Adrian Boris Barath is a professional West Indian Cricketer. He was born on 14th April, 1990 in Chaguanas, Trinidad. He is a right hand batsman and a right arm off break bowler.
Brian Lara the great West Indies batsman recognized the talents of Adrian Barath at a junior level while watching him play at the nets. He proved it right when he played a wonderful knock of 104 runs at the Gabba on his debut test match for West Indies against Australia in November 2009. He is the youngest player for West Indies to make a first class debut at the age of 16 after Ramnaresh Sarwan.
Adrian Barath is known for his crisp stroke play and his positive approach towards batting. He has represented West Indies team in all forms of cricket at the national level be it Test matches, ODI or T20. In the 18 Twenty20 games that he has played he has scored 436 runs at an average of 29.06 and a high strike rate of 115.95.
|Team||Trinidad and Tobago cricket team|
|Born||14 Apr 1990|
|Trinidad and Tobago||2007 - present|
Adrian barath missed on to playing in the World Cup 2011 and also a series against Pakistan as he was carrying a hamstring injury. He was selected by the Kings XI Punjab for the IPL 2011 but due to the slow recovery of his injury he missed on to the whole season.