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|Full name||Björn Leo Kotzé|
|Born||11 December 1978 (age 38)
Windhoek, South-West Africa
|Batting style||Right hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|ODI debut||10 Feb 2003 v|
|Last ODI||27 Feb 2003 v|
- Cricinfo profile
- History - Cricket Namibia "The first match was scheduled for Windhoek, against the Zimbabwe B team. The Namibian team for this historic match was Ian Stevenson (captain), Deon Kotzé, Danie Keulder, Gavin Murgatroyd, Morné Karg, Melt van Schoor, Mark Barnard, Wayne Ackerman, Ian van Schoor, Björn Kotzé and Jackie Thirion (to be replaced by David Coetzee for the one-day match) with Francois Erasmus as manager. "
- The Sun Namibia D-Day for Nam cricketers Björn Kotzé
- ESPN Cricket Namibia fight back after Al Sahariar hits 177 2003 "Fast bowler Björn Kotzé took the wickets of five of the top seven Bangladesh batsmen to finish with 5/38 off 10 overs."
- Republikein.com.na "Tien goue jare vir Björn Kotzé" 2007
- Bjorn Kotze at Cricket Archive
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