A: I am a professional cricket player for Multiply Titans.
I am also involved, in conjunction with Neville Harms (East London teacher and former cricket coach), with our project called Rowan Richards Projects, which assists cricketers from less privileged communities.
Q: What motivates you to achieve more in life?
A: Life is about challenges and you need to embrace it.
Q: What keeps you grounded?
A: The good values and principles that were instilled in me by my family.
Q: Who is your role model?
A: Alfonso Richards, Neville Harms, Frank Plaatjies and Advocate Nicholas Kock.
Q: What is your motto in life?
A: Do what makes you happy.
Q: What do you value most?
A: Honesty and integrity.
Q: What book are you currently reading?
A: Australian cricketer Mitchell Johnson’s book Resilient.
Q: What would you like to see change in our country?
A: I want to see less crime. Less corruption. Government also needs to be proactive in making our country a better place for all to live in.
Q: What is your favourite family destination in East London?
A: Leaches Bay during the festival period.
Q: Where is your favourite place to eat in East London?
A: Pinecreek and Lavender Blue.