Nicholas Pooran is a wicket-keeper left-handed batsman who plays for West Indies Cricket Team. He is a Trinidadian cricketer who plays domestic cricket Trinidad and Tobago. Nicholas represents Red Steel in the Caribbean Premier League. He made his first international appearance in cricket after becoming part of West Indian U-19 squad for a bilateral series against Bangladesh under-19s in 2013. He became vice-captain for West Indies U-19 Cricket Team for the 2014 Under-19 World Cup.
Pooran made his first-class cricket debut for Trinidad and Tobago against the Leeward Islands. In November 2014 during the Regional Four Day Competition season 2014. Pooran made his debut in the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League in 2013. For Red Steel and retained by the same franchise for the CPL 2014 season. And named as “calm, clean stroke play” for his naturally built aggressive batting style. Pooran smashed 54 runs off 24 balls with 6 smashed sixes against Guyana Amazon Warriors.
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He has also represented St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the Caribbean Premier League for CPL season 2015. In then auctioned to Barbados Tridents during the 2015 CPL season. Pooran retained by the same franchise until the most recent CPL season 2018. Pooran made his debut for Islamabad United in Pakistan Super League during 2017 PSL. He auctioned to Multan Sultans during PSL 2018 and retained by the same franchise.
Nicholas made his debut in the Indian Premier League for Mumbai Indians during the 2017 IPL season. In 2019 he played for Kings XI Punjab the most recent IPL season. Pooran made his debut in the Bangladesh Premier League for Khulna Titans. During the 2016-17 BPL season and auctioned to Sylhet Sixers in BPL 2018-present. He became part of 15 men squad to represent Cricket West Indies B Team. In the Global T20 Canada tournament in June 2018.
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|Full Name||Nicholas Pooran|
|Date of Birth||2 October 1995 Couva, Trinidad and Tobago|
|ODI Debut||20 February 2019 v England (cap 190)|
|T20 Debut||23 September 2016 v Pakistan (cap 64)|
|Major Teams||West Indies, Barbados Tridents, Islamabad United, Khulna Titans, Kings XI Punjab, Multan Sultans, Mumbai Indians, St Kitts, and Nevis Patriots, Trinidad & Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel, Trinidad & Tobago Under-19s, West Indies B, West Indies Under-19s|