Before and after the abolition of racial segregation in cricket, which happened before the 1991–92 season, Conrad Shukri made first-class appearances for Western Province teams.
When Conrad Shukri was in charge of Gauteng in the 2002–03 season, he began coaching at the first-class level. Conrad was the Highveld Lions’ first head coach after franchise cricket was introduced in the 2004–05 season.
The Cape Cobras went on to win multiple championships during his five seasons in command after he changed teams the following season and joined them. Conrad spent a brief time as the coach of the Ugandan national team after being fired from the Cobras in 2010. In April 2014, he was appointed to his present role.
At the age of 18, he made his Western Province debut in December 1985 during the Howa Bowl season. Matches in the non-white Howa Bowl were not classified as first-class since South African cricket was still racially segregated at the time; that status was only later given.
Conrad Shukri played sparingly for Western Province during the last few seasons of the Howa Bowl, including two games in the final season before integration, 1990–1991. His greatest bowling performance as a right-handed all-rounder, 4/35 from 14 overs, came in his final competition encounter, against Eastern Province in December 1990.
He was moved up to third in the batting order for Western Province’s second innings of the same game, where he scored 63, his highest ever score.
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