Full name Nicolaas Hendrik Christiaan de Jong Theunissen
Born May 4, 1867, Colesburg, Cape Colony
Died November 9, 1929, Willemsdal, Transvaal (aged 62 years 189 days)
Major teams South Africa, Western Province
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|Only Test||South Africa v England at Cape Town, Mar 25-26, 1889 scorecard|
|First-class span||1888/89 - 1889/90|
A right-arm fast-medium bowler with an effective offcutter, Theunissen enjoyed a good summer against the English tourists in 1888-89, taking 34 wickets in all at 10.73. This secured him his one Test appearance, and his first-class debut, at Cape Town, where he went wicketless. He had two further first-class outings the following season.
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