My test career not over yet, says sidelined Ntini

2010-01-04 10:47

FAST BOWLER Makhaya Ntini has denied signing a Kolpak contract to

play county cricket in England following his omission from the South African

team for the ongoing third Test against England at Newlands.

Ntini, who has played 101 Tests for South Africa, taking 390

wickets, was dropped from the South African team after failing to take a wicket

in the second Test in Durban, where South Africa suffered their worst defeat

against England in 64 years.

Ntini was last dropped from the South African team for the Boxing

Day Test against Australia in Melbourne in 2001/2002.

After his omission from the team was announced yesterday there were

reports that he had signed a Kolpak contract to play for English county


Denying this Ntini said: “I believe I have more Test cricket ahead

of me,” Ntini said. “I am going to concentrate on getting back into the Test


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