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SA20 2024 All Team Squads: Team, City, Owner, Captain, Head Coach all you need to know

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The new Season of the SA20 will start on 10th January 2024 and play until 10th February 2024, check the schedule. Cricket fans will be delighted to know that all six SA20 squads. It has revealed which players they intend to retain for next year’s edition of South Africa’s premier T20 competition. Cricket South Africa will host their auction of new season players on September 27 in Johannesburg. Check SA20 2024 All Team Squads: Team, Owner, Captain, Head Coach.

This auction provides all teams an excellent opportunity to build their squads. Ahead of a second exciting installment of this franchise-based competition. Teams will engage in intense bidding battles to enhance their teams and increase the odds of victory.

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SA20 2024 Players Details:

Salary money for SA20 2 teams has been increased by Rs 5.1 million compared to its inaugural edition. Pretoria Capitals will have the highest salary purse at auction: Rs 9.737million. Teams will have more money available to them to spend on key players. To build stronger squads in preparation for the SA20 competition.

Fans should expect an intensely competitive auction as teams vie to acquire top talent to increase their chances of victory at this year’s edition of SA20. Comparing purse allocations between SA20 teams is fascinating. Paarl Royals with Rs 8.865 million in purse funds currently stands as second on this list. It should have plenty of funds available to them for strengthening their squad in time for next season.

SA20 2024 All Team Squads
SA20 2024 All Team Squads
TeamCityHome groundOwnerCaptainHead coach
Durban’s Super GiantsDurban, Kwazulu-NatalKingsmead Cricket Ground, DurbanRPSG GroupQuinton De KockLance Klusener
Joburg Super KingsJohannesburg, GautengWanderers Stadium, JohannesburgIndia CementsFaf du PlessisStephen Fleming
MI Cape TownCape Town, Western CapeNewlands Cricket Ground, Cape TownIndiawin SportsRashid KhanSimon Katich
Paarl RoyalsPaarl, Western CapeBoland Park, PaarlRoyals Sports GroupDavid MillerJP Duminy
Pretoria CapitalsPretoria, GautengCenturion Park, CenturionJSW GroupWayne ParnellGraham Ford
Sunrisers Eastern CapeGqeberha, Eastern CapeSt George’s Park Cricket Ground, GqeberhaSUN GroupAiden MarkramAdrian Birrell

Squads of all Teams in SA20 2024

SA20 has provided teams with detailed guidelines regarding their composition and size of squads. Every team must field at least 19 players; at minimum 10 must come from South Africa while no more than 7 may come from overseas.

Additionally, at least one best player from each country is mandatory in each squad. As soon as these regulations have taken effect. Franchisees will need to carefully plan which players they acquire for SA20 squads to build the strongest teams possible.

Paarl Royals:

David Miller (Captain) – South Africa – Batsmen

Jason Roy – England – Batsmen

Mitchell Van Buuren – South Africa – All rounder

Evan Jones – South Africa – Batsmen

Eoin Morgan – England – Batsmen

Wihan Lubbe – South Africa – All rounder

Ferisco Adams – South Africa – All rounder

Codi Yusuf – South Africa – Bowler

Jos Buttler – WK- England – Batsmen

Dane Vilas WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Obed McCoy – West Indies – Bowler

Corbin Bosch – South Africa – Bowler

Lungi Ngidi – South Africa – Bowler

Tabraiz Shamsi – South Africa – Bowler

Bjorn Fortuin – South Africa – Bowler

Imran Manack – South Africa – All rounder

Ramon Simmonds – West Indies – Bowler

Joburg Super Kings:

Faf du Plessis (Captain) – South Africa – Batsmen

Harry Brook – England – Batsmen

Janneman Malan – South Africa – Bowler

Reeza Hendricks – South Africa – Batsmen

Leus du Plooy – South Africa – Batsmen

Lewis Gregory – England – All rounder

Malusi Siboto – South Africa – Bowler

Kyle Verreynne – WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Donavon Ferreira – WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Maheesh Theekshana – Sri Lanka – Bowler

Romario Shepherd – West Indies – All rounder

Gerald Coetzee – South Africa – Bowler

George Garton – England – All rounder

Alzarri Joseph – West Indies – Bowler

Lizaad Williams – South Africa – Bowler

Nandre Burger – South Africa – Bowler

Caleb Seleka – South Africa – Bowler

MI Cape Town:

Rashid Khan (Captain) –  Afghanistan – Bowler

Dewald Brevis – South Africa – All rounder

Liam Livingstone – England – All rounder

Rassie van der Dussen – South Africa – Batsmen

Wesley Marshall – South Africa – Batsmen

George Linde – South Africa – Bowler

Delano Potgieter – South Africa – Bowler

Sam Curran – England – All rounder

Ryan Rickelton – South Africa – All rounder

Grant Roelofsen – WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Kagiso Rabada – South Africa – Bowler

Beuran Hendricks – South Africa – Bowler

Duan Jansen – South Africa – All rounder

Odean Smith – West Indies – All rounder

Ziyaad Abrahams – South Africa – Bowler

Olly Stone – England – Bowler

Waqar Salamkheil –  Afghanistan – Bowler

Durban Super Giants:

Quinton de Kock (C) – WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Christiaan Jonker – South Africa – Batsmen

Kyle Mayers – West Indies – All rounder

Jason Holder – West Indies – All rounder

Prenelan Subrayen – South Africa – Bowler

Dwaine Pretorius – South Africa – All rounder

Keemo Paul – West Indies – Batsmen

Wiaan Mulder – South Africa – All rounder

Heinrich Klaasen – WK- South Africa – Batsmen

Johnson Charles – WK – West Indies – Batsmen

Matthew Breetzke – South Africa – Batsmen

Reece Topley – England – Bowler

Keshav Maharaj – South Africa – Bowler

Kyle Abbott – South Africa – All rounder

Junior Dala – South Africa – All rounder

Dilshan Madushanka – Sri Lanka – Bowler

Simon Harmer – South Africa – Bowler

Sunrisers Eastern Cape:

Aiden Markram – South Africa – Batsmen

Marques Ackerman – South Africa – Batsmen

Sarel Erwee – South Africa – Batsmen

JJ Smuts – South Africa – Bowler

Tom Abell – England – All rounder

Marco Jansen – South Africa – All rounder

Roelof van der Merwe – Dutch – South Africa – All rounder

Ayabulela Gqamane – South Africa – Bowler

Tristan Stubbs – South Africa – Batsmen

Jordan Cox – England – All-rounder

Adam Rossington – England – Batsmen

Ottniel Baartman – South Africa – Bowler

Sisanda Magala – South Africa – All rounder

Junaid Dawood – South Africa – Bowler

Mason Crane – England – Batsmen

James Fuller – South Africa – All-rounder

Brydon Carse – South Africa – All-rounder

Pretoria Capitals:

Rilee Rossouw – South Africa – Batsmen

Marco Marais – South Africa – Batsmen

Shane Dadswell – South Africa – Batsmen

Cameron Delport – South Africa – Batsmen

Will Jacks – England – Batsmen

Theunis de Bruyn – South Africa – Batsmen

James Neesham – New Zealand – All-rounder

Migael Pretorius – South Africa – Bowler

Wayne Parnell – South Africa – Bowler

Shaun von Berg – South Africa – All-rounder

Philip Salt – WK – England – Batsmen

Kusal Mendis – WK – Sri Lanka – Batsmen

Anrich Nortje – South Africa – Bowler

Joshua Little – Ireland – Bowler

Adil Rashid – England – Bowler

Daryn Dupavillon – South Africa – All-rounder

Eathan Bosch – South Africa – Bowler


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