“It’s been quite a ride for us, a positive season judging by the fact that we’ve got a young group – growth in a lot of players, Matthew [Breetzke], Jordan Hermann, Diego Rosier and other players,” said Peterson.
“I have been impressed by how we’ve approached this season, especially in red-ball cricket. We had some pretty decent stuff this season, at the very first game chasing 380 against Gbets Rocks.
“We finished at Newlands in style, so this all has been a pretty 4-Day Series game and season for us, I am happy with the team’s performance.”
“It’s always a tricky time of the season with contract renewals and some are ending, but once that settles you can then start setting goals,” he said.
“That’s the most important thing you know, setting new standards and making sure players are improving every year. So, now it’s first getting the business side of the contract then we focus on cricket and on-field business.”
He added that as a team it’s not always easy to keep players during this time.
“We will have to wait and see, it’s not always our choice, sometimes players feel like their future lies somewhere else so we just have to wait and see,” he continues.
“It’s a tricky time and you would love to keep everyone but it’s not possible.”