Alester Maregwede

Sep 10, 2004 01:15 PM IST

Alester Maregwede

 Date of Birth: 5 August 1981, Harare
 Test Debut: Sri Lanka at Harare, 2004
 ODI Debut: West Indies at Harare, 2003/04
 Bats: Right Hand Bat
 Bowls: Wicket-Keeper

Alester Maregwede, a forerunner of Tatenda Taibu, is a middle-order batsman and wicketkeeper. He is among the first lot of students of CFX Academy in Zimbabwe, home to most of country's top players. He joined the school in 1999.

He has represented Zimbabwe A as vice-captain.

Maregwede made his ODI debut against West Indies in 2003-04. He has since been a regular after the departure of the 'rebel' cricketers.

He has played two Tests scoring 74 runs (highest being 28) with an average of 18.50. He has played nine one day internationals scoring 95 runs and a strike rate of 60.12.

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