Sheyne Moseley: Bio,Facts,Records
Sheyne Moseley: West Indies Cricketer
An opening batsman from Barbados, Sheyne Moseley is an exciting prospect. He made his First-Class debut in the 2017/18 West Indian domestic season, as he opened the batting for Barbados. Moseley impressed in that tournament, taking very little time to settle in to First-Class cricket. Born in 1996, Sheyne Moseley has an exciting career ahead of him.
WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4 Day Tournament
Moseley’s First-Class Debut
Sheyne Moseley made his First-Class debut in the 2017/18 West Indies domestic season. He ended up playing most of the matches for Barbados and started opening the batting. He made his debut in the second match of the tournament, playing for Barbados against Trinidad and Tobago. T&T batted first, but Justin Greaves ripped the heart out of their batting with a four-wicket haul, claiming the wicket of Tion Webster in the process. Trinidad and Tobago made exactly 300, to which Barbados responded with 310 before they declared. Moseley only made three opening the batting. A sublime 63 from Amir Jangoo then set Barbados 248 to win in the fourth innings. Sheyne only managed three again in the fourth innings, but the match ended in a draw. Despite this poor start, Barbados showed faith in Moseley and gave him an extended run in the WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4 Day Tournament.
Sheyne Moseley: 2018 Domestic Tournament
After a shaky debut, Sheyne Moseley had a very good 2017/18 WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4 Day Tournament. In his second match, he hit 50 against Jamaica, as Barbados batted once in a boring draw. He followed this up with another fifty against the Windward Islands, hitting 54 against a strong bowling attack including Kavem Hodge. Moseley hit his first hundred just a few matches later. Moseley hit a sublime 117 against the Leeward Islands before he was trapped LBW by the huge Rakheem Cornwall. Moseley’s best innings arguably came in Barbados’ final match, as he hit 79 and 100* against Jamaica. This set up Barbados’ crushing 216 run victory, as Chemar Holder, Keon Harding, Justin Greaves and Dominic Drakes tore apart Jamaica in the fourth innings. This heap of runs capped off a great debut season for Moseley. His overall figures for the 2017/18 WICB Professional Cricket League Regional 4 Day Tournament were: 643 runs in nine matches, with two hundreds and four fifties.