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Wisden Cricinfo staff
March 31, 2004
Clive Eksteen has announced his retirement from first-class cricket, after playing for Gauteng for 19 seasons. Eksteen, a left-arm spinner, was part of South Africa's squad on their re-admission to international cricket in 1991-92.
In an international career spanning six seasons, Eksteen played seven Tests and six one-day internationals. A regular for Gauteng, he claimed 468 wickets in 162 first-class games at an average of nearly 30, and had 176 limited-overs wickets at a rate of 28.
After Eksteen's announcement, the Gauteng cricket board invited him to serve on the board's marketing committee.
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