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Dinanath Ramnarine

Team flagWI49 yrs
batting styleright-arm leg-break Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Dinanath Ramnarine Recent Form

Batting

WI vs PAK, Test0 (2)
WI vs PAK, Test0 (3)
WI vs NZ, ODI2 (2)
WI vs NZ, Test8 (35)
WI vs NZ, Test0 (1)
WI vs ENG, Test0 (2)
WI vs ENG, Test19 (80)
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Bowling

WIL vs INDL, T200-7
WIL vs ENGL, T200-10
WIL vs BANL, T200-26
WIL vs INDL, T200-39
WI vs PAK, Test0-39
WI vs PAK, Test3-137
WI vs NZ, ODI0-23
WI vs NZ, Test0-4
WI vs NZ, Test3-82
WI vs ENG, Test4-29
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Dinanath Ramnarine Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI43500238.461.6700----
Test1221106003524.826.24120----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4434.9254.672/520066.67----
Test1222452.3730.737/1470177.67----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
vs Sri Lanka at Queen's Park Oval, Jun 06, 1997
Test Debut
vs England at Bourda, Feb 27, 1998

Teams played for

West Indies West Indies Legends

About Dinanath Ramnarine

NameDinanath Ramnarine
GenderMale
Birth4 Jun 1975
Birth PlaceChaguanus, Trinidad
NationalityWest Indian

An efficient leg-spinner with a flatter trajectory, Dinanath Ramnarine is a former West Indies cricketer who retired at the age of 28 from all forms of international cricket.... continue reading

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Player Bio

An efficient leg-spinner with a flatter trajectory, Dinanath Ramnarine is a former West Indies cricketer who retired at the age of 28 from all forms of international cricket.

A consistent performer in the domestic circuit for Trinidad and Tobago, Dinanath never made his mark at the international level. Dinanath arrived at the domestic scene in 1993-1994 and made his List A debut the same year. A domestic legend who had over 300 wickets in just over a hundred List A and First-class matches. 

Dinanath broke into the international scene after four years of domination in the domestic circuit. He made his ODI debut on June 6th, 1997 against Sri Lanka and picked two crucial wickets, one of the Sri Lankan spinner Arjuna Ranatunga in a comprehensive victory. 

Although he provided breakthroughs for the Men in Maroon at crucial junctures, he wasn’t very consistent with his line. Hence, most of the time he was expensive and wasn’t seen as a future prospect by the national selectors. Dinanath announced his retirement at just 28 years of age in 2002 and started working for the WIPA( West Indies Players association) full time He further established a personal development program for which 150 first-class players benefited.

(As of April 2021)