Preston McSween2021-10-20T03:08:39+01:00

Preston McSween

Date of Birth 15/08/1995
Age 26
NationalityWest Indian
Player Status Available
Playing Role Bowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style LA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams West Indies A, West Indies U19s, Barbados, Grenada, Windward Islands, Jamaica Tallawahs

Preston McSween is a left-arm quick whose domestic exploits in 2019/20 culminated with West Indies squad selection for their tour to England. Whilst he didn’t feature, McSween remains part of the 30-man wider squad and aspires to break into the Test team in due course.

The seamer from Grenada was one of the stand-out quicks in the last WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament (2019/20). He finished second to Chemar Holder as the leading quick bowling wicket-taker (31 wickets at 22.77), and fourth overall, to include three 5-wicket hauls.

He became the Volcanoes key bowler, taking more than double the wickets of the side's second-leading wicket-taker, former Windies tweaker, Shane Shillingford, and ahead of international quicks Sherman Lewis, and Obed McCoy.

It proved to be a stunning return to the domestic circuit, following his wicketless first-class debut for Barbados in April 2017. However, McSween has clearly made up for lost time and seems destined for full National honours.

The left-armer has previously represented the West Indies, though, having featured for the Under-19s at the ICC World Cup in the UAE back in February 2014. Playing in a side including the likes of Shimron Hetmyer, Fabian Allen, and Nicholas Pooran, McSween picked up 6 wickets at 28.83 during their campaign.

The left-arm quick is now eager to secure not only international selection but global opportunities, whether that be Franchise or UK club cricket in 2022 and beyond.

Whilst known for his left-arm thunderbolts, McSween is a more than capable batsman in the lower-order. He boasts a first-class best of 47, and should he play UK club cricket, it’s envisaged he’ll be a genuine seam bowling all-rounder and this level.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 15/08/1995
Age 26
NationalityWest Indian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style LA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams West Indies A, West Indies U19s, Barbados, Grenada, Windward Islands, Jamaica Tallawahs

Preston McSween is a left-arm quick whose domestic exploits in 2019/20 culminated with West Indies squad selection for their tour to England. Whilst he didn’t feature, McSween remains part of the 30-man wider squad and aspires to break into the Test team in due course.

The seamer from Grenada was one of the stand-out quicks in the last WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4-Day Tournament (2019/20). He finished second to Chemar Holder as the leading quick bowling wicket-taker (31 wickets at 22.77), and fourth overall, to include three 5-wicket hauls.

He became the Volcanoes key bowler, taking more than double the wickets of the side's second-leading wicket-taker, former Windies tweaker, Shane Shillingford, and ahead of international quicks Sherman Lewis, and Obed McCoy.

It proved to be a stunning return to the domestic circuit, following his wicketless first-class debut for Barbados in April 2017. However, McSween has clearly made up for lost time and seems destined for full National honours.

The left-armer has previously represented the West Indies, though, having featured for the Under-19s at the ICC World Cup in the UAE back in February 2014. Playing in a side including the likes of Shimron Hetmyer, Fabian Allen, and Nicholas Pooran, McSween picked up 6 wickets at 28.83 during their campaign.

The left-arm quick is now eager to secure not only international selection but global opportunities, whether that be Franchise or UK club cricket in 2022 and beyond.

Whilst known for his left-arm thunderbolts, McSween is a more than capable batsman in the lower-order. He boasts a first-class best of 47, and should he play UK club cricket, it’s envisaged he’ll be a genuine seam bowling all-rounder and this level.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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