Scotland all-rounder Con de Lange lost his long fight with cerebrum tumor and passed away, matured 38, on Friday morning. The South Africa-conceived de Lange played 21 internationals for Scotland, making his introduction in a T20I against Ireland in June 2015.
His left-arm turn brought him 24 wickets, his best pull being the 5/60 against Zimbabwe in Edinburgh in June 2017, which set up Scotland’s notable initial one-day worldwide win against a Full Member.
He included in five matches from that point onward, the remainder of which was in November that year against Papua New Guinea in Dubai, before being sidelined for wellbeing reasons that were at the time not made open.
In October a year ago, the family opened up to the world about the updates on his ailment, propelling a battle to fund-raise for the Brain Tumor Charity. At the time, Malcolm Cannon, Cricket Scotland CEO, stated, “Con has been a great hireling to the round of cricket in Scotland and is a prominent individual from the squad.
“We are presently charmed to help the reason by getting the message out all through the more extensive cricketing family both at home and abroad and we know there will be a mind-boggling dimension of help from this affectionate network.”
Before turning out for Scotland, de Lange additionally played residential cricket for Cape Cobras and Knights in South Africa, and Northamptonshire in England. He is made due by spouse Claire and two youngsters.
His left-arm turn brought him 24 wickets, his best pull being the 5/60 against Zimbabwe in Edinburgh in June 2017, which set up Scotland’s memorable initial one-day global win against a Full Member.