Jacques Kallis is the latest South Africa great to join the national side’s backroom team, signing on as batting consultant ahead of the Test series against England.
Kallis, the Proteas’ record run-scorer with 13,206, follows in the footsteps of old team-mates Graeme Smith and Mark Boucher, who have been appointed as interim team director and head coach respectively.
Kallis, one of the greatest all-rounders in history, played 519 times for South Africa across formats before his retirement in 2014.
He will begin working immediately with the squad at their training camp in Pretoria.
The 21-year-old says the route from British Asian hubs to the county game can be “daunting”
On arrival in England the squad will head to Blackfinch New Road.
Sheyne Moseley, Shane Dowrich and Shamarh Brooks registered half-centuries at Old Trafford.
The Kent batsman has won four Test caps.
The duo shared an unbroken stand of 131 before lunch on day three.
Archer initially stayed away from the get together after he reported a member of his household feeling unwell on Tuesday.
West Indies Test captain Jason Holder declined to bowl for the third day in a row.
The left-armer was the star performer on day two of an internal squad match at Emirates Old Trafford.
The all-rounder produced an inspired spell on day two of the Windies’ intra-squad warm-up.