Spinner Brad Petersen has moved from the Peninsula Patriots to the Cape Vikings for the 2023 edition of the Cape Premier League.
Petersen transferred for one million CPL dollars – the tournament’s fictional currency.
He has also previously represented the Bo-Kaap Phantoms in the CPL.
Who did the Cape Vikings retain?
The Vikings, meanwhile, have confirmed the players retained for this year’s tournament.
South Africa Over-40 all-rounder Jaco Castle and new Rondebosch Cricket Club recruit Morne Pentz are among the Vikings’ six retained players.
- Alistair Gray
- Brad Barnes
- Morne Pentz
- Marco Wyngard
- Eddie Visser
- Jaco Castle
The Vikings squad will be completed at 23 June 2023’s player auction.
More about the Cape Premier League
The Devil’s Peak Dragons are the reigning Cape Premier League champions. They beat the Sixers in the 2022 final.
The Dragons are the most successful team in the brief history of the tournament with two titles.
The CPL started in 2019, when the Vikings beat the Hoeri Kwaggo Bulls in the final for the maiden title.
The tournament was not played in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The West Coast Outlaws and Peninsula Patriots are the newest additions to the CPL, which comprises eight teams.
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