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Pierre de Bruyn was born on 31 March, 1977 in Pretoria, South Africa.

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Born 31 March 1977
Birthday 31 March
Birthplace Pretoria, South Africa
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In December 2018, he was appointed as head coach of the Namibia national cricket team, replacing Dee Thakur. He took up the post in January 2019. His first engagement will be the 2019 ICC World Cricket League Division Two tournament in April 2019.


Following his retirement, he moved into coaching, taking up the post of director of cricket at the University of Pretoria. He replaced Andrew McDonald as head coach of Leicestershire in August 2016, having worked with the county as the Second XI and Assistant Skills Coach since the winter of 2015. With Leicestershire bottom of the County Championship in 2017 and with unresolvable dressing room tensions, de Bruyn quit as head coach with immediate effect in September 2017, with Graeme Welch and John Sadler replacing him in the interim.


He played first-class and one-day cricket for the Titans franchise between 2005 and 2007, as well as making his Twenty20 debut for the franchise against the Lions in the 2004-05 Standard Bank Pro20 Series. He later moved franchises to the Dolphins for the 2007-08 season having been released from his contract with the Titans, moving along with Alfonso Thomas. He played all three formats for the Dolphins until the 2009-10 season, as well as appearing in first-class and one-day cricket for KwaZulu-Natal Inland in the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons. He retired from playing during the 2009-10 season, having been released from his contract by the Dolphins before the conclusion of the season.


de Bruyn was born at Pretoria, where he was educated at Zwartkop High School. He made his debut in first-class cricket for Northern Transvaal B against Transvaal B in the 1995-96 UCB Bowl at the Wanderers. He scored his maiden first-class century in 1997, batting alongside his twin-brother Ettiene de Bruyn for Northerns B. They shared a stand of 88 in Northerns first-innings, with de Bruyn making 103. He played solely first-class cricket up to 2000, before making his debut in List A one-day cricket for Easterns against a touring England XI. He played cricket in England in 2003, appearing for Norfolk in a one-day match in the 1st round of the Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy against Lincolnshire.


Pierre de Bruyn (born 31 March 1977) is a South African former cricketer. Having made his debut in first-class cricket in the 1995-96 South African cricket season, de Bruyn proceeded to play first-class, one-day and Twenty20 cricket for several teams as an all-rounder and occasional wicket-keeper until his retirement during the 2009-10 South African cricket season. Following his retirement, he moved into coaching. He was appointed the head coach of English county side Leicestershire in 2016, before resigning the following year. In December 2018, he was appointed as the head coach of the Namibia national cricket team.