The Hoeri Kwaggo Bulls have retained six players ahead of the 2022 Cape Premier League.
Leg-spinner Junaid Dawood, who was recently afforded a high performance contract by Western Province, is among the six.
Former Cape Cobras batsman Qaasim Adams is also among the Bulls’ retentions.
Batsman Justin Pringle, whose 151 against the Bo-Kaap Phantoms broke a CPL record in 2021, has also been retained.
Hoeri Kwaggo Bulls retained players
- Junaid Dawood
- Justin Pringle
- Qaasim Adams
- Zaid Allie
- Mujahid Isaacs
- Josh Schippers
Meanwhile, batsman Jesse Christensen has left the Bulls. He was moved to the District Sixers for 1.2 million CPL dollars – the tournament’s fictional currency.
The Devil’s Peak Dragons are the reigning CPL champions. They beat the Atlantic Pirates in October 2021’s final.
The Cape Vikings won the inaugural title in 2019, after beating the Bulls in the final. The tournament was not played in 2020.
More 2022 Cape Premier League (CPL) news
- Jesse Christensen bought for 1.2 million CPL dollars
- Outlaws retain Kyle Simmonds, Jono Bird
- Brad Barnes, Tayo Walbrugh stay at Vikings
- Umar Anthony joins Devil’s Peak Dragons
- Pirates retain Luke Petersen, Jody Lawrence
- Bo-Kaap Phantoms retain Lenert van Wyk
- Brendan Young, Dewald Botha stay at Dragons
- Sixers keep Givon Christian, Darren Rolfe
- Patriots announce retained players