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The Cape Cobras, South Africa's first-class champions, have sacked coach Shukri Conrad as the franchise seeks a "fresh face" for the 2010-11 season. They will advertise soon for a new coach.

Andre Odendaal, the Western Cape Cricket chief executive, said the board of directors had "reviewed the situation and decided that a fresh face was needed to take the Cobras to the next level".

"Shukri Conrad has done a good job and still has a lot to offer cricket," chairman Mohamed Ebrahim told Supercricket. "We thank him for his contribution and wish him well for the future."

Conrad had coached the Cobras for five years and helped them secure three trophies - the one-day championship in 2006-07, the Pro20 title in 2008-09 and the Supersport Series last season.

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