Franklyn Rose

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Franklyn Rose
Personal information
Full nameFranklyn Albert Rose
Born (1972-02-01) 1 February 1972 (age 47)
Chalky Hill, Saint Ann, Jamaica
NicknameFrankie, Rosey
Height6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
BattingRight-handed
BowlingRight-arm fast
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 215)6 March 1997 v India
Last Test3 August 2000 v England
ODI debut (cap 82)26 April 1997 v India
Last ODI20 July 2000 v England
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
1992–2003Jamaica
1998Northamptonshire
2001–2002Gauteng
2003Surrey
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 19 27 94 81
Runs scored 344 217 1,426 419
Batting average 13.23 12.05 13.08 9.52
100s/50s 0/1 0/0 0/2 0/0
Top score 69 30 96 37
Balls bowled 3,124 1,326 14,273 3,777
Wickets 53 29 296 99
Bowling average 30.88 36.06 26.51 27.37
5 wickets in innings 2 1 14 3
10 wickets in match 0 0 2 0
Best bowling 7/84 5/23 7/39 5/14
Catches/stumpings 4/– 6/– 24/– 18/–
Source: Cricket Archive, 24 October 2016

Franklyn Albert Rose (born 1 February 1972) is a former West Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a fast right-arm bowler who possesses a lot of power with his full-length outswing.

International career[edit]

In the first innings in which he participated, he achieved figures of 6 for 100,[1] but for Test after Test beyond this, his bowling disappointed in comparison, only picking up during a Test match in Durban, where he achieved figures of 7 for 84.

Rose hit a match-turning 69 against Zimbabwe in 2000. Coming in at 170 for 7, in reply to the visitors' 308, he and Jimmy Adams (101 n.o.) added a record 148 for the eighth wicket in the Windies 10-wicket victory. He was subsequently named Man-of-the-Series.

Later that year, his aggression cost West Indies the second Test at Lord's when his attempts to shake England's Dominic Cork with short-pitched bowling leaked valuable runs in a low-scoring game.

Although he was dropped for good at age 28, his final Test bowling average of 30.88 stood as the lowest of any West Indian pacer of his generation until Kemar Roach emerged nearly a decade later.

Domestic career[edit]

Rose has played for various more community-based outfits since departing from the international scene. One more prominent appointment was his recruitment for the 2004 season in England for Lashings Cricket Club. Rose, always a controversial figure in any cricketing scene, be it local, national or international, in turn fell out with equally controversial chairman of Lashings David Folb. Rose has also played in Sydney, Australia, and for the Chicago Tornadoes of the USA's Pro Cricket league.

Personal life[edit]

Up to 2016, he resided in Auckland, where he played and coached at Birkenhead City Cricket Club on Auckland's North Shore during the 2011–12 season.

His work visa in New Zealand expired in March 2012 however remained there until his deportation back to Jamaica in April 2016. He was served with a deportation order in 2014. 5 Weeks prior to his deportation he was detained in Mount Eden Jail[2][3]

When he attempted to stay in New Zealand his visa was already expired and he was under investigation in New Zealand for rape. He was deported to Jamaica where he was also wanted by the police and was jailed.[4]

International record[edit]

Test 5 Wicket hauls[edit]

# Figures Match Opponent Venue City Country Year
1 6/100 1  India Sabina Park Kingston Jamaica 1997
2 7/84 11  South Africa Kingsmead Cricket Ground Durban South Africa 1998

ODI 5 Wicket hauls[edit]

# Figures Match Opponent Venue City Country Year
1 5/23 18  Pakistan Arnos Vale Ground Kingstown St. Vincent 2000

International awards[edit]

One Day International Cricket[edit]

Man of the Match awards[edit]

S No Opponent Venue Date Match Performance Result
1 Pakistan Arnos Vale Ground, Kingstown 12 April 2000 6 (4 balls, 1x4) ; 10–1–23–5  West Indies won by 96 runs.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1st Test: West Indies v India at Kingston, Mar 6–10, 1997". espncricinfo. Retrieved 13 December 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/80963450/west-indies-cricketer-says-nz-is-not-safe-for-black-cricketers
  3. ^ http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/78844480/Depressed-ex-Windies-cricketer-deported-after-attempt-to-stay-in-NZ-fails
  4. ^ http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11626336
  5. ^ "1999–2000 Cable & Wireless One Day Series – 4th Match – West Indies v Pakistan – Kingstown, St. Vincent". HowStat. Retrieved 19 November 2016.