Full name: Dwaine Pretorius
Born: March 29, 1989, Randfontein
Current age: 30 years 281 days
Major teams: South Africa, Lions, North West, South Africa Emerging Players,
South Africa Under-19s, PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team.
National side: South Africa
Playing role: Bowler
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium-fast
An all-rounder who swapped pace for exactness due to twin knee wounds, Dwaine Pretorius is a delayed prodigy whose batting is as significant as his bowling. In the post-Jacques Kallis time, Pretorius‘ away swingers and lower-request runs earned his first global call-up in 2016.
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That was eight years after Pretorius was named in South Africa’s under-19 squad for the 2008 World Cup. He never got to the competition since he tore a ligament in his correct knee. Having seen the delicacy of a sportsman’s profession, Pretorius set it aside as a choice and decided to examine. After three years, equipped with a bookkeeping degree, he chose to give cricket another go.
Pretorius joined the North-West commonplace side in the 2010-11 season and just got a search in for the last round of the late spring. He scored 53 and took 5 for 38, and turned into a standard individual from the side the accompanying season. In 2011-12, he was named the T20 Amateur Cricketer of the Year and was remembered for the Lions’ squad for the 2012 Champions League T20, yet the knee erupted again and he required medical procedure.
When Pretorius returned, he quit making progress toward speed and retired bowling 140+. Rather, he worked in the mid-130s and attempted to copy Vernon Philander’s exactness. He earned an establishment contract in the 2014-15 season and was named the South African Cricketers‘ Association’s MVP in 2015. In winter 2016, he went with South Africa A squad to play a quadrangular challenge in Australia and in September 2016, he was called up to South Africa’s ODI squad to play Ireland. In spite of the fact that Pretorius was unique because of play that game, he was held for the ODI arrangement against Australia when Wayne Parnell was harmed.
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Pretorius was called up to South Africa’s Test squad to Australia in November after Dale Steyn broke his shoulder, on the rear of solid batting exhibitions in South Africa’s five-star rivalry.
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & Fielding||Mat||Inns||NO||Runs||HS||Ave||BF||SR||100||50||4s||6s||Ct||St|
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|2/26, 4, 1/56, 0||South Africa||v England||Cape Town||3-01-2020||Test # 2379|
|33, 1/23, 7, 1/26||South Africa||v England||Centurion||26-12-2019||Test # 2377|
|0/6, 43||Paarl Rocks||v Spartans||Paarl||16-12-2019||T20|
|29, 1/22||Paarl Rocks||v Blitz||Cape Town||24-11-2019||T20|
|1/12, 37||Paarl Rocks||v Jozi Stars||Paarl||22-11-2019||T20|
|9, 0/12||Paarl Rocks||v Spartans||Paarl||17-11-2019||T20|
|34, 1/11||Paarl Rocks||v Blitz||Paarl||10-11-2019||T20|
|3/25, 14, 2/30||Lions||v Dolphins||Johannesburg||28-10-2019||FC|
|2/52, 0/14||Lions||v Knights||Kimberley||21-10-2019||FC|
|13*, 2/52, 71, 1/21||Lions||v Warriors||East London||14-10-2019||FC|