Sheeno Berridge2022-03-23T13:47:42+00:00

Sheeno Berridge

Date of Birth 27/09/1990
Age 31
NationalityWest Indian
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Bowler (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams West Indies B, West Indies President's XI, Leeward Islands

Sheeno Berridge is a prolific opening bowler who burst onto the Windies domestic scene in 2017/18 and hasn’t looked back.

A latecomer to the game, he broke into the Leeward Islands squad in his late 20s, making his first-class debut in November 2017. He went on to take 24 wickets at 22.62 in the WICB Regional 4-Day Competition. Berridge has since established himself as one of the most consistent quicks in domestic cricket, bagging 25 wickets at 23.76 (2018/19), and 18 wickets at 29.88 (2019/20) to back up his maiden campaign.

Playing for Leeward Islands, alongside the likes of Windies players Kieran Powell, Alzarri Joseph, Devon Thomas, Hayden Walsh, and Rahkeem Cornwall, Berridge has also been a stand-out in one-day cricket. In fact, he was the Regional Super50’s leading wicket-taker in 2019/20 taking 23 wickets at 18.52, taking the top spot ahead of Windies bowlers Ashley Nurse, Keon Harding, and Oshane Thomas.

At the point of writing, Berridge boasts tremendous domestic statistics – 67 wickets at 25, and 34 wickets at 27.26 in first-class, and List A, respectively.

Courtesy of his success, he has been rewarded with West Indies B selection, touring Canada to play two 50-over, and 2 T20 matches. He was also selected to play against Ireland for a West Indies President XI side.

Unfortunately, COVID struck at the wrong time for Berridge, just as he was making waves in the Caribbean. Given the likely absence of first-class cricket in this 2021/22 season, Berridge is eager to play abroad in 2022 and has targeted his maiden UK stint where no doubt he’ll be a sought-after acquisition.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 27/09/1990
Age 31
NationalityWest Indian
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBowler (Seam)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams West Indies B, West Indies President's XI, Leeward Islands

Sheeno Berridge is a prolific opening bowler who burst onto the Windies domestic scene in 2017/18 and hasn’t looked back.

A latecomer to the game, he broke into the Leeward Islands squad in his late 20s, making his first-class debut in November 2017. He went on to take 24 wickets at 22.62 in the WICB Regional 4-Day Competition. Berridge has since established himself as one of the most consistent quicks in domestic cricket, bagging 25 wickets at 23.76 (2018/19), and 18 wickets at 29.88 (2019/20) to back up his maiden campaign.

Playing for Leeward Islands, alongside the likes of Windies players Kieran Powell, Alzarri Joseph, Devon Thomas, Hayden Walsh, and Rahkeem Cornwall, Berridge has also been a stand-out in one-day cricket. In fact, he was the Regional Super50’s leading wicket-taker in 2019/20 taking 23 wickets at 18.52, taking the top spot ahead of Windies bowlers Ashley Nurse, Keon Harding, and Oshane Thomas.

At the point of writing, Berridge boasts tremendous domestic statistics – 67 wickets at 25, and 34 wickets at 27.26 in first-class, and List A, respectively.

Courtesy of his success, he has been rewarded with West Indies B selection, touring Canada to play two 50-over, and 2 T20 matches. He was also selected to play against Ireland for a West Indies President XI side.

Unfortunately, COVID struck at the wrong time for Berridge, just as he was making waves in the Caribbean. Given the likely absence of first-class cricket in this 2021/22 season, Berridge is eager to play abroad in 2022 and has targeted his maiden UK stint where no doubt he’ll be a sought-after acquisition.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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