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|Batting||Right-handed batsman (RHB)|
|Bowling||Right arm medium (RM)|
|ODI debut||17 May 2006 v Canada|
|Last ODI||8 April 2009 v Netherlands|
Source: ESPN Cricinfo
Janeiro J Tucker (born 15 March 1975 in Bermuda) is a Bermudian cricketer, who captained the Bermudian cricket team in their first ever One Day International when they played Canada on 17 May 2006; Tucker took 2-29 off nine overs and scored 17 as Bermuda won the game by three wickets under the Duckworth-Lewis method. He has since gone on to play in twenty six ODIs for Bermuda.
Tucker's first top-level domestic cricket came in 1996-97, when he played for Bermuda against the Windward Islands in the List A Shell/Sandals Trophy, taking 1-45 and scoring 3. He played on and off for the next four seasons, but after the 2000-01 Red Stripe Bowl Bermuda ceased to play at List A level in West Indian domestic cricket. Janeiro selected for ICC T20 World Cup qualifier which is going to be held in Dubai.
Tucker played a full part in Bermuda's 2005 ICC Trophy campaign in July of that year, as they claimed third place in the competition, averaging 46.40 with the bat and scoring 132 against the USA at Waringstown, as well as taking seven wickets. The following month he made a hundred on his first-class debut, scoring 123 in the second innings against Canada in the ICC Intercontinental Cup.
- "Hemp leads Bermuda at T20 Qualifers [sic]". ESPNcricinfo. 13 February 2012. Retrieved 23 June 2012.
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