Dwaine Pretorius is a South African International Cricketer who represented Cricket South Africa National Team in One Day International and T20I. He is a bowling all-rounder with right-arm medium-fast bowling action and right-handed batting style. Dwaine made his first-class cricket career debut for North West during 2010 and for the first time included in North West Cricket Team for the Africa T20 Cup during 2015.
Pretorius has 3 wickets for 5 runs in One Day International and 1/12 in T20 International. As his best bowling figures with bowling averages of 29.95 and 27.00 respectively. Dwaine Pretorius was named in the Cape Town Knight Riders squad for the inaugural edition of Global T20 League which was canceled by the South Africa Cricket in 2017.
Dwaine made his debut in South African Mzansi Super League T20 tournament, inaugural edition for Jozi Stars in October 2018. Pretorius made his debut for English County Championship for Northamptonshire during the Natwest T20 Blast Tournament in 2019. He has 50 runs as his best score in ODI and 77* unbeaten in T20I.Â
Dwain has fantastic stats in first-class, List A and T20 games including his league cricket career. He played 135 T20â€™s including his Mzansi Super League career and took87 wickets in total. Pretorius first-class cricket stats accumulate over 200 wickets including List A career.
He made his first-class cricket career for Highveld Lions during 2011. Pretorious represented Jozi Stars in the Mzansi Super League during 2018 and retained by the franchise. He has been drafted in the PSL 2020 draft in the Silver category and picked by Peshwar Zalmi.
Dwaine PretoriusÂ Career Stats
Dwaine Pretorius Profile
|Full Name||Dwaine Pretorius|
|Date of Birth||29 March 1989 Randfontein, Transvaal Province, South Africa|
|Playing Roll||Bowling all-rounder|
|Bowling Style||Right arm Medium-Fast|
|ODI Debut||25 September 2016 v Ireland (cap 119)|
|T20 Debut||21 June 2017 v England (cap 71)|
|Major TeamsÂ Â Â Â Â Â||South Africa, Lions, North West, South Africa Emerging Players, South Africa Under-19s|