Jerome Jones      

Full name Jerome Jermain Jones

Born January 26, 1995, Barbados

Current age 22 years 358 days

Major teams Barbados Under-19s, West Indies Under-19s

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Left-arm medium

Jerome Jermain Jones
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0/71, 4 W Indies U19 v India U19 Sharjah 27 Feb 2014 YODI # 977 Insights on
20, 1/33 W Indies U19 v Aust U19 Dubai (DSC) 23 Feb 2014 YODI # 962 Insights on
2/57 W Indies U19 v Canada U19 Abu Dhabi 18 Feb 2014 YODI # 949 Insights on
2/13 W Indies U19 v Zim U19 Abu Dhabi 16 Feb 2014 YODI # 943 Insights on
1/28, 0 W Indies U19 v S Africa U19 Dubai (DSC) 14 Feb 2014 YODI # 936 Insights on
1/32 W Indies U19 v NZ U19 Dubai 12 Feb 2014 Other OD
3/12 W Indies U19 v Afghan U19 ICCA 2 Dubai 10 Feb 2014 Other OD
1/68, 14* W Indies U19 v B'desh U19 Chittagong 6 Dec 2013 YODI # 921 Insights on
2/17 W Indies U19 v B'desh U19 Chittagong 4 Dec 2013 Other OD
5/23, 0 W Indies U19 v B'desh U19 Georgetown 21 Oct 2013 YODI # 920 Insights on
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Oct 21, 2013

Jerome Jones celebrates his hat-trick, West Indies Under-19s v Bangladesh Under-19s, 7th Youth ODI, Guyana, October 21, 2013

Jerome Jones celebrates his hat-trick


Aug 12, 2012

Jerome Jones picked up two wickets, India v West Indies, Group C, ICC Under-19 World Cup 2012, Townsville, August 12, 2012

Jerome Jones picked up two wickets

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