Jason Omar Holder
|Date of Birth
November 5, 1991
Right-arm medium-fast Bowler/right-handed Batsman (All-rounder- West Indies National Men's Cricket Team Captain)
Richard Pybus- National Cricket team coach
West Indies, Barbados, Barbados Tridents, Quetta Gladiators, Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders, Northamptonshire, BCA President’s XI, Combined Campuses and Colleges, Sagicor High Performance Centre, West Indies A, and West Indies Under-19
Jason Holder is a Barbadian cricketer, who plays for the national cricket team of West Indies since 2013. He captains the West Indies cricket team in test & ODI formats and represents the Barbados squad at domestic level. Jason is considered one of the best all-rounders in world cricket of all time. He is a bowling all-rounder, who could bowl in right-armed medium-fast style and bat as a handy lower order batsman.
Before getting entered in the national team, Jason used to play for West Indies Under-19 team, apart from Barbados squad. He has also represented West Indies A team in List A cricket at the domestic circuit. Jason was awarded with the Lord Gavron Award in 2009 for his contribution in domestic tournament in his primary days. The glorious performance of Jason in Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2010 gave him the esteem in world cricket advantageously. After this, he got the call from national side of West Indies in 2012 and finally began his international career in 2013 through an ODI match.
He had to wait for one more year to enter the format of test & T20I, and then, made the debut in these two fields successively. With his ‘hit the deck hard’ style and extracting extra bounce style, Jason soon became a regular member of the team in all three formats. His quality of taking decisions with calm and composed mind soon rewards him with the captain crown of the team in 2015. He was elected captain for the ODI format first and then gradually started guiding the national West Indies squad in test format as well.
Apart from domestic and international tournaments, Jason also plays of IPL and NCCC in county circuit. Recently, he was selected to lead the team of West Indies for 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup as the captain of the squad.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at Kensington Oval Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 26th of June New Zealand in 2014
Last Test Match: at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Vs England on 31st of January in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at W. A. C. A. Ground Stadium Vs Australia on 1st of February in 2013
Last ODI: at The Village Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 17th of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Westpac Stadium Vs New Zealand on 15th of January in 2014
Last T20I Match: at Warner Park Stadium Vs England on 10th of March in 2019
Debut IPL Match: at MA Chidambaram Stadium Vs Rajasthan on 22nd of April in 2013
Last IPL Match: at Feroz Shah Kotla Vs Hyderabad on 25th May in 2016
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