Adams, Phehlukwayo to debut for SA 'A'

2016-01-15 20:54
Qaasim Adams (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Qaasim Adams and Andile Phehlukwayo will make their South Africa A team debuts in the one-day tour match against England to be played at the De Beers Oval, Kimberley, on Saturday, January 30.

Dean Elgar will captain the side that also includes Wayne Parnell who has been out injured for a while but is expected to resume playing for the Cape Cobras in the Sunfoil Series this coming week.

“Qaasim and Andile have both done well in the franchise limited overs competitions and this is their opportunity to show what they can do at the next level,” commented Cricket South Africa (CSA) selection convener, Linda Zondi.

“It is indeed an opportunity for all the players to perform against high quality international opposition.”

South Africa A: Dean Elgar (The Unlimited Titans, captain), Qaasim Adams (The Unlimited Titans), Theunis de Bruyn (The Unlimited Titans), Reeza Hendricks (VKB Knights), Wayne Parnell (Cape Cobras), Aaron Phangiso (bizhub Highveld Lions), Andile Phehlukwayo (Sunfoil Dolphins), Dane Vilas (Cape Cobras), Hardus Viljoen (bizhub Highveld Lions), David Wiese (The Unlimited Titans), Khaya Zondo (Sunfoil Dolphins).

Northern Cape will supply the 12th man.

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