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Bas de Leede Biography- Records | Stats | Family | Career

Bas de Leede Biography: Bastiaan Franciscus Wilhelmus de Leede followed his father Tim’s footsteps into the Dutch Cricket team. Timotheus Bernardus Maria De Leede (Tim de Leede) born on January 25, 1968, is a right-hand all-rounder and a retired Dutch cricketer.

Tim de Leede made his first ODI debut during the match against New Zealand on February 17, 1996, where he was dismissed for 1 run on a run-out.  Tim de Leede had played 29 ODIs, and 62 List A matches and has amassed 1300 runs and also dismissed 83 wickets during his 11-year ODI career.

Bas de Leede Biography

Bas de Leede Biography: Bas de Leede’s cricket career began with a List A match played for KNCB Xl during the Netherlands tour of Zimbabwe in September 2017 where he scored 24* runs on 39 balls.

He made his first-class debut for the Netherlands against Namibia in the ICC Intercontinental Cup on November 29, 2017, where he scored a half-century in the second innings of the Netherlands. The Netherlands won the match by 231 runs.

The Netherlands Cricket team entered the World Cup tournament after 12 years where Bas de Leede played a crucial role for the team to qualify for the mega event in India in 2023.

Full Name Bastiaan Franciscus Wilhelmus de Leede
Age 23 Years
Date of Birth November 15, 1999
Home Town Nootdorp, Netherlands
Height 5 ft 7 In (170cm)
Father– Tim de Leede
Sister– Babette de Leede (cousin)
Marital Status Single
Playing Role Batting All-rounder
Test– Not available
ODI – Netherlands vs Nepal August 01, 2018
T20I – Netherlands vs Ireland June 12, 2018
FC – Netherlands vs Namibia November 29 – December 02, 2017
List A – KNCB Xl vs ZIM September 29, 2017
T20 – Netherlands vs Ireland June 12, 2018
Teams Played Netherlands, Durham, KNCB Xl, Marylebone Cricket Club Young Cricketers, MI Emirates, Netherlands U-19, Northern Superchargers

Bas de Leede Family

Bas de Leede Biography: Father Tim de Leede had an ODI career for 11 years for the Dutch national side. He had played for the Netherlands at the 1996, 2003 and 2007 World Cups.

He travelled to India to play in the World Cup in 1996. He dismissed 4 wickets for 35 during the World Cup match against India in 2003 which remains spoken on his achievements.

Bas de Leede had five siblings one brother and four sisters. They used to follow him during the match. Bas de Leede’s cousin Babette plays for Netherlands women and his Younger brother Stijn has played in age-group cricket for the Dutch.

Domestic Career

Bas de Leede Biography: Bas de Leede has played 7 first-class matches and amassed 340 runs with an average of 85. He dismissed 17 wickets on the FC with an economy of 4.33. His highest score was 103 during the match between Durham and Sussex on County Championship Division Two in 2023.

He also played 47 list A matches where he amassed 1024 runs with an average of 23.27. He dismissed over 41 wickets on 35 innings and has a bowling figure of 5/52 in his List A career.

International Career

ODI Career

Bas de Leede made his ODI debut for the Netherlands against Nepal on August 01, 2018, where Bas de Leede scored 30 runs. He dismissed a wicket for 3 runs on 11 balls. Until then, he played 37 matches and amassed a total of 882 runs.

He smashed 123 runs on 92 balls during the match against Scotland is his career best and his first ODI century.

T20I Career

Bas de Leede made his T20I debut during the match against Ireland on July 12, 2018, where he scored 33 runs.

Bas de Leede
Bas de Leede (image: ICC)

World Cup Career

ODI World Cup 2023 Qualifier

  • Bas de Leede had bowling figures of 5/52 and also scored his first ODI century against Scotland in the World Cup qualifier match against Scotland which helped the side to the side qualify for the World Cup 2023 in India.
  • He smashed a hundred to ensure that the Netherlands team to qualify for the World Cup tournament.

ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023

  • Bas de Leede was named in the Netherlands squad for the World Cup 2023. He plays in the ICC event after 27 years since his father Tim de Leede made his World Cup debut. By this milestone, they become the seventh father-son pair to play in a World Cup.
  • He made his first World Cup debut match against Pakistan where he had 4/62 bowling figures and also helped the side with 67 runs. He dismissed two wickets in the 44th over to break a partnership score of 64 between Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz.
  • Bas de Leede contributed an 18-run score to the side during the match against New Zealand and also dismissed a wicket at Hyderabad.
  • While playing in the match against South Africa in Dharamsala, Bas was dismissed for two wickets and had one of his best figures of 2/36.
  • Bas de Leede was dismissed for 6 runs during the match against Sri Lanka where the latter won the match with five wickets in hand.
  • He dismissed 2 wickets for 115 runs during the match against Australia where his side suffered a big defeat with a 309 difference where he dismissed Marnus Labuschagne for 62 runs and Josh Inglis for 14 runs.
  • Bas helped the side to win the match against Bangladesh where he scalped two wickets for 25 runs and scored 17 runs.
  • He was dismissed for 3 runs during the match against Afghanistan at Lucknow Stadium, where Afghanistan won the match by seven wickets.
  • During the Netherlands match against England in the tournament, he dismissed 3 wickets for 74 runs, but his side suffered another big defeat in the tournament.

Bas de Leede Records

  • Bas de Leede played a crucial role in the team’s journey to the ICC event in India. He became the first all-rounder from the Netherlands team to score a 50 and take a five-wicket haul in the CWC qualifiers.
  • Bas de Leede set a new record in the Netherlands vs Scotland rivalry. He scored a century during an ODI match between the Netherlands and Scotland and set the highest Individual score.
  • He broke the record of the highest sixes by a batter in ODIs between the Netherlands and Scotland. Previously this record was held by Alexei Kervezee for 12 years who had four sixes against the Scots. He broke the record by smashing 5 sixes against their rivals during the 2023 CWC qualifiers.

Batting Stats

FORMAT Mat Runs HS Ave 100s 50s 4s 6s
ODIs 37 882 123 25.2 1 3 60 15
T20Is 31 610 91* 30.5 0 4 45 18
FC 7 340 103 85 1 3 33 2
List A 46 1014 123 23.58 1 3 69 16
T20s 41 730 91* 31.73 0 5 53 20

Bowling Stats

FORMAT Mat Inns Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR
ODIs 37 29 1101 35 5/52 5/52 31.45 6.23 30.2
T20Is 31 22 449 27 3/19 3/19 16.62 8.01 12.4
FC 7 10 494 17 4/76 6/135 29.05 4.33 40.2
List A 46 34 1297 38 5/52 5/52 34.13 6.44 31.7
T20s 41 30 686 33 3/19 3/19 20.78 8.9 14


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