Full Name

Kyle Malcolm Jarvis

Born

February 16, 1989, Harare

Age

32y 250d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm fast medium

Playing Role

Bowler

relations

(father)

TEAMS

Tall and muscular, Kyle Jarvis is equipped with raw pace. The son of former Zimbabwe player, Malcolm Jarvis, Jarvis was the chief strike bowler for Zimbabwe at the Under-19 World Cup in 2008, and was fast-tracked into the national side after the appointment of Heath Streak as bowling coach. Jarvis was blooded in the home series against Kenya, and in this and subsequent one-day series in Bangladesh and South Africa, he impressed many with his pace, touching 145kph at times. He lacked control, however, and tended to be expensive, although he continued to pick up wickets. Jarvis made his first-class debut in an Intercontinental Cup game against Kenya in October 2009, and took 6 for 60 in his first Logan Cup game for the Mashonaland Eagles. Jarvis was included in Zimbabwe's squad for the tour of the West Indies in 2009-10, but withdrew from the tour with a stress fracture of the lower back. A keen sportsman, he has also played rugby for the Zimbabwe U-19s. His comeback to international cricket coincided with Zimbabwe's return to the Test fold. He debuted in his country's first Test in almost six years, which was against Bangladesh in Harare in August 2011.

Expectations of a successful international career were shelved when he quit Zimbabwe cricket two years later to play county cricket. He said his international retirement was spurred on by a salary dispute with the board in August 2013 that forced the players to briefly go on strike and set up a union. His destination was Lancashire and, after an unproductive first season, he rediscovered much of his menace the following season, taking 62 Championship wickets as Lancashire won promotion and on course to be the division's leading wicket-taker until a broken hand prematurely ended his season. He stood up well to first division life, too, in 2016, leading Lancashire's wickets tally once more with 51 and described by his coach, Ashley Giles, as "lethal" as his six wickets against Surrey briefly shot Lancashire to the top of the table.


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Career Averages

Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test132225111354465/547/9829.433.2354.50230
ODI494923622088584/174/1736.005.3040.70200
T20I2222448665283/153/1523.758.9016.00000
FC841501511981853207/3511/11925.573.2447.2015182
List A8481385533411076/356/3531.225.2036.00410
T20636312941841653/153/1528.328.5319.90000
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test13241012825*9.1438433.330013130
ODI493310222379.6533765.8700223110
T20I2212555277.856485.93001450
FC841193811535714.23228050.570114512230
List A8452213313710.6752962.5700265200
T206318883278.309686.450044210
Kyle Malcolm Jarvis
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Recent Matches - Player

MATCHBATBOWLDATEGROUNDFORMAT
Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka1 & 10/8419-Jan-2020HarareTest # 2381
Rangers vs Mountaineers8 & 22/20 & 0/1603-Jan-2020HarareFC
Rangers vs Eagles7 & 362/22 & 6/7618-Dec-2019HarareFC
Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan--1/2720-Sep-2019ChattogramT20I # 890
Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh273/3218-Sep-2019ChattogramT20I # 886

Photos


Kyle Jarvis doing push-ups under the watchful eye of fitness trainer Walter Karimanzira
Kyle Jarvis had fun with the new ball again
Kyle Jarvis' early strikes set Bangladesh back
Kyle Jarvis is pumped
Kyle Jarvis joins his victorious teammates as they celebrate
Kyle Jarvis celebrates with his team-mates