Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Test Debut vs India at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Jul 21, 2016
ODI Debut vs Afghanistan at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Jun 09, 2017
T20 Debut NA
IPL Debut NA
- West Indies Cricket Board President XI
- West Indies
- West Indies A
- Barbados Tridents
- WI Brathwaite XI
- St Lucia Zouks
- West Indians
Roston Chase overview
Roston Chase is a West Indian national cricketer. In the country's domestic cricket Roston Chase represents Barbados. Being an all-rounder Roston Chase is a right-handed batsman as well as a right-arm off-spin bowler. West Indies Cricketers' Association awarded him the best cricketer of the year and Test cricketer of the year in 2017.
Roston Chase has the Best Limited Overs cricketers' award from Cricket West Indies in June 2018 and before the impending Caribbean Premier League, started in October 2018, Roston Chase's name was projected and marketed among the key five players to watch in the League. Roston Chase was chosen the vice-captain of the West Indies team in the forthcoming Test series against New Zealand.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Only at the age of 18, Roston Chase impressed his country's cricket fraternity, ensuring a berth in the Barbados senior team for the Regional Four-day competition in 2010-11. But during that time, despite being in the team he could participate in two matches only and was not seen in action till the 2012-13 competition. In the very next season in 2014-15, Roston Chase struck his inaugural first-class century, scoring unbeaten 120 off 241 balls against the Windward Islands, and then on an inspiring note, Roston Chase struck 534 runs in only eight matches in the season, guiding himself to settle himself as the fourth batsman of Barbados and eighth in the competition on the whole. Roston Chase maintained his consistent form with Barbados in the next season also in 2015-16, acquiring the man-of-the-match award against the Leeward Islands with an unbeaten 136 in his team's opening innings.
Roston Chase made his debut in One-Day International (ODI) in 2017 against Afghanistan. But on his debut he failed to impress, scoring zero with the bat and was not able to capture a wicket with the ball. In the limited over cricket, Roston Chase has taken part in 30 matches and scored 520 runs. He is yet to make a hundred in one-day international cricket.
Already two years before earning a Red-ball contract from Cricket West Indies for 2018-19 Roston Chase got the national cap, being selected in the West Indies senior squad in a Test series against India. He made his Test debut against India in July 2016 and in the second Test match only, Roston Chase registered a memorable five-wicket haul and hit a century to ward off a strong Indian bowling attack. Chase was a debutant in a one-day international match for West Indies against Afghanistan on 9th June in 2017. Just two years after the debut, the 28-year old Roston Chase created history. On 26th January 2019, he alone destroyed touring England in the first Test that took place in Bridgetown. With the variation of length and line as well as the flight of the ball Roston Chase registered his best figures so far by capturing eight wickets at the cost of only 60 runs in 21.4 overs. The right-arm off-spinner, surpassing the best of legendry leg-spinner Shane Warne whose figure was eight wickets for 61 runs, guided West Indies to a 381-run victory against England. It was the biggest margin of Test victory by the West Indies on home soil. The team's victory with such huge runs happened last in Adelaide against Australia in 1980 where West Indies won by 408 runs and before the team's last triumph with such huge runs took place in Manchester against England as West Indies won by 425 runs. The all-rounder has participated in 35 Tests in the last four years for his country and scored 1852 runs at an average of 30.86 has captured 69 wickets also. Roston Chase has struck three centuries in Test cricket so far.