Matches (15)
ENG v WI (1)
WCL 2 (1)
MLC (2)
LPL (2)
TNPL (1)
ENG v SL (U19) (1)
T20 Blast (5)
Asia Cup (2)

Full Name

Raymond van Schoor


May 23, 1990


November 20, 2015, Windhoek, Namibia, (aged 25y 181d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Fielding Position






Raymond van Schoor, a wicketkeeper-batsman who was a mainstay in the Namibia batting line-up, had gathered more than 8000 runs for his country in 265 career games - making him their most capped player - before he was tragically killed by an on-field stroke in November 2015 aged 25. At the time, he was positioned second on their first-class runs list behind only Craig Williams, and third on their List-A runs list behind Gerrie Snyman and Williams. His 1550 T20 runs topped Namibia's charts.

At 22, van Schoor was named the Player of the Tournament at the ICC World T20 Qualifier in the UAE after topping the averages with 324 runs at 54.00. That same year, he was named 2012 Cricketer of the Year at Cricket Namibia's annual awards. Van Schoor served as both vice-captain and captain for Namibia, leading a total of 40 times.

Van Schoor came from a cricketing family, with his father Melt and brother Danie also turning out for Namibia. He died in Windhoek, five days after suffering a stroke during a match in the CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge. Van Schoor was batting on 15 when he collapsed and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital. He remained hospitalised but never recovered.
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Raymond van Schoor Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A10310111261893*29.08389667.19018--647


List A10320536460144/344/3432.855.1438.2100

Recent Matches of Raymond van Schoor

Namibia vs Free State15*--15-Nov-2015WindhoekList A
Namibia vs Free State0 & 32--12-Nov-2015WindhoekFC
Namibia vs Kenya8--01-Nov-2015WindhoekList A
Namibia vs Kenya27--30-Oct-2015WindhoekList A
Namibia vs Ireland5 & 10/3424-Oct-2015WindhoekFC

Photos of Raymond van Schoor

A tribute to Raymond van Schoor featuring a framed picture and his shirt number
Namibia players enjoy an off day heading out to golf
Raymond van Schoor cuts through the off side
Raymond van Schoor hit an unbeaten 48
Raymond van Schoor drives a ball
Raymond van Schoor is named Player of the Tournament