Morné van Wyk
|Full name||Morné Nico van Wyk|
20 March 1979 |
Bloemfontein, Orange Free State Province, South Africa
|Role||Wicketkeeper, Opening Batsman|
|ODI debut (cap 75)||12 July 2003 v England|
|Last ODI||19 March 2011 v Bangladesh|
|ODI shirt no.||44|
|T20I debut (cap 27)||2 February 2007 v Pakistan|
|Last T20I||14 January 2015 v West Indies|
|T20I shirt no.||15|
|Source: CricketArchive, 14 January 2015|
He has also functioned as wicket-keeper. He made his ODI debut at Lords in 2003 scoring 17 in a very low scoring game. He is also the brother of fellow Eagles player Divan van Wyk. On 9 January 2011 in a Twenty20 International match against India, Morné scored the quickest half-century ever by a South African. It came off only 24 balls.
During the 2014-15 West Indian tour of South Africa, van Wyk scored a Twenty20 International century in the third T20I of the series, and by doing so became the third South African to score a T20I century.
Twenty20 International Centuries
|Morné van Wyk's Twenty20 International centuries|
|||114*||6||West Indies||Durban, South Africa||Kingsmead Cricket Ground||2015||Won|
Twenty20 International Cricket
Man of the Match Awards
|1||West Indies in South Africa||2014/15||114* (70 balls, 9x4, 7x6) ; 1 ct.||South Africa won by 69 runs.|
-  "Even he if doesn't play for the Proteas in their T20 clash against India, Morné van Wyk is a strong candidate for the World T20."
- Knights too strong for Titans February 19, 2012 "A partnership of 97 runs between captain Morné van Wyk and Reeza Hendricks ensured the Knights got over the line in their T20 Challenge match against the Titans"
- "West Indies in South Africa T20I Series - 3rd T20I – South Africa v West Indies Scorecard". ESPNcricinfo. 25 February 2015. Retrieved 12 March 2015.