Con de Lange dies aged 38
Last Updated: 19/04/19 6:16pm
Scotland all-rounder Con de Lange has died at the age of 38.
De Lange, who was born in South Africa, was being treated for a brain tumour last year.
He played 13 ODIs and eight T20s for Scotland from 2015 to 2017, while he also spent two seasons with Northamptonshire in 2012 and 2013.
He was part of the Scotland side that beat Zimbabwe in 2017, their first ODI win against a full member nation.
Tony Brian, chairman of Cricket Scotland, said in a statement: "Con's death at such an early age is a tragedy.
"He was a great servant to cricket in Scotland as well as South Africa and elsewhere, not just in the national team but also at regional and club level with his infectious and inspirational commitment, both as player and coach.
"But above all, we will remember Con the man - competitive, committed and the ultimate team player, someone with unshakeable principles and integrity.
"He will be greatly missed and very fondly remembered by many throughout the world of cricket."