Full Name

Jeremy Paul Bray


November 30, 1973, Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales


50y 229d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Fielding Position

Occasional Wicketkeeper

Although the 2007 World Cricket League in Kenya was a disappointment for Ireland, Bray returned with a one-day century to his name when he hit 116 from 136 against Scotland. It came in a losing cause but enhanced the notion that Ireland have as strong a batting line-up as any of the associate nations. He was born in Australia and represented New South Wales and Australia Under-19s. He was Player of the Tournament in the 1992-93 Australian Under-19 Cricket Championships in Brisbane and top scored for Ireland with 71 in their famous win against the West Indies in 2004. He held the highest ever first-class score by an Irishman with his 190 against the UAE in the 2005 Intercontinental Cup until Eoin Morgan surpassed that with his double century against the same opponents earlier this year. A powerful hundred against Zimbabwe in the 2007 World Cup - a match tied - was followed by limp performances thereafter, though, as the Full Member nations exposed his weakness against short-pitched fast bowling. He quit international cricket in 2010 at the age of 36, saying he wasn't confident of maintaining his fitness.
Will Luke January 2010

Jeremy Bray Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A4544196211622.37--24--242


List A45-000-----000
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Denmark coach Jeremy Bray flicks a ball in the air as he gets set to begin warmups
Ireland's Jeremy Bray has his stumps rearranged
Team-mates mob Mashrafe Mortaza after the fall of Jeremy Bray's wicket
Jeremy Bray is castled by Sulieman Benn
Man of the Match Jeremy Bray
Jeremy Bray cracks one of 26 fours in his hundred