Ryan ten Doeschate

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This is a Dutch name; the family name is ten Doeschate, not Doeschate.
Ryan ten Doeschate
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Personal information
Full name Ryan Neil ten Doeschate
Born (1980-06-30) 30 June 1980 (age 34)
Port Elizabeth, Cape Province,
South Africa
Nickname "Tendo"[1]
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Batting style Right-hand
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
Role All-rounder
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 30) 4 July 2006 v Sri Lanka
Last ODI 18 March 2011 v Ireland
T20I debut (cap 10) 2 August 2008 v Kenya
Last T20I 13 February 2010 v Ireland
Domestic team information
Years Team
2003– Essex
2010–2011 Mashonaland Eagles
2010 Canterbury
2010–2011 Tasmania
2011–2014 Kolkata Knight Riders
2012 Impi
2012–2014 Otago
2013 Chittagong Kings
2013 Gazi Tank Cricketers
Career statistics
Competition ODI T20I FC LA
Matches 33 9 111 168
Runs scored 1541 214 6,464 4,554
Batting average 67.00 42.80 46.17 46.00
100s/50s 5/9 0/1 20/25 8/26
Top score 119 56 259* 180
Balls bowled 1580 204 9,479 4,650
Wickets 55 12 181 148
Bowling average 24.12 20.08 34.30 29.64
5 wickets in innings 0 0 7 1
10 wickets in match n/a n/a 0 n/a
Best bowling 4/31 3/23 6/20 5/50
Catches/stumpings 13/- 3/– 65/– 49/–
Source: CricketArchive, 24 June 2014

Ryan Neil ten Doeschate (Dutch pronunciation: [tɛn 'dusxɑːtə]; born June 30, 1980) is a Dutch professional cricketer who has represented the Netherlands at both One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) level. Considered "one of the finest players the non-Test world has ever produced", he has been named ICC Associate Player of the Year on a record three occasions, in 2008, 2010, and 2011.

Born and raised in South Africa, ten Doeschate signed with Essex CCC for the 2003 English season, qualifying under the Bosman ruling through his Dutch (and hence European Union) citizenship. A right-handed all-rounder, he first represented the Dutch national team at the 2005 ICC Trophy, and has since played a number of other tournaments for the side, including the 2009 World Twenty20 and the 2011 World Cup. At the latter tournament, ten Doeschate scored 119 runs against England, the first ODI century by a Dutch player against a full member of the ICC.

At domestic level, Ten Doeschate first established himself as a regular for Essex during the 2006 season, and was named the team's limited-overs captain for the 2014 season. He has also represented a number of professional Twenty20 sides in other countries, including franchises in Australia's KFC Twenty20 Big Bash, the Bangladesh Premier League, the Indian Premier League, New Zealand's HRV Twenty20, South Africa's MiWay T20 Challenge, and Zimbabwe's Stanbic Bank 20 Series. Ten Doeschate's domestic commitments have prevented him from playing regularly for the Netherlands, with his most recent international match coming in 2011.

Early Career[edit]

He matriculated at Fairbairn College in Goodwood, near Cape Town in 1998. Whilst at school, he excelled at both rugby and cricket.

Domestic Career[edit]

In 2003, Gooch was on tour with Essex in South Africa and saw ten Doeschate's talent for the first time in a match against a Western Province second XI. Against Essex, he first excelled with the ball in a four-day game.

He then did well with the bat in a one-dayer. It did not take long for Gooch to talk to old friend Peter Kirsten one of the Western Province coaches who mentioned ten Doeschate's EU citizenship passport that would make him eligible to play in England.

In 2008, ten Doeschate became one of the cornerstones of a strong Essex team and enjoyed success with them by winning the Friends Provident Trophy and Pro40 Division 2. During a Clydesdale Bank 40 match against the Derbyshire Falcons, ten Doeschate managed 109 not out as the Essex Eagles won on the Duckworth-Lewis method.

In 2010, ten Doeschate led the batting averages for Essex in England's Friends Provident t20 this year, making 296 runs in six matches at an average of 59.20. He also had best economy-rate for his side, conceding 6.81 runs an over, though he bowled only 11 overs.

In 2010, he signed with Tasmania[2] for the Twenty20 Big Bash in 2010/11. He was joined Pakistan fast bowler Rana Naved-ul-Hasan as Tasmania's two international players the season.

Ten Doeschate was declared the Most Valuable Player the last time he played in the tournament for Canterbury[3] in the 2010/11 season with 284 runs from nine games to be the second-highest run-getter in the league.

He was also their joint fourth-highest wicket-taker, with 12 wickets in nine games at an average of 17.66 and played a key role in their wins over Wellington and Otago early in the competition.

In January 2011, ten Doeschate was picked by the Kolkata Knight Riders team in the IPL 2011 Auction for $150,000. ten Doeschate also was the first Associate player to win an IPL contract. His selection made ten Doeschate the second Dutch player after Dirk Nannes to play in the Indian Premier League.

In 2011, he smashed 121 not out off 58 balls to lead Mashonaland Eagles to the final of the Stanbic Bank 20 Series. Ten Doeschate's hundred helped Eagles beat Matabeleland Tuskers by 23 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method in the qualifying final and set up a clash with Mountaineers. He struck eight sixes and six fours in his innings and was unperturbed by wickets falling at the other end.

In 2012, he signed Otago Volts in the HRV Cup, New Zealand's T20 league. [4] During seasonten Doeschate finished second on the runs-scorer list with 401 runs in 10 innings at an average of 50.12.


In 2013, in the Bangladesh Premier League, The Kings needed one batsman to take charge, and after Brendan Taylor left that responsibility was taken by ten Doeschate. Ten Doeschate finished as the second highest run-scorer of the tournament. The form of Ravi Bopara had initially led to ten Doeschate being benched, which seems almost improbable when you consider how successful he was for the team.

ten Doeschate held firm, and in the crucial moments, his stylish shots came out readily when required. Even when wickets were falling at the other end, and he was struggling with his timing, ten Doeschate had an answer case in point, the second semifinal against the Sylhet Royals when he struck a vital 44 off 28 balls to steer the Kings home, and into the BPL final.

In 2013, ten Doeschate and Hamish Rutherford produced exhilarating performances with the bat as Essex beat Scotland by 125 runs at Chelmsford. The home side reached 368 for 7 to record their highest 40-overs total before their opponents responded with 243 for 8.

ten Doeschate thrashed his way 180 as his best limited-overs score for the county while New Zealand international Rutherford powered his way to 110 on his Essex debut with the pair posting 230 in 22.1 overs, a new county record for the fourth wicket in List A matches.


Dutch Career[edit]

In successive innings in international matches for The Netherlands in the ICC Intercontinental Cup competition in 2005 and 2006 he scored 84, 158, 138, 100 and finally 259 not out in the victory over Canada in December 2006. This latter innings set a new record for the competition, breaking the mark of 247 established by Bermuda's David Hemp earlier in the same tournament.[5]

ten Doeschate was selected in the Netherlands squad for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. In a warm-up match prior to the World Cup, he captured five wickets against a strong India team. His haul included the wickets of Sourav Ganguly, Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni.[6]

Then, marching to the crease at 6 for 2 chasing a Himalayan 354, he scythed 57 from 74 the only Dutchman to show some form of defiance in the face of adversity.

It was a beautifully crafted innings, with eight fours and a bludgeoned six off Justin Kemp over deep midwicket. He bettered it against Scotland with a runaway 70 at better than a run-a-ball proving that his exposure to so much one-day cricket.

In the opening match of the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, he contributed to the shock defeat of the host nation England by the Netherlands by bowling the opening batsmen Ravi Bopara and Luke Wright and being the not out batsman with a score of 22.[7]

October 2010, ten Doeschate was named Associate and Affiliate Player of the Year at the ICC Awards in Bangalore. He had previously won this award in 2008. During the qualifying period, he made one century and three half centuries in ODIs.[8] Ten Doeschate was chosen ahead of Afghanistan allrounder Hamid Hassan and the Irish duo of Paul Stirling and Kevin O'Brien both centurions in the 2011 Cricket World Cup, during the awards ceremony in [London]].

In 2012, he wasn’t part of Netherlands squad that plays in the World Twenty20 Qualifiers in the UAE in March because of “other cricket commitments.”

In warm-up match against Kenya he Powered by a knock of 98 not out from 92 balls as Netherlands beat Kenya by two wickets in a close World Cup warm-up match at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo. Netherlands chased down 264 with five balls to spare thanks to ten Doeschate's innings and useful lower-order cameos.

Ten Doeschate's century against England was the strongest statement the Associates made in the first week of the tournament. It was an innings that had all the makings of greatness ten Doeschate began in sagely fashion taking time to read the pitch, before cutting loose with a variety of shots.

He treated James Anderson and Tim Bresnan with disdain, showing how lethal a combination of talent and a few years on the county circuit can make a player.

In a game against Ireland, ten Doeschate's century is his second of the tournament and he becomes the third player after AB de Villiers and Sachin Tendulkar to score two centuries in the 2011 World Cup. The 121-run stand between ten Doeschate and Peter Borren is the highest for the fifth wicket for Netherlands in ODIs.

Record[edit]

As of 2 April 2014, ten Doeschate has a One-Day International batting average of 67.00 from 33 matches. This is now the highest batting average in ODI cricket by a batsman with more than 10 innings, a considerable margin ahead of second place (Michael Bevan who averages 53.58), although his average is substantially skewed by the fact that the Netherlands seldom plays ODIs against top teams.

Nevertheless, his record against Test playing nations is still very good, an average of 51.67 from eight matches. He also possesses a List A average of 45.83, which is inside the top twenty in history and since it was largely attained in English and South African domestic competition is much less skewed than his ODI average.

One Day International Centuries[edit]

Ryan ten Doeschate's One Day International Centuries
# Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year Result
1 109*  Bermuda Kenya Nairobi, Kenya Ruaraka Sports Club Ground 2007
2 106*  Kenya South Africa Potchefstroom, South Africa Senwes Park 2009
3 109*  Kenya South Africa Nairobi, Kenya Nairobi Gymkhana Club 2010
4 119  England India Nagpur, India Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium 2011
5 106  Ireland India Kolkata, India Eden Gardens 2011

T20Is Half-centuries[edit]

Ryan ten Doeschate's T20Is Half-centuries
No. Score Against City Venue Year
1 56  Kenya Belfast Civil Service Cricket Club Ground 2008

T20 Centuries[edit]

Ryan ten Doeschate's T20 Centuries
No. Score For Against City Venue Year
1 102 Essex Middlesex London Lord's 2010
2 121* Mashonaland Eagles Matabeleland Tuskers Harare Harare Sports Club 2011


Batting graph[edit]

Ryan ten Doeschate ODI batting graph.svg
Ryan ten Doeschate ODI batting graph with 10-innings average.svg
ODI batting career of Ryan ten Doeschate as of 13 July 2012 with career batting average (left) and 10 innings moving average (right).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Player Profile: Ryan ten Doeschate". Cricinfo. 18 May 2011. Retrieved 18 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Tasmania sign ten Doeschate for Big Bash". Cricinfo. 6 September 2010. Retrieved 21 November 2010. 
  3. ^ "Canterbury sign Ryan ten Doeschate for Twenty20". Cricinfo. 14 September 2010. Retrieved 21 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Ten Doeschate to play for Otago Volts
  5. ^ "ten Doeschate sets new record". Cricinfo. 6 December 2006. Retrieved 13 December 2006. 
  6. ^ "India canter to huge win". Cricinfo. 6 March 2007. Retrieved 7 March 2007. 
  7. ^ ESPN Cricinfo
  8. ^ "Ryan ten Doeschate is Associate Player of the Year". Cricinfo. 6 October 2010. Retrieved 21 November 2010. 

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