Namibia wicketkeeper batsman Raymond van Schoor has passed away in Windhoek at the stage of 25 five times after sorrow a warmth stroke through a competition. Van Schoor was batting on 15 during Namibias five-wicket success over Free State in a CSA Local One-Day Test competition when he collapsed on field and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.
Namibian Cricketer Passes Away After On Field Collapse
Van Schoor continued hospitalized since then but his condition did not improve and the player was pronounced dead on Friday night. Cricket Namibia leader Richard Frankle paid homage to van Schoor in a written statement announcing the heartbreaking news. Raymond was a tremendous asset to Cricket Namibia and the national cricket team Frankle said.
Namibian cricketer Raymond van Schoor dies from on field
Namibian cricketer dies after collapsing on field
He was taken far too initial from us. We however receive that Massive God wanted him to represent the heavenly angels May his soul rest in peace. Van Schoor was a bastion of the Namibia batting line-up since making his national team introduction in the CSA Provincial One-Day Test against North West at age 17 in 2007.
Namibian cricketer Van Schoor passes away after suffering stroke on field
In the same week the circular batsman made his First-class debut against Canada in the International Cup opening the batting for Namibia scoring 46 and 2 in an eight-wicket win. Overall he played 92 first-class matches scoring 4303 runs at 27.40 including five centuries and 20 half-centuries with a career-best 157 in 2010 touching Bermuda in the ICC Intercontinental Shield.