Shamar Joseph Net Worth: How Rich Is He In 2024

Shamar Joseph net worth

Shamar Joseph Net Worth: Shamar Joseph is a Guyanese cricketer who plays for Guyana in first-class cricket. He is a right-arm fast medium bowler. He made his international debut for the West Indies cricket team in January 2024 versus Australia at Adelaide Oval where he famously took Steve Smith’s wicket with his first ball.

Joseph born on born 31 August 1999 is from Baracara, a small community in East Berbice-Corentyne, Guyana. He experienced his first taste of cricket playing for Tucber Park Cricket Club in a few first-division and second-division matches.

He was working at a security firm while taking care of his family members, including his wife and son. He eventually quit the security firm in pursuit of career prospects in cricket, which was his dream passion.

He was named as one of four uncapped players by the Guyana Harpy Eagles for the 55th edition of the Regional Four Day Competition and he had never played or represented Guyana at any level prior to his call-up for the first-class cricket tournament. He made his first-class debut for Guyana against Barbados on 1 February 2023 during the 2022–23 West Indies Championship.

He took his first career five-wicket haul in first-class cricket against Windward Islands during the 2022–23 West Indies Championship and ended with figures of 5/41 in a spell bowling 12 overs. He was initially roped in as a net bowler by the Guyana Amazon Warriors for the 2023 Caribbean Premier League. However, he leapfrogged into the Guyana Amazon Warriors squad as an injury replacement for Keemo Paul for the 2023 season.

He eventually made his T20 debut during the 2023 season in a league stage match against Barbados Royals on 17 September 2023. He was also one of the key members of the Guyana Amazon Warriors side, which emerged victorious in the final of the 2023 CPL season. He also impressed the viewers during his maiden CPL stint in 2023 with the Guyana Amazon Warriors for his ability to deliver short-pitched deliveries at speeds exceeding 140 kph consistently, although he only featured in 2 matches.

He made his List A debut playing for Guyana against Barbados on 29 October 2023 during the 2023–24 Super50 Cup. He was included in Guyana’s squad at the eleventh hour as an injury replacement for Ronsford Beaton for the 2023-24 CG Insurance Super50 Cup. In November 2023, he was named in the West Indies A side for their tour of South Africa to play against the South African A side in a three-match first-class series.

In December 2023, he was named as one of the seven uncapped players in the West Indies test squad for the tour of Australia in order to play two-match test series as part of the 2023–2025 ICC World Test Championship.

Shamar Joseph net worth

Shamar Joseph net worth is estimated at $2 million.

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