Cricket

Rossouw makes SA return for Tshwane Spartans

2018-11-07 18:12
Rilee Rossouw (Gallo)

Cape Town - Former Proteas batsman Rilee Rossouw will make his return to South Africa in the Mzansi Super League next week.

Rossouw, who signed a Kolpak deal for Hampshire, will replace Zimbabwe batsman Sean Williams at the Tshwane Spartans for first weekend due to Zimbabwe's tour of Bangladesh, which ends on November 15.

Williams, who was bought for R350 000, will also need to travel to Harare for VISA application.

Rossouw left South Africa in January 2017 when he accepted a Kolpak deal at Hampshire alongside former Proteas seamer Kyle Abbott - who will be playing for the Durban Heat.

WATCH: Kyle Abbott excited to make SA return at Durban Heat

Rossouw played 36 ODIs and 15 T20Is for the Proteas.

Meanwhile, Paarl Rocks have beefed up their squad with all-rounder David Wiese and Australian T20 batsman Michael Klinger.

Cape Town Blitz have also made two changes as Pakistan's Muhammad Nawaz replaces the injured Samuel Badree and Hussain Tallat of Pakistan will replace Asif Ali while he's on T20 duty.

REVEALED: Mzansi Super League - full squad lists

The replacements of players approved by the League Advisory Committee (LAC):

Paarl Rocks

- Michael Klinger (Australia) replaced Paul Stirling (Unavailable due to previous T10 commitment - direct after Draft)

- David Wiese replaces Cameron Delport while he is at T10 event

Cape Town Blitz

- Muhammad Nawaz (Pakistan) replaces Samuel Badree (West Indies) (ankle injury and LAC received Medical report)

- Hussain Tallat (Pakistan) replaces Asif Ali (Pakistan), only while on duty in T10 event.

Tshwane Spartans

- Rilee Rossouw replaces Sean Williams for first weekend due to the Zimbabwe/Bangladesh Series finishing on the 15th of November 2018 and he needs to travel to Harare for VISA application.

Jozi Stars

No replacements required to date

NMB Giants

No replacements required to date

Durban Heat

No replacements required to date

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