Andrew Rasemere2022-03-23T13:36:54+00:00

Andrew Rasemere

Date of Birth 25/03/1995
Age 27
NationalitySouth African
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Bowler (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Medium Fast
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Knights, Limpopo, Free State, Northerns, Northern Cape
Coaching Qualifications CSA Level 1

Andrew Rasemene is living proof that you must “never give up on your dreams”.

Following 4-years of provincial obscurity, the right-arm quick returned to the domestic fold in November 2020, making his Franchise debut for the VKB Knights.

He impressed on his return, taking the wicket of Proteas all-rounder, Wiaan Mulder, before second-innings figures of 3-44 (17), including the wickets of centurions Josh Richards and Dominic Hendricks, and fellow CricX star, Wesley Marshall.

It was quite the debut for the tear-away speedster, who had previously played just the 6 first-class matches for Northerns (Nov 2015 – Oct 2016).

In white ball cricket, following his debut 2016/17 season for Northerns, he moved to Free State and was part of their Africa T20 Cup run to the Final, eventually losing out to KZN-Inland.

Surprisingly, Rasemene didn’t feature for the Province the following year, resulting in a move to Limpopo for their 2019/20 CSA Provincial T20 campaign.

He was a key performer for the side, with best figures of 3-32 (4) against North West, which proved enough to earn a Franchise call-up for the Knights.

Rasemene has been picked by Northern Cape following the CSA restructuring and hopes to continue where he left off prior to COVID. After his domestic season, he is keen to embark on his second UK stint in 2022.

During his one season abroad back in 2016, he returned 32 wickets at 24.81 for Clifton in Division 1 of the Derbyshire County Cricket League. Rasemene also evidenced his ability with the bat scoring 442 runs at 23.44.

The South African quick is seeking a return and is keen to impress in 2022, but does need to play another 3 first-class matches this summer to qualify for a International Sportsperson Visa visa.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Clifton (2016) 21 20 2 442 60* 23.44 182.5 794 32 5/38 24.81
Date of Birth 25/03/1995
Age 27
NationalitySouth African
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBowler (Seam)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Medium Fast
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Knights, Limpopo, Free State, Northerns, Northern Cape
Coaching Qualifications CSA Level 1

Andrew Rasemene is living proof that you must “never give up on your dreams”.

Following 4-years of provincial obscurity, the right-arm quick returned to the domestic fold in November 2020, making his Franchise debut for the VKB Knights.

He impressed on his return, taking the wicket of Proteas all-rounder, Wiaan Mulder, before second-innings figures of 3-44 (17), including the wickets of centurions Josh Richards and Dominic Hendricks, and fellow CricX star, Wesley Marshall.

It was quite the debut for the tear-away speedster, who had previously played just the 6 first-class matches for Northerns (Nov 2015 – Oct 2016).

In white ball cricket, following his debut 2016/17 season for Northerns, he moved to Free State and was part of their Africa T20 Cup run to the Final, eventually losing out to KZN-Inland.

Surprisingly, Rasemene didn’t feature for the Province the following year, resulting in a move to Limpopo for their 2019/20 CSA Provincial T20 campaign.

He was a key performer for the side, with best figures of 3-32 (4) against North West, which proved enough to earn a Franchise call-up for the Knights.

Rasemene has been picked by Northern Cape following the CSA restructuring and hopes to continue where he left off prior to COVID. After his domestic season, he is keen to embark on his second UK stint in 2022.

During his one season abroad back in 2016, he returned 32 wickets at 24.81 for Clifton in Division 1 of the Derbyshire County Cricket League. Rasemene also evidenced his ability with the bat scoring 442 runs at 23.44.

The South African quick is seeking a return and is keen to impress in 2022, but does need to play another 3 first-class matches this summer to qualify for a International Sportsperson Visa visa.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Clifton (2016) 21 20 2 442 60* 23.44 182.5 794 32 5/38 24.81
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