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Home » Team Profiles » South Africa » Nicky Boje

Nicky Boje

Full name Nico Boje

Born March 20, 1973, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State

Current age 33 years

Major teams South Africa, Africa XI, Eagles, Free State,Nottinghamshire, Orange Free State

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox

Nicky Boje is one of the important players of the South Africa cricket team. He captained South Africa Schools and was selected for three successive years as a middle-order batsman. He opened the bowling for his own school, and then switched to left-arm spin on the coach's command. For the first four years of his career he played as a spinner. In 2000-01 his hard work paid off and he established himself as the Test No. 1. He briefly submitted his position to Claude Henderson in Australia in 2001-02, and then to Robin Peterson and Paul Adams in 2003. However, he played a significant role in the final Test of the New Zealand tour of 2003-04, when his eight-wicket haul helped South Africa to a series-leveling win. His batting records a pair of one-day hundreds and a Test-match 85 testify.


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