25 July 1982 |
King William's Town, Cape Province, South Africa
|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricinfo, 14 February 2006|
Monde Zondeki (born 25 July 1982 in King William's Town, Cape Province, South Africa) is a South African cricketer who has played five Tests and seven One Day Internationals for South Africa, and three One Day Internationals for the African XI. He plays first-class cricket for the Cape Cobras and Western Province. He is a fast bowler.
In his first Test, against England in 2003, injury restricted his bowling to just a few overs, but he hit 59 in the first innings and put on 150 for the eighth wicket with Gary Kirsten after South Africa had been 142 for 7. In his second Test, against Zimbabwe in 2004-05, he took 3 for 66 and 6 for 39, giving South Africa an innings victory and winning the award for player of the match.
He was the leading wicket-taker in the 2007-08 South African season, with 62 wickets at 19.17. He represented Warwickshire during the early weeks of the 2008 season, where he was coached by former South African fast bowler Allan Donald. Although he took 4 for 95 in a County Championship match, his spell at Edgbaston was not successful, with 9 wickets at 42.33 in four Championship matches and 1 for 158 in four List A matches.
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