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Team flagSA23 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast Bowler
#65 Bowler in ODI
#87 Bowler in Test
#79 All Rounder in Test
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

19 (18) vs IND, Test
19 (39) vs AUS, ODI
10 (13) vs PAK, ODI
3 (3) vs ENG, ODI
22 (23) vs NED, ODI
0 (1) vs AUS, ODI
2 (8) vs AUS, ODI
13 (11) vs AUS, T20I
11 (11) vs AUS, T20I
1 (2) vs AUS, T20I
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Test
WC ODI
Matches16
Innings9
Runs77
100s0
50s0
HS22
SR66.38
Avg8.56
Fours4
Sixes1
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:South Africa v West Indies Buffalo Park, Eastern Cape South Africa, 18-3-2023

Teams played for

Free State Under-13s South Africa Under-19s

About Gerald Coetzee

NameGerald Coetzee
GenderMale
Birth2 Oct 2000
Birth PlaceSouth Africa
NationalitySouth African

Gerald Coetzee is a talented fast-bowling all-rounder from the land of Allan Donald. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Gerald Coetzee is a talented fast-bowling all-rounder from the land of Allan Donald. 

He is a hit-the-deck kind of pacer who enables the batters to play shots that they don’t want to and an explosive lower-order batter too. The allrounder has represented South Africa Under-19s during the 2018 and 2020 events. 

The Bloemfontein-born started playing the sports in the backyard under the guidance of his older brother. As he grew, his likeness turned into love and he was selected to play for Free State Under 13s. On the back of age-group performances, the selectors picked a 17-year-old Coetzee for the U19 World Cup held in New Zealand in 2018, where he played four games and scalped six wickets and scored 70 crucial runs. The all-rounder played a couple more games in the next edition of the ICC event. 

In between the two World Cups, a lot happened with Coetzee, the all-rounder was picked by the Knights team to make his domestic debut. He made his List A debut in the 2018–19 CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge and made his Twenty20 debut in the 2018–19 CSA T20 Challenge. 

He made his first-class debut in the 2019–20 CSA 4-Day Franchise Series. Coetzee gained a lot of experience after playing domestically. In 2020, he represented the Kingfishers team during CSA’s invented 3-Team Cricket format. 

During the 2021 IPL season, Rajasthan Royals bagged the South African as a replacement for Liam Livingstone, but Coetzee didn’t feature in any game as the edition got suspended after the bubble breach mishap. 

(As of June 2021)