New boss for Cape Cobras

2015-01-09 09:22
Nabeal Dien (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Nabeal Dien is set to be unveiled as the new chief executive officer of the Cape Cobras.

Dien's appointment as Western Cape Cricket CEO is expected to be made on Friday, Netwerk24 reports.

Dien, 59, will replace Andre Odendaal, who was at the helm of Cape cricket since April 2004 - when the franchise system was introduced in South Africa domestic cricket.

Dien has a rich pedigree of administrating cricket in the Western Cape. He started at Western Province in 1997 as a youth coordinator.

Since then he has had various roles at the union, including manager of youth, development and amateur cricket. More recently he was general manager of amateur cricket at the union.

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