Frylinck replaces Kleinveldt

2012-10-23 17:55
Robbie Frylinck (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Robbie Frylinck of the Dolphins has been called up to replace Rory Kleinveldt of the Cape Cobras in the South African squad for the Hong Kong Super Sixes tournament to be played this weekend.

Kleinveldt has had to be withdrawn as he has been included in the Proteas' squad for the three-match Test series against Australia next month. The team leaves for Australia on Saturday evening.

South Africa Super Sixes squad:

Colin Ingram (Warriors, captain), Dillon du Preez (Knights), Robbie Frylinck (Dolphins), Lyall Meyer (Warriors), David Miller (Dolphins), Wayne Parnell (Warriors), Khayelihle Zondo (Dolphins).

Coach: Vincent Barnes.

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