Rohan Alexander

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Rohan Alexander
Personal information
Full nameRohan Phillmore Alexander
Born (1973-02-20) 20 February 1973 (age 46)
BowlingOff spin
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 2)10 September 2004 v New Zealand
Last ODI13 September 2004 v Australia
Domestic team information
1998–2005 United States
Career statistics
Competition ODI LA ICCT
Matches 2 14 12
Runs scored 34 229 278
Batting average 17.00 19.08 27.80
100s/50s 0/0 0/2 1/0
Top score 26 55 110*
Balls bowled 0 0 0
Wickets - - -
Bowling average - - -
5 wickets in innings - - -
10 wickets in match - - -
Best bowling - - -
Catches/stumpings 0/0 3/0 5/0
Source: CricketArchive, 11 October 2008

Rohan Phillmore Alexander (born 20 February 1973) is a Jamaican born American former cricketer.[1] A left-handed batsman and off spin bowler,[2] he played two One Day Internationals (ODIs) for the United States national cricket team in the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy.[3]


Born in Jamaica in 1973,[2] Rohan Alexander played his club cricket in New York City[1] and first played for the USA in 1998[4] when he made his List A debut against the Leeward Islands in the Red Stripe Bowl. He also played against his native Jamaica and Barbados in the tournament.[5]

He next played for the USA in the Americas Championship, playing one match against the Cayman Islands at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club in King City.[6] The following year, he played in the 2001 ICC Trophy in Ontario.[7]

In 2002, he played in the Americas Championship in Buenos Aires[6] and he returned to List A cricket in 2004 when he played in the ICC 6 Nations Challenge in the United Arab Emirates.[5] He made his ODI debut later that year, playing against New Zealand and Australia in the ICC Champions Trophy in England.[3]

His last matches for the USA came in the 2005 ICC Trophy[4] in Ireland. After a warm-up match against the Northern Cricket Union President's XI[6] he played four matches in the tournament proper against the UAE, Denmark, Uganda and Papua New Guinea.[7]