Ankush Bains

Country: India
Born: December 16, 1995, Hamirpur
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Playing role: Wicketkeeper Batter

Ankush Bains Bio

Ankush Katkar Singh Bains, a talented and explosive cricket player hailing from India, is known for his attacking opening style. Born on April 28, 1996, in the cricket-crazed nation, Bains made his presence felt at a young age and quickly rose through the ranks to establish himself as a promising cricketer.

Bains’ journey in the cricketing world began when he earned a first-class debut for Himachal Pradesh at the tender age of 17. His consistent performances with the age-group teams caught the attention of selectors, propelling him into the higher echelons of Indian cricket. Just two months later, he found himself representing India in the 2014 Under-19 World Cup, an incredible achievement for the young prodigy. Despite a disappointing campaign that saw India exit in the quarter-finals, Bains showcased his potential by smashing two impressive half-centuries.

Since then, Bains has firmly solidified his position in the Himachal Pradesh first-class circuit. Operating as an attacking opener, he has consistently provided strong starts for his team, earning the respect and admiration of both teammates and opponents alike. His instinctive style of play sets him apart, making him a vital asset for his side.

Bains’ performances did not go unnoticed in the Indian Premier League (IPL) either. In 2014, he was snapped up by the Rajasthan Royals at the player auction, a testament to his burgeoning talent. The following year, he was picked by the Chennai Super Kings, proving that his abilities were highly valued in the franchise cricket arena. However, due to various circumstances, Bains did not get an opportunity to showcase his skills during the two seasons he spent with these teams.

In 2016, fortune smiled upon Bains once again as the Rising Pune Supergiants enlisted him at his base price of INR 10 lakh during the IPL player auction. This presented him with a golden opportunity to prove his worth on the grandest stage of T20 cricket. Though his stint with the franchise was relatively short, Bains’s time with the Supergiants allowed him to gain invaluable experience and exposure in the highly competitive IPL environment.

As Bains’ career continues to progress, he remains an exciting prospect for Indian cricket. With his attacking approach, athletic ability, and natural instincts, he has the potential to become a force to be reckoned with in international cricket. Bains’s hunger for success, coupled with his dedication to the sport, ensures that he will continue to strive for greatness and make significant contributions to the sport that has captured the hearts of billions.

Outside of cricket, Bains exudes a down-to-earth persona and often uses his platform to inspire and motivate aspiring cricketers. He understands the importance of hard work and perseverance, and his journey serves as a source of inspiration for youngsters who dream of representing their nation on the cricket field.

As Ankush Katkar Singh Bains embarks on the next chapter of his cricketing journey, his fans anxiously await the many milestones and achievements that lie ahead for this talented and ambitious cricketer. With his raw talent, determination, and unrivaled passion for the game, it is safe to say that Bains is destined for greatness, and cricket enthusiasts eagerly await his rise to prominence on the global stage.

Ankush Bains Career Stats

Ankush Bains Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
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FC 56 84 6 2496 161 32 4428 56.36 6 8 345 13 106 23
List A 48 47 1 961 173* 20.89 1233 77.93 1 3 91 21 43 11
T20s 59 51 4 942 68 20.04 843 111.74 0 6 106 22 34 13

Ankush Bains Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
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