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Following sheer hard work and determination within the West Indies home circuit, a ton of age-bunch cricket and a few other 'A' excursions later, Rahkeem Cornwall has disregarding everything was allowed a chance to grace the world circuit.


On Friday, Cornwall was picked up from previous West Indies pacer Corey Collymore as he was once incorporated inside the partaking in 11 for the subsequent Test towards India at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.

Chatting on the hurl, Windies captain Jason Holder presented that the 'mountain man' Rahkeem Cornwall will make his presentation for the perspective, close by Jahmar Hamilton.


Cornwall, who stands at 6 feet five-inch and weighs 140 kilos is the heaviest cricketer to play Test cricket. The bowling-allrounder outperformed former Australia chief Warwick Armstrong, who weighed 133-139 kg, to arrive at the accomplishment.

The player didn't play the principal Test in Antigua when the hosts have been overpowered by team India within 4 days.

Anyway in his introduction match, Cornwall was once considering Indian wickets to fall inside the primary session of play as India scored 72 runs for two wickets in 30 overs.


Opener KL Rahul was once stuck by  Cornwall at the outset slip for 13 after he edged a Jason Holder supply. Rapidly after, Cornwall asserted his first world wicket when the spinner had Cheteshwar Pujara stuck at a level for 6.


by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, Aug 31 - 02:50 PM

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