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Batting style  Right-handed
Bowling style  Right-arm off spin

National side  Oman (2011–2015)
Name  Jatinder Singh
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Born  5 March 1989 (age 26) (1989-03-05) Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Role  Batsman, occasional wicket-keeper
T20I debut (cap 4)  25 July 2015 v Afghanistan

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Jatinder Singh (born 5 March 1989) is an Omani cricketer who made his debut for the Omani national side at the 2011 World Cricket League Division Three tournament. He is a right-handed top-order batsman.


Born in Ludhiana, India, to Punjabi parents, and raised in Oman, Jatinder represented the Omani under-19 side in five matches at the 2007 ACC Under-19 Elite Cup. He served as Oman's wicket-keeper at that tournament, and, unusually, all five of his dismissals were stumpings. Three of those stumpings came in the same match, against the Hong Kong under-19s. Jatinder made his senior debut for Oman in January 2011, aged 20, playing two matches in the WCL Division Three tournament. Both of these came against Italy. He was dismissed for a golden duck on debut in the group stages, caught by Hayden Patrizi off of Vince Pennazza, and did not bat in the third-place playoff, which Oman won.

Jatinder played two further matches for Oman at the 2011 ACC Twenty20 Cup, where they finished third to qualify for the 2012 World Twenty20 Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates. At the World Twenty20 Qualifier, Oman lost all seven of its group matches to finish bottom of Group B, but defeated Denmark in the 15th-place playoff. Jatinder played in only four matches at the tournament – he was first included in the team for its second match, against Uganda, but made no further appearances until towards the tournament's end, playing in the final two group matches against Namibia and Ireland, and then in the 15th-place playoff. Jatinder opened the batting with Zeeshan Siddiqui in the final three matches, scoring consecutive half-centuries in the final two matches. Against Ireland, he recorded 56 not out in Oman's total of 116/6, the highest score of the game, and against Denmark, he again scored 56, featuring in a 113-run opening partnership with Zeeshan, who made 67 from 36 balls. Despite featuring in only half the team's matches, Jatinder finished the tournament with 136 runs at an average of 45.33, making him the team's leading rungetter and placing him sixth in the overall batting averages.

Since the 2012 World Twenty20 Qualifier, Jatinder has featured regularly for Oman in ACC and ICC limited-overs tournaments, including the 2012 and 2014 ACC Premier League tournaments, the 2013 and 2015 ACC Twenty20 Cups, and the 2013 WCL Division Three and 2014 WCL Division Four tournaments. Against Jersey in the fifth-place playoff of the latter tournament, he scored 90 runs from 110 balls, for which he was named man of the match. At the 2015 ACC Twenty20 Cup, played in the UAE, Oman placed first to qualify for the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier. Jatinder was adjudged "Best Batsman" at the tournament, after innings of 45 against Saudi Arabia (from 31 balls, and including three sixes), 62 against Malaysia (from 41 balls, and including four sixes), and 70 against Singapore (from 37 balls).

Jatinder made his Twenty20 International debut for Oman in the fifth-place playoff of the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier, against Afghanistan. He made his List A debut for Oman in their three-match series against the United Arab Emirates in October 2016.

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