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Name  Andrew Gait

Role  Cricket Player
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Andrew Ian Gait (born 19 December 1978) is a South African cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman.

Gait has two Youth Test matches, scoring a half century in his first, and also played at the Under-19s World Cup of 1998. His first domestic team was Free State, for whom he played between 1999 and 2001. With him signing to Derbyshire in readiness for the 2002 season, this was to prove risky, as the English County side already had lined up Jimmy Adams of the West Indies as their sole overseas player.

However, Gait was to prove a revelation for the season, with an innings of 175 one of the highlights of his whole career. However, with trouble against swing bowlers a problem for his game, he was to prove that his record in South Africa was better than his record in England.

Most recently, Gait has appeared for Northamptonshire's Second XI in 2006, making a century on his Second XI Championship debut for the team.

References

Andrew Gait Wikipedia


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