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Bowler Rankings 2006 (all teams)

Varaiya of Kenya was the best One Day Bowler in 2006!! Wow! He took a phenomenal 12 wickets in just 6 matches he played, at a miserly economy rate of 3.15 RPO and an average of 13.5 RPW taking a wicket every 25.6 balls he bowled. Well, well, we have some potential there. I hope he doesn’t vanish after this..

Shaun Pollock at No. 2 is no surprise. As reliable as always he has blossomed into a handsome allrounder off late. But his mainstay is bowling, and he took 32 wickets in 21 matches he played, at a miserly economy rate of 2.98 RPO and an average of 17.34 RPW taking a wicket every 34.8 balls he bowled.

Abdur Razzak of Bangladesh is at No. 3 (different from Abdul Razzak of Pakistan). He took 45 wickets in 26 matches he played, at a miserly economy rate of 3.49 RPO and an average of 17.95 RPW taking a wicket every 30.8 balls he bowled.

Leverock of Bermuda at No. 4th took 15 wickets in 11 matches he played, at a miserly economy rate of 3.2 RPO and an average of 20.86 RPW taking a wicket every 39 balls he bowled. We hope he can Leave-Rock the boat of a Star Team (read Sri Lanka, India or Bangladesh)

Bangladesh has 5 players in top 16.

S.No. Name Country
1 HA Varaiya KENYA
2 SM Pollock RSA
3 Abdur Razzak BDESH
4 DM Leverock BMDA
5 S Dhaniram CAN
6 KD Mills NZ
7 KS Lokuarachchi SL
8 Mohammad RafiqueBDESH
9 SE Bond NZ
10 Mashrafe MortazaBDESH
11 NW Bracken AUS
12 GB Brent ZIM
13 M Ntini RSA
14 GD McGrath AUS
15 Saqibul Hasan BDESH
16 Syed Rasel BDESH
17 TM Odoyo KENYA
18 JM Davison CAN
19 IDR Bradshaw WI
20 PJ Ongondo KENYA
21 ID Blackwell ENG
22 A Nel RSA
23 JS Patel NZ
24 P Utseya ZIM
25 K Hurdle BMDA
26 SL Malinga SL
27 B Lee AUS
28 M Muralitharan SL
29 DL Vettori NZ
30 Harbhajan Singh IND

*These rankings are based on Players who’ve played 5 matches or more. These rankings are prepared solely by myself based on owned algorithms.

About the author

Vineet Kapoor

Born in 1966, BE (Mechanical), MBA (Marketing & Finance). Worked previously in Tata Sons, Essar Cellphone etc. before venturing out.

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Member: ASCI (Administrative Staff College of India), Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Bombay Productivity Council, UBS Alumni Association (Secretary, Chandigarh Chapter)