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Cameron Cuffy, Man of the Match award after neither scoring a single run nor taking a single wicket neither taking a single catch
As a cricket fan or someone who understand and take interest in cricket statistics, there is one record that always amuse the cricket fans. Cameron Cuffy man of the match award in a match against Zimbabwe in year 2001.
In 2001, Cameron Cuffy, West Indies bowler won the Man of the Match award after neither scoring a single run nor taking a single wicket. Not just this, he did not even take a single catch nor was a part of any wicket. On 23rd June 2001, when West Indies were playing against Zimbabwe. The only reason why he received the award was his bowling figure, which was 10-2-20-0.
In the opening match of a triangular tournament also featuring India, West Indies secured a 27-run win over Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club thanks to a strong all-around effort. The West Indies team put up an impressive score of 266 for five wickets and then effectively shut down Zimbabwe’s efforts, limiting them to 239 for nine wickets. Despite the valiant efforts of the Zimbabwe team, they were ultimately unable to overcome the West Indies’ dominance.
Cameron Cuffy contribution to West Indies Cricket
Cameron Cuffy is a former West Indies cricketer who made a significant impact during his career. He was a right-arm fast-medium bowler who played for the West Indies cricket team between 1995 and 2002. He is known for his impressive performances on the field, and was a key member of the team during an important period in West Indies cricket history. Cuffy’s ability to generate swing and movement with the ball made him a formidable opponent for batsmen and was known for his ability to take wickets early on in the innings. He played in 21 test matches and took 44 wickets with his best figures being 7-57. He was also a useful lower-order batsman, known for his aggressive approach when it comes to batting and he scored more than 400 runs in test matches. Cuffy’s contributions to the game of cricket will be remembered by many fans, and his legacy will continue to inspire future generations of West Indies cricketers.
What was Cameron Cuffy’s role in the West Indies cricket team?
Cameron Cuffy was a right-arm fast-medium bowler who played for the West Indies cricket team between 1995 and 2002.
How many test matches did Cameron Cuffy play?
Cuffy played in 21 test matches for the West Indies.
What was Cuffy’s best performance in test matches?
Cuffy’s best performance in test matches was 7-57.
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