After T20 World Cup, Mark Boucher will leave his role as South African coach

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After the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia later this year, South Africa’s head coach Mark Boucher will step down in order to pursue “other options in line with his future career and personal ambitions,” officials stated on Monday.

A few hours after South Africa’s three-match Test series defeat in England, the news was made.

Former South African wicketkeeper Boucher, who played 147 Test matches, has held the position since December 2019 and was under contract through the conclusion of the 2023 50-over World Cup in October of the following year.

In a statement to the media, Cricket South Africa CEO Pholetsi Moseki said, “We would like to thank Mark for the time and effort he has committed in South African cricket as the head coach over the past three years.

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