Moses replaces Coetsee at Enfield

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ENFIELD have moved quickly to replace star professional Werner Coetsee - and have snapped up Dolphins, Easterns and KwaZulu-Natal Inland ace Brad Moses.

The Foster's Lancashire League side had agreed terms with Coetsee for a third season but the all-rounder is now planning to stay in South Africa as his wife Natalie has just taken a new job.

That was a major blow to the Dill Hall Lane outfit - but they have sealed a deal with Moses, who turns 30 on the eve of the new season.

Moses has played for several club teams in England and the Netherlands and in 2009 he was pro at Harpenden Cricket Club in the Home Counties League and also had a spell with VRA Amsterdam in 2011.

The right-hand batsman and off-spinner was signed up by Bacup last year but could not take up his role at Lanehead due to visa issues.

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