Netherlands Cricket Team – The Dutch are in their fourth appearance at the Men’s T20 World Cup and have named their 15-man squad as they advance to the first round of the tournament.
Led by the experienced Pieter Seelaar, twelve men return from World Cup qualifying two years ago, while Tobias Visee and Shane Snater also join the squad as traveling reserves.
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After being left out of the squad for the World Cup qualifiers, 37-year-old Stephan Myburgh earned a place in the squad, following a rich season of goals domestically and in various white-ball internationals. Myburgh brings experience from the previous T20 World Cup, scoring 280 runs at an average of 31.11, with a strike rate of 145.83.
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31-year-old Logan van Beek and 21-year-old Bas de Leede joined the squad in the qualifiers, with van Beek returning to the Dutch team and de Leede impressing over the last eighteen months.
De Leede followed in the footsteps of his father Tim, who featured in every match of the Netherlands’ Cricket World Cup between 1996 and 2007, and was man of the match with figures of 4/35 against India in 2003.
In terms of batsmen, the Dutch boast balance through the order, with several options at the top of the order, and the likes of Ryan ten Doeschate and Roelof van der Merwe carrying the team through the middle. The rise of Myburgh’s career adds depth up top, with Max O’Dowd, Ben Cooper and Scott Edwards likely to feature. Touching his own runs, Seelaar has no shortage of bowling options at his disposal, and will be encouraged by the results from the 2019 qualifiers, also in the UAE. The pace battery of Paul van Meekeren, Timm van der Gugten, Fred Klaassen and Brandon Glover hammered the life out of a typically slow surface, with van der Merwe, Colin Ackermann and Seelaar tying the opposition in knots in midfield.
Pieter Seelaar’s men are competing in Group A in the first round of the tournament where they will face Ireland, Namibia and Sri Lanka.
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Team: Pieter Seelaar (c), Colin Ackermann, Philippe Boissevain, Ben Cooper, Bas de Leede, Scott Edwards, Brandon Glover, Fred Klaassen, Stephan Myburgh, Max O’Dowd, Ryan Ten Doeschate, Logan van Beek, Timm van der Gugten , Roelof van der Merwe, Paul van Meekeren; Subs: Tobias Visee, Shane Snater
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RESULT • Northern Group • Vitality Blast • T20 • Worcester LANCS 164/8 WORCS(17.4/20 ov, T:165) 165/3 WORCS won by 7 wickets (with 14 balls to spare) Group Table
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Live • Northern Group • Vitality Blast • T20 • Chester-le-Street DURH 146/5 BEARS(5.5/20 ov, T:147) 65/0 Bears need 82 runs in 85 balls. Table Series Table
Live • Southern Group • Vitality Blast • T20 • Hove SUSS(19.2/20 ov) 165/6 KENT Sussex elected to bat. Table Series Table
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Live • Northern Group • Vitality Blast • T20 • Leicester NOTTS 165/8 LEICS(4.2/20 ov, T:166) 31/0 Leics need 135 runs in 94 balls. Table Series Table
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South Africa Vs Netherlands Highlights, T20 World Cup 2022: Netherlands Beat South Africa By 13 Runs
The pain and joy of a sometimes brutal game. At 6.42pm local time on Thursday night in Geelong, Dutch captain Scott Edwards left the press conference at Kardinya Park a disappointed man. His team had just lost their first match of the T20 World Cup, trailing Sri Lanka by 16 runs. Edwards has put on a brave face on the podium and some Dutch optimism. “It’s just a great tournament, isn’t it,” Edwards said. “We felt we played a lot of good cricket in those three games. But yeah, the nature of this tournament, one run, 15-20 runs and you could be out. Hopefully the UAE can stand up and we’ll still go tomorrow.”
But in reality he knew that his side was against him. Namibia, who beat Sri Lanka just five days earlier, only needed to beat winless UAE to advance to the Super 12s and send the Dutch team into the running, having lost just one of three matches in this group stage qualifier and two of eight. including eligibility in July. Discussion was going on in the Dutch camp about an early flight home on Friday morning. There is a debate about where to watch the next game, whether to spend the night and watch it in the seats or in the room or in the hotel. Edwards himself is considering his next round of golf and summers in Australia, as a dual passport holder, after being away from family and friends for most of the year. Edwards chose to watch the second game with friends in the stands while some of his teammates gathered in the players’ dining room. They had time to reflect on what had happened to them against Sri Lanka as they watched the UAE crawl to 115 for 3 after 18 overs on Kardinya Park’s best pitch of the week. Netherlands have been the best bowling side in the group, understanding that simplicity is the key in Kardinya, but fell short at the last hurdle against Sri Lanka. Their tenacity and thrifty legs gave way to a few leg errors as Kusal Mendis helped himself to a 44-ball 79, laced with five leg sixes, to help Sri Lanka post their highest total of the week, 162 for 6.” I think the fielding is definitely a lot better than what we’ve been playing in the last few days,” Edwards said after the match. “In those first two overs, it was easier to keep the line and the length. Some of the Sri Lankan guys there moved around the field, caught us, and maybe our line and length wasn’t what we needed at that point. At the same time, I think to keep them to 160 at the end with so many wickets in hand is still a good effort.” -ended the quarter with a goal in hand as the ball flowed much better than the previous game this week.
David Wiese and JJ Smit made mistakes at the death as the Dutch bowlers and CP Rizwan and Basil Hameed hit three sixes and two fours between them in 12 balls to lift UAE to a very competitive total of 148 for 3rd confidence in the Dutch camp again. Although the pitch was played compared to the previous match at Kardinya, the Dutch are well aware of how difficult it will be to chase them down, as they are on the brink of elimination and need almost 20 overs to chase up. 112 and 122 earlier this week.”It’s going to be tough to build a chase. The fielding percentage, just the nature of it,” Edwards said earlier. “By hitting first, you can potentially try to get a little higher score and flush, but