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Marchant de Lange


ABOUT
ABOUT

Marchant de Lange, a genuine quick bowler, hails from the northern town of Tzaneen, most famous for the being the home of Modjadji, the Rain Queen. He was discovered at the local academy by scouts from Northerns Provincial Union and was brought to their Centurion home, before making his first-class debut for Easterns in the 2010-11 season. He is a tail-end right-handed batsman and a right-arm fast bowler and was called up to the South Africa squad from relative obscurity and little first-class experience for the series against Sri Lanka. de Lange, at the age of 19, made his first class debut in 2010 for Easterns against Free State and returned match figures of 4/99. He was called up to the South Africa squad from relative obscurity and little first-class experience for the series against Sri Lanka and impressed in the second test with pace and bounce claiming 7-81 in the Sri Lankan first-innings and capturing 1-56 in the second. He made his Twenty20 debut against New Zealand on 19 February 2012 at Hamilton. He took the wicket of Martin Guptill on his debut
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