Full name Wilfred de Jager
Born July 16, 1975, Oudtshoorn
Died August 31, 2008, Oudtshoorn (aged 33 years 46 days)
Major teams South Western Districts
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Education Bridgton Senior Secondary School
|First-class debut||Eastern Province v South Western Districts at Port Elizabeth, Oct 26-28, 2006 scorecard|
|Last First-class||South Western Districts v KwaZulu-Natal Inland at Oudtshoorn, Feb 8-10, 2007 scorecard|
|List A debut||South Western Districts v Border at Oudtshoorn, Oct 15, 2006 scorecard|
|Last List A||South Western Districts v KwaZulu-Natal Inland at Oudtshoorn, Feb 11, 2007 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|2||S West D||v KZN-Inland||Oudtshoorn||11 Feb 2007||LA|
|13, 0/12, 2||S West D||v KZN-Inland||Oudtshoorn||8 Feb 2007||FC|
|2/45, 1||S West D||v Boland||Paarl||28 Jan 2007||LA|
|2, 0/37, 3||S West D||v KZ-Natal||Oudtshoorn||14 Dec 2006||FC|
|1||S West D||v W Province||Cape Town||11 Nov 2006||LA|
|6, 18||S West D||v W Province||Cape Town||9 Nov 2006||FC|
|2/39, 5||S West D||v E. Province||Port Elizabeth||29 Oct 2006||LA|
|40, 0||S West D||v E. Province||Port Elizabeth||26 Oct 2006||FC|
|25||S West D||v Border||Oudtshoorn||15 Oct 2006||LA|
Wilfred de Jager was an allrounder who represented South Western Districts in the 2006-07 season, His best score in first-class cricket was 40, which he made against Eastern Province in Port Elizabeth. He passed away at the age of 33 after suffering from an epileptic stroke.
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