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Milton Small

Milton Small was another of those fast bowlers who came at the wrong time. He had to compete with the great fast bowlers of the 1980s and was limited to two Tests. He marked his first-class debut in 1984 with a five-wicket haul and played his first Test later that year at the Queen's Park Oval, joining Malcolm Marshall, Joel Garner and Wayne Daniel to form a four-pronged attack that contained all Bajans. Small is currently a coach at the National Sports Council.  

STATISTICS

NAME
MILTON SMALL
BIRTH DATE
FEBRUARY 12, 1964
BATTING STYLE
RIGHT-HAND BAT
BOWLING STYLE
RIGHT-ARM FAST-MEDIUM
PLAYING ROLE
BOWLER
NUMBER OF TESTS
2
WICKETS
4
AVG
38.25
R.P.O.
3.40
NUMBER OF ODIS
2
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