Bojé returns to Bloemfontein

2012-03-23 08:50
Nicky Bojé (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Veteran Nicky Bojé will return to Bloemfontein next season after signing a contract with the Knights for the 2012-2013 season.

Volksblad reports that Veteran Bojé, who turned 39 earlier this week, will only feature in the 50-over and 20-over versions of the game.

Bojé, Werner Coetsee and Aubrey Swanepoel are the three spinners signed by the central franchise.

He will return to the Free State after spending the last three seasons with the Eastern Cape's Warriors franchise. His family stayed behind in Bloemfontein while he played for the Warriors.

The former Protea is also employed by the Free State Cricket Union to help coach spin bowling in schools, while also assisting senior players in this regard.

"I'm really looking forward to the challenge of getting involved with coaching," said Bojé.

The Knights' contracted group: Morné van Wyk, Rilee Rossouw, Reeza Hendricks, Dean Elgar, Ryan Bailey, Ryan McLaren, Dillon du Preez, Quinton Friend, Malusi Siboto, Werner Coetsee, Johan van der Wath, Nicky Bojé, Obus Pienaar, Shadley van Schalkwyk, Aubrey Swanepoel. Rekruut-kontrakte: Michael Erlank and Gihahn Cloete.

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