Ryan ten Doeschate

Batting Coach

Born30th June 1980Debut-
Years of Service2021-Capped-
Best BatFC: 259*, List A: 180, T20: 121*BowlRight-arm medium-fast
Best BowlFC: 6-20, List A: 5-50, T20: 4-24Shirt Sponsor-
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Player Biography

Ryan ten Doeschate, who retired from the professional game as a player after the 2021 season, joined up with Kent Cricket on 1 January 2022 as Men’s Batting Coach.

As a player, ten Doeschate featured in teams all across the globe in franchise cricket, winning titles in the Indian Premier League (IPL), New Zealand’s Super Smash, as well as captaining Essex in England – overseeing multiple successes across all forms of the game.

The former all-rounder made 57 appearances for the Netherlands in international cricket, most notably scoring two centuries in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, finishing his international career with an ODI batting average of 67.00.

Other Teams

Impi, Nelson Mandela Bay Giants, Netherlands, Western Province

Overseas Teams

Adelaide Strikers (Australia), Balkh Legends (Afghanistan), Chittagong Kings (Bangladesh), Comilla Victorians (Bangladesh), Dhaka Dynamites (Bangladesh), Essex (England), Gazi Tank Cricketers (Bangladesh), Karachi Kings (Pakistan), Kolkata Knight Riders (India), Lahore Qalandars (Pakistan), Mashonaland Eagles (Zimbabwe), Otago (New Zealand), Tasmania (Australia)