94 Veerasammy Permaul

Veerasammy Permaul Cricket Player
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Veerasammy Permaul, a Guyanese professional cricket player, was born on August 11, 1989. Permaul played test cricket for the west indies and play domestic cricket for Guyana in both formats he show excellent skills.

In Nov 2012 at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, He start his test debut against the Bangladesh team. In both domestic and international cricket, he has taken a lot of wickets for the team. He can bat later in the lineup and has given the team some important runs.

Full Name Veerasammy Permaul
Nick Name Veerasammy
Birthday August 11, 1989
Birthplace Guyana
Age 33 Years
Zodiac Sign  Leo
Nationality Guyanese
Profession Cricketer
Hometown Albion, Guyana

Cricket Info

Batting Style Right-hand bat
Role Bowler
Bowling Style Slow Left arm Orthodox
Jersy/Shirt Number 94
Teams Guyana, Jamaica Tallawahs, West Indies A. WI U-19, West Indies, Guyana Amazon Warriors
Coach & Mentor Under Review

Veerasammy Permaul Family

Mother Name Waynumattie Permaul
Father Name Avemanen Permaul
Siblings Sewnarine Chattergoon
Wife/Spouse Not Known
Martial Status Married
Children’s No. 2

Physical Measurements

Height 155 cm
Weight 75 Kg
Chest Size 40
Waist Size 10
Biceps Size 32
Shoe Size 9 US
Hair Color Black
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Brown

Veerasammy Permaul Net Worth

Net Worth $1.5 Million
House Not Known
Source of Income Playing Cricket
Salary Updating Soon

Favorites Things

Food Meat Pies
Color Blue
Footballer Lionel Messi
Cricketer David Borchers
Actor Lars Mikkelsen
Actress Cate Blanchett
Movie Freedom Fields,
Song About Damn Time
Pet-Animal Cat
Hobbies playing cricket,

Permaul Education

School High School
College Not Known
Qualification Not Known

Career

Permaul, a resident of Berbice, has been a member of the Community Centre Cricket Club since 2002.  He played his maiden game of first-class cricket for Guyana in the 2006–2007 regional four-day tournament.  In a home series against India A in 2012, he served as captain of the West Indies A squad.

In 2016, he dropped out of the Caribbean Premier League, and in the 2017 season, he was re-selected by the Guyana Amazon Warriors.

International Career

In March 2017, he was chosen to play for the West Indies squad against Pakistan in a twenty-international series. In 2017-18He played as a bowler for Guyana’s team against the Leeward Islands in a 4-day domestic tournament. He make a record of getting 25 wickets in first-class cricket.

His 50 dismissals from 10 games put him in first place for the tournament’s most wickets. He was added to the West Indies team for playing T20I against the Pakistan Cricket team in 2018.

He appeared in his debut T20I game for the West Indies vs Pakistan on April 1, 2018. He suffered a personal injury, though, and was forced to withdraw from the West Indies team for the following two matches.

In Oct 2019, Veerasammy Permaul was selected for Guyana’s team for the Regional Super50 League season 2019-20. Permaul grabbed 15 wickets for 77 runs in the match against Jamaica in the 2019–20 West Indies Cup in February 2020.

Since 1966, these were the West Indies’ second-best match statistics in a domestic first-class match. With fifty dismissals in eight games, he was the tournament’s top wicket-taker.

He was included on the Jamaica Tallawahs roster for the 2020 Caribbean Premier League in July of that year.

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