Mark Boucher vents anger on CSA for giving more importance to SA20 than Test cricket


Mark Boucher said Cricket South Africa (CSA) should take a look at the schedule.

Mark Boucher (Image Source: Getty Images)

Former South African cricketer and coach Mark Boucher (Mark Boucher) replaced test cricket by players SA20 Expressed disappointment for giving priority to. Let us tell you, a two-match Test series is to be played between South Africa and New Zealand from February 4, for which Cricket South Africa (CSA) has selected a second-string team.

The reason for the Proteas to select inexperienced players for the upcoming Test series against New Zealand is that all the star players are playing in the ongoing SA20 2024. Meanwhile, Mark Boucher revealed that he is extremely disappointed with such decisions and said Cricket South Africa (CSA) should take a look at the schedule.

To be honest, I am very disappointed: Mark Boucher

Mark Boucher was quoted by ‘I’m extremely disappointed to be honest, and it’s nothing to do with the players. You can’t blame the players who have been selected or the players who are not playing. I think CSA needs to look at the scheduling. I don’t think it should be. If I was in New Zealand cricket, I would be quite disappointed.

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I understand that New Zealand do not want to withdraw from this Test series because World Test Championship points are at stake, but I think we need to take a hard look at ourselves, the scheduling, sitting in South Africa . CSA has to find a way, which is right and this is what should happen. The SA20 is good for the public to see.

‘SA20 is being supported very well’

SA20 are being supported very well, but we can’t do the same with a Test series away from home against a very strong New Zealand team. I know I’m not alone, there are probably a lot of people talking about this, and are disappointed.

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