Cape Town - The County season has begun and this year it sees several South Africans in the mix in England.
The County Championship four-day competition kicked off on Friday and saw a number of former Proteas players go head-to-head.
Cape Cobra team-mates Richard Levi and Rory Kleinveldt saw Northamptonshire to an innings and 22-run victory against Jacques Rudolph's Glamorgan.
Former Proteas bowler Kyle Abbott took seven for 41 for Hampshire, as his side won by four-wickets against Yorkshire.
Some players have opted for the controversial Kolpak deal. This allows them to compete in domestic cricket in South Africa in the English winter. They must forfeit their international careers while under contract in England, however.
Here are the SA players playing in the county cricket for 2017:
Kolpak: Hardus Viljoen
Non-overseas: Wayne Madsen, Daryn Smit
Overseas: Imran Tahir
Kolpak: Brydon Carse
Non-overseas: Keaton Jennings (SA-born now represents England)
Overseas: Stephen Cook
Kolpak: Simon Harmer
Non-overseas: Ryan ten Doeschate (SA-born now represents Netherlands)
Overseas: Neil Wagner (SA-born now represents New Zealand)
Kolpak: Colin Ingram
Non-overseas: Chris Cooke, Marchant de Lange
Overseas: Jacques Rudolph
Non-overseas: Graeme van Buuren, Gareth Roderick
Kolpak: Rilee Rossouw, Kyle Abbott
Non-overseas: Sean Dickson
Overseas: Wayne Parnell
Kolpak: Dane Vilas
Overseas: Ryan McLaren
Non-overseas: Colin Ackermann, Cameron Delport, Dieter Klein
Non-overseas: Nick Compton (SA-born now represents England)
Kolpak: Richard Levi, Rory Kleinveldt
Kolpak: Johann Myburgh
Non-overseas: Roelof van der Merwe (SA-born now represents Netherlands), Tim Groenewald
Overseas: Dean Elgar
Non-overseas: Kevin Pietersen (SA-born represented England), Mathew Pillans, Conor McKerr
Kolpak: Stiaan van Zyl, David Wiese
Overseas: Vernon Philander
Kolpak: Grant Elliott (SA-born now represents New Zealand)
Non-overseas: Jonathan Trott (SA-born represented England)