Stuart Binny Bio

Stuart Binny is a right-handed batsman and right-arm fast bowler from India. He was born on June 3, 1984, to former Indian Test cricketer Roger Binny.


Binny has cricket in his veins as the son of a cricketer. Binny began his training under his father, who was the coach at his school.

In IACA, he also obtained coaching from coach Imtiaz Ahmed. In the 2003-04 season, he played for the Karnataka state team but did not make the starting eleven.

Binny played in the Indian Cricket League in 2007 and soon established himself as one of the best all-rounders in the tournament. The BCCI named him after he excelled in the ICL.


Binny was named to the Indian One-Day International team for the 2014 tour of New Zealand. He bowled just one over in his first ODI, which he played in January.

In July of that year, he made his Test debut against England, scoring 78 runs in the second innings after a poor first.

Rise to Glory

Binny bowled figures of 6 for 4 during India’s tour of Bangladesh in 2014, the best ODI bowling figures by an Indian bowler, as India won by 47 runs. Binny was named Man of the Match for his impressive performance.

Club Career

Binny is now a member of the Rajasthan Royals of the Indian Premier League. Binny’s 32 not out off 13 balls against the Pune Warriors India in the 2013 IPL helped the Rajasthan Royals reach their 179-run mark with a ball and five wickets to spare.

The Royals qualified for the play-offs, where Binny made 41 with Shane Watson against Chennai Super Kings.

In the past, he has also played for the Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. In addition to captaining his side in the Karnataka Premier League, he is an important member of the Karnataka squad in the domestic circuit.

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