Aged 26 years, 6’6 “and weighing 140 kg, Cornwall the world’s heaviest cricketer landed on the field

At six feet six inches in length, Rahkim has become the heaviest cricketer to play international cricket. Hardly anyone would want to make this special record of theirs. Rakim is a right-handed off-break bowler. There are also useful batsmen as needed. He was included in the team in place of fast bowler Miguel Cummins.

Seeing the weight and length of 26-year-old all-rounder Rahkim Cornwall of the Windies, he is called the ‘Mountain Man’ of cricket in the Windies. The Bermuda player named Dwayne Leverock, who played cricket in the 2007 World Cup, as the highest weight player in the history of cricket so far. During that time his weight was 127 kg.

In the recent West Indies Championship, Leeward performed better in the first division for Iceland Hurricanes and West Indies ‘A’. He has played 55 first-class cricket matches, in which he has scored 2224 runs with a century and 13 half-centuries. Apart from this, he has also taken 260 wickets in these 55 matches.

Apart from this, Cornwall has also done well in List A matches. He scored 1240 runs in 48 matches at an average of 32.63. During this, he scored three half-centuries and four centuries. Cornwall also has 56 wickets in List A. Cornwall scored two half-centuries in the unofficial Test against India A and also took 4 wickets.

It may be known that Cornwall had troubled Team India in July 2015 while playing for the Board President’s XI. With his off-spin bowling, Rahkim Cornwall took five wickets in the practice match, which included the wickets of Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane.

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