Stuart Binny2021-09-10T03:09:39+01:00

Stuart Binny

Date of Birth 03/06/1984
Age 37
NationalityIndian
Player Status Available
Playing Role All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style Right-arm Seam
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Tier 5
Major Teams India, India A, India U19s, South Zone, Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Nagaland
Coaching Qualifications UKCC Level 2

Stuart Binny is a hard-hitting batsman and skillful medium-pace swing bowler, reminiscent of his father, Indian legend Roger Binny. The prodigy followed in his father’s footsteps when making his debut for India in 2014 (ODI v New Zealand in January 2014).

A few months later, Binny made his Test debut in England, scoring a match-winning 78. He then produced a match-winning spell of 6-4 in the second ODI against Bangladesh later that year – the best ODI figures for an Indian. He was subsequently named Man of the Series. Binny was included in the 2015 ICC World Cup squad, then made his T20 debut against Zimbabwe in the same year. During his international career, Binny also recorded the highest sixth-wicket partnership for India in ODI cricket – with Ambati Rayudu against Zimbabwe.

He has also been a key performer in the Indian Premier League for Franchises including the Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, and Royal Challengers Bangalore – with whom he helped reach the IPL final in 2016. He is currently contracted with inaugural IPL champions Rajasthan Royals and played his tenth IPL season in 2019.

At domestic level, before his move to Nagaland in 2019/20, he represented Karnataka in all three formats. A former Karnataka captain, he has been a member of two Ranji trophy winnings teams. He helped lead the Belagavi Panthers to their maiden title in Karnataka's Premier T20 domestic tournament KPL 2017 and was awarded Man of the Series. Stuart was awarded the Lala Amarnath Best All Rounder award by the BCCI for the 2011/12 season. He boasts illustrious domestic statistics, with both bat and ball.

He has played over 300 matches across the three formats alongside 6 Tests, 14 ODIs, and 3 T20I’s for India where he has racked up over 8,000 runs and 300 wickets.

The all-rounder is now seeking opportunities outside India, following his prolific 2019/20 domestic season with Nagaland (464 runs at 42.18 and 13 wickets at 27.76).

Now recently retired from domestic cricket, Binny is open to a UK club return, following his stint with Kent Premier League club Beckenham in 2019, where he finished as one of the divisions leading wicket-takers with 27 poles at 11.37.

Binny, who is also a cracking lad to boot, represents a high-class and profile signing for any side in 2022.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Beckenham (2019) 14 11 0 100 54 9.09 106.5 307 27 5/27 11.37
Date of Birth 03/06/1984
Age 37
NationalityIndian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleAll-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style Right-arm Seam
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Tier 5
Major Teams India, India A, India U19s, South Zone, Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians, Nagaland
Coaching Qualifications UKCC Level 2

Stuart Binny is a hard-hitting batsman and skillful medium-pace swing bowler, reminiscent of his father, Indian legend Roger Binny. The prodigy followed in his father’s footsteps when making his debut for India in 2014 (ODI v New Zealand in January 2014).

A few months later, Binny made his Test debut in England, scoring a match-winning 78. He then produced a match-winning spell of 6-4 in the second ODI against Bangladesh later that year – the best ODI figures for an Indian. He was subsequently named Man of the Series. Binny was included in the 2015 ICC World Cup squad, then made his T20 debut against Zimbabwe in the same year. During his international career, Binny also recorded the highest sixth-wicket partnership for India in ODI cricket – with Ambati Rayudu against Zimbabwe.

He has also been a key performer in the Indian Premier League for Franchises including the Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, and Royal Challengers Bangalore – with whom he helped reach the IPL final in 2016. He is currently contracted with inaugural IPL champions Rajasthan Royals and played his tenth IPL season in 2019.

At domestic level, before his move to Nagaland in 2019/20, he represented Karnataka in all three formats. A former Karnataka captain, he has been a member of two Ranji trophy winnings teams. He helped lead the Belagavi Panthers to their maiden title in Karnataka's Premier T20 domestic tournament KPL 2017 and was awarded Man of the Series. Stuart was awarded the Lala Amarnath Best All Rounder award by the BCCI for the 2011/12 season. He boasts illustrious domestic statistics, with both bat and ball.

He has played over 300 matches across the three formats alongside 6 Tests, 14 ODIs, and 3 T20I’s for India where he has racked up over 8,000 runs and 300 wickets.

The all-rounder is now seeking opportunities outside India, following his prolific 2019/20 domestic season with Nagaland (464 runs at 42.18 and 13 wickets at 27.76).

Now recently retired from domestic cricket, Binny is open to a UK club return, following his stint with Kent Premier League club Beckenham in 2019, where he finished as one of the divisions leading wicket-takers with 27 poles at 11.37.

Binny, who is also a cracking lad to boot, represents a high-class and profile signing for any side in 2022.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Beckenham (2019) 14 11 0 100 54 9.09 106.5 307 27 5/27 11.37
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