Netherlands have roped in their previous cricketer, Ryan ten Doeschate, as coach for their impending visit through South Africa. Back in October, the 41-year-old veteran resigned from all types of expert cricket in the wake of partaking in the T20 World Cup. The Dutch group lost all their three matches in the passing stage and neglected to fit the bill for the Super 12 of the multi-country occasion.
Ten Doeschate scored a duck against Ireland after which he didn’t get to bat in the match against Namibia. From there on, he didn’t partake in the game against Sri Lanka where the Netherlands were bowled out for 44. In front of the two-sided series on African soil, Netherlands’ lead trainer Ryan Campbell sounded hopeful with regards to ricocheting back after a helpless show in the World Cup.
“After the failure of the World Cup, we will hope to skip back against an awesome South African outfit. I’m amazingly eager to take HCC young people Boris Gorlee, Musa Ahmad and Clayton Floyd with us. The experience of living and breathing worldwide cricket in South Africa will be important for them,” Campbell was cited as saying in ESPNcricinfo.
The Netherlands are set to play three ODIs against South Africa on November 26, 28 and December 1. All the matches will happen at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. The Proteas, driven by Temba Ryan ten, are at present an area of the planet Cup where they are battling to guarantee a billet in the semis.
Pieter Seelaar (C), Colin Ackermann, Bas de Leede, Vivian Kingma, Max O’Dowd, Scott Edwards, Boris Gorlee, Clayton Floyd, Musa Ahmed, Brandon Glover, Fred Klaassen, Roelof van der Merwe, Saqib Zulfiqar, Stephan Myburgh, Shane Snater, Timm van der Gugten
All things considered, he had a short, however renowned lifetime for the Netherlands. In 33 ODIs and 24 T20Is, the right-hander scored more than 2,000 runs with five centuries and 12 half-hundreds of years. In the 2011 50-overs World Cup, he additionally piled up two tons against Ireland and England.
Ten Doeschate was additionally a piece of the Kolkata Knight Riders’ crews that won the 2012 and 2014 versions of the Indian Premier League. He played 820 matches, consolidating five star, List An and T20 cricket.