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    Temba Bavuma made limited overs captain, Dean Elgar to lead South Africa in Tests

    Cricket South Africa on Thursday appointed Temba Bavuma and Dean Elgar because the nationwide staff captains for restricted overs and Exams respectively.

    In a CSA assertion printed, Director of Cricket Graeme Smith thanked Quinton de Kock for main the aspect in what are tumultuous occasions for South African cricket.

    “We’re grateful to Quinton for the work he has put in as captain of the staff within the restricted overs codecs and are indebted to him for stepping up whereas the Nationwide Choice Panel continued its seek for the Check captain. We anticipate him to nonetheless play an integral function within the staff’s management group,” mentioned the previous South Africa captain.

    Bavuma has performed 44 Exams, six ODIs and eight T20s for South Africa whereas opening batsman Elgar has performed 67 Exams and eight ODIs.

    South Africa will tour Eire in July for 3 ODIs and as many as T20Is.

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