Rilee Rossouw


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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One of the youngest South Africans to make 1000 first-class runs. 


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin


Bloemfontein, Free State Province


South Africa

South Africa


Rilee Rossouw made his one-day international debut against Zimbabwe in August 2014 and had a poor start to say the least, making two consecutive golden ducks.

The left-hander's career has certainly blossomed since then, scoring two ODI centuries in 2015 and another against Australia in 2016.

He began his first-class career batting at No.3 for Free State and in 2008 he represented South Africa at the under-19 World Cup.

One of his most impressive performances to date came in 2010 when the then-20-year-old batsman hit the fastest triple century in South Africa domestic cricket, scoring 319 off 291 balls.

Warner epic can't prevent whitewash

David Warner made a magical 173 but it came in vain as South Africa, led by Rilee Rossouw and Imran Tahir, inflicted a fifth-straight defeat on Australia

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Rossouw ton takes Proteas to 8-327

Rilee Rossouw made 122 and JP Duminy 73 as South Africa left Australia chasing 328 to win the fifth ODI at Newlands, Cape Town

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Australia destroyed by de Kock classic

Australia's 9-294 was nowhere near enough as Quinton de Kock's 178 got South Africa home with 14 overs to spare in the first ODI in Centurion

Rossouw century powers Hants to title

Former Proteas batsman sets up record total before Hampshire sealed victory with 17 balls to spare

Countryman's "abuse" motivated ex Protea

Rilee Rossouw details how sledging from former teammate Dean Elgar backfired in English county match

Chanderpaul, Vilas link up with Lancashire

English county boosted by the additions of two international players for 2017 campaign