Colin Alexander Ingram
Full name: Colin Alexander Ingram
Born: July 3, 1985, Port Elizabeth
Current age: 34 years 188 days
Major teams: South Africa, Adelaide Strikers, Delhi Capitals, Delhi Daredevils,
Eastern Province, Free State, PSL Islamabad United Team, South Africa A, St Lucia Zouks,
Trinbago Knight Riders, Warriors.
National side: South Africa
Playing role: Top-order batsman
Batting style: Left-hand bat
Bowling style: Legbreak
Fielding position: Wicketkeeper
One of those sparkling abilities that couldn’t go all the way in global cricket, Colin Ingram’s story can be summarized as a man who was at an unlucky spot. A deadly striker of the ball, he grew up through the age bunch framework with a notoriety of being a courageous batsman who could give the ball a genuine whack. A First-class debut allured in 2004-05 at 19 years old and he dazzled right away. A left-gave stroke creator is constantly enjoyment to watch and Ingram was the same despite the fact that his game titled more towards power than elegance and timing. All things considered, he possessed the southpaw tastefulness in his shots.
The 2009-10 season ended up being the leap forward stage that Ingram was searching for, as he exceeded expectations both in the First-class just as in List A cricket. Adding to this was his ability in the briefest arrangement of the game as shone in the first-since forever Champions League T20 competition held in 2010. Makes a big appearance in ODIs just as T20s for South Africa followed inside a month and Ingram began with a blast in 50-overs cricket, piling on two centuries in his initial five innings remembering one for a debut. He was picked the 2011 World Cup also however his structure began plunging after the underlying bubble.
Ingram’s worldwide vocation began to go downhill because of his conflicting exhibitions. A significant explanation that could be referenced for this was the steady rearranging of his batting position. He scarcely got a steady space to bat at and at whatever point it came, the job would be of an opener – something he wasn’t happy in by any stretch of the imagination. The nearness of progressively settled entertainers in the South African side and the substantial challenge implied that he had no way out. By the 2012-13 season, he pretty much became dim from the selectors’ radar. Baffled at the absence of sponsorship, he chose to sign a Kolpak bargain in 2015 for Glamorgan – a move that was to change his profession chart in a major manner.
The Glamorgan bargain was trailed by initiative obligations and Ingram adapted to the situation easily. His underlying season was genuinely acceptable and that was trailed by knee damage in 2016. It appeared as though the break would frustrate his structure and progress yet Ingram returned more grounded than previously. Both in 2016 and 2017, he was in staggering structure in Natwest T20 Blast just as in the Royal London One-Day Cup. He beat the run outlines in the last during the two years while his T20 structure additionally spiked with more than 500 runs in 2016 and a fine 2017 season that was topped by two centuries.
Aside from his batting, Ingram has additionally improved his low maintenance leg turn which has demonstrated helpful a considerable amount for Glamorgan. During his underlying days, he was a hesitant bowler and wasn’t a lot of compelling either. In any case, as it’s been said, when things are going your direction, everything just appears to click. Ingram’s recovery post his Kolpak bargain has made him a fascination for T20 alliances over the globe. He scarcely played any matches in the IPL in 2010 however the 2017-18 BBL season will see him demonstrating his products for the Adelaide Strikers. More T20 classes may show their enthusiasm for him, should he proceed in a similar vein.
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|6||Bangla Tiger||v Qalandars||Abu Dhabi||24-11-2019||Other OD|
|1||Bangla Tiger||v Gladiators||Abu Dhabi||23-11-2019||Other OD|
|7||Bangla Tiger||v Arabians||Abu Dhabi||22-11-2019||Other OD|
|2||Bangla Tiger||v Warriors||Abu Dhabi||20-11-2019||Other OD|
|23||Bangla Tiger||v Abu Dhabi||Abu Dhabi||19-11-2019||Other OD|
|4||Bangla Tiger||v Delhi Bulls||Abu Dhabi||18-11-2019||Other OD|
|4||Bangla Tiger||v Tuskers||Abu Dhabi||17-11-2019||Other OD|
|37||Bangla Tiger||v Gladiators||Abu Dhabi||16-11-2019||Other OD|
|17||Zouks||v Tallawahs||Gros Islet||27-09-2019||T20|