|Full Name:||Shane Omari Dowrich|
|Playing For :||West Indies|
|Date of Birth:||October 30, 1991|
|Age:||29 Years Old (as in 2020)|
Shane Dowrich's Cricket Stats
# Batting Career Summary
# Wicketkeeping Career Summary
Shane Dowrich's Career Statistics
|– Test Debut||vs Australia at Windsor Park, Jun 03, 2015|
|– ODI Debut||vs Bangladesh at Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, May 07, 2019|
Shane Dowrich's Biography
Shane Dowrich mainly plays in the team as a wicketkeeper-batsman, and is a prolific Right-hand bat-handed batsman, having scored plenty of runs for the teams, both in domestic and international cricket. He is a brilliant wicket-keeper and is very effective behind the stumps, taking some great catches and affecting some stumping.
Shane Dowrich plays for the West Indies National Cricket Team ODI/T20/Test format. He represents West Indies, Barbados, Barbados Tridents, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, West Indies A, West Indies Cricket Board President’s XI, West Indies Under-19s team in domestic cricket.
Shane Dowrich has taken over 376 catches and affected 36 stumpings, playing for the West Indies National Cricket Team. Shane Dowrich Teams Represented- West Indies, Barbados, Barbados Tridents, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, West Indies A, West Indies Cricket Board President’s XI, West Indies Under-19s.
Shane Dowrich's Domestic Career
Shane Dowrich was born on October 30, 1991, in Barbados. Shane Dowrich went to the Combermere School for his higher education, where he evolved an absorption in cricket. Shane Dowrich was also linked with YMPC Cricket Club and his consistent performance in the domestic club matches gave him a chance to be a part of the West Indies U-19 Team in the 2010 U-19 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Shane Dowrich was one of the four players from Barbados who were picked for the Under – 19 World Cup in 2010. He was also the second-highest run-getter for West Indies with 229 runs from 6 games with a magnificent strike-rate of more than 100. Shane showed some capability, averaging 41 in the TCL Group West Indies Challenge tournament staged in Jamaica in December 2009.
Shane Dowrich also received the Lord Gavron Award for his performance in the World Cup (229 runs) and played for Sefton Park in the 2012 season of English District Cricket, where he scored 733 runs at an average of 52.35 per innings.
Shane Dowrich's International Career
Shane Dowrich’s selection in the national team came on the back for his performances in the 2014-15 domestic season, where Shane scored 615 runs in just 10 matches at an average of 51.25. With having a good domestic season and with his stats from the previous domestic season, Dowrich’s combined average was above 50, and hence, Shivnarine Chanderpaul lost his place in the side to Shane. Shane Dowrich made his Test debut against Australia in June 2015.
Where Shane scored 15 runs in the first inning and 70 runs in the second innings but ended up suffering the loss as Australia won the match by 9 wickets. Dowrich has a close-packed tactic which helps him generate more runs. Someone who puts a huge price on his wicket, the miniature batsman scored a well made 74 in the second Test against the touring Indians to help Windies save a Test.
In 2006, Shane was selected one more time for the tour against Pakistan, West-indies started the session very badly and they were 67 for 5 when Shane Dowrich took responsibility to lead west indies home in a thriller game. In which his 107 runs, more importantly not out, in the second innings which came in an 87-run partnership with Kraigg Brathwaite at Sharjah helped Windies topple Pakistan in a Test.
Dowrich carries on with to help and redeem his side from maddening situations but like any cricketer, Dowrich went through a tough phase where he could not score runs. he lost form and only found it back when he scored his first century against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo in August 2017.
He had a 212-run partnership with Jason Holder to put it across the Zimbabweans. Since then Dowrich has been a regular in the Test side and has followed that century with tons against Sri Lanka and England. Windies selector board had shown immense trust in Shane Dowrich and have faith he’ll do better in the future as well.
In June 2020, Shane Dorwich was named in the West Indies’ Test squad, for their series against England. The Test series was originally scheduled to start in May 2020 but was moved back to July 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shane Dorwich's Net worth
|Estimated Net Worth in 2019||$1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2018)||$100,000 – $1 Million|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Cricketer (profession).|
Shane Dowrich's Achievements
Shane Dowrich received the Lord Gavron Award for his performance in the World Cup.