Yannic Cariah Wife, Age, Height, Stats, Teams, Jersey Number
Updated on: Aug 23, 2022 11:23 am IST
Yannic Cariah is an exciting talents gaining popularity in West Indies cricket. He announced himself on the international stage with a debut innings against New Zealand 52 runs in 48 balls.
The Trinidadian cricketer has built a good name in domestic cricket and CPL. Despite several achievements and records, the player is best known for his leading run-scorer stats in the 2016–17 Regional Four Day Competition, with 691 runs in ten matches.
Fortunately, his national side addressed Yannic Cariah’s potential and worth quite quickly, but his International debut came a little late after his inclusion in under 19 World Cup games. Well, the player has an exciting cricket career and wonders that needs to be known by many. That said, let’s take a look at Yannic’s career, love, and private life.
Yannic Cariah Wife
Cariah is very confidential about his intimate life details and doesn’t prefer to expose it all when asked. Besides, he is new to Instagram, having posted just one video from his game, where he’s seen hitting six to a notable New Zealand bowler. Yannic doesn’t seem quite active on his social media platforms as he doesn’t interact with his followers like other West Indian players.
Yannic is a young-handsome man with a fit and intelligent personality; hence it’s evident that he must have dated people in the past. But as said, he doesn’t reveal any talks about his love life; it is unclear if he’s currently single or in a relationship.
Cariah’s cricketing journey began in 2009, when he made his List A debut in October, followed by inclusion in the 2009–10 WICB President’s Cup and Under-19 World Cup in Australia.
The very next year, Cariah seized the opportunity to showcase his game marking his first-class debut for Trinidad and Tobago against the Windward Islands in the 2010–11 Regional Four Day Competition.
The all-rounder’s significant recognition came from his captaincy role for the West Indies Emerging Team for the 2019–20 Regional Super50 tournament. Before the Regional Super50 tournament, he was integral to several regional matches.
The Trinidadian cricketer registered his maiden first-class five-wicket haul against Guyana, followed by another five-wicket haul in the opening match of the 2012–13 Regional Super50 against the Windward Islands.
He currently represents the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). His last game was against New Zealand on 19 August 2022.