Former Proteas bowler Paul Harris says the match
fixing scandal involving Gulam Bodi has affected cricket South Africa
Bodi, a former opening batsman and spinner who
retired in 2014 has been charged by CSA with contriving to fix, or otherwise
improperly influence aspects of the Ram Slam Twenty20 competition last year.
Harris says if Bodi has done something wrong then a
stricter punishment should be given to prevent others from doing the same
Meanwhile Proteas batsman, Dean Elgar says the
third test match currently underway at the Wanderers in Johannesburg against
England is a must win.
Elgar says despite Quinton de Kock’s freak injury,
as professional players the squad has continued as usual and taken the
disruptions in their stride….
absolutely nothing you can do to attack a strong unit. It’s one of those things
you got to adapt to as a professional player like I mention it was very unfortunate
that it happened to Quinie, seems to happen to him a lot, but it’s just one of
those challenges that we’ve based with and just have to deal with.” Elgar concludes.
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