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Garnett Kruger

Team flagSA47 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Garnett Kruger Recent Form

Batting

RSAL vs INDL, T200 (0) *
RSAL vs SLL, T204 (4) *
RSAL vs INDL, T201 (1) *
RSAL vs SLL, T202 (9)
SA vs AUS, ODI0 (7)
SA vs SL, ODI0 (3) *
SA vs AUS, T20I3 (5)

Bowling

RSAL vs SLL, T202-43
RSAL vs NZL, T200-15
RSAL vs INDL, T200-53
RSAL vs SLL, T200-21
RSAL vs BANL, T201-27
RSAL vs INDL, T201-35
RSAL vs ENGL, T201-9
RSAL vs SLL, T201-23
RSAL vs WIL, T200-34
SA vs AUS, ODI0-35

Garnett Kruger Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI3200000.000.0000----
T20I11300360.003.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI3326.0469.501/430069.00----
T20I1107.250.000/29000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Australia vs South Africa at Brisbane - January 15, 2006
T20I Debut
Australia vs South Africa at Brisbane - January 09, 2006

Teams played for

South Africa Glamorgan Warriors South Africa Legends

About Garnett Kruger

NameGarnett Kruger
GenderMale
Birth5 Jan 1977
Birth PlacePort Elizabeth, Cape Province
NationalitySouth African

The former Gauteng and South Africa fast bowler, Garnett Kruger is a tall, slim hit-the-deck kind of bowler with a tall bowling action. Kruger arrived at the domestic circuit in 1997 playing for Eastern Province B before moving to Lions in 2004 after the reorganisation of South African domestic cricket.... continue reading

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Player Bio

The former Gauteng and South Africa fast bowler, Garnett Kruger is a tall, slim hit-the-deck kind of bowler with a tall bowling action. Kruger arrived at the domestic circuit in 1997 playing for Eastern Province B before moving to Lions in 2004 after the reorganisation of South African domestic cricket.

Kruger, who played for Leicestershire in county cricket in 2004 remained on the fringes of the international side until he earned a national call-up for the second time in his career for the tour of Australia in 2005-06. Appearing in a few matches, he failed to make a mark on the international stages and was further dropped from the squad. In hopes of reigniting his cricketing career, he joined Leicestershire quit South African cricket, and signed a long-term Kolpak contract with Leicestershire, after claiming he is disenchanted with the opportunities on offer to black and coloured cricketers in his homeland.

Concerned about the workload in English domestic cricket, Kruger left County to play domestic cricket in South Africa but after a year he signed a year contract with Glamorgan, becoming the County’s first Kolpak player in 2009.

At the age of 44, Kruger featured in the 2021 Road World Safety Series playing for the South Africa Legends. Playing against Indian Legends, he donned the new ball and provided the early breakthrough as he dismissed Virender Sehwag in the second over of the match but ended up on the losing side as the Proteas Legend squad failed to chase the mammoth target of 205 in 20 overs.

(As of April 2021)