Full name Brandon Alexander King
Born December 16, 1994, Kingston, Jamaica
Playing role Top-order batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Brandon King, a cricketing graduate from the Kingston Cricket Club, has been a prolific domestic run-getter from an early age and has done well as a middle-order stroke-player within the teams he has played for. He was a shoo-in to the Under-19 level as he went on to represent Jamaica then Windies within the 2014 U-19 World Cup . He only scored 59 runs within the event; however, he made his first-class debut against Trinidad and Tobago because the selectors placed their faith in him to return good.
After a couple of good performances, his form deteriorated and he was in and out of the side, but he worked on his technical flaws to start out churning out consistent performances for Jamaica and was eventually drafted in to the Caribbean Premier League in 2017. After a couple of good performances and a show of potential, he made his way into the worldwide T20 pool of players too, for its inaugural edition. He continues to be an important cog in St. Kitts’ line-up because the franchise searches for an elusive win within the 2018 edition of the CPL.