Full name Keith Lamont Paton Sheridan
Born March 26, 1971, Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Current age 46 years 0 days
Major teams Scotland
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|First-class span||1992 - 1998|
|List A span||1992 - 1999|
Keith was one of Sotland's youngest ever caps when he played his first match for his country in 1989 (against M.C.C.) after having been the prodigy of the previous national coach Omar Henry. He has now gained a total of 33 caps with a best bowling performance of 5 for 48 against Transvaal University during the national side's tour of Johannesburg in 1992. An opening bat in club cricket he is more usually asked to bring up the tail for the national side thereby accounting for a top score of only 16. A civil engineer by profession Keith has recently "emigrated" to England!
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