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Top 20 Thing’s You Didn’t Know About Henry Olonga

Henry was born on the 3rd of July in 1997

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He played domestic first-class cricket in Zimbabwe for Mashonaland and Manicaland

He made his debut in January 1995 when he was aged 19years

He was the first black cricketer

He was also the youngest person to play for Zimbabwe

Henry lives in England

His International career ended in 2003

He is now pursuing a career as a cricket commentator and singer

Henry was born in Lusaka Zambia

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His father was Kenyan and his mother was Zimbabwean

He was a right arm fast bowler

Olonga played 30 Test matches for Zimbabwe

He took 68wickets in his career

He played 50 One Day Internationals taking 58wickets

Olonga was educated at Rhodes Estate Preparatory School and played cricket for the Partridges

He found a strong Christian faith in1992 at a youth camp in Marondera

He was considered one of the fastest bowlers in international cricket, but also one of the more inaccurate

He met Tara Read in Adelaide while attending the Australian Institute of sports cricket program

Henry married his lover in 2004

He has an autobiography titled Blood, Sweat and Treason, which was released in July 2010 by Vision Sports Publishing.



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