Jonathan Carter Biography
Jonathan Lyndon Carter is a West Indian cricketer, who was born on 16 November 1987 in Belleplaine, Barbados. He is a hard-hitting left-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler.
His debut for Barbados was in 2007 in a List A match played against West Indies Under-19s held at Blairmount.
He scored a century for West Indies A in September 2013 playing against India A. His average is around 30 in first-class cricket. Carter has played for Barbados Tridents and West Indies A, in domestic cricket, he has been playing for Barbados since 2007.
His ODI debut was on 16 January 2015, in a match against South Africa for the West Indies at Durban.
Carter scored his first century in first-class cricket against Jamaica. He scored his second List A Hundred In 2014, this time for Barbados in the Regional Super 50.
He scored 109. He was in the West Indies squad of the 2015 World Cup.
Rise to Glory
He holds the joint record for taking the most number of catches by a substitute fielder in a T20I innings.
He was selected by the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in the 2017 CPL Draft, the team for which he played his last T20 on Sep 9, 2017.
He was named in the West Indies squad for the Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Pakistan in March 2017.
He has played 23 ODIs, 62 first class matches, 84 list A cricket and 61 T20 matches with a batting average of 24.50, 29.52, 29.64 and 22.82 respectively and taken 3, 39, 29 and 5 respective wickets in them.