Batsman Ethan Cunningham has been included among Western Province’s contracted players for South Africa’s 2022-23 domestic season.
Cunningham represented South Africa at the Under-19 World Cup in the Caribbean earlier this year.
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Seamer Basheer Walters and batsman Zubayr Hamza have not been listed among the 16 contracted players. Hamza agreed to a voluntary suspension in March 2022, after testing positive for prohibited substance Furosemide.
Fast bowlers Mihlali Mpongwana and Tshepo Moreki have been retained.
Left-arm seamer Nandre Burger, who was sidelined by injury for most of the 2021-22 season, has also been retained.
Proteas Kyle Verreynne, George Linde, Wayne Parnell and Beuran Hendricks are listed.
Former Warriors batsman Eddie Moore’s move to Western Province was confirmed last month.
Fast bowler Dane Paterson, who is currently with Nottinghamshire in English county cricket, will return to Western Province after one season with the Warriors.
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