PICTURE: Proteas' new ODI kit

2014-09-26 09:30
AB de Villiers (File)
Cape Town - The Proteas have unveiled their new one-day international kit for the upcoming 2014/15 cricket season.

The Proteas have a bumper ODI season in store with the highlight being the Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand starting in February.

South Africa's next limited overs assignment is a three-match ODI series away to New Zealand starting on October 21. That series will be followed by three T20s and five ODIs away to Australia.

In December they will start a three-Test series at home against the West Indies, before playing three T20s and five ODIs against the Islanders in January.

The 2015 Cricket World Cup runs from February 14 until March 29.

Cricket South Africa on Thursday tweeted a picture of the new Proteas kit:

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