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Team flagWI32 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

6 (4) vs DD, BPL
4 (5) *vs CGC, BPL
1 (3) *vs RGR, BPL
14 (27) vs LEI, LIST A
11 (4) *vs CCC, LIST A
8 (24) vs GUY, LIST A
1 (4) vs JAM, LIST A
0 (2) vs GAW, CPL
30 (32) *vs SLK, CPL
28 (22) vs SKNP, CPL
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Test
CPL
BPL
Matches6
Innings5
Runs51
100s0
50s0
HS27
SR50.50
Avg10.20
Fours1
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Bangladesh v West Indies at Dublin (Malahide), May 13, 2019

Teams played for

Barbados Tridents St Kitts and Nevis Patriots West Indies Cricket Board President XI West Indies West Indies A

About Raymon Reifer

NameRaymon Reifer
GenderMale
Birth11 May 1991
Birth PlaceSt. Lucy, Barbados
Height5 ft 11 in
NationalityWest Indian

Son of former West Indies captain, Floyd Reifer, Raymon Reifer is a rare commodity in today’s world. He started out as a pure batting allrounder, but over the years has turned into a genuine bowling allrounder for his domestic side. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Son of former West Indies captain, Floyd Reifer, Raymon Reifer is a rare commodity in today’s world. He started out as a pure batting allrounder, but over the years has turned into a genuine bowling allrounder for his domestic side. 

Cricket is in his blood and he started to play this beautiful game at a very young age. A left-arm medium-pacer, known to break the long partnerships, Reifer made his first-class debut for Combined Campuses and Colleges in 2011. 

After toiling at the domestic level and jotting down impressive numbers, Reifer finally received his maiden international call-up in the 2016-17 home season. He was included in the West Indies Test squad to face the touring England side. However, despite performing well for his domestic team, Reifer was ignored from the playing XI.

His dream was finally realized against New Zealand in October 2017. West Indies toured New Zealand and Reifer was drafted in the playing XI for the first Test match of the series. He didn’t have any eye-catching performances, but impressed everyone with his solid technique, especially against the moving deliveries. 

Two years later, Reifer was given another chance to impress the selectors, when he was included in the Tri-Series tournament that featured Ireland and Bangladesh. Moreover, he was also included as a reserve player in the Windies squad for the 2019 World Cup.

A bustling all-round player, Reifer is arguably one of the most talented cricketers to have come out of the Windies domestic circuit. Not only is he a wicket-taking bowler, but he also has the extraordinary ability to clear the fence with utmost precision.

(As of Aug 2021)