Brenton Parchment

Brenton Parchment has long been tag as a future West Indies player. He was given the captaincy of the under 19 team that tour England in 2001. After this tour fans hope that this would have been the stepping stone for young Parchment...

...But his development has been slower than expected, It took him until the 2004/5 season to score his maiden first class century. 

He then went on to cap the 2006/07 season with scores of 111 and 168 with a season average of 60.33 to earn a call-up to the senior team on tour to South Africa in 2008.

Parchment made his debut in the third Test which South Africa won by an innings and 100 runs... But Parchment's contribution was insignifant, he only scored 11 runs.  

Brenton Parchment and One Day Cricket Statistics

Full Name Brenton Parchment

Current Test Ranking

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Current Test Rating

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Highest Test Rating

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Number of Test

Number of ODIs 7

Test Run Aggregate

ODI Run Aggregate 122

Test Batting Average

ODI Batting Average 17.42

Total Test Wickets

Total ODI Wickets 0

Test Bowling Average

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Test Centuries

ODI Centuries 0

Date of Birth

June 24, 1982, St Elizabeth, Jamaica

Test Debut

West Indies v South Africa at Durban - Jan 10-12, 2008 

Last Test Match

Australia v West Indies at Kingston - May 22-26, 2008 

ODI Debut

West Indies v Zimbabwe at Harare - Dec 4, 2007 
Last ODI Match South Africa v West Indies at Johannesburg - Feb 3, 2008   
Twenty20 Debut South Africa v West Indies at Port Elizabeth - Dec 16, 2007   

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Off - break

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West Indies v Australia 2003 4th Test DVD  West Indies World Record defeat of Australia in the Fourth Test Match at the Recreational Grounds in  Antigua, with magnificent centuries from Sarwan and Chanderpaul.
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ICC Champions Trophy 2004 Final Stages DVD Highlights of the semis and then as Ian Bradshaw and Courtney Brown powered, West Indies to a fantastic victory over England in the gloom.
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