Full name Jan Nicolaas Dreyer
Born September 9, 1976, Amanzimtoti, Natal
Current age 38 years 325 days
Major teams KwaZulu-Natal, Lions, North West, Warwickshire Cricket Board, Western Transvaal
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|First-class span||1996/97 - 2001/02|
|List A span||1995/96 - 2000|
School - Potchefstoom Gymnasium
Jan started playing at the age of 9 and has played Nuffield cricket, his ambition is to play in the national squad and to play well. In his spare time Jan likes to go fishing and play golf as well as eat a nice steak. He is totally pleased to be at the academy.
Education: Gimnasium High
Junior Representative Cricket: WT Nuff 1993-95
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