New Delhi: Cricket South Africa on Wednesday, will pay tribute to Mark Boucher who announced his retirement from international cricket due to an injury to his eye.
Boucher (35) who has played for South Africa since 1997, announced his decision to not play international cricket on Tuesday due to the seriousness of his injury. He was operated on after a bail struck his eye, cutting his tour to England short.
CSA acting Chief Executive Officer - Jacques Faul - will speak on behalf of the board while national team manager Dr. Mohammed Moosajee and Tony Irish of SA Cricketers' Association are also expected to be present here.
The event will take place at the Sahara Stadium in Newlands.