Tallest Cricketers – Top Tallest Cricketers in the History

Tallest Cricketers: Cricket is one of the major sports and most people like to watch this sport more than others. Millions of viewers and fans of cricket watch their favorite cricket players. Different people like different players.  In Cricket we can see different categories of players like Tallest Cricketer and Shortest Cricketers. Today we are going to mention here Tallest Cricketers in history. Check here the complete List of the Tallest Players.

Tallest Cricketers in the World

#1: Mohammad Irfan

7’1”, (216cm)

Muhammad Irfan: The 7’1” tallest fast bowler from Pakistan ever playing the game of Cricket from any side in the world. He Played his 1st ODI Match in 2010 against England. Unfortunately after his 2nd ODI Match, he gets out from the team But came back very strongly in Pakistan vs India Tournament played in 2012-13. Irfan proved himself like a mature Left Arm Fast Bowler. He bowls very consistently on the speed of 140 km and importantly he bowls on a Very Good Channel. He has a natural bounce from the Wicket because of his height. Irfan played his 1st match against England in 2010. Here is some other informative information about Tallest Cricketer Mohammad Irfan.

Muhammad Irfan Details

  • Born on June 6, 1982
  • Bowling: Left-arm fast
  • Height: 2.16 m
  • ODI debut on September 10, 2010 v England
  • Test debut on February 14, 2013 v South Africa
  • T20I debut on December 25, 2012 v India

#2: Joel Garner

6′ 8″ (203cm)

Joel Garner is Known as the “Big Bird” belonging from Barbados is a West Indian Speed Star ruled during the Seventies & Eighties. He always bowled very dangerous Yorkers in the batsman’s feet from the height of almost 10 feet. He got 146 ODI wickets at a tremendous average (18.84) with a tremendous economy rate of (3.09) runs per over) and also 259 Test Wicket in his career. Here is some other information about Garner:

Tallest Cricketer Joel Garner Personal Details 

  • Born On 16 December 1952 Christ Church Parish, Barbados
  • Bowling: Right-arm fast
  • Height: 2.03 m
  • Test Debut (cap 160) on February 18, 1977 v Pakistan
  • ODI Debut (cap 21) on March 16, 1977 v Pakistan
  • Last ODI on March 28, 1987 v New Zealand

#3: Peter George

6’8” (203cm)

Peter Robert George is a right-arm fast-medium Australian Test bowler. He plays first-class cricket for the Southern Redback. George is the tallest Cricketer in history and the tallest ever Australian Cricketer. He plays just one Test for Australia. Also, Visit the best Cricketer Shahid Khan Afridi Net Worth.

Tallest Cricketer Peter Robert George Personal Details 

  • Born on October 16, 1986.
  • Height: 2.03 m
  • Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium
  • Batting: Right-handed batsman
  • Only Test: October 8, 2010 v India
  • Current team: South Australia cricket team

#4: Boyd Rankin

6.8″ (203cm)

William Boyd Rankin is a right-arm medium-fast bowler from Northern Ireland. William played international cricket for both England and Ireland on both sides. Rankin is a 6 ft 8 inches tall bowler and bouncing action. He has a natural bounce because of his height. He debuted on 25 June 2013 for England against New Zealand in a T20 Match.

Tallest Cricket William Boyd Rankin Personal Details 

  • Born on July 5, 1984
  • Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium
  • Height: 2.04 m
  • Only Test: January 3, 2014; England v Australia
  • ODI debut: January 31, 2007; Ireland v Bermuda
  • Current teams: England cricket team,

#5: Chris Tremlett

6’7” (201cm)

Chris Tremlett is a Right-arm Fast Medium England Bowler. He takes a wicket on his first ball in first-class against New Zealand in 2000. Tremlett played his first match against Bangladesh in One Day International in 2005. Tremlett is a good batsman played on number 8 or 9. He made seven first-class fifties. He played the main role in England’s victory in the 2010-11 Ashes in Australia. Check below for Informative Details :

Tallest Cricketer Chris Tremlett Details 

  • Born on September 2, 1981
  • Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium
  • Height: 2.01 m
  • Test debut: July 19, 2007 v India
  • ODI debut: June 21, 2005 v Bangladesh
  • Last ODI: March 26, 2011 v Sri Lanka

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