Delray Rawlins

DelrayRawlins 24 yrs

Bermuda

Born:Sep 14, 1997Bermuda
batting style
Left Handed
bowling style
Left-arm orthodox spin

Recent form

BattingBowling

28(25)

vs

34(17)

vs

27(16)

vs

15(9)

vs

21(74)

vs

F.Class

57(99)

vs

F.Class

5(6)

vs

3(3)

vs

32(21)

vs HAM

10(9)

vs

Bio

Batting Career

FormatMatchesInningsNORunSRAvgHS100s/50s200s4s/6s
T20I11110261129.8523.72630/1023/15

Bowling Career

FormatMatchesInningsWicketsSRAvg5 WktBFEco
T20I1111544.4057.0002/227.70

Teams Played For

Bermuda, Bermuda Under-15s, Bermuda Under-19s, England Cricket Board XI, England Under-19s, Marylebone Cricket Club, South of England, Sussex, Sussex 2nd XI

Delray's Bio

The first-ever Bermuda international to ever grace the English County cricket, Delray Rawlins is a lanky 23-year old all-rounder for Sussex whose only dream was to represent the English national team.

Started his cricketing journey at the age of 9, Rawlins grew up playing age-group cricket. He continued to play cricket at a level higher than his age and at 15, he got his maiden cap for Bermuda in the U-19 squad and claimed impressive figures of 5 for 61 on his debut. Initially selected as a bowler, he developed into a genuine all-rounder, capable of batting in the top six in limited-overs cricket.

Rawlins first gained prominence in 2017 when he struck a match-winning hundred on his U-19 debut for England. A sensational display of power-hitting from Rawlins helped England recover from 126 for 6 to post 256 which they successfully defended by 23 runs. 

Rawlins made his T20 debut for Sussex in the Vitality Blast tournament and scored a blistering 49 on his debut in 2018 and grabbed the eyeballs of a wider cricketing public. In 2019, he single-handedly dragged Bermuda in the T20 World Cup qualifiers.

Once the youngest player in age-group cricket, the 24-year-old all-rounder retains his eligibility to continue representing Bermuda, although that will change if he plays for England's U-19s at an ICC event, or wins his first full cap.

(As of April 2021)