Kieron Pollard | Cricketer, Age, Biography, Sixes, Wife
Kieron Pollard’s Biography
Kieron Pollard, a former cricket player from Trinidad. Kieron Pollard’s birthdate is 12 May 1987. Kieron pollard’s full name is Kieron Adrian Pollard. Kieron Pollard’s age is 35 years old as of 2022. Kieron Pollard was born in Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago. Kieron Pollard’s hometown is Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago. Kieron Pollard’s father’s name is not known but his father died in 2021. Kieron Pollard’s mother’s name is Hazel-Ann Pollard. Kieron Pollard has two sisters. Kieron Pollard’s wife is Jenna Ali. Kieron Pollard’s son's name is Kaiden. Kieron Pollard’s nicknames are Pollard, Destroyer, Polly, and Bigman.
Kieron Adrian Pollard, a former cricket player from Trinidad, was born on May 12, 1987. He has led Trinbago Knight Riders in the CPL and the West Indies cricket team in limited overs play. He is an all-around right-arm medium-fast bowler. He was acquired by the Southern Redbacks and Somerset for their respective domestic Twenty20 campaigns during the 2009 Champions League. While playing for Mumbai Indians in the 2010 Indian Premier League, he earned a joint-highest salary.
He was appointed the team's captain for the West Indies Twenty20 International (T20I) and One Day International (ODI) competitions in September 2019. He became the first player to play in 500 Twenty20 matches in March 2020. He has never played test cricket because his style is clearly better suited to the limited overs variety, where he has had a long international career. He became the third batsman, after Herschelle Gibbs and Yuvraj Singh, to hit six sixes in a single over in international cricket during a match against Sri Lanka in March 2021.
He played in 100 T20I matches for the West Indies for the first time in February 2022 during the second game against India. After playing for the Mumbai Indians for 13 seasons and making his international cricket retirement announcement on April 20, 2022, Pollard made his IPL retirement announcement on November 15, 2022. He is currently Mumbai Indians' new batting coach.