Shayne Moseley was born on 11 April 1994 in Christ Church, Barbados. He played his maiden first-class match for this side in October 2017 in the 2017-18 Regional Four Day tournament. He took part in his first List A match in October 2018 in the 2018-19 Regional Super50.
West Indies, Barbados, West Indians
In June 2020, Windies named Moseley as a reserve player in their squad for a Test series versus England. This series was postponed to July because of the pandemic. In December 2020, the Windies picked Moseley in their Test squad for a series against Bangladesh.
Shayne’s uncle Hallam Moseley played first-class cricket for Barbados and Somerset.
Moseley has not played any Tests.
Moseley is yet to make his ODI debut
He hasn’t featured in any T20Is to date.
Records and Facts
As of February 2021, Moseley has starred in 30 first-class matches in which he has stroked 1,745 runs at a 32.31 average and a 42.17 scoring rate with 4 hundreds and 11 fifties. Moseley’s highest first-class score is 155 not out. He has taken 12 catches in this format.
Moseley has featured in 8 List A games to date in which he has smashed 174 runs at a 21.75 average and a 67.96 strike rate with 1 fifty. Moseley’s highest List A score is 60.
Moseley’s first-class debut for Barbados was against Trinidad and Tobago in October 2017. The match ended in a draw. Trinidad and Tobago batted first and scored 300, to which Barbados replied with 310/9 declared. Moseley opened the innings and scored 3 runs.
In the second innings, Trinidad scored 257/5 declared and Barbados replied with 117/4 with Moseley failing again, scoring just 3 runs.
List A Debut
Moseley’s List A debut was versus Jamaica in the Super50 Cup on 20 October 2018. Barbados won the toss, batted first and piled 246/5 in their 50 overs. Opener Moseley contributed 27 off 50 balls with 3 fours. The top scorer was Jonathan Carter with 82 from 98 balls with 7 fours and 2 sixes. Barbados then bowled out Jamaica for 207 to win the match by 39 runs.
Moseley’s latest match was for the West Indies A versus New Zealand A held in Nelson in December 2020. The Windies A lost the match by 101 runs, but Moseley had a good outing with the bat in both innings. In the first essay, he cracked 110 off 267 balls with 11 fours and in the second knock, he stroked 54 off 126 balls with 2 fours and 2 sixes.