About Ryan Maron

  • Full name: Jonathan Neil Rhodes
  • Born: 24 February 1975, Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa
  • Batting: Left-hand bat
  • Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox
  • 1989 – 1993: Rondebosch Boys’ High School (RBHS), Cape Town
  • 1997: Graduated: Boston City Campus: Sports Management Diploma
    Completed courses in: Communications and Media; Marketing and Sponsorship; Business Management; Finance and Accountancy
    Attended: Boston Computer School
  • Attended: Exercise Teachers Academy (ETA)
    Completed courses in:
    Exercise and Fitness Studies; Human Movement Studies; Nutrition and Fitness training
  • Attended: Cape Technikon
    Completed course in: Turfgrass Management and Equipment
  • Attended: Sports Science Institute of South Africa Completed course in: Sports Psychology
  • 1987: Western Province (WP) U/13 Cricket and WP U/13 Football
  • 1988: WP U/13 Cricket and WP U/13 Football WP
    Junior Maccabi Football
  • 1990: WP U/15 Cricket
  • 1993: WP U/18 Cricket
    Full Cricket Colours
    U.C.B.S.A. Level II Cricket Coaching Certificate
  • 1994: Constantia C.C. 1st XI
  • 1995: WP Senior Cricket Academy and WP ‘B’ Senior Cricket team
    Kenilworth C.C., Warwickshire, United Kingdom – Overseas professional
  • 1996: WP Senior Cricket team and National Plascon Cricket Academy
  • 1998: WP Senior Cricket team
    Winners: National Club Championships, Claremont C.C.
  • 1998: WP Senior Cricket team
    Blackburn Northern C.C, Lancashire, U.K. – Overseas professional Launch of Ryan Maron’s Cricket School of Excellence
  • 1999/2000: Van Der Stel C.C.: Player / Captain / Coach Winners: Boland Premier Super League U.C.B.S.A. Level III Cricket Coaching Certificate
  • 2000-2001: WP ‘B’ Senior Cricket team
    Almar Marist C.C.: Player / Coach
    Esbjerg C.C., Denmark – Head Coach
    Danish National Cricket team – Head Coach for Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy
  • 2002/2003: WP ‘B’ Senior Cricket team
    Winners: One-Day and Three-Day competitions
    Bury St Edmonds C.C., Suffolk, U.K. – Overseas professional Culford School, Bury St Edmonds, U.K. – Head Coach
  • 2003/2004: Winners: One-Day and Three-Day competitions: WP ‘B’ Winners: WP Club League One-Day and Two-Day competitions:
    Almar Marist C.C. – Player / Coach
  • 2005/2006: SA Maccabi Senior Cricket – Coach / Vice captain – Gold medallists Rondebosch Boys’ High School and Preparatory School – Professional CoachVRA Cricket Club, Amsterdam, Holland – Head Coach / Player Winners of Hoofdklasse (Premier Division), averaged 44 www.vra.nl
  • 2007:  VRA Cricket Club, Amsterdam, Holland – Head Coach / Player Winners of Amsterdam 20-20 competition and winners of Hoofdklasse. Netherlands national team – Fielding Coach Top runs scorer in Holland, averaged 53 Total runs scored: 851. VRA – U/18 coach
    Winners of Flamingo National U/18 tournament – champions for the first time in 47 years
    Rondebosch Boys’ High School – Professional Coach
    Winners of W.P.C.A. 20-20 Knockout Competition
  • 2008:  Rondebosch Boys’ High School – Professional Coach
    VRA Cricket Club, Amsterdam, Holland – Head Coach / PlayerSecond top run scorer in Holland, averaged 59.50 (highest in league) Semi finalists of Hoofdklasse
    Netherlands national team – Assistant Coach
  • 2009:  Rondebosch Boys’ High School – Professional Coach
    ACC Cricket Club, Amsterdam, Holland – Head Coach / PlayerNetherlands national team – Assistant Coach
  • 2010:  Rondebosch Boys’ High School – Professional Coach
    ACC Cricket Club, Amsterdam, Holland – Head Coach / Player
  • 2011/2012: University of Cape Town – Head coach – 1B league winners (unbeaten)
  • 2012/2013 University of Cape Town – Head coach – 1A Premier league
  • 2013: University of Cape Town – Head coach – Semi finalist 50 over University of Cape Town award for Commitment to the club
  • 2013/2014: University of Cape Town – Head coach –
    Finalist T20 Afghanistan National side fielding coach – November 2014
  • Afghanistan National side fielding coach – Cricket World Cup
    Afghanistan National side fielding coach / Assistant.Coach -Cricket World Cup T20 qualifiers
    South Africa: Dolphins Franchise fielding consultant under head coach Lance Klusener
  • 2016: University of Cape Town – Head coach / Varsity Cup
    South Western Districts fielding consultant – African Cup T/20
  • 2017: Afghanistan National side fielding coach West Indies T20/ODI series Afghanistan vs MCC at Lords
    West Indies National side fielding coach England Test/ODI/T20 series West Indies National side fielding coach Zimbabwe test series
    West Indies National side fielding coach New Zealand test, ODI, T20 series
  • 2018: West Indies National side fielding coach – Cricket World Cup qualifiers
Test Centuries of Jonty Rhodes
NoRunsMatchAgainstCity/CountryVenueStart dateResult
[1]101*5Sri LankaMoratuwa, Sri LankaTyronne Fernando Stadium25 Aug 1993Drawn
[2]11733EnglandLondon, EnglandLord’s18 Jun 1998Won
[3]103*41West IndiesCenturion, South AfricaSuper Sport Park15 Jan 1999Won

 

One Day International Centuries of Jonty Rhodes
NoRunsMatchAgainstCity/CountryVenueDateResult
[1]12185PakistanNairobi, KenyaGymkhana Club Ground29 Sep 1996Won
[2]107*217New ZealandPerth, AustraliaWACA Ground1 Feb 2002Won

 

Man of the Match awards – One Day International Cricket
NoOpponentVenueDateMatch PerformanceResult
1IndiaNew Wanderers Stadium13 Dec 19921 Ct. ; 42* (56 balls: 2×4, 1×6)SA won by 6 wickets.
2West IndiesSt George’s Park11 Feb 199346* (77 balls: 4×4)SA won by 6 wickets.
3West IndiesBrabourne Stadium14 Nov 199340 (42 balls: 4×4) ; 5 Ct.SA won by 41 runs.
4AustraliaSt George’s Park4 April 199466 (90 balls: 5×4, 1×6)SA won by 26 runs.
5EnglandRawalpindi Cricket Stadium25 Feb 199637 (32 balls: 3×4) ; 1 Ct.SA won by 78 runs.
6PakistanGymkhana Club Ground29 Sep 1996121 (114 balls: 12×4)SA won by 62 runs.
7IndiaMadhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground29 Oct 199654 (81 balls: 4×4, 1×6)SA won by 5 wickets.
8AustraliaNewlands Cricket Ground23 Jan 199783* (76 balls: 6×4, 1×6)SA won by 6 wickets.
9Sri LankaSt George’s Park15 Dec 200061* (80 balls: 3×4)SA won by 4 wickets.
10ZimbabweHarare Sports Club29 Sep 200156 (45 balls: 7×4, 1×6) ; 1 ct.SA won by 148 runs.
11New ZealandWACA Ground1 Feb 2002107* (135 balls: 9×4)SA won by 67 runs.
12New ZealandSydney Cricket Ground8 Feb 200261* (68 balls: 7×4)SA won by 6 wickets (D/L).
13West IndiesSinhalese Sports Club Ground13 Sep 200261 (70 balls: 8×4)SA won by 2 wickets.
14PakistanKingsmead Cricket Ground8 Dec 200298 (92 balls: 12×4, 2×6)SA won by 132 runs.
15PakistanNewlands Cricket Ground18 Dec 200281 (95 balls: 8×4)SA won by 34 runs.