Matches (13)
AFG v IRE (1)
NZ v AUS (1)
WCL 2 (1)
Nepal Tri-Nation (1)
BPL 2024 (1)
WPL (1)
Sheffield Shield (3)
Durham in ZIM (1)
CWC Play-off (3)

Full Name

Roger Michael Humphrey Binny

Born

July 19, 1955, Bangalore, Karnataka

Age

68y 226d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Bowling Allrounder

RELATIONS

(son)

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Coach

A versatile allrounder, Roger Binny proved his value to the Indian team in both Test cricket and the one-day game. He was capable of rescuing India, like he did while scoring 83 not out and sharing a record 155 run seventh-wicket partnership with Madan Lal against Pakistan at Bangalore in 1983. He was capable of bowling India to victory, as he did in taking seven wickets in the match at Headingley in 1986. Or when with a spell of 4 for 9 in 30 balls towards his best Test figures of 6 for 56, he pushed Pakistan to the wall at Calcutta in 1987. But there is no doubt that Binny's most outstanding feats were associated with limited overs cricket - and more specifically the 1983 World Cup. He played a leading role in India's victorious campaign taking 18 wickets, then the record in the competition.

Tall and athletically built, Binny was an aggressive batsman who could either open the innings or go in the middle order, was a medium-pace bowler who could swing the ball both ways - and was particularly effective in English conditions - and an excellent field. He first made his mark when putting on a record unbroken partnership of 451 runs for the first wicket with Sanjay Desai in the Ranji Trophy game against Kerala in 1977-78, his share being 211. He was generally in and out of the Indian team but whenever he was persevered with, he proved his value. With the ball, he was capable of destructive spells like when he dismissed Majid Khan, Zaheer Abbas and Miandad at Bombay in 1979 to put Pakistan on the backfoot or when he dismissed Greenidge, Haynes and Richards to rock the West Indies at Ahmedabad in 1983. A Karnataka stalwart for several years, Binny later made his mark as a coach and was given a lot of credit for the victory of the Under-19 team in the World Cup in Sri Lanka in January 2000. He was made Bengal coach in 2007, and was part of the Karnataka State Cricket Association management when appointed national selector in September 2012.
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Roger Binny Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Tests273828701534476/568/10132.633.2061.0020
ODIs726729572260774/294/2929.354.5838.4300
FC136-1369573862058/22-36.023.2366.8-50
List A113-502337691224/294/2930.894.5041.1300

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s6sCtSt
Tests2741583083*23.05--055110
ODIs7249106295716.12104660.1301-120
FC136215226579211*34.08--1433-910
List A113871410386914.21--05-250
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Debut/Last Matches of Roger Binny

Recent Matches of Roger Binny

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
South Zone vs North Zone141/2628-Jan-1989KanpurList A
South Zone vs West Zone62*0/1925-Jan-1989KanpurList A
South Zone vs West Zone260/19 & 2/2216-Sep-1988FaridabadFC
India vs Australia01/4609-Oct-1987ChennaiODI # 453
India vs Pakistan1 & 150/2513-Mar-1987BengaluruTest # 1073

Photos of Roger Binny

PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf with BCCI president Roger Binny and vice president Rajeev Shukla in Lahore
BCCI secretary Jay Shah and president Roger Binny walk out
Roger Binny, Arun Dhumal, Rajeev Shukla, Devajit Saikia, Jay Shah look on during the auction
Roger Binny at the Women's Premier League auction
The BCCI's top brass: Roger Binny, Jay Shah, Rajiv Shukla, Ashish Shelar
Roger Binny at he BCCI's annual general meeting