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|Full name||Esteban Alfredo MacDermott|
2 September 1981 |
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Bowling style||Off break|
|Source: CricketArchive, 23 January 2011|
MacDermott debuted in America's Cup 2004, in Bermuda, playing every game on that tournament. He later debuted as captain in America's Division Two in April 2006, a competition which the Argentines won, and played four games during the competition, securing the award for the best fielder of the tournament.
MacDermott captained the team again in Division One of the same competition, playing three of Argentina's four games. MacDermott is a lower-order batsman and off-spin bowler.
In 2007, MacDermott was captain of the Argentina team that played in the ICC World Cricket League Division 3 tournament in Darwin, Australia. Argentina made it through to the final, earning promotion for ICC World Cricket League Division Two. They lost the final to Uganda, but this tournament is regarded as one of the best in Argentine cricket's history. MacDermott capped a successful series by being named Player of the Tournament.