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Give talented U19s more franchise game time, pleads ex-CSA performance analyst

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Prasanna Agoram
Prasanna Agoram
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Prasanna Agoram's 11 years with the Proteas have taught him a fair bit about South African cricket and its various structures.

Cricket South Africa's (CSA's) former performance analyst's experiences with India's junior cricket structure make him well-placed to know what SA cricket needs to do to fix what seems to be a problem with Under-19 players graduating into franchise cricket.

There has been a gradual inclusion of young players because of the recent Kolpak exodus that thinned the senior playing stocks, but according to Agoram, not the aggressive moving up of blue-chip Under-19 players.

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