Namibia International Cricketer Raymond Van Schoor Dies At 25

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Raymond Van Schoor, cricketer playing for the Namibian national team died 5 days after having a stroke on the ground. Raymond, 25, played for than 200 international matches for Namibia and he was the country’s most capped player. He had scored over 8,000 runs in ODIs and 1,550 runs in T20 internationals.

Raymond suffered a stroke during a CSA Provincial 50 Over Challenge match against Free State in Windhoek on 15th November. He breathed his last on 20th November, Friday. Raymond was the son of Namibia international wicketkeeper Melt Van Schoor.

The twittersphere exploded at this tragic death.

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