Top 10 Tallest Bowlers Ever in the Cricket History

Posted on February 23, 2019, 3:31 am
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Games like football, cricket, badminton, basketball, tennis, and all others have high requirement of tallest players. In every game, it is an absolute need of tallest players in every category. But, players by choice according to height are not mandatory when performance is greater. By searching for cricket categories of games, a number of tallest bowlers can be found those who are very much attracted to the team coordination as well as to the supporters.

Top 10 Tallest Bowlers Ever in the Cricket HistoryIn cricket, there may have a number of tallest bowlers in comprising with some others. Cricket is a game of combination.  In the history of cricket some legendary all-rounder, batsman, bowlers are tallest cricketer’s in the world. All the players both shortest and tallest are playing actionably in both of their domestic as well as in their national teams to achieve the ultimate target; to become the champion among others.

The cricket lovers can find their expected results in searching the world tallest bowlers in the cricket history ever in this list. Regarding the situation, the cricket researchers are always trying to differentiate the players on the basis of their performance consistency, achievements and some other tactics without considering the height.

Top 10 Tallest Bowlers for all Time

The list below is about the tallest bowlers of all time on the basis of their actual heights.

10. Courtney Andrew Walsh

9. Tom Moody

8. Sulieman Benn

7. Curtly Ambrose

6. Steven Finn

5. Jason Holder

4. Cameron Cuffy

3. Joel Garner

2. Chris Tremlett

1. Mohammad Irfan

According to the above-mentioned criteria let’s have a look to some of the tallest bowlers of all time in the history of cricket.

10. Courtney Andrew Walsh

Courtney Andrew WalshThe former legendary bowler of West Indies and current fast bowling coach of Bangladesh national cricket team is one of the tallest Fast Bowlers in Cricket History.

He was also the captain of the West Indies team in 22 test matches. He represented the West Indies Cricket Team from 1984 to 2001. He was the 1st Bowler to reach 500 wickets Milestone. The height of Courtney Andrew Walsh is 6 feet 7 inch.

09. Tom Moody

Tom Moody SportsEonTom Moody was born in Australia on 2 October 1965. Tom Moody is one of the tallest bowlers who played for Australia. He was the Former Head coach of the Sri Lankan national cricket team.

Tom Moody is also one if the tallest bowler in the history of cricket. The height of Tom Moody is 6 feet 7 inch.

 

08. Sulieman Benn

Sulieman Benn SportsEonSulieman Benn was born in Saint James, Barbados on 22 July 1981. Sulieman Benn is one of the tallest cricketers who played for West Indies.

He has represented West Indies in 17 test and 25 ODIs, he played 17 T20 matches also. The height of Sulieman Benn is 6 feet 7 inch. He is also one if the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

 

07. Curtly Ambrose

Curtly AmbroseCurtly Ambrose was born in Swetes, Antigua, and Barbuda on   21 September 1963. Curtly Ambrose is one of the tallest bowlers who played for West Indies. Curtly Ambrose was also one of the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

He is playing actionably in both of their domestic as well as in their national teams to achieve the ultimate target; to become the champion among others. The height of Curtly Ambrose is 6 feet 7 inch.

 

06. Steven Finn

Steven FinnSteven Finn was born in Watford, England on 4 April 1989. Steven Finn is one of the tallest bowlers who played for England. He has played for England in many tests, t20 and one-day international cricket with greater effort.

The height of Steven Finn is 6 feet 7 inch. He is also one if the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

 

05. Jason Omar Holder

Jason Omar HolderJason Holder was born in Barbados on 5 November 1991. Jason Holder is one of the tallest bowlers who played for West Indies.

He has made his T20I debut against New Zealand on January 15, 2014, and ODI debut against Australia in January 2013. The height of Jason Holder is 6 feet 7 inch. He is also one if the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

 

04. Cameron Cuffy

Cameron CuffyCameron Cuffy was born in the West Indies. Cameron Cuffy is one of the tallest bowlers who played for West Indies. He was playing with the huge effort in both of their domestic as well as in their national teams to winning.

His height is 6 feet 7 inch. Cameron Cuffy is also one if the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

 

03. Joel Garner

Joel GarnerJoel Garner was born in Christ Church, Barbados on 16 December 1952. Joel Garner is one of the tallest bowlers who played for West Indies. He was known as the Big Bird from Barbados.

He has taken 146 wickets in ODI with an average of 18.84 and 259 wickets in tests. The height of Joel Garner is 6 feet 8 inch. He is also one of the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

02. Chris Tremlett

Chris TremlettChris Tremlett was born in Southampton, England on 2 September 1981. Chris Tremlett is one of the tallest bowlers who played for England.

He participated in England’s victory in the 2010–11 Ashes in Australia. The height of Chris Tremlett is 6 feet 8 inch. He is also one if the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket.

 

01. Mohammad Irfan

Mohammad IrfanMohammad Irfan was born in Punjab, Pakistan on 6 June 1982. Irfan is one of the tallest bowlers who played for Pakistan. Mohammad Irfan has given 140 km/h bowl in first-class cricket.

The height of Mohammad Irfan is 7 feet 1 inch. Mohammad Irfan is also the tallest bowlers in the history of cricket at present.

 

By searching for cricket categories of games, a number of tallest bowlers can be found those who are very much attracted to the team coordination as well as to the supporters. All the players both shortest and tallest are playing actionably in both of their domestic as well as in their national teams to achieve the ultimate target; to become the champion among others. They all have great contribution in the cricket team.

 

 

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