Steve Elworthy

Steve Elworthy

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Steve Elworthy

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Steven Elworthy (born 23 February 1965 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia) is a former South African cricketer (right arm fast-medium bowler) who has fostered a career in administration with Cricket South Africa and the ECB.

International career

After 10 years of playing first class cricket Elworthy made his One Day International (ODI) debut at age 32 for South Africa on April 3, 1998 against Pakistan. His test debut was later that year, July 23 against England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

He went on to play a total of four Test and 39 One Day Internationals for South Africa between 1998 and 2002. Notably he was run-out in the penultimate over of the 1999 World Cup semi-final, a match where South Africa were thought to have choked.

Domestic career

In South Africa he played for Northerns over a 14 season career. In 2000-1 he was the leading wicket taker in South African first class cricket with 52 at 18.11. He was named one of five South African Cricket Annual Cricketers of the Year in 2002. He departed amicably from the Northerns squad in 2003, effectively marking his retirement as a professional player.

Elworthy also played English county cricket. In 1996 he spent a season at Lancashire. This was a difficult year with modest on-field success (26 wickets at 41), capped by being dropped on the morning of the B&H Cup Final....
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