Proteas

Tributes pour in for Kallis

2013-12-25 21:39
Jacques Kallis (Gallo Images)

Durban - The South African cricket fraternity heaped praise on all-rounder Jacques Kallis, who announced on Wednesday that he will retire from Test and first-class cricket after the conclusion of the second Test against in India in Durban.

"Jacques' calmness, maturity and presence in the change room will sorely be missed and hopefully he will still be able to play a role in this team's success in the near future.


"He has certainly played his part in making our cricket a truly national sport of winners. I look forward to see how in the years ahead we can engage his superb knowledge and experience. He is far too valuable and no doubt will have much to offer."

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