Graeme Smith wants to help South Africa after retirement

Graeme Smith, who retired from international cricket after playing his final Test, said he wants to remain associated with South African cricket in future.

updated: March 06, 2014 12:55 IST
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Cape Town: Graeme Smith said on Wednesday he was keen to continue to play a role in South African cricket following his retirement from the international game as a player. "I'd love to play a role with Cricket South Africa and who knows where that's going to be," he said in his final press conference as captain after his side's 245-run defeat in the third Test against Australia.

"I've gained a lot of experience over the years, worked with a lot of people and feel I still have a lot to offer South African cricket." (Scorecard)

Smith said he believed it was important to create the right environment for the national team to go forward into the future. "I think there are some important things that need to be tightened," said the 33-year-old.

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