Full name Keegan Darryl Petersen
Born August 8, 1993, Paarl, Western Cape
Current age 24 years 102 days
Major teams Boland, Boland Under-17s, Boland Under-18s, Boland Under-19s, Cape Cobras
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak
Fielding position Occasional wicketkeeper
|First-class debut||Boland v North West at Paarl, Feb 9-11, 2012 scorecard|
|Last First-class||North West v Northern Cape at Potchefstroom, Nov 2-4, 2017 scorecard|
|List A debut||Boland v Griqualand West at Paarl, Feb 5, 2012 scorecard|
|Last List A||North West v Northern Cape at Potchefstroom, Nov 5, 2017 scorecard|
|T20s debut||Easterns v Boland at Benoni, Jan 20, 2013 scorecard|
|Last T20s||Dolphins v Knights at Durban, Nov 17, 2017 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|-||Knights||v Dolphins||Durban||17 Nov 2017||T20|
|10||Northern Cpe||v North West||Potchefstroom||5 Nov 2017||LA|
|0/106, 16, 61*||Northern Cpe||v North West||Potchefstroom||2 Nov 2017||FC|
|0/25, 103||Knights||v Warriors||Kimberley||23 Oct 2017||FC|
|0/1, 21, 71||Knights||v Lions||Potchefstroom||16 Oct 2017||FC|
|14, 0*||Knights||v Cape Cobras||Oudtshoorn||6 Oct 2017||FC|
|3/49, 31||Knights||v Dolphins||Durban||28 Sep 2017||FC|
|141, 0/6||Knights||v Cape Cobras||Bloemfontein||19 Sep 2017||FC|
|1c/0s, 26||Northern Cpe||v Free State||Kimberley||10 Sep 2017||T20|
|22, 0c/0s||Northern Cpe||v Kenya||Kimberley||9 Sep 2017||T20|
Like another "KP", Keegan Petersen is an aggressive right-hand batsman but, unlike his namesake, of slighter build and from the western coast of the country. Brought up in Paarl, Petersen played for Boland Under-19s, before being promoted to their provincial side.
He was the leading run-scorer in the first-class three-day competition in 2013-14, scoring 965 runs at 48.25, which included the competition's top score of 225*. He was duly named the Three-day Cricketer of the Year at CSA's annual awards.
Petersen was contracted to Cape Cobras in the 2014-15 season, but only played in two franchise first-class matches that season. He spent that winter at Lancashire's Read Cricket Club.
Petersen enjoyed more game time in the 2015-16 summer with four first-class matches, two one-day cup games and three T20s, but is still searching for a way to nail down a regular place in the starting XI.