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Kyle Verreynne

Team flagSA26 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
#65 Batter in Test
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Kyle Verreynne Recent Form

Batting

WP vs NWD, T205 (11)
WP vs Rocks, T2028 (15) *
WP vs LIN, T2021 (20)
WP vs WAR, T2015 (16)
WP vs TUS, T2023 (11) *
WP vs TIT, T206 (7)
WP vs WAR, T2010 (10)
WP vs LIN, T2026 (33)
WP vs NWD, T2042 (30)
WP vs TUS, T208 (5)
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Kyle Verreynne Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI1210371049584.5141.222510----
Test16266001213653.1926.09653----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI12000.000.000000.00----
Test16000.000.000000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
South Africa vs Australia at Paarl - February 29, 2020
Test Debut
West Indies vs South Africa at Gros Islet - June 10 - 12, 2021

Teams played for

Cobras Cubs South Africa Schools XI South Africa Under-19s Western Province Western Province Under-15s Western Province Under-19s

About Kyle Verreynne

NameKyle Verreynne
GenderMale
Birth12 May 1997
Birth PlaceSouth Africa
Height5 ft 9 in
NationalitySouth African

23-year-old Kyle Verreynne is a fine wicket-keeper batsman who has made a name for himself while playing for the Cape Cobras in the South African domestic T20 competition. Verreynee showed his class at a young age and was awarded a first-class debut at the tender age of 18. Ever since his debut, the youngster has played quite a few substantial knocks including two in international cricket. With an impressive average of more than 50, Verreynne is considered as one for the future. ... continue reading

Player Bio

23-year-old Kyle Verreynne is a fine wicket-keeper batsman who has made a name for himself while playing for the Cape Cobras in the South African domestic T20 competition. Verreynee showed his class at a young age and was awarded a first-class debut at the tender age of 18. Ever since his debut, the youngster has played quite a few substantial knocks including two in international cricket. With an impressive average of more than 50, Verreynne is considered as one for the future. 

Studying at the Wynberg Boy’s High School which had produced future international cricketers like Jacques Kallis and Richard Levi. The youngster was part of the South African squad in the 2016 U 19 World Cup and ended the tournament as the 2nd highest run-getter for the Proteas having made his first-class debut a year earlier.

Growing up idolizing Mr 360 AB de Villiers, Verreynne is an ideal modern-day batsman who can hit in different directions of the ground. Like many other batsmen, Verreynne considers that hitting a good straight drive to start of an innings keeps him in good shape and sync which helps him get the confidence of building long innings. 

On the back of some consistent performances for the Cape Cobras in South African domestic cricket, Verreynne was awarded a national call-up for the ODI series against Australia just prior to the COVID lockdown. The youngster played for the Cape Town Blitz in the Mzansi Super League and scored a half-century straight away but had to give his place up to Quinton de Kock after he returned to the XI.