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COURTNEY BROWNE

Courtney Browne will always be remembered for the part he played, along with Ian Bradshaw, in helping West Indies capture the ICC Champions Trophy in 2004 in bad light against England. However, his international career was chequered – on and off during a ten-year span beginning in 1995. His last Test was against Pakistan in Jamaica in 2005. Born in Lambeth, England, Browne came to Barbados at a very young age. He is Barbados' most successful captain and holds a host of wicketkeeping records at regional level. Apart from his 20 Tests, he has played 46 ODIs and 139 first-class matches. Since his retirement from regional cricket, he held the post of cricket operations manager for Cricket World Cup Barbados. In 2008, he was named as a selector for the Barbados team and later, on the West Indies panel 

STATISTICS

NAME
COURTNEY BROWNE
BIRTH DATE
DECEMBER 7, 1970
BATTING STYLE
RIGHT-HAND BAT
PLAYING ROLE
WICKETKEEPER
NUMBER OF TESTS
20
RUNS
387
AVG
16.12
HIGHEST SCORE
68
100S
0
50S
1
4S
45
6S
6
WICKETS
81
CATCHES
79
STUMPINGS
2
NUMBER OF ODIS
46
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