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Jason Jonathan Roy is a South African-born-English cricketer who plays for England in limited-over matches, and for Surrey County Cricket Club in domestic cricket. He was a part of the England squad that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup, and he holds the record for the highest individual One Day International (ODI) innings by an England batsman.
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IPL: Jason Roy & Kane Williamson lead Sunrisers Hyderabad past Rajasthan RoyalsJason Roy and Kane Williamson hit half-centuries as Sunrisers Hyderabad register just their second win of the 2021 IPL against Rajasthan Royals.
The Hundred - Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals: Lammonby catches Roy off HartleyManchester Originals' Tom Lammonby produces a superb diving catch to dismiss Jason Roy of the Oval Invincibles in the opening men's game of The Hundred.
England v Pakistan T20: 'He's on fire!' - Watch the best shots as Jason Roy hits 64Watch some of the best shots as Jason Roy hits 64 from 36 balls during the third T20 between England and Pakistan at Old Trafford.
England v Pakistan T20: Six, four and out for Jason RoyJason Roy has a short but eventful first over at Headingly with a six, a four and a dismissal during England's second T20 match of the series against Pakistan.
England v Sri Lanka: Jason Roy out to a 'stunning' Dimuth Karunaratne catchWatch as England's Jason Roy is dismissed for 60 to a "stunning" catch from Sri Lanka's Dimuth Karunaratne in their second ODI at the Oval.
T20 Blast: Surrey beat Glamorgan by five wicketsSurrey beat Glamorgan at the Oval by five wickets in the T20 Blast as Jason Roy's brutal 64 cancels out a fine 74 from Marnus Labuschagne.
IPL 2021: England's Jason Roy joins Sunrisers Hyderabad as replacement for Mitchell MarshEngland opener Jason Roy will play in this year's Indian Premier League after joining Sunrisers Hyderabad as a late replacement.
India v England: Jofra Archer and Jason Roy star in tourists' winA magnificent bowling performance sets England on the way to an eight-wicket victory over India in the first Twenty20 in Ahmedabad.