Diego Rosier has been destined for big things since his schooldays he was a stand out performer through school and college so much so that he was selected to play for South Africa U19s in 2010 when he was just 16 years old, he went on to play 27 matches for the U19s including in the World Cup in Australia in 2012. From there Diego began his 1st class career with Griqualand West where he stayed until 2018 when he moved to Pretoria to sign for the Titans Franchise, initially he starred for the Northerns Province but has since progressed to full franchise status with the Light Blues and in February 2020 he smashed a brilliant 112 against the Knights in the One Day Momentum Cup . Another Milestone came in December 2019 when he was selected for the SA Invitational XI to play England at Willowmoore Park, Diego bowled 5 tight overs for 14 runs and had Johnny Bairstow caught at slip, but with the bat he really impressed stroking a stylish 70 before being bowled by Luke Parkinson chasing quick runs. Diego has a batting average of 34 with 8 centuries and 28 scores in excess of 50 with a high of 168, with hte ball he has 76 wickets in 1st class & list A combined at an average of 28 with his very strong leg spin . Now establishing himself as one of the better all rounders in SA Cricket Diego is still only 26 with his best years ahead of him and he would be a brilliant signing for 2022.