The Papua New Guinea national cricket team nicknamed the “Barramundis.” They represent the country of Papua New Guinea in international cricket. The cricket team of Papua New Guinea previously had the status of One-Day International (ODI), which they gained by obtaining the fourth position in the World Cup Qualifier of 2014. In March 2108, the Papua New Guinea cricket team lost the status of both ODI and T20I, after losing a playoff match against the Nepali cricket team during the World Cup Qualifier of 2018. As a result, their opponents got the status of ODI and T20I. During the final World Cricket League 2 fixture on 26 April 2019, the Papua New Guinea cricket team defeated Oman national cricket team and finished at the fourth position, and successfully regained their ODI status. Here are the top 10 best players on the Papua New Guinea cricket team in T20I-

10. Chad Soper

Chad was born on 19 November 1991, is a Papua New Guinean cricket player. Chad was born in Port Moresby, his mother is Papua New Guinean, and his father is a New Zealander; he enjoyed his childhood in the New South Wales Central Coast.

9. Jack Vare

Jack is a right-handed batsman who usually does wicket-keeping in the Papua New Guinea cricket team. During the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier, Jack made 96 runs in just 59 balls (7×4, 7×6) against the Netherlands cricket team in New Plymouth.

8. Mahuru Dai 

Mahuru was born on 30 May 1984 is a Papua New Guinean cricket player. Mahuru was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler in the Papua New Guinea cricket team. From 2005, Mahuru played for the Papua New Guinea national cricket team.

7. Kiplin Doriga

Kiplin was born on 18 October 1995, is a Papua New Guinean cricket player. Kiplin made his debut in the One Day International (ODI) matches for the Papua New Guinea cricket team against Scotland cricket team in November 2017.

6. Lega Siaka

Lega emerged as the first cricketer from the Papua New Guinean cricket team to make a century in a One Day International match. Lega scored his first-class maiden century in April 2017 during round five of the ICC Intercontinental Cup of 2015–17against the UAE.

5. Norman Vanua

Norman was born on 2 December 1993, is a Papua New Guinean cricket player. Vanua made his debut in the One Day International matches for the Papua New Guinea cricket team on 9 November 2014 against the Hong Kong cricket team in Australia.

4. Sese Bau

Sese made his debut in the Twenty20 International matches in February 2016 against the Ireland cricket team in Australia. Sese gave his first appearance in One Day International matches on 4 November 2016 against the Hong Kong cricket team.

3. Charles Amini

Charles Jordan Amini, also nicknamed CJ Amini, was born on April 14, 1992, in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. CJ Amini plays for the Papua New Guinean cricket team. Amini’s father is Kune Amini, and he is the brother of Chris Amini; they both represented Papua New Guinea.

2. Assad Vala

Assad was born on 5 August 1987, is a Papua New Guinean cricket player and the captain of the Papua New Guinea national cricket team. Assad is a left-handed batsman and off-spin bowler in the Papua New Guinea national cricket team since 2005.

1. Tony Ura

Ura was born on 15 October 1989, he plays for the Papua New Guinean cricket team. Ura is a right-handed opening batsman on Papua New Guinea national cricket team. Ura was selected in Papua New Guinea’s squad for Group A of the ICC T20 World Cup East Asia-Pacific Qualifier tournament 2018–19. In Papua New Guinea’s opening match of the above qualifier, against Samoa, Ura made 120 runs in just 55 balls.