Jason Adam Max Molins (born 4 December 1974) is a former Irish cricketer. He played as a right-handed batsman, with his career for the Irish national side spanning from 1995 to 2006.Born in Dublin, he debuted at first-class level for Ireland in 1998 and received his Oxford Blue in 1998, scoring a half century in the Varsity match at Lords. He participated in the 2001 and 2005 ICC Trophy tournaments, and aided them to that year's finals, where they lost against Scotland. He captained Ireland between 2001 and 2005 and was instrumental in the victories over Zimbabwe (scoring 107 not out), Surrey (scoring 56), and the West Indies (scoring 66). He is Ireland's most successful captain having captained Ireland on no fewer than 45 occasions and has a win ratio of over 60%.

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  • Jason Adam Max Molins (born 4 December 1974) is a former Irish cricketer. He played as a right-handed batsman, with his career for the Irish national side spanning from 1995 to 2006. Born in Dublin, he debuted at first-class level for Ireland in 1998 and received his Oxford Blue in 1998, scoring a half century in the Varsity match at Lords. He participated in the 2001 and 2005 ICC Trophy tournaments, and aided them to that year's finals, where they lost against Scotland. He captained Ireland between 2001 and 2005 and was instrumental in the victories over Zimbabwe (scoring 107 not out), Surrey (scoring 56), and the West Indies (scoring 66). He is Ireland's most successful captain having captained Ireland on no fewer than 45 occasions and has a win ratio of over 60%. Despite his prior role as captain, Molins was not selected for Ireland at the 2007 World Cup, and never played at One Day International (ODI) level. In 2008, he was named along with Mark Bott and Darren Gerard to the Maccabi GB cricket team to represent the United Kingdom at the 2009 Maccabiah Games. Molins was initially educated in Ireland and then finished his studies England. He studied for an economics degree at University College Dublin and then completed his post-graduate diploma at Oxford University in 1997. Following this he moved to London and now works as a Fixed Income analyst for an investment management company following a number of other roles in the City including Corporate Finance. Molins married Aoife Mulholland, a West End actress from Galway, in 2009. His brother, Greg, and cousin, Lara, also played for Ireland. (en)
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  • Jason Adam Max Molins (born 4 December 1974) is a former Irish cricketer. He played as a right-handed batsman, with his career for the Irish national side spanning from 1995 to 2006.Born in Dublin, he debuted at first-class level for Ireland in 1998 and received his Oxford Blue in 1998, scoring a half century in the Varsity match at Lords. He participated in the 2001 and 2005 ICC Trophy tournaments, and aided them to that year's finals, where they lost against Scotland. He captained Ireland between 2001 and 2005 and was instrumental in the victories over Zimbabwe (scoring 107 not out), Surrey (scoring 56), and the West Indies (scoring 66). He is Ireland's most successful captain having captained Ireland on no fewer than 45 occasions and has a win ratio of over 60%. (en)
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