Full name Keith Lloyd Thomas Arthurton
Born February 21, 1965, Charlestown, Nevis
Current age 50 years 162 days
Major teams West Indies, Buckinghamshire, Leeward Islands, Marylebone Cricket Club
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|Test debut||England v West Indies at Leeds, Jul 21-26, 1988 scorecard|
|Last Test||England v West Indies at Nottingham, Aug 10-14, 1995 scorecard|
|ODI debut||Pakistan v West Indies at Sharjah, Oct 22, 1988 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Pakistan v West Indies at Bristol, May 16, 1999 scorecard|
|First-class span||1985/86 - 1999/00|
|List A span||1985/86 - 2000/01|
Life at the top was a mixed bag for Keith Arthurton. A dashing left-hander and an outstanding cover fielder, he certainly had his moments: an unbeaten 157 at Brisbane in 1992-93, a century against England in Jamaica in 1993-94, and a flurry of strutting seventies. But for all the bluster, Arthurton - only the third Test player from the small island of Nevis - was never quite as good as his Caribbean predecessors: he made eight ducks in 33 Tests, and his international career never recovered from a horrible 1996 World Cup, in which he made two runs in five innings.
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