The Atlantic Pirates have retained five players for the 2023 edition of the Cape Premier League.
Durbanville Cricket Club duo Jody Lawrence and Fritz de Beer are among the players retained by the Pirates.
Who did Atlantic Pirates retain?
- Fritz de Beer
- Jody Lawrence
- Gavin Kaplan
- Luke Petersen
- Diego du Plessis
Former Pirates spinner Luke Stevens, meanwhile, has joined the West Coast Outlaws.
The 2023 CPL is scheduled to start in late September – and will be preceded by this week’s player auction.
The Devil’s Peak Dragons are the reigning champions and the most successful team in the CPL’s brief history with two titles.
The Cape Vikings won the inaugural CPL in 2019. They beat the Bulls in the final.
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