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March 31, 2005
Fast bowler Mfuneko Ngam, who earlier this season represented the KwaZulu-Natal franchise, the Dolphins, has been selected to play for Eastern Cape-based franchise, the Warriors, for the Standard Bank Pro20 series which brings the season to an end.
Mickey Arthur, the Warriors coach, has confirmed that Ngam has been signed up for next season and is eligible to play in the 20-over version of the game.
The former Test express bowler will spearhead the Warriors attack Friday in the opening match against the Titans in Port Elizabeth.
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