|Date of Birth:||1982, August 11|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Elmore Howard Hutchinson|
|Birth Place||Westmoreland Parish, Jamaica|
|Position in Team||Bowler|
|Current team||U.S. national side|
Elmore Howard Hutchinson is an American cricketer who made his debut for the American national side in 2012. He is of Jamaican origin. He bats right-handed and is known for his left-arm fast-medium bowling. He played for a South West regional side in 2011.
Born on 11 August 1982 in Westmoreland Parish, Jamaica, Elmore was born under the star sign of Leo. He has a height of 6 ft 6 in and a weight of 80 kg. In 2012, Elmore was selected to debut for the U.S. national side at the World Twenty20 Qualifier, which was held in the United Arab Emirates.
Elmore Hutchinson earns money from playing cricket for the U.S. national side. As of now, he receives an average salary of $160,000. That's the amount he receives for playing cricket. He receives bonuses for his performance, too.
A professional cricketer also makes money from various other sources. Likewise, Elmore is endorsed by many brands and has sponsors and partnerships and gets his share and benefits from them. Elmore's net worth is not disclosed yet though.
The 38-year-old Ogbah seems to be pretty secretive about his personal life or who he is married to or dates. He has not posted anything about his love life on his social media outlets. In fact, Elmore is not active on any social media. He is more of a lowkey kind of character.
Jamaican-born, Elmore Hutchinson moved to Los Angeles in his 20s and now plays in the highly competitive Division One of the Southern California Cricket Association. Hutchison is known for his mild character off the field. However, he is a intimidating left-handed quick bowler on the ground.
He stands exceptionally tall and with long arms to go with it, Hutchinson looms large on his approach to the crease. Though not exceptionally fast-paced, he is famous for his decent swing and also outdraws considerable bounce.
In addition to being a leading wicket-taker for the US side, Elmore has scored multiple centuries, too. Primarily a tailender at the international level, he is not quite an allrounder. Because of his good batting skills, he was sometimes used by former USA coach Robin Singh.
Elmore made his professional debut at the 2012 World Twenty20 Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates, where he took six wickets, behind only Muhammad Ghous and Abhimanyu Rajp for the U.S. Later, he retained his place in the side for the 2012 WCL Division Four tournament there.
Elmore was named in the United States squad for the 2017-18 Regional Super50 tournament in the West Indies in January 2018. On January 31, 2018, he made his List A debut for the United States in the 2017-18 Reginal Super50. The same year, he was named in the United States' squads for the 2018-19 Reginal Super50 tournament in the West Indies and the 2018 ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament in Oman.
In April 2019, Elmore signed a three-month central contract with USA Cricket. He was one of the twelve players to sign. On September 13, 2019, he made his debut for the US, against Papua New Guinea. The same year in November, he was named in the United States' squad for the 2019-20 Reginal Super50 tournament.
Named in a 30-man training squad for the United States cricket team
Named in United States's One Day International squad for the 2019 United States Tri-Nation Series
Named in the United States' squad for the 2019-20 Reginal Super50 tournament.
Scored multiple centuries
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