CSA needs to deal decisively with inequalities

19 July 2020 - 00:00 By KHANYISO TSHWAKU

Former Proteas batsman and current Cape Cobras coach Ashwell Prince had a distinguished 119-match international career, but felt truly at home in his five-year stint only with English county Lancashire.

"At my last home game for Lancashire at Old Trafford in 2015, I broke down. Lancashire had the whole world to choose from when looking for an international player and they chose me. I told the guys: 'I've come here and for once in the past five years, I could enjoy my cricket because I didn't have to prove to people that it had anything to do with the colour of my skin. People brought me here because of who I was and what I could do as a player'," Prince said...

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