Ryan Hinds

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Ryan Hinds
Personal information
Full name Ryan O'Neal Hinds
Born (1981-02-17) 17 February 1981 (age 36)
Holders Hill, St James, Barbados
Batting style Left-handed
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
International information
National side
Test debut 31 January 2002 v Pakistan
Last Test 17 July 2009 v Bangladesh
ODI debut 16 December 2001 v Zimbabwe
Last ODI 25 September 2004 v England
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs FC LA
Matches 15 14 121 109
Runs scored 505 101 6,828 2,230
Batting average 21.04 16.83 38.14 28.22
100s/50s 0/2 0/0 12/35 0/12
Top score 84 18* 240 84
Balls bowled 1,743 407 14,934 4,337
Wickets 13 6 233 107
Bowling average 66.92 58.33 26.94 27.06
5 wickets in innings 0 0 5 1
10 wickets in match 0 n/a 1 n/a
Best bowling 2/45 2/19 9/68 6/46
Catches/stumpings 7/– 2/– 94/– 39/–
Source: CricketArchive, 13 February 2017

Ryan O'Neal Hinds (born 17 February 1981) is a West Indian cricketer. He is a left-hand batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox bowler.

Hinds made his debut for Barbados during the 1998 Commonwealth Games, aged just 17. He then captained the West Indian Under-19 side during the 2000 Youth World Cup.

While still a twenty-year-old he set a bowling record for Barbados by taking 15 wickets in a match against the Leeward Islands during the 2001 Busta Cup. His first innings figures of 9 for 68 were also a Barbados record. He went into the record books again in a game against the Leeward Islands in 2005/06 when he scored a century in both innings (168 and 150), becoming the first player for Barbados to do so.[1]

His Test debut came against Pakistan at Sharjah in 2001–02 during which he scored a half-century.

In February 2007 while captain of Barbados Hinds showed dissent to an umpiring decision during a bad tempered regional game against Trinidad and Tobago. He escaped a ban, for actions that WICB director Deryck Murray described as the worst behaviour he'd seen in a regional match, because the match report was submitted too late.[1] This along with other incidences of indiscipline have prompted his removal from the captaincy subsequent to which he announced his unavailability for the regional limited-overs championship.[2] It was revealed that Hinds is "mentally exhausted" and that he has sought treatment.[3]

In 2012 he was accused of raping a 28-year-old woman and was arrested but shortly after released on bail.[4][5]

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