Fun Facts on Andre Russell

Andre Russell has earned the reputation as of the most prominent limited over cricketers in the West Indies and the world. With the ball in his hand, he can consistently clock 140kph and can hit some crunch shots as a lower middle order batsman and also makes his presence felt in the outfield with his electrifying fielding abilities.

Enter the world of Andre Russell

  1. Andre Dwyane Russell Aka “Russell”, “Dre Russ”.
  2. 90217107-stock-vector-vector-cute-little-african-american-baby-boys-wearing-christmas-clothes- born April 29, 1988
  3. images Fast bowler and aggressive lower-order batsman
  4. 130125 Russell made his Test cricket debut against Sri Lanka in November 2010
  5. 143992.2 He made his ODI debut in the 2011 Cricket World Cup match against Ireland at Mohali. He took 1/37
  6. Andre-Russell.jpgDuring the 2012 IPL (Indian Premier League) Players auction, he was brought by 77 for a sum of $450,000.
  7. Andre-Russell.jpg His initial all-around performance for West Indies got the cricketers instant attention and impressed like likes of   who counted him as of the future players to watch out for

    Sir Vivian Richards Former West Indies Batsman
    Sir Vivian Richards
  8. maxresdefault Russell was part of two World Cup winning team (2012 & 2016), both titles came in the T20 format.
  9. unnamed In 2014 Russell began a second career as a recording artist under the name “Dre Russ” with two singles set for release in November, one a collaboration with Beenie Man.
  10. Big Bash League - Renegades v Thunder Russell is a very colourful personality. Apart from making his presence felt with his spectacular performances, he is also recognized for his unique, funky hairstyles.
  11. andre-russell-marriage-3007 Andre Russell engaged his longtime girlfriend Jassym Lora, the pair got married in July 2016.
  12. Andre Caribbean Premier League Cricket CPL 2018 will see Andre Russell Captain Jamaica Tallawahs. Good luck with the season.


One Comment Add yours

  1. There is more to life than many of these players just sticking to playing cricket lovely cricket other sport people do it so why can’t our cricketers as far as I see it we have become very backward in our way of approaching sports within the Caribbean. We need to be forward thinking as it relates to sports and remember that we cannot just stick to one thing and expect that to bring in all the income we need.


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