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MarizanneKapp

Team flagSA34 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#8 Batter in ODI
#2 Bowler in ODI
#1 All Rounder in ODI
#58 Batter in T20I
#42 Bowler in T20I
#12 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

32 (16) vs RCBW,
16 (9) vs MIW,
0 (4) vs AUSW, ODI
75 (87) vs AUSW, ODI
50 (58) vs AUSW, ODI
75 (48) vs AUSW, T20I
20 (18) vs AUSW, T20I
1 (5) vs AUSW, T20I
6 (5) *vs BANW, ODI
2 (4) vs BHW, BBL
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Test
BBL
100B
WC ODI
Matches140
Innings119
Runs2792
100s2
50s14
HS102
SR74.61
Avg32.85
Fours271
Sixes13
Duck outs--
Rank--

Teams played for

Eastern Province Women South Africa Women Sydney Sixers Women

About Marizanne Kapp

NameMarizanne Kapp
GenderFemale
Birth4 Jan 1990
Birth PlacePort Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Height5 ft 7 in
NationalitySouth African

Since her debut in 2009, Kapp has steadily become South Africa’s premium all-rounder. A talented right-arm medium pacer, Kapp has represented Eastern Province in both cricket and netball.... continue reading

Player Bio

Since her debut in 2009, Kapp has steadily become South Africa’s premium all-rounder. A talented right-arm medium pacer, Kapp has represented Eastern Province in both cricket and netball.

Kapp made her international debut in the 2009 ICC Women’s World Cup. She made her debut against Australia, and despite bowling at an economical rate and impressing everyone with her raw pace, South Africa lost the match by 61 runs.

Four years later, in the 2013 World Cup, Kapp registered the highest-ever score by a South Africa women’s player at the World Cups. She slammed an unbeaten 102 against Pakistan at Cuttack, and also was at her menacing best with the ball in hand, picking up 3 crucial wickets to guide the Proteas to the Super Sixes stage.

She continued her red hot form in the shortest format of the game, and in a T20I match against Bangladesh, Kapp became just the third woman to grab a T20I hat-trick. 

Kapp was the lone warrior for the Proteas at the 2018 Women’s T20 World Cup. The Port Elizabeth born player was the leading run-scorer for her team in the tournament with 98 runs in four matches.

Kapp has also represented the Sydney Sixers in the inaugural season of the Women’s Big Bash League in 2015. The all-rounder finished the tournament with 17 wickets at an economy of 4.28 runs per over.

Kapp has been the most consistent player for the Proteas over the past decade. Her ability to rotate the strike is second to none. Not only with the bat, but Kapp is equally menacing with the ball. She is well equipped with raw pace and aggressive bowling nature.

(As of Mar 2021)