Dolphins duo Daryn Dupavillon and Ottneil Baartman have been called up to the Proteas squad for their tour of Pakistan later this month.
The two seam bowlers were included in a squad of 21 players that also includes fit-again allrounder Dwaine Pretorius and a Test recall for Tabraiz Shamsi.
Oudtshoorn-born Baartman boasts 82 First-Class wickets from 28 matches with best bowling figures of 14/95 at an average of 26.84.
His franchise teammate Dupavillon has 59 First-Class matches under his belt, with 189 wickets to his name and best bowling figures 11/104 at an average of 23.88.
The pair, if given the opportunity to play, will be exciting players to look out for according to convenor of selectors Victor Mpitsang.
He says: “As a selection panel, we are very excited to see how the tour of Pakistan will pan out for the players we have chosen.
“We are confident in our selections and believe in rewarding good performances both on and off the field, which is why we have gone with the core of the group that was selected for the Sri Lanka home series.
“Considering that the conditions that will be faced are largely unknown to the South African team, we wanted to strengthen the attack with the skill sets that Tabraiz Shamsi and George Linde have to offer, while giving players like Daryn Dupavillon and Otneil Baartman an opportunity after making strong cases for themselves in recent seasons.”