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    SA looking forward to 2007

    Well hopefully it will be fourth time lucky for South Africa in 2007...Here is a squad that i would like to see represent them in the West Indies...

    I know its a long way off, but there has already been an indian discussion...


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    2.Herschelle Gibbs
    3.Boeta Dippenaar
    4.Vaughan Van Jaarsveld
    5.Jacques Rudolph
    6.Ahmed Amla
    7.Divan Van Wyk

    ALL ROUNDERS

    8.Jacques Kallis
    9.Shaun Pollock
    10.Justin Ontong

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    11.Thami Tsokelile

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    13.Mfuneko Ngam
    14.Makhaya Ntini
    15.Mornantau Hayward (Back from Worcestershire )
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    Won't Boucher still be around then or are you trying to say something about him or Thami Tsokelile? Haven't heard of many of them....but don't know much bout SA youth
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    Tsokelile is SA reserve keeper at the moment...

    Boucher might make it, who knows, Tsokelile is an alternative

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    Vaughan Van Jaarsveld is on the Gauteng staff, he is only 17 i think at the moment...Having seen him bat, he struck me as being one to watch


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    Who's Divan van Wyk?

    Won't Nantie Hayward be incredibly old by 2007?

    Isn't it Tsolekile rather than Tsokelile?
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    Divan Van Wyk is more of a longshot, he plays for South Africa under 19 at the moment... Having seen him bat a couple of times he looks very classy..
    Got no idea where his career is headed, but 2007 is in a long time. He will be 22-23 then, a good age to step up to the big time IMO ..


    Mornantau Hayward will be 30 in 2007... Not desperatly old i dont think


    And my typo on Tsolekile, at least he isnt Pramodya Wickremasinghe

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    My bad on Hayward, taking the "end of SA career" stuff on Ceefax in January the wrong way

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    If Hayward plays for SA again, I'll be very surprised - his bridges are well and truly incinerated.
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    Who;s Ahmed Amla and whats he like?
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    Originally posted by lord_of_darkness
    Who;s Ahmed Amla and whats he like?
    I heard that he was an Indian Immigrant and that he was very talented. But heard that Hashim Amla, his brother, was a more talented batsman:rolleyes: . Don't know anything more

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    I think Andy Hall is a pretty decent player. Certainly better than Ontong.
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    Judging by the pitches being served up at the moment in the West Indies, i think halls medium pace would be really innocuous...

    Havent seen Hashim bat so cant comment

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    Well now Hashim has made it before Ahmed

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    so hasim migrated before ahmed
    I dont like cricket oh no i love it ah ha

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    How about J P Duminy, he is only just 20 and has already made ODI appearances. He has started his first class career very well and scored a 100 in difficult circumstances at the beginning of this season before getting injured. Already has a proven record in domestic one day and first class cricket. He is meant to be extremely talented and will be in the team soon.

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