Name: Janeiro Tucker

Full Name: Janeiro J Tucker

'JJ' was one of the senior players of Bermuda's squad and was given the captaincy after Clay Smith underwent knee surgery. However he only held the post for seven months when Gus Logie, his coach, decided the responsibility was restricting his game. He played in three ICC Trophy Tournaments since 1997 where he scored two centuries, including his 132 against the USA in 2005. His father John also played in the tournament three times between 1979 and 1986. He took 2 for 29 on his ODI debut in the win over Canada and has 19 ICC Trophy wickets in the same amount of games. Along with Irvine Romaine, Clay Smith and David Hemp he formed the core of senior players who are charged with building on Bermuda successes, but the team failed to achieve nearly as much as expected and in 2009 they failed to qualify for the 2011 World Cup and also lost their ODI status, after which Tucker retired. He remained as player-coach of Southampton Rangers.Alan Curr April 2009

Batting Style: Right-hand bat

Bowling Style: Right-arm medium

Age: 42 years 222 days

Country: Bermuda

Teams: Bermuda, Southampton Rangers Sports Club

Born: March 15, 1975, Bermuda

Batting Statistics:

ODIs
MatchesInnsRunsAveSRHighest50s100s4s6sCatches
262649619.8468.31521057 79
First Class
MatchesInnsRunsAveSRHighest50s100s4s6sCatches
81233628.0058.7412311 7
ListA
MatchesInnsRunsAveSRHighest50s100s4s6sCatches
5652108022.5013241 16

Bowling Statistics:

ODIs
MatchesWktsBallsRunsAveEcon5w10WBBI
261381970153.925.13002/23
First Class
MatchesWktsBallsRunsAveEcon5w10WBBI
8540022845.603.42003/29
ListA
MatchesWktsBallsRunsAveEcon5w10WBBI
56331912160048.485.02003/29

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