5 South African-born players who might play in foreign quota in CSA T20 League
It has been confirmed that the South African T20 League will be a domestic league. This means that each playing XI can have only four foreign cricketers. Interestingly, a few of the South African-born cricketers could be playing in the overseas quota in the league. On that note, In this article, we take a look at five South African-born players who might play in foreign quota in CSA T20 League.
South Africa is one nation that has given cricketers to many other nations. Therefore, there would be plenty of signings who are actually from the country but may not play as domestic cricketers.
1) Devon Conway - Johannesburg
Devon Conway is one of the South African-born players who might play in the foreign quota in the CSA T20 League. The New Zealand batter played the initial part of his cricket in South Africa. However, in search of more opportunities, he made the move to New Zealand. Here, he did well in domestic cricket and within a few years, he got a chance to represent the nation. Now, he is a crucial part of the setup. He is a quality cricketer and will be one player who could be eyed by many teams in the league.
2) Jason Roy - Durban
The English cricketer is one of the best openers in the format. As a boy, he shifted to England along with his family. Roy has been a part of the English limited-overs squad for a while now. He even won the World Cup back in 2019. His current form may not be great but will surely be in demand in T20 leagues.
3) Colin Munro - Durban
Colin Munro is also one of the South African-born players who might play in the foreign quota in the CSA T20 League. The batting all-rounder is a common name in various T20 Leagues across the globe. At one point, he was a consistent part of the New Zealand squad. Yes, he might have lost his spot but his recent form in T20 leagues has actually been good. Therefore, he could be targeted by a few teams.
4) David Wiese - Roodepoort
David Wiese played for South Africa before shifting to Namibia. It is unsure if he would qualify as a domestic cricketer. Nonetheless, being a South African, David would help a few teams with his experience in the conditions. Therefore, he is likely to get a contract in the league.
5) Glenn Phillips - East London (South Africa)
Glenn Phillips is a quality T20 cricketer. He is yet to have that big performance so far but has impressed all with his impact contributions. Phillips could also get a contract in the CSA T20 League. Hence, the Kiwi cricketer is also a part of this list of South African-born players who might play in the foreign quota in the CSA T20 League.