Fidel Edwards

Fidel Edwards

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Fidel Henderson Edwards (born 6 February 1982 in Gays, St Peter, Barbados) is a West Indian cricketer and is the half brother of Pedro Collins. A pace bowler, his slingshot action greatly resembles that of former fast bowling great Jeff Thomson. He bowls fast, can swing the ball and get reverse swing, but insists that he does not go for out-and-out pace. He was spotted in the nets by Brian Lara and Edwards was called up for his Test debut against Sri Lanka after just one match for Barbados. Edwards' slingy action is similar to that of fast bowler Lasith Malinga, of Sri Lanka. For a pace bowler he is, like Malinga, unusually short.

On 6th Feb 2009, he joined the IPL franchise of Deccan Chargers. He's picked up by Deccan Chargers for $150,000. HIs club team in Barbados is YMPC.

West Indies career

In 2003, Edwards made his Test début against Sri Lanka at Kingston, Jamaica, making 5 not out and returning with bowling figures of 5/36 and 1/54 in a winning West Indian effort. In One Day Internationals, his début was against Zimbabwe at Harare, taking career best figures of 6/22 off 7 overs against a strong Zimbabwean side. His bowling speed is around the late 80s and early 90s mph. His celebration is the same as Cory Collymore's, which is the waving of his hand in front of his face. This is similar to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestler John Cena's you can't see me move.

Despite a promising start to his test career, he has been injury...
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