|Style||Right hand bat|
|D. O. B.||1 April, 2019|
The veteran batsman who holds just about every franchise batting record, including a couple of record partnerships, has seen his shares rise even higher after a prolific season of County Cricket with Kent. Kuhn scored four centuries in five innings, the first batsman to achieve this in English limited-overs cricket, to propel Kent into the Royal London One-Day Cup final.
The ultimate team man, Kuhn has been an inspirational figure for the Titans since 2005 and his considerable experience has allowed him to excel both at the top of the order and in the middle-order.
Kuhn joined the elite group of six batsmen who have scored more than a thousand runs in a four-day A Section season when he plundered 1 126 runs at an average of 62.55, with four centuries, in 2015/16. A year later he was making his Test debut for South Africa in England. Although he had a tough time along with all the other Proteas batsmen in difficult conditions, the 34-year-old remains one of the most respected batsmen in domestic cricket.
Apart from his leadership example, Kuhn is also a great fielder and was an immaculate wicketkeeper before giving up the gloves to concentrate on batting in the top-order.