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|Batting||Right hand bat|
|Bowling||Right arm fast medium|
|ODI debut||11 February 2003 v|
|Last ODI||30 November 2006 v|
Thuraisingam was Canada's top wicket-taker at the 2001 ICC Trophy and his 5 wickets for just 25 runs brought Canada's cricket team to the World Cup on July 17, 2001. He played three matches in the 2003 Cricket World Cup, and has since played a further six One Day Internationals for Canada. He has also represented them in two ICC Intercontinental Cup matches and the 2005 ICC Trophy.
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