Darron Reekers

Role All Rounder
Born May 26, 1973
Nationality Netherlands Netherlands
Team History
Otago cricket team 1997 - present
Netherlands National Cricket Team Netherlands 2006 - 2009
Canterbury 1998 - 2001
Canterbury cricket team 1994 - 1996
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Darron Reekers is a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler who plays for Netherlands cricket team. He has also played for Otago and Canterbury teams.

Reekers debuted in One day Internationals on 4th July 2006 at Amstelveen against Sri Lanka. In this match, he bowled 9 overs, none were maidens, conceded 82 runs and took the wicket of Tharanga on 18. Reekers was the No. 2 batsman and was bowled by Fernando after he made 39 runs in 27 deliveries, inclusive of 7 boundaries. Sri Lanka won this match by 195 runs. Reekers debuted in Twenty20 Internationals on 2nd August 2008 at Belfast against Kenya. In this match, Reekers was the No. 1 batsman and he scored 29 runs in 24 deliveries inclusive of 6 boundaries and was stumped by Ouma off the bowling of Varaiya. He did not bowl in this match. Netherlands won this match by 19 runs.

Career Highlights

Reekers has played in 17 One day Internationals in which he has scored 436 runs at a batting average of 25.64 and strike rate of 118.47. He has hit 1 century, 72 boundaries, 6 sixers and has taken 7 catches. He has bowled 450 deliveries, has conceded 389 runs and has taken 13 wickets. His bowling average has been 29.92 and economy rate 5.18. He has played in 4 Twenty20 Internationals and has scored 31 runs in them at a batting average of 10.33 and strike rate of 103.33.

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