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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenZA View Post
    Those look like some real trundlers for Sussex...
    Outside of Ishant and Wiese it looks like it

    Tbf to Sussex though they have Garton, Archer and Jordan to come back from injury and IPL.
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    Best figures on debut by a Derbyshire bowler since 1900 lol

    Duanne Oliver with comms announcing it like the French Olivier in a video I watched earlier

    Can see his wickets below.

    https://twitter.com/DerbyshireCCC/st...16118910164992

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    Hmmmmm not sure how I feel about this.

    Also depends how much Levi and van Zyl are used.

    The Cobras have not made any major signings for next season, with only North West batsman Janneman Malan, brother of opening batsman and current Player of the Year Pieter Malan, set to join his sibling at Newlands next season.

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    Tuks are cleaning up at Club Champs even with LT captain Thomas Kaber finished now & others moving up full time to senior cricket.

    Jiveshan Pillay (Maritzburg/KZN Inland)
    Tony de Zorzi (KES/Gauteng)
    Neil Brand (England)
    Rubin Hermann (Waterkloof)
    Donovan Ferreira (Pretoria Boys)
    Mitchell van Buuren (KES/Gauteng)
    Wandile Makwetu (St Stithians/Gauteng)
    Ruan de Swardt (Affies)
    Migael Pretorius (Waterkloof)
    Gideon Peters (Waterkloof)
    Ruben Trumpelmann (Affies)

    Curtis Campher (St Stithians/Gauteng)


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    Titans CEO Jacques Faul confirms Theunis de Bruyn is returning home to the Titans.

    They losing Malusi Siboto to the Lions and they in negotiations with Tshepo Moreki of the Cobras to be his replacement.

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    Good to see : CSA and Saca reach MOU interim agreement

    Should see some contracted squads now.

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    Whats the story with Bretzke? England or South Africa? Brand S AFrican been playing Glamorgan 2nds for years,is he qualified for England yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    Whats the story with Bretzke? England or South Africa? Brand S AFrican been playing Glamorgan 2nds for years,is he qualified for England yet?
    Breetzke with a Warriors contract I imagine.

    Brand joined Uni of Pretoria (Tuks) after leaving SA as a teeanger. Supposedly Kruger van Wyk had a few chats.

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    Contract news dripping out.

    Lions considering seven for head coach role

    The Highveld Lions hope to reveal the identity their next head coach by the end of the week following interviews that took place on Wednesday.

    The Lions received seven applications for the position, which became vacant at the end of last season when Geoffrey Toyana was moved into the role as high performance coach by the Gauteng Cricket Board (GCB)

    David Terbrugge, who played seven Tests for the Proteas, and spent his entire playing career with Gauteng, led the interviews of the three candidates who were shortlisted for the position.

    Terbrugge, who also serves on the board at Gauteng Cricket, will in conjunction with the interview panel, submit the successful candidate’s name to a full sitting of the board. The GCB’s chief executive Greg Fredericks said he hoped the new coach could be revealed by Friday.

    “I was quite surprised by some of the applications we received and overall I’m very happy with the quality of the candidates who forwarded their names,” said Fredericks, who added, that all the applicants were South African.

    Among the favourites to take over from Toyana, are Enoch Nkwe - a former coach of the Gauteng Strikers semi-professional team - who has been coaching club cricket in the Netherlands for the last three years and Lawrence Mahatlane, the SA Under-19 coach, who was also an assistant coach at the Lions before Toyana took over in 2013.

    The search for a new coach has not had an adverse effect on the signing of players, according to Fredericks. Malusi Siboto and young seamer Migael Pretorius will be available for the Lions next summer, while Ryan Rickleton, a big hitting top order batsman, has put pen to paper on a deal as well.

    All-rounder Wiaan Mulder, who’d been the subject of much speculation regarding his future, will stay at the franchise. The 20-year-old, who still has a year left on his contract, was eyeing a move to the Titans and there was also interest in his services from the Knights, but Fredericks is hoping to tie him down to a two year deal soon.

    Meanwhile, Toyana, after a short break, got to work immediately in his new role on Wednesday, by emailing all the club coaches in the province, asking for their input on how to improve various structures throughout the province.

    Toyana’s new job, according to the GCB, includes talent identification, retention and managing the elite development levels for both North West and Gauteng Cricket.

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    SELECTED AWARDS NOMINATIONS
    AFRICA T20 CUP RISING STAR AWARD
    Sarel Erwee (KZN Inland)
    Andries Gous (Free State)
    Nduduzo Mfosa (KZN Inland)

    DOMESTIC NEWCOMER OF THE SEASON
    Alfred Mothoa (Multiply Titans)
    Mthiwekhaya Nabe (World Sports Betting Cape Cobras)
    Kyle Verreynne (World Sports Betting Cape Cobras)

    MOMENTUM ONE-DAY CUP CRICKETER OF THE SEASON
    Gihahn Cloete (Warriors)
    Pieter Malan (World Sports Betting Cape Cobras)
    Tabraiz Shamsi (Multiply Titans)

    RAM SLAM T20 CHALLENGE CRICKETER OF THE SEASON
    Farhaan Behardien (Multiply Titans)
    Lungi Ngidi (Multiply Titans)
    Tabraiz Shamsi (Multiply Titans)

    SUNFOIL SERIES CRICKETER OF THE SEASON
    Zubayr Hamza (World Sports Betting Cape Cobras)
    Simon Harmer (Warriors)
    Rudi Second (VKB Knights)

    INTERNATIONAL NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR
    Heinrich Klaasen
    Aiden Markram
    Lungi Ngidi

    STANDARD BANK T20 INTERNATIONAL CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Farhaan Behardien
    Junior Dala
    AB de Villiers

    STANDARD BANK ODI CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Hashim Amla
    Quinton de Kock
    Faf du Plessis
    Kagiso Rabada

    STANDARD BANK TEST CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    AB de Villiers
    Dean Elgar
    Aiden Markram
    Vernon Philander
    Kagiso Rabada

    RAM DELIVERY OF THE YEAR
    Keshav Maharaj
    Lungi Ngidi
    Kagiso Rabada

    T20 WOMEN’S CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Shabnim Ismail
    Chloe Tryon
    Dane van Niekerk

    ODI WOMEN’S CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Mignon du Preez
    Shabnim Ismail
    Marizanne Kapp
    Dane van Niekerk
    Laura Wolvaardt

    SA WOMEN’S PLAYERS’ PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Shabnim Ismail
    Dane van Niekerk
    Laura Wolvaardt

    MOMENTUM WOMEN’S CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Shabnim Ismail
    Marizanne Kapp
    Dane van Niekerk
    Laura Wolvaardt

    SA CRICKETER OF THE YEAR
    Dean Elgar
    AB de Villiers
    Aiden Markram
    Vernon Philander
    Kagiso Rabada
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    KNIGHTS CONTRACTED SQUAD

    In : Andries GOUS, Raynard VAN TONDER, Ryan MCLAREN, Tshepo NTULI
    Out : Theunis DE BRUYN, Dave MILLER, Leus DU PLOOY, Karabo MOGOTSI, Werner COETSEE

    Gous, van Tonder & Ntuli in from Free State Team whilst McLaren is in from being Kolpak.
    De Bruyn (Titans) & Miller (Dolphins) return to original franchises. Du Plooy gone back home to Northerns to push for a place in the Titans team. Coetsee retired.

    De Lange is available but they will pick and choose when to play. No mention of Rilee Rossouw.

    Also Gerald Coezee (17/18) been given 1 of the 7 Free State Contracts available whilst still in school.

    So only 16 Knights contracted with no CSA Contracted.

    Batsmen
    Grant MOKOENA (31)
    Luthando MNYANDA (29)
    Pite VAN BILJON (32)
    Patrick KRUGER (23)
    Keegan PETERSEN (25)
    Raynard VAN TONDER (20)

    Keeper/Batsmen
    Rudi SECOND (29)
    Andries GOUS (25)

    Spinners
    Eddie LEIE (32)
    Tshepo NTULI (23)

    Seamers
    Ryan MCLAREN (35)
    Duanne OLIVIER (26)
    Shadley VAN SCHALKWYK (30)
    Mbulelo BUDAZA (25)
    Ottneil BAARTMAN (25)
    Corne DRY (25)


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    Nice to see Van Tonder getting straight into a contract like that. And good they trying to look after the youngsters with a provincial contract for Coetzee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenZA View Post
    Nice to see Van Tonder getting straight into a contract like that. And good they trying to look after the youngsters with a provincial contract for Coetzee.
    Knights always done well in getting good young players through the system.

    Financially they can't compete.

    Interesting that du Plooy gone back home. Was hoping for him to get more franchise chances because he has needed them for a while to see where he is.

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    Another name change for one of our franchises

    https://m.sport24.co.za/Cricket/high...hange-20180511

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