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Richard Ngarava

Bowler

Left Handed & Left-arm fast medium

Richard Ngarava was born on 28th December 1997 in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. The young left-arm pacer's talent was evident right from his early playing days. He was picked for the 2016 U-19 World Cup at the age of 18 and soon went on to make his T20 debut for Zimbabwe against Free State in the Africa T20 Cup.

2017 was the launching...

ব্যক্তিগত তথ্য
Born December, 29 1997
Birth Place Zimbabwe
Current age yrs.
Role Bowler
Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Left-arm fast medium
ব্যাটিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I N/O R BF Avg S/R HS 200s 100s 50s 4x 6s
Test 4 7 2 50 81 10.00 61.72 19 0 0 0 7 1
ODI 44 27 12 168 206 11.20 81.55 35 0 0 0 16 7
T20I 52 21 9 51 47 4.25 108.51 11 0 0 0 5 2
FC 21 24 8 219 376 13.68 58.24 35 0 0 0 25 7
List A 34 20 11 56 82 6.22 68.29 16 0 0 0 4 1
T20 39 19 7 52 51 4.33 101.96 15 0 0 0 3 2
বোলিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I O Balls Maiden R W AVG S/R E/R BEST BOWL 5 WKT 10 WKT
Test 4 6 108 648 18 369 5 73.80 129.60 3.41 2/104 0 0
ODI 44 42 326.1 1957 22 1739 56 31.05 34.94 5.33 5/32 1 0
T20I 52 52 187.4 1126 8 1342 62 21.64 18.16 7.15 3/11 0 0
FC 21 39 463.3 2781 106 1361 65 20.93 42.78 2.93 4/14 0 0
List A 34 34 225.5 1355 13 1076 36 29.88 37.63 4.76 3/14 0 0
T20 39 38 125.3 753 2 977 35 27.91 21.51 7.78 4/30 0 0

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Richard Ngarava was born on 28th December 1997 in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. The young left-arm pacer's talent was evident right from his early playing days. He was picked for the 2016 U-19 World Cup at the age of 18 and soon went on to make his T20 debut for Zimbabwe against Free State in the Africa T20 Cup.

2017 was the launching year for Richard as he made his List A debut for Zimbabwe A against a touring Afghanistan A side. This resulted in his ODI debut in the same month against Afghanistan at home where he picked up his maiden international wicket. He ended the year making his first-class debut for Rising Stars against Mid-West Rhinos in the Logan Cup where he made a mark by claiming three wickets. He continued to ply his trade in the regional and provincial tournaments performing consistently.

Ngarava was in line to make his Test debut against Bangladesh towards the end of 2018, but an injury kept him from traveling with the squad. A year later, he made his T20I debut against Singapore in the Singapore Tri-Nation Series, a tournament that had Nepal as the third team.

In 2021, Ngarava was named in the Test squad for a series against Afghanistan but did not get an opportunity to make his debut. A couple of months later, he finally made his Test debut against Pakistan, picking up two wickets in the game. He has since been a regular member of the Zimbabwe squad, and with age on his side, will look to cement his place for a long time to come.