Umeshka Morais2022-03-30T09:39:20+01:00

Umeshka Morais

Date of Birth 18/08/1995
Age 26
NationalitySri Lankan
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Bowler (Spin)
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style LH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Moors Sports Club, Burgher Recreation Club, Panadura Sports Club, Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club, Kalutara Physical Culture Centre

Umeshka Morais is an experienced spin bowler who has plied his trade for various Sri Lankan domestic sides in recent years, including Kalutara Physical Culture Centre (2014/15), Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club (2015/16), Moors Sports Club (2016/17), Police Sports Club (2017/18), Panadura Sports Club (2018/19), and most recently Burgher Recreation Club (2019/20-2020).

After years of toil trying to secure a permanent role, he finally shot to prominence for BRC in April 2021 taking figures of 7-46 (9.4) in a One-Day match against Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club.

The figures became the best in List A cricket for BRC in Sri Lankan domestic and, unsurprisingly he topped the sides tournament wicket charts, ahead of notable CricX stars (and BRC team-mates) Shanuka Dulaj, and Northumberland Senior League sensation Dushan Hemantha.

Morais is now eager to cement his role in all formats for BRC in 2022, and thereafter is seeking a stint in Australia for the upcoming season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 18/08/1995
Age 26
NationalitySri Lankan
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBowler (Spin)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style LH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Moors Sports Club, Burgher Recreation Club, Panadura Sports Club, Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club, Kalutara Physical Culture Centre

Umeshka Morais is an experienced spin bowler who has plied his trade for various Sri Lankan domestic sides in recent years, including Kalutara Physical Culture Centre (2014/15), Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club (2015/16), Moors Sports Club (2016/17), Police Sports Club (2017/18), Panadura Sports Club (2018/19), and most recently Burgher Recreation Club (2019/20-2020).

After years of toil trying to secure a permanent role, he finally shot to prominence for BRC in April 2021 taking figures of 7-46 (9.4) in a One-Day match against Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club.

The figures became the best in List A cricket for BRC in Sri Lankan domestic and, unsurprisingly he topped the sides tournament wicket charts, ahead of notable CricX stars (and BRC team-mates) Shanuka Dulaj, and Northumberland Senior League sensation Dushan Hemantha.

Morais is now eager to cement his role in all formats for BRC in 2022, and thereafter is seeking a stint in Australia for the upcoming season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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