Charl Willoughby

Charl Willoughby

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Charl Willoughby

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Charl Myles Willoughby (born 3 December 1974, Cape Town) is a South African cricketer who played two Tests and three ODIs for South Africa between 2000 and 2003. He played for Boland and Western Province before spending two seasons with the Cape Cobras. He has also played English county cricket, and after a season with Leicestershire in 2005, he has played for Somerset since 2006. He is a left-arm fast-medium pace bowler and a left-handed batsman.


South Africa

Willoughby made his one-day debut for Boland in October 1994 against Orange Free State. Opening the Boland bowling, he finished the match with 1/44, claiming future South Africa national team head coach Mickey Arthur as his first wicket. His first-class debut came just under two weeks later, against Transvaal. Willoughby claimed three wickets in the first-innings, and two more in the second as the match was drawn. He finished his first season with 15 first-class wickets, at a bowling average of 35.73. In the 1998–99 season, a string of good performances saw Willoughby selected to play for South Africa A against the touring West Indians. Although his first match in international colours passed without him standing-out, in the following match for Boland, also against the West Indians, Willoughby claimed his maiden five-wicket haul, finishing with figures of 5/60, including the wicket of Brian...
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