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Brazil national cricket team

 

Brazil national cricket team

Brazil
Brazil
Brazil
ICC membership granted 2002
ICC member status Affiliate member
ICC development region Americas
World Cricket League division
Captain Greigor Caisley
Coach Ian Webster
First recorded match 1 April 1999, Brazil v Chile
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The Brazilian Cricket XI is the team which represents Brazil at international cricket matches.

Cricket Brasil includes former Indian Test cricketer Ashok Gandotra, who was born in Rio de Janeiro, as one of its members.

Contents

  • History 1
    • Tournament history 1.1
      • ICC Americas Championship 1.1.1
  • Squad 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Brazil became an ICC member in 2002. [1] Its international debut came in 2006, when Brazil took part in Division Three of the ICC Americas Championship in Suriname. Although Brazil lost all three opening games in that tournament, no doubt due to lack of international exposure, its cricket has developed since then.

Brazil won the 2009 ICC Americas Championship Division Three, winning all of its matches against Belize, Chile and Peru. This victory enabled Brazil to qualify for the 2010 ICC Americas Championship Division Two.

However, Brazil seemingly struggled at this higher level, thus after losing all of their four matches, were relegated to Division Three.

Tournament history

ICC Americas Championship

  • 2000–04: did not participate
  • 2006: Division Three fourth place
  • 2008: Division Three fifth place
  • 2009: Division Three won
  • 2010: Division Two fifth place

Squad

Name
Rubabul Islam
Ravi Chanchlani
Matt Featherstone
Norman Baldwin
Daniel Miziara
Greigor Caisley
Viki Chaudhry
Rudy Hartmann
Ian Webster
Vincent Bastick
Guilherme Lefévre
Henrique Dolabella
Sunny Randolph
Alexandre Miziara

See also

ICC Americas Championship

References

External links

  • Brazil at Cricinfo
  • www.brasilcricket.org


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