Cricket

Cricket SA in dark over Duminy

2013-06-13 07:46
JP Duminy (AFP)
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) says it has received no notification from JP Duminy or his agent about the player joining English county side Surrey.

Surrey on Monday announced that Duminy will join them in August and be available for six County Championship matches as well as the end of the Yorkshire Bank40 and Friends Life T20 competitions.

Duminy, who recently returned to the Proteas fold after a long-term Achilles injury, is expected to link up with the Division One side at the end of South Africa's tour of Sri Lanka, which concludes with a T20 game on August 6.

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However, Surrey announced on their website that Duminy’s contract is contingent on him receiving the approval of CSA to undertake his contract.

And according to the Volksblad website, CSA is yet to be informed of the 29-year-old's intended move.

He is currently in the UK playing for South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy event.

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