Tim De Leede

Born Jan 25, 1968
Nationality Netherlands Netherlands
Team History
Netherlands National Cricket Team Netherlands 1996 - 2007

Tim de Leede was a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler of Netherlands cricket team. He has also played for Voorburg CC team.

Tim made his One day International debut on 17th February 1996 at Vadodara against New Zealand Cricket team. In this match, he bowled 7 overs and gave away 58 runs at an economy rate of 8.28. He batted at the 6th position. He could score just 1 run off 4 deliveries and he was out leg before wicket off the bowling of Harris. New Zealand won this match by 119 runs.

Tim has played in just 1 first class match against Kenya at Nairobi Gymkhana from 29th March to 1st April 2006. In the 1st innings, Tim scored 23 runs off 44 deliveries which included 4 boundaries before he was caught by Patel off his own bowling. Tim bowled 13 overs out of which 5 were maidens and he conceded 21 runs. In the 2nd innings, he faced 15 deliveries and was out for no score off the bowling of Karia.

Career Highlights

Tim has taken part in 29 One day matches in which he has scored 400 runs. His batting average is 16.66, strike rate 63.69 and highest score 58 not out. He has hit 2 fifties and has taken 7 catches. Overall, there have been 5 sixers and 39 boundaries. He has bowled 1139 deliveries and conceded 999 runs while taking 29 wickets. His bowling average has been 34.44 and economy rate 5.26.

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