Justin Kemp

Justin Kemp

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Justin Miles Kemp (born 2 October 1977 in Queenstown, Cape Province, South Africa) is a South African cricketer who has played Test and ODI cricket for South Africa since the 2000–01 season. Kemp is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm fast medium bowler. His batting is noted for the high frequency of sixes, particularly those which are hit out of the stadium. Kemp currently plays for Kent and has some large totals to his name as a batsman. His 56 ball century at Canterbury helped win the game and he ended up on 118 from 67. His 57 from 31 balls at Tunbridge Wells against Ireland included 5 sixes and 2 fours.

Kemp is the third generation of his family to play first-class cricket: his grandfather John Miles Kemp played a single match for Border in 1947-48, while his father John Wesley Kemp made three appearances for the same province in 1975-76 and 1976-77. His cousin is former South African international David Callaghan.

International career

In 2003, Kemp played in England for Worcestershire, with a best bowling return of 5-48 in the County Championship against Glamorgan in June, and a top score of 90 against Hampshire in the same competition in September.

Kemp made his International debut in an ODI against Sri Lanka on 14 January 2001. He made his Test debut a week later also against Sri Lanka. He was taken on the tour of the West Indies in the 2000/2001 season but he did not score many runs and was involved in a controversy when he admitted smoking marijuana. He was...
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