Shamarh Brooks is a West Indian professional cricket, he plays the role of a right-handed batter in the team and bats in the top order.
Shamarh Brooks is a West Indian professional cricket, he plays the role of a right-handed batter in the team and bats in the top order. Brooks is one of the most attractive West Indies batsmen going around. Brooks’s career has seen several ups and downs. Some below-par performances in the domestic circuit never really allowed him to cement his place, he switched to ‘electrical engineering’ after he was dropped from the Barbados side in 2012. Brooks stormed his way back into the Barbados set-up in 2015, and followed it up with two more hundreds in the same year.
Shamarh’s rich vein of form made the selectors take notice and he was immediately back in the scheme of things for the national senior side. He received a call-up with a match between Board President’s XI against Australia. After an impressive show, against India A during a tour to England and it was his twin half-centuries against the same opponents which earned his maiden call-up to the National side. He went on to make his Test debut for West Indies in 2019. He has chipped in with some useful knocks here and there but hasn’t been able to cement his place on the national side.
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His net worth is around INR 3 crores (approx)
He earns around INR 40 lakhs annually (approx)
Brooks earns INR 30 lakhs from his CPL franchise, Barbados Tridents
Shamarh is the brand ambassador for Beat All Sports (BAS), a cricket equipment company.
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