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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    Cricket South Africa confirm former wicketkeeper Mark Boucher as new head coach

    Cricket South Africa have confirmed former wicketkeeper Mark Boucher as their new head coach, in time for the Proteas' home test series against England starting on boxing day


    Boucher's signed through to 2023 and will have former allrounder Enoch Nkwe as an assistant.

    Former opener Ashwell Prince will mentor the South African A side.

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