Cape Cobras and Proteas yster JP Duminy has called time on his domestic cricket career.
According to Cricket South Africa’s website, the 35-year-old, who will also end his ODI career after the World Cup this year, played his final match for the Cobras in the T20 Challenge this year.
Since his 2001/02 debut, he has scored 6 774 first-class runs, including 20 centuries and 30 half-centuries, in 108 matches at an average of 46 and also amassed 7 408 runs in 269 List A matches at 37.
Duminy is still available to play for the Proteas in T20Is, as well as play in competitions such as the Mzansi Super League and other international T20 tournaments.
The award for the Players' Player of the Year goes to . Janneman Malan pic.twitter.com/e1lvHdeidi— COBRAS CRICKET (@CobrasCricket) May 3, 2019
Meanwhile, Janneman Malan made a clean sweep at the Cobras’ end-of-year awards, winning the Young Player, Players’ Player, and the Cape Cobras Player of the Year awards.