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|Full name||Terrence Duffin|
|Born||20 March 1982|
Kwekwe, Midlands Province, Zimbabwe
|Test debut (cap 1)||13 September 2005 v India|
|Last Test||20 September 2005 v India|
|ODI debut (cap 1)||25 February 2006 v Kenya|
|Last ODI||15 March 2007 v Ireland|
|Domestic team information|
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 10 October 2017
Duffin has played two Test matches for Zimbabwe against India as an opening batsman, scoring 56 in the first innings of that tour, making him the fifth Zimbabwean to score a half-century on Test debut. However, in the second innings, Duffin was dismissed for two by Zaheer Khan.
He was selected as the captain of the Zimbabwean One Day International team to play Kenya without having played an ODI. He scored 53 runs in the first ODI and carried his team to victory. He adjudged man of the match for match winning contributions.
Duffin has also played 31 first class matches for Zimbabwe provinces Midlands, Matabeleland and the CFX Academy, as well as Zimbabwe A. In those matches, he has only got one century - 117 in a drawn Logan Cup game with Manicaland in 2004–05, but he has recorded twelve fifties in first-class cricket.
In the summer of 2004 he was the professional for Irvine Cricket Club, who play in Scotland's Western Union Division 1.
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