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Graeme Smith steps down as T20 captain

Biff has announced that he is stepping down as the Proteas' T20 captain, with immediate effect. He will continue to be ODI captain until the end of next year's World Cup, and will be Test captain for the foreseeable future. Smith has been Proteas captain in all three forms of the game since 2003. A decision on who the new T20 captain might has yet to be made, which is perfect for what fans do best: speculation. Hashim Amla's name has already been tossed into the ring, as well as Johan Botha's, if he should ever make it into the T20 game. Read more: TimesLive and Sport24



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