Wayne Parnell ties the knot

2016-05-23 13:18

Cape Town - Cape Cobras and Proteas bowler Wayne Parnell has tied the knot at the Zeenatul Islam Mosque in District Six.

Parnell married his fiance, Aisha on Saturday.

Cricket South Africa posted on their Twitter page on Sunday: Congrats wayneparnell & Aisha on their wedding yesterday! May you live happily ever after.

Parnell, 26, has played four Tests, 46 ODIs and 35 T2OI for South Africa.

In 2011, Parnell converted to Islam and adopted the name Muhammad Waleed, then relocatedfrom Port Elizabeth to Cape Town to be closer to his now-bride.

The couple have three days together as newlyweds before Parnell joins the Proteas squad in the Caribbean for the triangular series between the West Indies and Australia, which starts on June 3.

Parnell was a stand-out performer for the Cape side across all formats this season.

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