|Full name||George Ricardo Codrington|
26 November 1966|
|Batting||Right hand bat|
|Bowling||Right arm medium fast|
|ODI debut (cap 36)||17 May 2006 v Bermuda|
|Last ODI||18 March 2007 v England|
Source: , 30 October 2017
On his debut, he top scored for Canada with 45 not out against Bermuda. He also appeared in the 2005 ICC Trophy in Ireland. He is a right-hand batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler. He was made captain of the Canadian team for their matches in South Africa in late 2006 owing to the absence of usual captain John Davison.
After captaining Barbados in an inter-island under 21 competition in the West Indies, George Codrington first travelled to England in 1986 as part of a Viv Richards scholarship with Curtly Ambrose and Samuel Skeete. All three played in the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition, Codrington with Birkenhead Park, Ambrose with Chester Boughton Hall and Skeete with Oxton. After playing at Walsden in 1987, Codrington returned to the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition in 1988 with Chester Boughton Hall.
Codrington has taken a coaching position for the Canada Women's national cricket team.
One Day International Cricket
Man of the Match awards
|S No||Opponent||Venue||Date||Match Performance||Result|
|1||Bermuda||Willowmoore Park, Benoni||30 November 2006||DNB ; 10-2-22-4||Canada won by 3 wickets.|
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