|Full name||Alejandro Ferguson|
19 July 1978 |
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|Relations||Pablo Ferguson (brother)
George Ferguson (grandfather)
|Source: CricketArchive, 23 January 2011|
Ferguson made his debut as a fifteen-year-old lower-middle order batsman, though he averaged merely five with the bat throughout the tournament, as Argentina finished third in their Plate Group.
Seven years later, Ferguson showed up for the 2001 ICC Trophy tournament, where he played two matches for the team. He played in Division Two of the 2006 World Cricket League Americas Region in February. Ferguson became the Division Two Wicket-keeper of the tournament, following his figures of five catches and one stumping in four matches which made him the most successful Argentine fielder of the tournament.
He appeared in Division One of the same competition in August 2006, though he could not stop Argentina finishing winless and bottom of the table. Ferguson is an upper-middle order batsman and the first-choice wicket-keeper for the team.
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