|Style||Right arm fast|
|D. O. B.||16 October, 1988|
Another of the important stand-in players when the internationals are away, Arnold represented the SA U19 side that lost to India in a rain-affected final at the 2008 Junior World Cup, alongside Titans team-mate Jonathan Vandiar.
The paceman was educated at St Albans in Pretoria, but has played most of his cricket for Easterns and Gauteng. A reliable bowler who has consistently been one of Easterns’ leading wicket-takers, Arnold is a wise old head, a clever cricketer and also very useful with the bat, the left-hander boasting a highest first-class score of 150.
Arnold, who was contracted by the Titans in 2008/9, also uses his experience of more than a dozen first-class seasons to coach junior cricketers.