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Retirements in 2019
Cricketers who hung their boots in 2019
As the year comes to a close, let's review which players announced retirements and take a look at their cricket journeys
6 November, 2019
CSA IN TURMOIL
Interim team director Nkwe to coach South Africa in England Tests amidst turbulence in CSA
Interim team director Enoch Nkwe has been entrusted with the responsibility of coaching the national team for the upcoming Test series against England
29 October, 2019
BBL 2019-20
David Miller signs with Hobart Hurricanes for BBL 09
Miller has earned a reputation as an explosive power-hitter with his batting heroics frequently witnessed in white-ball cricket.
20 October, 2019
South Africa News
Graeme Smith pulls out of contention for CSA Director of Cricket post
Former South African captain Graeme Smith has withdrawn his interest in becoming Cricket South Africa's (CSA) director of cricket.
15 October, 2019
Injury Blow for Paarl Rocks
Duminy ruled out of MSL 2019 due to hamstring injury
MRI scans revealed a high-grade partial tear to his right hamstring diminishing the batting stocks of Rocks.
9 October, 2019
Dispute in CSA
CSA suspend top officials over alleged non-payment of fees to players following MSL
The three top officials include interim director of cricket Corrie van Zyl, chief operating officer Naasie Appiah, and sponsorship head Clive Eksteen
30 September, 2019
Amla Joins Surrey
Hashim Amla signs with Surrey on two-year Kolpak contract
Amla will join compatriot Morne Morkel at The Oval as the former Proteas paceman signed a Kolpak deal with the club last year.
29 September, 2019
South Africa News
Du Plessis insists 'clarity' over South Africa coaching appointments
"The most important thing right now is clarity. Someone needs to make decisions, the director of cricket first and then filter down."
25 September, 2019
MCC
MCC elects Graeme Smith as Honorary Life Member
Graeme Smith, has been elected as the honorary life member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)
24 September, 2019