Cricket World Cup 2015

Graeme Smith catches up with Proteas

2015-02-21 15:59

Cape Town - Former Proteas skipper Graeme Smith has caught up with his past team-mates at the Cricket World Cup.

Smith, who played 117 Tests for South Africa before retiring in 2013, caught up with among other AB de Villiers and Morne Morkel ahead of the Proteas' second Cricket World Cup match on Sunday against India (05:30 SA time).

Smith has been in the news of late after confirmation of his impending divorce from wife Morgan Deane. The couple have been married for three-and-a-half years and have two children.

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