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Charles Jordan Alewa Amini
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CJ Amini Wikipedia
Charles Jordan Alewa Amini, known as CJ Amini born April 14, 1992 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea is a Papua New Guinean cricketer.
Charles led Papua New Guineas successful campaign in the ICCs East-Asia Pacific Under-15 Cricket 8s in 2006/07.
He was part of the squad in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia in 2008, and went on to take eight wickets in the Qualifiers for the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in 2010. Amini made his Twenty20 level for Papua New Guinea in November 2013.
In December 2013, he was signed a rookie contract by Big Bash League team Sydney Sixers for BBL-3.
In January 2014, he dismiss Ugandas top five and eventually finished with career best figures of 6 for 19 in 10 overs as Uganda lost 10 for 52 to be all out for 105 in 35.5 overs in ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
Amini who hails from a family with deep cricketing roots. His grandfather, Brian and father Charles, both captained Papua New Guineas senior side while his brother Chris was also a Papua New Guinea senior and Under-19 captain.
His mother Kune led the Papua New Guinea womens team as well. His aunt, Cheryl Amini also played for the womens national team.