ICC Live

CT 2017 - Buy Tickets - 300x250

Tweet

What are your thoughts on this article?

Dutch cricket squad for ODI vs South Africa

The team will prepare for the encounter at the VRA venue on Wednesday

Dutch cricket squad for ODI vs South Africa    - Cricket News
The last encounter between the two teams took place at the ICC World Cup 2011.
The Dutch Cricket Association (KNCB) has announced the Dutch squad for the ODI on 31st May 2013 at the National Cricket Centre at VRA, Amsterdam. 

The squad is: Peter Borren (captain), Wesley Barresi, Tom Cooper, Daan van Bunge, Mudassar Bukhari, Tom de Grooth, Tim Gruijters, James Gruijters, Tom Heggelman, Ahsan Malik, Paul van Meekeren, Stephan Myburgh, Pieter Seelaar, Michael Swart. Staff: Peter Drinnen (coach), Anton Roux (analyst), Jan Stappenbelt (physiotherapist), Atse Buurman (S&C), Ed van Nierop (manager). 

On Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 the team will prepare for the encounter at the VRA venue. On Tuesday 28 May the YB40-squad (see below), having played Nottinghamshire (26 May at Trent Bridge) and Kent (27 May at Tunbridge Wells), will directly travel from the airport to Amsterdam City Centre for an exciting Canal Bike Race vs. the South African cricketers.  

The last encounter between the two teams took place at the ICC World Cup 2011. The Netherlands lost by a margin of 231 runs: South Africa 351/5 – Nederland 120 a.o. (Wesley Barresi top-scoring with 44 runs).  The last match on home soil was nearly 15 years ago, when the turf wicket at VRA was officially opened on 8 July 1998. South Africa won, although they only managed 248 runs in 50 overs (Tim de Leede best bowler with 3-56/10), The Netherlands getting to 165 a.o. (Klaas-Jan van Noortwijk 44).  

YB40-squad for on 26 and 27 May.  Peter Borren (captain), Wesley Barresi, Tom Cooper, Daan van Bunge, Mudassar Bukhari, Tom de Grooth, Tom Heggelman, Ahsan Malik, Paul van Meekeren, Stephan Myburgh, Pieter seelaar, Michael Swart, Dom Michael (overseas) Staff: Peter Drinnen (coach), Anton Roux (assistent-coach), Jan Stappenbelt (physiotherapist).

Similar Articles