Cape Town - The Proteas' Cricket World Cup squad took time out of their preparations on Tuesday to climb Table Mountain.
For several members of the 15-man squad - including all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo - and the management team, it was their first ascent of one of the New7Wonders of Nature.
The squad will get down to more serious business later this week with their final practice sessions on home soil as they look to land a maiden World Cup title in what will be their eighth appearance.
The Proteas boast four semi-final, two quarter-final and one group phase elimination in their previous seven showings.
The squad will depart South Africa on Sunday, May 19 with their opening match of the tournament scheduled for Thursday, May 30 against hosts England at The Oval.
The South African World Cup squad @OfficialCSA on top of Table Mountain today - lets hope they’ll be on top of the world after the @cricketworldcup Final on the 14th July 2019... ? vs ?? pic.twitter.com/nqNg0tBtIe— Dave Nosworthy (@DONCRICKET) May 14, 2019
Bucket list :— Andile Phehlukwayo (@andileluck19) May 14, 2019
Climbing up Table mountain ?