Ravi played his first One day International on 22nd November 2003 at Bulawayo (Queen’s Sports Club) against Zimbabwe. In this match, he did not get an opportunity to bat. He bowled 4 overs, none of which were maidens, gave away 38 runs and could not take any wicket. This match was won by West Indies by 51 runs by Duckworth-Lewis method. Rampaul played his debut Twenty20 International on 28th June 2007 at the Oval where the opponent team was England. He remained unbeaten on no score. He bowled 4 overs in which 26 runs were scored and no dismissals were made. West Indies won this match by 15 runs.

Career Highlights

Ravi Rampaul appeared in 30 One day Internationals in which he bowled 1109 balls and conceded 919 runs while taking 25 wickets. His economy rate was 4.97, bowling average was 36.76 and bowling strike rate was 44.3. He participated in 5 Twenty20 Internationals in which 177 runs were scored off the 120 deliveries he bowled and he made 5 dismissals. His bowling average was 35.40, economy rate was 8.85 and bowling strike rate was 24.

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