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Marlon Samuels

Marlon Samuels
Personal information
Full name Marlon Nathaniel Samuels
Born (1981-02-05) 5 February 1981
Kingston, Jamaica
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right arm off break
Role All Rounder
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 237) 15 December 2000 v Australia
Last Test 6 November 2013 v India
ODI debut (cap 103) 4 October 2000 v Sri Lanka
Last ODI 24 February 2015 v Pakistan
Domestic team information
Years Team
1996–2008, 2010–present Jamaica
2011–present Duronto Rajshahi
2012–2013 Pune Warriors India
2012–2013 Melbourne Renegades
2013–2014 Antigua Hawksbills
2015– St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 46 154 94 209
Runs scored 2,767 4076 6,012 5,371
Batting average 37.39 34.13 40.89 32.35
100s/50s 5/18 8/25 12/33 7/34
Top score 260 133 260 126
Balls bowled 3,093 4,440 6,133 6,237
Wickets 34 83 64 124
Bowling average 50.55 44.13 49.73 38.25
5 wickets in innings 0 1 0
10 wickets in match 0 n/a 0 n/a
Best bowling 4/13 3/25 5/87 4/21
Catches/stumpings 21/– 42/– 60/– 57/–
Source: Espncricinfo, 24 July 2013

Marlon Nathaniel Samuels (born 5 February 1981) is a West Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed middle order batsman and an off-spinner. Samuels made his Test debut in Australia in 2000, and his One Day International debut against Sri Lanka in Nairobi during the ICC Knockout Trophy in the same year. He was a member of the West Indies team that won the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. In 2013, he was named one of the Wisden cricketers of the year.[1] He was one of the franchise players for the inaugural Caribbean Premier League.[2]

Contents

  • Career 1
    • Ban (2008–2010) 1.1
    • Return (2010–present) 1.2
  • 2012 ICC World Twenty20 2
  • Personal life 3
  • International centuries 4
    • Test centuries 4.1
    • One Day International centuries 4.2
  • International Awards 5
    • Test Cricket 5.1
      • Man of the series awards 5.1.1
      • Man of the match awards 5.1.2
    • One-Day International Cricket 5.2
      • Man of the series awards 5.2.1
      • Man of the Match awards 5.2.2
    • Twenty20 International Cricket 5.3
      • Man of the match awards 5.3.1
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Career

Samuels scored his maiden Test hundred at Kolkata against the Indians in 2002/03. His innings of 104 helped the West Indies to draw the 3rd Test and was made against the likes of Javagal Srinath, Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh. His first ODI ton came in the series which followed and turned out to be a series winning innings. With the series level at 3–3 going into the final match at Vijayawada on 24 November 2002, Samuels smacked 108 not out off just 75 balls. The West Indies finished with 315 and went on to win by 135 runs.

During the West Indies tour of Australia, on 9 October 2005 Samuels registered his highest first-class score with an innings of 257. It was made in a tour match against Queensland at the Gabba. His effort was a record score at the ground, beating Martin Love's 250. Showing his allround abilities, he followed it up with 5 wickets in the next innings.[3][4] He played in two Tests on the tour, with a highest score of 29, before he was sent home with a knee injury.[5]

Against Pakistan at Multan in late 2006, Samuels scored his second ODI century. His unbeaten 100 led the West Indies to victory as they successfully chased the Pakistani total. He fell just short of another century a month later against the Indians in Chennai but his quick fire 98 helped his side chase down India's 268. Samuels also played as part of the Pro Cricket league in the United States for the Chicago Tornadoes.

In January 2007, Samuels was named man of the match after scoring 94 and 40 in the first Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth, a match the West Indies won by 128 runs. He went on to score his second Test hundred, in the final match, hitting 105 although it wasn't enough for his side to win the match or the series. Samuels was involved in the run-out of Brian Lara in his last international match, against England during the 2007 World Cup. Lara was on 18, when Samuels signalled for a quick run but was unable to reach the other wicket in time as Kevin Pietersen underarmed the ball to hit the stumps. After the World Cup, the West Indies toured England in May. Unexpectedly Samuels was not initially included in the squad for the Test leg,[6] but was called up as a replacement when Ramnaresh Sarwan suffered an injury.[7] On 4 July Samuels made 77 runs from 104 balls against England in the second Natwest ODI. He and Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored a record third wicket partnership of 175 runs at Edgbaston in a game West Indies won.

Ban (2008–2010)

On 25 February 2008 Samuels was suspended from bowling in international cricket until he corrects his bowling action, which has been deemed suspect.[8] Indian police accused Samuels of giving out team information to a known bookie prior to the 1st ODI between the West Indies and India in Nagpur on 21 January 2007. It was claimed that they have taped telephone conversations between a bookmaker, Mukesh Kochchar, and Samuels.[9] The transcript was later released by the police.[10] After a hearing into the matter, in May the International Cricket Council enforced a two-year ban on the 27-year-old for "receiving money, or benefit or other reward that could bring him or the game of cricket into disrepute".[11] Samuels maintained his innocence.

Return (2010–present)

Samuels' two-year ban expired on 9 May 2010 and subsequently returned to playing for Jamaica and West-Indian chief selector Clyde Butts stated that the door was open for Marlon Samuels to serve the West Indies in international cricket provided that he proves himself on the domestic circuit.[12] During the 2011 World Cup in February and March, all-rounder Dwayne Bravo suffered an injury and the West Indies Cricket Board asked Samuels to fly out to act as a replacement. Samuels declined, stating that he did not yet feel ready, but that he was targeting a return during India's tour of the West Indies in June and July.[13] The West Indies were knocked out in the quarter finals of the World Cup, and in the team's first engagement after was hosting Pakistan in April and May. When the T20I squad was announced four uncapped players were included and Samuels was recalled, marking a return to the squad for the first time since the expiration of his ban.[14] Samuels returned to the Test side for the second Test and scored a half-century in his first innings.[15]

The Bangladesh Cricket Board founded the six-team Bangladesh Premier League in 2012, a twenty20 tournament to be held in February that year.[16] An auction was held for teams to buy players,[17] and Samuels was bought by the Duronto Rajshahi for $360,000.[18] He was the team's highest run-scorer with 242 from 11 innings in the competition.[19] In February 2012, Samuels signed a contract with Pune Warriors India to play for them in the 2012 and 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL).[20] The 2012 IPL clashed with Australia's tour of the West Indies, and Samuels was granted permission to skip the three Test series and play in the league.[21] During the tournament he was reported for having a suspect bowling action, and suspended from bowling in the rest of the competition.[22]

Samuels was selected in the West Indies Test squad to tour England after the IPL.[21] In the first Test Samuels combined with Chanderpaul in a 157-run stand.[23] However, with England batting on the final day to win the match Samuels was asked to bowl. His part-time off spin was called upon as the West Indies had entered the match without a specialist spinner, while Shannon Gabriel was injured and Fidel Edwards ineffective.[24] Samuels scored his third Test century in his next innings,[25] and combined with captain Darren Sammy to score 204 runs, the second-highest partnership for the West Indies' seventh wicket.[26]

In October 2012 he was selected for the Melbourne Renegades in the 2012/2013 Big Bash T20 League.[27]

2012 ICC World Twenty20

Samuels was named man of the match in the final of the 2012 ICC World Twenty20, in which the West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 36 runs to claim the title.[28] He scored 78 off 56 balls, an innings which included six sixes and three fours.[29][30]

Personal life

He is the younger brother of Robert Samuels, also a West Indian cricketer.[31]

International centuries

Test centuries

Marlon Samuels' Test centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
1 104 13  India Kolkata, India Eden Gardens 2002 Drawn
2 105 27  South Africa Durban, South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground 2008 Lost
3 117 39  England Nottingham, England, United Kingdom Trent Bridge 2012 Lost
4 123 42  New Zealand Kingston, Jamaica Sabina Park 2012 Won
5 260 44  Bangladesh Khulna, Bangladesh Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium 2012 Won
6 101 54  South Africa Port Elizabeth, South Africa 2014 Drawn
7 103 57  England Grenada National Cricket Stadium 2015 Lost

One Day International centuries

Marlon Samuels' One Day International centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
1 108* 36  India Vijayawada, India Indira Gandhi Stadium 2002 Won
2 100* 78  Pakistan Multan, Pakistan Multan Cricket Stadium 2006 Won
3 101* 133  New Zealand Kingston, Jamaica Sabina Park 2012 Won
4 126 139  Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 2012 Won
5 106* 152  Pakistan Gros Islet, Saint Lucia Beausejour Stadium 2013 Lost
6 126* 159  India Kochi, India Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 2014 Won
7 112 161  India Dharamsala, India HPCA Stadium 2014 Lost
8 133* 169  Zimbabwe Canberra, Australia Manuka Oval 2015 Won

International Awards

Test Cricket

Man of the series awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Wisden Trophy 2012 386 runs. 5 wickets. (3 Matches)  England won the series 2-0.[32]

Man of the match awards

  • In this table Ct., refers to the Catches and St. refers to the Stumping
# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 1st Test – West Indies in South Africa Test Series 2007/08 1st Innings – 94. 2nd Innings - 40 ; 1/14 ; 1 ct.  West Indies won by 128 runs.[33]
2 2nd Test – New Zealand in West Indies Test Series 2012 1st Innings – 123 ; 0/2. 2nd Innings - 52.  West Indies won by 5 wickets.[34]
3 2nd Test – West Indies in Bangladesh Test Series 2012/13 1st Innings – 260; 0/15. 2nd Innings - DNB.  West Indies won by 10 wickets.[35]

One-Day International Cricket

Man of the series awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 Sri Lanka in West Indies 2003 130 runs, 3 wickets. (3 Matches)  Sri Lanka Won the series 2-0.[36]
2 West Indies in Bangladesh 2011/12 164 runs, 4 wickets. (3 Matches)  West Indies Won the series 2-1.[37]

Man of the Match awards

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 Zimbabwe Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 25 January 2001 68 (98 balls, 6x4, 1x6) ; 8-0-38-1  West Indies won by 77 runs (D/L).[38]
2 India Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada 24 November 2002 108* (75 balls, 11x4, 5x6) ; DNB  West Indies won by 135 runs.[39]
3 Sri Lanka Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown 11 June 2003 5-0-29-1; 2 run outs; 45* (38 balls, 1x3, 3x6)  West Indies won by 6 wickets (D/L).[40]
4 Pakistan Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan 13 December 2006 8.5-0-53-1; 100* (99 balls, 17x4, 1x6)  West Indies won by 7 wickets.[41]
5 India MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 27 January 2007 10-0-41-1; 98 (95 balls, 12x4, 1x6)  West Indies won by 3 wickets.[42]
6 Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 15 October 2011 50-0-24-1, 2ct. ; 88* (74 balls, 12x4, 1x6)  West Indies won by 8 wickets.[43]
7 New Zealand Sabina Park, Kingston 7 July 2012 101* (103 balls, 7x4, 1x6); 8-0-46-2, 1 ct.  West Indies won by 55 runs.[44]
8 Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka 5 December 2012 1-0-7-0; 126 (149 balls, 17x4, 2x6)  West Indies won by 4 wickets.[45]
9 Pakistan Beausejour Cricket Ground, Gros Islet 21 July 2013 106* (104 balls, 9x4, 4x6); 3-0-26-0  West Indies won by 6 wickets (D/L).[46]
10 India Nehru Stadium, Kochi 8 October 2014 126* (116 balls, 11x4, 4x6); 3-0-10-2  West Indies won by 124 runs.[47]

Twenty20 International Cricket

Man of the match awards

# Series Season Match Performance Result
1 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Final (WIN vs SL) in Sri Lanka 2012 78 (56 balls, 3x4, 6x6); 4-0-15-1.  West Indies won World Cup by 36 runs.[48]
2 West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2012/13 in Bangladesh 2012/13 85* (43 balls, 3x4, 9x6); 4-0-32-0  West Indies won by 18 runs.[49]
3 England tour of West Indies, 2013/14 in West Indies 2013/14 69* (46 balls, 10x4, 1x6); 4-0-21-2.  West Indies won by 27 runs.[50]

References

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  2. ^ http://cplt20.com/news/caribbean-premier-league-announces-exciting-plans-tournament
  3. ^ Samuels creams 257 in mammoth Windies total, ESPNcricinfo, 29 October 2005, retrieved 22 May 2012 
  4. ^ Queensland escape with a draw, ESPNcricinfo, 30 October 2005, retrieved 22 May 2012 
  5. ^ English, Peter (29 November 2005), Bravo and Ramdin provide the hope, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 22 May 2005 
  6. ^ Samuels dropped for England tour, BBC Sport, 2 May 2007, retrieved 17 May 2012 
  7. ^ Depleted Windies send for Samuels, BBC Sport, 31 May 2007, retrieved 17 May 2012 
  8. ^ Samuels issued with bowling ban BBC News retrieved 25 February 2008
  9. ^ ICC team to go to Nagpur for Samuels probe Cricinfo retrieved 25 February 2008
  10. ^ Samuels in conversation with Kochar Cricinfo retrieved 25 February 2008
  11. ^ Samuels found guilty of violating ICC Code, ESPNcricinfo, 13 May 2008, retrieved 28 May 2012 
  12. ^ http://www.cricinfo.com/westindies/content/story/461357.html
  13. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/icc_cricket_worldcup2011/content/current/story/503722.html
  14. ^ Samuels return after two and half years in new look squad, ESPNcricinfo, 6 April 2011, retrieved 17 May 2012 
  15. ^ Samuels 'not totally satisfied' with Test return, ESPNcricinfo, 21 May 2011, retrieved 17 May 2012 
  16. ^ Engineer, Tariq (28 December 2011), Bangladesh Premier League to begin on February 9, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 20 January 2012 
  17. ^ Isam, Mohammad (19 January 2012), Afridi and Gayle fetch highest BPL prices, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 20 January 2012 
  18. ^ Bangladesh Premier League: players standing after auction (PDF), ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 20 January 2012 
  19. ^ Bangladesh Premier League, 2011/12 / Records / Most runs, ESPNcricinfo, retrieved 21 March 2012 
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  28. ^ West Indies' Marlon Samuels seals World Twenty20 win over Sri Lanka. The Guardian. 7 October 2012. Retrieved on 7 October 2012.
  29. ^ Samuels, Sammy give WI first world title since 1979. Cricinfo. 7 October 2012. Retrieved on 7 October 2012.
  30. ^ "Samuels special the spur for epic West Indies win". Wisden India. 7 October 2012. 
  31. ^ Marlon Samuels profile espncricinfo.com Retrieved 30 March 2012
  32. ^ "The Wisdon Trophy, 2012".  
  33. ^ "West Indies tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa, 2007/08 – Scorecard of 1st Test".  
  34. ^ "New Zealand tour of United States of America and West Indies, 2012 – Scorecard of 2nd Test".  
  35. ^ "West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2012/13 – Scorecard of 2nd Test".  
  36. ^ "Sri Lanka tour of West Indies, 2003".  
  37. ^ "West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2011/12".  
  38. ^ "Carlton Series, 2000/01 – Scorecard of 7th match".  
  39. ^ "West Indies tour of India, 2002/03 – Scorecard of 7th match".  
  40. ^ "Sri Lanka tour of West Indies, 2003 – Scorecard of 3rd match".  
  41. ^ "West Indies tour of Pakistan, 2006/07 – Scorecard of 4th match".  
  42. ^ "West Indies tour of India, 2006/07 – Scorecard of 3rd match".  
  43. ^ "West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2011/12 – Scorecard of 2nd match".  
  44. ^ "New Zealand tour of United States of America and West Indies, 2012 – Scorecard of 2nd match".  
  45. ^ "West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2012/13 – Scorecard of 3rd match".  
  46. ^ "Pakistan tour of West Indies, 2013 – Scorecard of 4th match".  
  47. ^ "West Indies tour of India, 2014/15 – Scorecard of 1st match".  
  48. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/533298.html
  49. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/587476.html
  50. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/636536.html

External links

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