2012 - Winners of Alan Murray T20 Cup
Capt. D.Alan Lewis
In all, Jeremy Bray has played 83 times for Ireland between 2002 and 2009. In that time, the left-hander scored 2812 runs at an average of 31.95, a career that included 12 fifties and seven centuries and a top score of 190 against the United Arab Emirates in 2005.
He was part of the Ireland team that reached the Super Eight stage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 and his unbeaten century against Zimbabwe in Sabina Park, Jamaica, was the main contribution to that crucial tie in the group stage of the competition.
In Leinster club cricket, Bray’s record is truly outstanding. In 198 matches at senior level he scored 9,660 runs at an average of 62.32, including 23 centuries and 61 fifties. He was not out 39 times out of his 194 innings, which as an attacking opening batsman, was a significant achievement in itself.