Craig Wishart

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Craig Wishart
Personal information
Full name Craig Brian Wishart
Born (1974-01-09) 9 January 1974 (age 44)
Salisbury, Rhodesia
Batting Right-hand bat
Bowling Right-arm offbreak
Role Batsman
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 29) 13 October 1995 v South Africa
Last Test 15 August 2005 v New Zealand
ODI debut (cap 44) 26 August 1996 v Australia
Last ODI 24 August 2005 v New Zealand
Domestic team information
Years Team
1994–1999 Mashonaland
2000–2005 Midlands
Career statistics
Competition Test ODIs
Matches 27 90
Runs scored 1,098 1,719
Batting average 22.40 23.22
100s/50s 1/5 2/5
Top score 114 172*
Balls bowled 12
Wickets
Bowling average
5 wickets in innings
10 wickets in match n/a
Best bowling
Catches/stumpings 15/- 26/-
Source: Cricinfo, 11 February 2017

Craig Brian Wishart (born 9 January 1974) is a former Zimbabwean cricketer, who played Tests and ODIs for 10 years. He played domestic cricket for Mashonaland and Midlands as well as the Zimbabwean national team.

Currently he is self-employed in Zimbabwe and plays social cricket there.

International career

Wishart made his Test debut in 1995 in Harare. He has a Test record batting score of 114, with a 22.40 batting average, and a one-day record batting score of 172 not out, achieved against Namibia in the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the sixth highest in World Cup history and the highest scored by a Zimbabwean player in ODIs.[1][2]

Wishart retired in 2005, citing "stress from the problems in local cricket", and was one of a number of senior internationals to announce their retirements in protest of the local governing body's controversial decisions during the early 2000s.[3]

International centuries

Test centuries

Test centuries of Craig Wishart
No Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Start date Result
[1] 114 18  Bangladesh Bangladesh Chittagong, Bangladesh MA Aziz Stadium 15 November 2001 Won

ODI centuries

One Day International centuries of Craig Wishart
No Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Date Result
[1] 102 30  India Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 30 September 1998 Won
[2] 172* 73  Namibia Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 10 February 2003 Won

International awards

One Day International Cricket

Man of the Match awards

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 India Harare Sports Club, Harare 30 September 1998 102 (124 balls, 4x4, 2x6)  Zimbabwe won by 37 runs.[4]
2 Bangladesh MA Aziz Stadium, Chittagong 23 November 2001 79* (91 balls, 11x4, 2x6)  Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets.[5]
3 Namibia Harare Sports Club, Harare 10 February 2003 172* (151 balls, 18x4, 3x6) ; 1 ct.  Zimbabwe won by 86 runs (D/L).[6]

References

  1. ^ "Zimbabwe beat Namibia and the weather". Cricinfo. 10 February 2003. 
  2. ^ "Wishart inspires Zimbabwe victory". Daily Telegraph. 10 February 2003. 
  3. ^ "Wishart quits as problems grow". Cricinfo. 30 September 2005. 
  4. ^ "1998–1999 Zimbabwe v India – 3rd Match – Harare". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 16 August 2015. 
  5. ^ "2001-2002 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe - 1st Match - Chittagong". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 16 August 2015. 
  6. ^ "2002-2003 ICC World Cup - 2nd Match - Zimbabwe v Namibia - Harare". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 16 August 2015. 

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