|Style||Right arm fast|
|D. O. B.||16 December, 1989|
An unsung hero with the ball for the Titans, the Hammanskraal product is often the bowler who does the hard work of tying up an end.
Nicknamed ‘Harmison’ after the famously wayward English bowler, Mothoa is the polar opposite, the epitome of line and length.
The work-horse picked up five wickets against the Dolphins on the first day of their four-day campaign and finished the tournament as their joint leading wicket-taker, tied on 21 scalps with leg-spinner Shaun von Berg. Coach Mark Boucher loves having Mothoa in the attack because of his consistency and his willingness to sweat blood for the team.
The Liverpool supporter never lets the side down, but he was unfortunately only able to play three limited-overs matches for the Titans last season due to an injury suffered during a car accident in November.