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Proteas: Good, bad and ugly

2013-01-23 13:31
Quinton de Kock (Gallo Images)
After watching yesterday’s game with NZ I comment as follows.
De Kock, a good idea to try him as an opening bat but asking too much for the new guy to also perform well in both positions. Let him get used to keeping wicket then try something else.
Smith, well one game good as yesterday then one game poor, which is what we have become used to so get rid of him for someone more consistent.
Ingram no problem
FAF, give him a chance; an excellent fielder.
Middle order batsmen should not be there, wilderness is the answer for them. Ditch Behardien, Miller and McClaren who are way below par for the one day game and appear to be frightened to take chances.
Batsmen & Bowlers are also fielders and the sooner they realise that the better. Tsotsobe is another inconsistent that should not be there until he learns that he is part of a team.
 

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