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Sheldon Cottrell was born on 19-08-1989 in Kingston, Jamaica. He’s a West Indies Cricket Player.
|Other Name:||Sheldon Shane Cottrell|
Sheldon Cottrell Biography, Relationship & Career
Sheldon Cotrell was working with Jamaican Defence Force soldier before becoming an actor. He was interested in cricket from a really young age and learned the art of fast bowling by himself. He came to the limelight following a spectacular 2012-13 national season.
A tall, muscular guy who bowls with some fantastic pace and accuracy was given a chance for the Windies team when West Indies toured India in 2013. He had a forgettable outing as it was about Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell series and he was barely noticed. The next year, he left his T20I introduction when West Indies toured England in 2014. Together with his slingy action, he became hard to select and soon developed himself into a white ball pro cricketer. He made his ODI debut in 2015 but has played only a handful of games for his national team. He was though contained in the Windies team which was chosen for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. He had a fantastic outing in the World Cup and with his short balls, he bothered the finest in the company and became a force to reckon with.
He symbolizes St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots from the Caribbean Premier League. He’s been their main strike bowler for 4 decades now and is arguably among the finest fast bowler which West Indies have generated in the last few decades.
He had been born to Shane Cotrell.
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|Hobbies||Playing Sports and Listening to Music|
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- His teammates join him after he takes a wicket for his compliments party.
- After Jos Butler saluted him after he hit a massive six to him.
- The pace and the slingy action prompted the selectors and team management to include him in the playing XI before Kemar Roach from the World Cup.