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The Standard Bank Proteas kept the #ProteaFire burning during the Bangladesh tour and in this issue of Cricket South Africa Magazine we introduce you to the three new faces who got their big chance for the Standard Bank Proteas recently.

Faf du Plessis opens up exclusively about life as a new dad, his business interests, Ottis Gibson and facing current competitors India and Australia, who’ll be in South Africa in March.

You can also get to know Wiaan Mulder, Aiden Markram and Robbie Frylinck a little better. Markram, the 23-year-old opener, has made a storming impact during his short time in the national set-up with a century and a half-century in his first two Tests. Ex-SA U19 captain, Mulder’s rise into the Proteas’ ranks highlights a new crop of all-rounders taking shape to fill the void left by the likes of Jacques Kallis. Meanwhile, 33-year-old Frylinck had already given up on his dream of becoming a Protea when he finally received the call for the T20 series against Bangladesh.

This publication brings you a photo gallery that documents the best moments from the Bangladesh tour while Highveld Lions coach Geoffrey Toyana urges supporters to get behind domestic cricket with greater purpose.