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Last Updated:  Thursday, 2 January, 2003, 12:28 GMT

Tim de Leede
Born: 25/1/68
Team: Voorburg CC
ODI debut: 17/2/96
Past World Cups: 1996

Right-handed batsman
Right-arm medium bowler

Like captain Roland Lefebvre, all-rounder de Leede has been an integral part of the Dutch team for years.

The right-hander, likely to bat in the middle order, is probably one of the strongest batsmen in the squad.

As well as being a prolific scorer on home turf, notching up over 1,000 runs in domestic Dutch cricket in 1994, de Leede has enjoyed spells at Northamptonshire, Sussex and Surrey second elevens.

He played in the Netherlands' first and only World Cup appearance in 1996 when he suffered mixed fortunes, getting a solid 41 against England, before falling for a duck against Pakistan in the following match.

He has also proved himself as a useful one-day bowler and looked impressive in the 2001 ICC Trophy in Canada, averaging 13.27 for the whole tournament.





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