|Full name||Michael Wight|
21 November 1964 |
|Bowling style||Leg spin|
Source: , 23 September 2007
Michael Wight (born 21 November 1964, in the Cayman Islands) is a Cayman Islands cricketer. A right-handed batsman and leg spin bowler, he has played for the Cayman Islands national cricket team since the year 2000.
Wight made his debut for the Cayman Islands in August 2000, playing against the USA in the Americas Championship at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club in King City, Ontario. Later in the year, he made his List A debut, playing for the Caymans in the Red Stripe Bowl against Guyana.
The following year, he played against the Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago in the Stanford 20/20, before again playing in the Americas Championship in King City. He most recently represented the Cayman Islands in Division Three of the World Cricket League in Darwin, Australia.
Wight comes from a cricketing family. Three of his brothers; Christopher, David and Philip have all played cricket for the Cayman Islands. His grandfather Oscar played for Guyana, whilst his great-uncle Vibart played Test cricket for the West Indies. With children named Taylor and Payten. He also has a wife named Judy .
- Cricinfo profile
- Cricket Archive profile
- Teams played for by Michael Wight at Cricket Archive
- Other matches played by Michael Wight at Cricket Archive
- List A matches played by Michael Wight at Cricket Archive
- Twenty20 matches played by Michael Wight at Cricket Archive
- 2007 ICC World Cricket League Division Three squads at CricketEurope