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ANDERSON CUMMINS

With a reputation as a hard worker, Anderson Cummins, an all-rounder, was a settled member of the West Indies limited-overs team in the early 1990s. When he was not selected for his Test debut in the one-off Test against South Africa at Kensington Oval in 1992, it led to a boycott of the match by hometown fans. He made his Test debut the following year against Australia, playing five in total. He played 76 ODIs, taking 91 wickets in the shorter form. Cummins, who subsequently emigrated to Canada, played for that country in Cricket World Cup 2007. He had played with the West Indies in 1992. He went on to coach Canada's under-19 team 

STATISTICS

NAME
ANDERSON CUMMINS
BIRTH DATE
MAY 7, 1966
BATTING STYLE
RIGHT-HAND BAT
BOWLING STYLE
RIGHT-ARM FAST MEDIUM
PLAYING ROLE
ALL-ROUNDER
NUMBER OF TESTS
5
RUNS
98
AVG
19.60
HIGHEST SCORE
50
100S
0
50S
1
WICKETS
8
AVG
42.75
NUMBER OF ODIS
76
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