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Luuk van Troost
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Luuk van Troost

Netherlands
Luuk van Troost

INTL CAREER: 2002 - 2007

Full Name

Lucas Petrus van Troost

Born

December 28, 1969, Schiedam

Age

51y 129d

Batting Style

Left hand bat

Bowling Style

Left arm medium

relations

(brother)

TEAMS

Luke van Troost was primarily a middle order batsman although in the 2003 World Cup in South Africa he did open the batting against Australia (hitting 23 from 33 balls). His left-arm medium pace served his side well over the years providing good variation to the Dutch attack. He led the national side for four years, and quit after the 2007 World Cup, bowing out on a low as, being one of the selectors, he dropped himself for the final match of the tournament. His brother Andre was a fierce right-arm quick bowler who played for Somerset. He is headmaster of a school for special education in Holland.
Alan Curr April 2007

Career Averages

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODI232022844015.7745662.280027660
FC4712958649.1664545.730220
List A5142574259*20.0503140
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODI231124628042/292/2970.006.8261.50000
FC427613111/28131.002.84276.00000
List A51984798234/284/2834.694.8642.70100
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Photos


Ricky Ponting and Luuk van Troost at the toss along with Barry Richards
Luuk van Troost leads the Netherlands during the opening ceremony
Luuk van Troost, the Netherlands captain, at a press conference in Montego Bay
Luuk van Troost  celebrates the wicket of Rahul Dravid
An emotional Klaas-Jan van Noortwijke is embraced by team mate Lucas van Troost
Andy Bichel appeals successfully for LBW to dismiss Van Troost