JP Duminy made his one-day international debut in 2004. The left-hander become a regular in the ODI side building a solid average of more than 37 throughout his career to date. An energetic fielder, Duminy also proved to be a handy spin bowler, giving some assistance to South Africa’s strong line-up of quicks. He has taken more than 40 wickets in Tests and more than 60 in ODI’s. JP retired from all forms of cricket in July 2019. JP has an incredible passion for #SportForGood and giving back to the community. In 2015, JP founded the JP21 Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to revitalizing the game of cricket in underdeveloped communities and schools. Communities riddled by gang violence and substance abuse.


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