Glamorgan’s South African partnership of Colin Ingram and Jacques Rudolph put on 141 for the second wicket to set up a 25-run victory over Surrey at the Oval in the opening match of the English T20 series
Ashwell Prince, the subject of growing speculation in regard to a position on the South African selectors panel, reaffirmed that he is still in touch with the game by scoring 106 in Lancashire’s innings of 317-5 against Kent in the county championship on Sunday.
Former Proteas star Ashwell Prince is blossoming once again under the Red Rose of Lancashire, producing a fighting innings of 97 which would be enough to secure victory against Derbyshire in the English county league.
Former Proteas Alviro Petersen and Ashwell Prince have a crucial role to play for Lancashire if they are to gain anything from their match against Derbyshire.
Beleaguered opening batsman Alviro Petersen has announced his retirement from international cricket with effect from 1 April 2015.