Shane Dowrich is a paid cricketer from Barbados who has represented the West Indies in international competitions since 2016. He is a right-handed player whose primary role is to beat the Wicketkeeper. You hit right. In his home league for the 2014-15 season in the four-day tournament, he recorded 615 runs in ten games, making 51.25 per game.

The West Indies wicketkeeper has many records in his name. He is the 3rd player to have the highest partnership for the seventh wicket and the 9th player to have the highest partnership for eight wickets. Also, he is the 50th player to hold the most points in his career as he counts 85. The ICC placed him 66th overall in the Test Series. In 2009, Shane was awarded the Lord Gavron Award as Barbados’s most promising young cricket player.

Quick Info 
Full NameShane Omari Dowrich
Date Of Birth1991, October 30
Birth PlaceBarbados
Parent(s)N/A
OccupationCricketer
Age30 Years Old
Body MeasurementN/A
Height5 Feet
Weight60 Kg
NationalityBarbados
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Zodiac SignScorpio
EthnicityBlack
Martial StatusN/A
Wife(s)/Partner(s)N/A
ChildrenN/A
Net Worth$800,000

Shane Dowrich Early Life

Shane Omari Dowrich was born on October 30, 1991, in Barbados, under the birthmark Scorpio. The name of his father and mother is still unknown as he never disclosed their details publicly. However, he shared a lot with his mother and sister on his Insta. The Barbados cricketer never mentioned his father on social media.

Shane Dowrich
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Shane Dowrich Career

Shane, a School student who came through the YMPC Cricket Club,  represented the West Indies in the 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, playing for the first time in his first-class in Barbados at the age of 18 on his return, and was awarded, Lord. Gavron Award for promising young cricket players in Barbados and Roston Chase at the end of the year.

As part of the award, Dowrich spent the 2012 English season playing for Sefton Park in Liverpool and the District Cricket Competition, scoring two hundred and totaling 733 league runs at 52.35 despite returning to the Caribbean mid-season to play for West. Indies A.

 

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In May 2015, he was selected in the 14-man squad that will face Australia. Shane got off to a great start in his first Test match against Australia at Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica. After dropping 170 points in the first innings, the West Indies struggled 3/37.

He and Marlon Samuels added 144 runs in the fourth wicket before the collapse led the West Indies to 216 overall and gave Australia the victory. In October 2018, Cricket West Indies awarded him a red football contract for the 2018-19 season.

Shane Dowrich
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In April 2019, he was named to the West Indies One Day International (ODI) team for the 2019 Ireland Tri-Nation Series. In the second tri-series match, he made his ODI debut for the West Indies against Bangladesh on May 7, 2019.

In May 2019, Cricket West Indies (CWI) nominated him as one of ten reserve players in the West Indies team for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. In June 2020, Dorwich was selected for the West Indies’Test team in their series against England.

 

Shane Dowrich Relationship Status

There is not much information about Shane Dowrich’s relationship. He never had a picture with any girls except family and relatives. He seems to like to keep his private life away from social media. However, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. His Insta is full of his photos, games, and family.

Shane Dowrich
Source: Instagram

Shane Dowrich Social Media

He is available on Instagram, where he has 14k followers and 345 posts in his feed. He is also available on Twitter, where he has 1.5k followers.

 

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Shane Dowrich Net Worth

Shane Dowrich is valued at approximately $ 800,000. But the player himself has never disclosed his money and bank values. It includes all his buildings, possessions, houses, and cars.

 

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