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Craig Ervine Biography, Stats, and Latest News

Craig Richard Ervine (born 19 August 1985) is a Zimbabwean international cricketer. Irwin is a left-handed batsman. He was born in Harare and has played Test and limited overs cricket for the Zimbabwe national cricket team and first-class cricket for a Zimbabwean side in the Logan Cup.

Spells with English clubs Bexhill and Lordhood, and a spell with Irish club Lisburn in Belfast ensured he got enough match practice and he returned to Zimbabwe, signing up for the Southern Rocks. Was selected for the 2010 T20 World Cup in the Caribbean and soon made his ODI debut against India in the same year.

Ervine had a great 2011 World Cup. But despite his efforts, his team could not reach the knock-out stages of the competition. He also featured in the 2012 T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka but failed to make much of an impact.

Ervine returned to Zimbabwe the following year and was selected to tour Bangladesh in 2014. He played all three Tests and did not contribute much. Erwin was selected for the 2015 World Cup.

When Ervin was in his early teens. Then he had to face a strange accident. He tripped and fell on a piece of broken glass and required three hours of corrective surgery on his right hand.

Craig Ervine Personal Details:

Full nameCraig Richard Ervine
BornAug 19, 1985 (37 years)
Birth PlaceHarare
Nick NameErvine
Height6″1 inches
Batting StyleLeft Handed Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm offbreak
Father nameRory Ervine
ODI Debut 28th May 2010 (India)
T20I Debut 3rd May 2010 (Sri Lanka)
Test Debut 4th Aug 2011 (Bangladesh)

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Craig Ervine Latest News:

Ireland Vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI match: The third match of the Ireland vs Zimbabwe series was played at the Harare Sports Ground on Monday. Craig Ervine scored only 11 runs in 18 balls.

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