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Graeme Cremer
Graeme Cremer
QUICK FACTS
  • Nick Name: NULL
    Batting Style: Right Handed
  • DOB: 19th Sep 1986
    Bowling Style: Leg break
  • TEAM:
  • Zimbabwe, Mid West Rhinos, Zimbabwe A, Quetta Gladiators
CAREER STATS
BATTING & FIELDING
Mat Inns NO Runs Avge HS BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 16 32 3 472 16.28 102* 1380 34.2 1 0 43 2 11 0
ODIs 80 56 17 610 15.64 58 942 64.76 0 1 41 5 29 0
T20is 27 18 6 65 5.42 17 93 69.89 0 0 2 0 6 0
First Class 84 143 25 2770 23.47 171* 5888 47.04 3 10 277 10 61 0
List A 144 109 35 1612 21.78 63 2223 72.51 0 4 117 17 47 0
T20s 73 46 14 412 12.88 36* 418 98.56 0 0 23 5 13 0
BOWLING
Mat Inns Balls Mdns Runs Wkts Avge Eco SR BBI 4w 5w 10
Tests 16 23 3447 54 2199 46 47.8 3.83 74.93 5/125 4 1 0
ODIs 80 80 3858 24 2991 94 31.82 4.65 41.04 6/46 2 3 0
T20is 27 26 534 1 622 33 18.85 6.99 16.18 3/11 0 0 0
First Class 84 141 18160 511 9793 344 28.47 3.24 52.79 8/61 22 17 3
List A 144 142 7035 57 5168 195 26.5 4.41 36.08 6/33 5 4 0
T20s 73 71 1545 2 1666 78 21.36 6.47 19.81 4/17 1 0 0
PROFILE

A classical legspinner with a high action, Graeme Cremer has made a good fist of mastering a difficult art and still has his best years ahead of him. Like many of Zimbabwe's players he was thrown in at the deep end with a Test debut at the age of 18, when he did well under the circumstances. Most impressive was his ability to survive a hammering - a key attribute for any wrist spinner - as seen when he was pummeled by the South African batsmen, but stuck to his task and ended day one of the first Test with the extraordinary figures of 9-0-86-3, which included the wickets of Graeme Smith, AB de Villiers and Jacques Kallis. Zimbabwe's subsequent Test exile gave him time to develop his game, and he emerged an improved bowler in his next international series - against Kenya in 2009. Since then he has honed his one-day game and become an exciting presence in the Zimbabwe side. Knee surgery kept him out of the game for Zimbabwe's home Tests in 2011, but he returned in time to take on New Zealand in January 2012. Cremer also has good technique with the bat, which has seen him post a first-class score of 171 not out.

  • Last Updated: 7th Mar 2016
  • Author: Tristan Holme
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