The West Indies Cricket has been producing quality T20 batters since the last decade. While there have been very few batters who have helped the West Indies team to grow in the red ball cricket. They have done better in the home fixtures than away, but have to bring that consistency in their performances.
One such player, who has a good reputation in the domestic cricket is Nkrumah Bonner. He started to play in the first class cricket for Jamaica in 2010, and soon started to play in T20 format as well. His T20 debut came in 2011 against England. With 10 years of hardwork, he finally got to play his first ODI and Test match in 2021 against Bangladesh.
|Date of Birth||January 23, 1989|
|Teams||West Indies, Jamaica, Jamaica Tallawahs|
The tall middle order batsman has been handy with the ball as well in the domestic cricket. Along with scoring 3000+ runs in First Class, he has scalped 46 wickets. While Bonner has around 2000 runs and 27 wickets in List A.
Nkrumah has featured across all the 3 formats for the West Indies team. Until November 2021, Bonner has been a part of 7 test matches, 3 ODIs and 2 T20Is. He has been impressive with 429 runs in 7 test matches. In his debut test match, he scored 86 runs and stitched a partnership with Kyle Mayers to register highest 4th innings run-chase in Asia of 395 runs. He scored his only century against Sri Lanka in March 2021.
There are no confirmed details of Nkrumah Bonner’s wife, and it is expected that he is unmarried.
Nkrumah Bonner has not played any franchise competition out of the West Indies. He currently plays for the West Indies team in international circuit, Jamaica team in domestic cricket, and Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier league.
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