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Cricketers born on 5th September: A Comprehensive List
Born on 5th September 1969, Mark Ramprakash is a former English cricketer who made his international debut in 1991, only at the age of 21
A gifted right-handed batsman, one of the most prolific run-scorer in English county cricket, Mark didn’t live up to his potential at the international level.
One of the rare cricketers to scored 100 first-class centuries, Mark played 52 tests for the English team.
He was the batting coach for England in 2014 and has also coached in many domestic T20 tournaments.
Born on 5th September 2000, Ravi Bishnoi is an Indian cricketer who represented India in the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Bishnoi was first noticed during the Under-16 and Under-19 trials and was used by Rajasthan Royals as a net bowler.
He made his T20 debut in the 2018–19 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and his List-A debut in the 2019–20 Vijay Hazare Trophy.
He was the highest wicket-taker in the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup with 17 dismissals.
Kings XI Punjab picked him for the 2020 IPL, where he picked up 12 wickets and got nominated for ‘the Emerging Player of the Tournament’ award
Born on 5th September 1986, Pragyan Ojha is a former Indian cricketer, who represented India in all three formats of the game
This attacking slow left-arm bowler played international cricket for India between 2008 and 2013 and at one point achieved World no.5 ranking in ICC Player Rankings
In Sachin’s last test match, he had figures of 5/40 and 5/49 against West Indies and was the ‘Man of the match’ in that match
He played for Hyderabad, Bengal, and Bihar in Ranjis and was the first spinner to win the Purple Cap in the IPL.
Born on 5th September 1995, Dom Sibley is an English cricketer who made his international debut against New Zealand in November 2019
A right-handed batsman and right-arm leg-break bowler, Dom Sibley made his List A debut for Surrey in 2013.
At the age of 18, he scored a double century (242) against Yorkshire and became the youngest double-centurion in the history of County cricket.
In 2018, Sibley joined Warwickshire and made his international Test debut for England one year later in 2019.
On 6th January 2020, Sibley scored his first test hundred (133 not out) against South Africa in Capetown.