Jerome Taylor



Jerome Taylor was call up by The West Indies Cricket selectors to replace Mervyn Dillon in the West Indies 15-man squad to face Sri Lanka in the 3rd and final Cable & Wireless One-Day International in St. Vincent and the Grenadines on June 11, 2003. Just 18 years old at that time Jerome Taylor was already named the most promising fast bowler in the 2003 Carib Beer series. Taylor has played only 31 first-class matches, averaging an impressive 23.13 runs for each of his 78 wickets. 

Injuries kept him out of the test side over the last year. Taylor regained his place in the side to tour New Zealand in February 2006 where he was also side line by injury.  Now fully fit Taylor was able to regain his place in the West Indies team for the 2006 home series.

Taylor has been air-mark  as one of the  heirs to the Caribbean fast bowling dynasty. His pace and his first 5 wicket haul at Sabina park in the 2006 Digicel home series against India confirms the quality of this young fast bowler.

Taylor bowling form in recent times has shown a lot of maturity he appears to be fitter and stronger, this should be his World Cup.

Jerome Taylor and One Day Cricket Statistics


Full Name Jerome Everton Taylor

Current Test Ranking

45th
Current ODI Bowling Ranking 30th

Current Test Rating

392
Current ODI Bowling Rating 571

Highest Test Rating

415 v Pakistan, 19/11/2006
Highest ODI Bowling Rating 592 v South Africa, 02/11/2006

Number of Test

10
Number of ODIs 28

Test Run Aggregate

109
ODI Run Aggregate 28

Test Batting Average

8.38
ODI Batting Average 7.00

Total Test Wickets

31
Total ODI Wickets 43

Test Bowling Average

33.19
ODI Bowling Average 26.72

Test Centuries

0
ODI Centuries 0

Date of Birth

June 22, 1984, St Elizabeth, Jamaica

Test Debut

West Indies v Sri Lanka at Gros Islet - Jun 20-24, 2003 

Last Test Match

Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi - Nov 27-Dec 1, 2006 

ODI Debut

West Indies v Sri Lanka at Kingstown - Jun 11, 2003 
Last ODI Match India v West Indies at Chennai - Jan 27, 2007   

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm fast medium
 



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