Matches (17)
T20 World Cup (4)
SL vs WI [W] (1)
WI Academy in IRE (1)
T20 Blast (8)
CE Cup (3)

Full Name

Gerrie Snyman

Born

April 30, 1981, Windhoek

Age

43y 53d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium, Right arm Offbreak

TEAMS

The 2003 World Cup in South Africa proved a valuable learning experience for allrounder Gerrie Snyman. He played in all-but-one of Namibia's matches, opening the bowling and batting between six and ten. His batting was nothing short of a disaster as he registered three golden ducks in four innings, but he did collect six wickets, including those of Andrew Flintoff and Paul Collingwood.

A year on he hit 75 from 88 balls against an England XI who were touring South Africa, and although he is yet to hit a first-class century, he has two in South Africa's 45-over Provincial Cup, including 116 not out from 91 balls, which included eight sixes, against Easterns in January 2007.

He continues to open the bowling and, although not destructive, he picks up useful wickets at a good economy rate. He played for Walsall in the Birmingham League during 2006, starring with both bat and ball, and signed for Staffordshire for 2007.
Alan Curr July 2007

Gerrie Snyman Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODIs540551.25955.55001000
FC721309449923037.18625871.89625--360
List A13012511394819634.63431291.55427--320
T20s53523114692*23.38833137.5706986470

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODIs5528828163/693/6946.835.8548.0000
FC72-52943058755/53-40.773.4670.5410
List A130-432733451095/365/3630.684.6339.6310
T20s53448271031314/304/3033.257.4826.6100
Gerrie Snyman, player portrait

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Gerrie Snyman drives through cover during his 21
Ajay Lalcheta is mobbed by his team-mates after dismissing Gerrie Snyman
Namibia players enjoy an off day heading out to golf
Gerrie Snyman lines up a big shot
Stephan Baard and Gerrie Snyman shared a 121-run opening stand
Gerrie Snyman raises his bat after scoring a swift fifty