Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style NA
Test Debut NA
ODI Debut vs Afghanistan at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Nov 11, 2019
T20 Debut vs Afghanistan at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Nov 14, 2019
IPL Debut NA
- West Indies U19
- St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
- CWI B Team
- Guyana Amazon Warriors
- West Indies A
- West Indies
- West Indies Cricket Board President XI
Brandon King overview
Brandon King was born on 16th December 1994 at Kingstown in Jamaica.
The right-hand West Indian batsman represents Jamaica in domestic cricket. He also possesses a typical style of swashbuckling batting with an aggressive brand of game.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Brandon King made his first-class debut in the Regional Four-day Competition in 2015 and in his maiden first-class appearance King drew attention by scoring 71 off 81 balls from 127 balls including 7 fours and 6 big sixes with a strike rate of 87.65 in the first innings of the match. Even in the second innings King failing to score big runs made only 20 runs but off 20 deliveries with the striker rate of 100. In such a brief innings King hit 3 fours. King has scored 1867 runs so far from his 31 first-class matches including 2 hundreds and 12 fifties. However, King's debut in the List 'A' cricket against Trinidad & Tobago at Port of Spain was not impressive as he struck only 26 runs after playing 48 balls. Brandon King has scored 548 runs from his 26 List 'A' matches where his highest score was 48.
King was selected in the senior West Indies side for the first time to take part in One-Day International (ODI) against Afghanistan. The ODI was played at Lucknow in India. West Indies won the match by five wickets with eight balls remaining and Brandon King in his debut made 39 from 56 deliveries including 5 fours and a big six. King has so far taken part in 4 ODIs and amassed 97 runs with the highest score of 39 against Afghanistan. King participated in his last ODI this year against Ireland at St. George’s where he was not able to execute big runs. He scored 38 from 43 deliveries including 4 fours and a six. West Indies won by five wickets on the Duckworth and Lewis method with 64 balls remaining. King also failed to live up to expectation as he scored only 58 runs from his three ODIs against Ireland.