|Batting style||Right-hand bat (RHB)|
|Bowling style||Right arm legbreak|
|ODI debut||31 January 2007 v|
|Last ODI||18 April 2007 v|
Kenneth Edward Desmond Carroll (born March 22, 1983 in Booterstown, Dublin) is an Irish cricketer. Educated at Oatlands College, Stillorgan, and currently works for the Irish postal service, An Post. He is a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm chinaman bowler. He currently plays for the Railway Union Cricket Club and has represented the Southern XI, Ireland U-23, Ireland A and made his debut for the senior team in 2006.
The Dublin-born player has played in the 2006 European Championships having represented Ireland's Under-23 team in the same tournament earlier in the year, winning the award for Player of the Tournament. He also played in the 2006 EurAsia Cricket Series, but Ireland's A team finished bottom of their group in the competition. Carroll made his World Cup debut against Sri Lanka in Ireland's last 'Super 8's match and also opened the batting against India and South Africa in the recent Future Cup in Belfast.
Carroll has since represented Ireland in hockey, winning several caps. He is currently part of the A training squad. Carroll also captained his club side, Railway Union HC, to a Neville Cup in 2011 and a first Irish Hockey League qualification ever for the club.
- Kenny Carroll at Cricket Archive
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