JP Duminy

JP Duminy
Full Name: Jean-Paul Duminy
Birth date: April 14, 1984
Age: 38 years
Hometown: Cap Town
City: Cap Town
Birth Country: South Africa
Batting Style: Right Hand
Bowling Style: Right Arm Offbreak
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Role : WicketKeeper

Jean Paul Duminy, better known as JP Duminy is a professional cricketer of South Africa. He is a top order left-handed batsman, but occasionally bowls right-arm off spin. He was born on April 14, 1984 at Strandfontein in Cape Town. Duminy belongs to the ethnic group Cape Coloured and he spent his childhood in the Western Cape. The Cape Coloured ethnic group of South Africa comprises of people belonging to mixed race.

He also has earned good fame in the domestic cricket and plays for Cape Cobras. He currently plays for the Delhi Daredevils in IPL. He came to the limelight during the Under-19 tour of South Africa to England. He made his ODI debut in 2004 but had to wait for 4 more years to make his Test debut. He was selected as a replacement for the injured Ashwell Prince which was a turning point in his career.

Career Highlights

  • He began his career in professional cricket at an early age and was selected for the List A team back in 2002.
  • Duminy made his Test debut in 2008, against Australia at Perth and scored 50 valuable runs in the second innings.
  • He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2004.
  • He has made his Twenty20 International debut in 2007 against Bangladesh and scored 36 runs from 28 balls in the match.
  • He made his T20 debut on April 7, 2004 in the Western Province Boland versus Dolphins.

Career Achievements

  • He became the only batsman other than Adam Gilchrist who was dismissed at 99 in an ODI match of World Cup.
  • He made the record of highest 9th wicket partnership against Australia in a test match with Dale Steyn scoring 180 runs, surpassing Peter Pollock and Greame Pollock’s record.
  • On his debut Test against Australia, his knock of 50 not out and unbroken 100 runs partnership with AB de Villiers paved the way to victory.

 

Recent matches

RunsOppMatch DateScore
10 Trinbago Knight Riders2019-10-10 DT20
14 Guyana Amazon Warriors2019-10-06 DT20
18 Trinbago Knight Riders2019-10-02 DT20
13 St Lucia Kings2019-09-29 DT20
18 Saint Kitts and Nevis Patriots2019-09-28 DT20
65 Trinbago Knight Riders2019-09-26 DT20
3 Jamaica Tallawahs2019-09-23 DT20
38 Guyana Amazon Warriors2019-09-22 DT20
18 St Lucia Kings2019-09-20 DT20
31 Jamaica Tallawahs2019-09-15 DT20

Statistictics by year


Batting Statistics

 MatInnsOutNORunsHSAveBPSR200s100s50s4s6sCtSt
TEST 45756411210316632.86454446.2806825013380
ODI 16614911732423815036.22506283.72032228164720
IT20 7771492217428635.551394124.96001012163320

Bowling Statistics

 MatInnsOversMORunsWktsAveEcoSRExt4wkts5wkts10wktsBBIBBM
TEST 4657450.34816014238.123.8564.332004/474/51
ODI 164114514.3927376045.625.6251.4660003/293/29
IT20 773974.105592126.627.6521.2130003/183/18

Awards

Last Series Played

CPL 2019 - Caribbean Premier League T20
Cricket World Cup 2019
South Africa vs Sri Lanka T20 Series 2019
South Africa vs Sri Lanka ODI Series 2019
South Africa vs Zimbabwe T20 Series 2018
Team Squad
Rassie van der Dussen Wayne Parnell
Lungi Ngidi Temba Bavuma
Aiden Markram Heinrich Klaasen
Dwaine Pretorius Marco Jansen
Quinton de Kock Anrich Nortje

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