The Western Province Cricket Association has announced the Under 11 Provincial Youth Invitation squads for the 2012/13 cricket season. The squads will be touring Worcester from 09 -13 December 2012 for the National Week.
Under 11 PUPS Invitation XI
Lehan Botha, Sevriano Cupido, As'ad Daniels, Thaakir Luckan, Phiwe Mentoor, Isma-eel Moos, Ethan Nates, Luan Prinsloo, Ali Akbar Sheik, Aaron Smit, Ruan Terblanche, Zandre Van Zyl, Cole Walbrugh, Naashif Jattiem (Coach) and Maheed Cassiem (Manager).
Under 11 CUBS Invitation XI
Imraan Abdul, Salmaan Ajam, Zaid Anthony, Juan Burger, Ziggy Dalton, Moegamat Damon, Zachary Hasenfuss, Ismaeel Prince, Imtiyaaz Samaai, Abu Bakr Samsodien, Guy Sheena, Cameron Tanner, Bonga Yeleni, Anathi Ponco (Co-Coach) and Jaco Stofberg (Co-Coach).
The Western Province Provincial Youth teams for the 2012/13 season have been announced. The teams will also be commencing with the winter training programmes in preparation for this year's Cricket Weeks.
Under 13 "A"
Samuel Alexander, Umar Anthony, Richard Baikoff, Boeta Chamberlain, Daniel Da Costa, Wade Dollman, Maahir Eksteen, Liam Fresan, Nicko, Laubscher, Kyle Pluke, Ra'ees Sylvester, Sivenathi Thabatha, Khaleel Tayob, Hilton Toro (Coach) and Dean Anthony (Manager)
Under 13 "B"
Luke Bales, Ziyaad Behardien, Josh Breed, Michael Burton, Khanya Dilima, Andries Janse Van Rensburg, Brent Johnson, Christo Langenhoven, Reece Meyer, Riaz Paleker, Abdul Aziz Slamdien, Karl Vermeulen, Fawaaz Williams, Nicholas Minnie (Coach) and Waheed Waggie (Manager).
Under 15 "A"
Yaasin Allie, Edward Bester, Murray Commins, Aaqil Ebrahim, Mika Ekstrom, Gavin Kaplan, Ryan Klein, Dyllan Matthews, Athenkosi Nyengane, Muzammil Sheik, Waleed Smith, Nicholas Stander, Kyle Verreynne, Russel Sissing (Coach) and Nathaniel Brache (Manager).
Under 15 "B"
Zakariya Baboo, Michael Cohen, Dylan Edwards, Reuben Fortune, Jordan Holgate, Raafiq Isaacs, Siphamandla Mavanda, Uzair Parker, Sauliegh Ryaned, Shu-Aib Samaai, Justin Stevens, Jack Teversham, Ncedo Tywako, Suhail White, Jerry Malilwana (Co-Coach) and Craig Melvill (Co-Coach).
Under 17 "A"
Matthew Christensen, Brandon Clacher, Jason Fourie, Chad Johson, Brydon Karstens, Yolisa Mona, Lyle Rogers, Riaz Sader, Kay Skovgaard-Petersen, Jay Stevens, Tyler Sylvester, Devon Van Rensberg, Nicki Zeeman, Manny Senger (Coach) and Bevil Velensky (Manager).
Under 17 "B"
Wandisile Bambelo, John-Joshua, Cheslyn Clark, Michael Cohen, Junaid Dawood, Wian Engelbrecht, Taariq Hendricks, Robin Kriel, Tawfeeq Moos, Robert Newby, Gregory Oliver, Nkanyiso Seku, Jean Strydom, Tayo Walbrugh, Paul Jacobs (Coach) and Faried Philander (Manager).
Under 19 "A"
David Bedingham, Dale Brander, Dawood Christians, Clyde Fortuin, Dayyaan Galiem, Imtiyaaz Groenewald, Zubayr Hamza, Alexander Mather, Soya Pono, Jason Smith, Keagan Smith, Hayes Van Der Berg, Bryan Vorster, Clinton Ravens (Coach) and Johannes Adams (Manager).
Under 19 "B"
Warren Adriaanse, Quintin Dreyer, Ishmael Evans, Suhail Fortuin, Digby Harding, Sheldon Irwin, Siphelele Nontando, Salih Pastor, Moray Poleman, Daniel Russell, Taahir Samaai, Sean Serrao, Mubasher Vallie, James Williams, Wayne Hendricks (Co-Coach) and Rushdi Hendricks (Co-Coach).
Under 19 Girls
Tala Ross, Miche Bennett, Chelsea Bennette, Megan Denny, Lara Goodall, Ashton Heldsinger, Celeste Isaacs, Insaaf Ismail, Melecia Jantjies, Suzette Knipe, Tania Lakey, Amaarah Larney, Hlumelo Mati, Nadia Mbokotwana, Suriya Naidoo, Shaydene Nieweveldt, Aafikah Potgieter, Elzette Potgieter, Tamryn Lee Richardson, Saarah Smith, Chrisna Steenkamp, Jolandi Wilson, Laura Wolfvaardt, Liane Karsten (Coach) and Foazia Sylvester (Manager).
Under 13 Cricket Week: 07 - 11 December 2012 in KwaZulu Natal (KZN)
Under 15 Cricket Week : 08 - 12 December 2012 in Boland
Under 17 Cricket Week : 12 - 16 December 2012 in Cape Town
Under 19 Coca Cola Khaya Majola Week: 16 - 21 December 2012 in Potchefstroom
Under 13 : 09 - 13 December 2012 in Worcester
Under 15 : To Be Confirmed
Under 17 and Under 19 : 06 - 09 December 2012 in Cape Town.
Western Cape Cricket officials have today released the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras' squad for the 2012 / 2013 season.The squad is:
- Qaasim Adams
- Alistair Gray
- Beuran Hendriks
- Justin Kemp
- Rory Kleinveldt
- Charl Langeveldt
- Richard Levi
- Justin Ontong
- Johan Louw
- Andrew Puttick
- Yaseen Vallie
- Dane Villas
- Monde Zondeki
- Dane Piedt
- Stiaan Van Zyl
CSA CONTRACTED PLAYES
- Siyabulela Simetu
- Lizaad Williams
- Mark Boucher
- JP Duminy
- Jacques Kallis
- Robin Peterson
- Vernon Philander
- Graeme Smith
- Dale Steyn
The Finals of the WPCA Club Cricket Ama20 Competition that took place on Friday, 13 April 2012 and Sunday, 15 April 2012 at Sahara Park Newlands saw magnificent cricket played at the amateur level and a spectacular crowd support. For the first time in the history of WPCA Club Cricket this First Division (1A – 2A Divisions) Annual Festival saw all defending champions successfully defending their titles.
Fri, 13 April, Division 2A League winners of the 2-Day Competition Seacrest Cricket Club (SCC) beat Hottentots Holland Cricket Club (HHCC) by 9 runs after they failed to chase down a target of 111 runs in 20 overs. HHCC were bowled all out for 102 runs in the last over of the match. Clinton Brown of SCC did extremely well to win the trophy for his team and was awarded Player of the Match for his magnificent bowling spell of 5 wickets for 14 runs in 4 overs.
In the second match of evening, Division 1A it was the WPCA Club Cricket 2011/12 season 1-Day Competition Finalists Western Province Cricket Club (WPCC) playing against second time Ama20 Competition finalists Altius United Cricket Club (AUCC). After losing the toss and being sent in to bat first under lights, WPCC put up a compatible target of 137 runs with 6 wickets down in their allotted 20 overs. AUCC needed 138 runs to win in 20 overs and WPCC’s fast bowler Ryan Van Niekerk did well to help his side dismiss AUCC for 120 runs in the last over taking 4 for 26 in 4 overs and was awarded Player of the Match. Altius United CC lost the match by 18 runs.
Sun, 15 April, three matches were scheduled to take place. The first match between 2010/11 season Division 2A, WPCA Ama20 Competition winners and 2011/12 season Division 1D, WPCA league winners of the 2-Day Competition Helderberg Cricket Club (HCC) and Somerset West Cricket Club (SWCC) was delayed due to rain. The match eventually started an hour late and the overs were reduced to 12 overs per side. SWCC won the toss elected to bowl first. At 11 overs HCC were 96 for 5 and the rain started pouring down before the commencement of Helderberg’s last over of their batting innings. After the implementation of the Duckworth-Lewis Method by the official umpires, SWCC needed 62 runs to win in 7 overs and could only manage 47 for 2 in their allotted overs losing the match a mere 15 runs.
The second match of the day saw another title defenders of the 1C Division, Bishop Lavis Cricket Club (BLCC) defending their title against Milnerton Cricket Club (MCC). MCC’s captain Robin Van Harte won the toss and elected to bat and did well to end undefeated on 47 runs helping his team put up a target of 98 for 6 in 20 overs in difficult weather conditions which assisted in the lateral movement of the ball. BLCC needed 99 runs to win and easily reached the target with 2 overs to spare and 5 wickets in hand. Simeon Fondling was awarded Player of the Match for his knock 20 runs (not out) that sealed a win for his side.
2010/11 season WPCA Ama20 Competition winners of the 1B Division, Cape Town Cricket Club (CTCC) were defending their title against Durbanville Cricket Club (DCC) in the last and final match of day. The defending champions won the toss and elected to bat and were dismissed for 100 runs in the alloted 20 overs. DCC failed to score 4 runs off the last ball of the match to secure a win and enable Cape Town CC to clinch the title in consecutive seasons SUMMERY OF WINNERS
1. Western Province Cricket Club (Division 1A winners)
2. Cape Town Cricket Club (Division 1B winners)
3. Bishop Lavis Cricket Club (Divsion 1C winners)
4. Helderberg Cricket Club (Division 1D winners)
5. Seacrest Cricket Club (Division 2A winners) Festival Facts
- Clinton Brown of Seacrest Cricket Club was the only bowler to take 5 wickets in a match and boasted with match figures of 5/14 off 4 overs.
- Robin Van Harte of Milnerton Cricket Club was the only batsman to score over 40 runs in a match. He scored 47 not out against Bishop Lavis.
- Highest score by one team : WPCC 137 runs
- Ryan Van Niekerk (WPCC) turned the game on its head with 4 wickets in one over including a run out.
Find enclosed the complete Appeals Hearing outcome of the Glamorgan/UCT case. We all know in society rules and laws govern on existence often whether we agree with it or not. Similarily in cricket we have by laws, codes of conduct and playing conditions which govern our game and which we all agree on via structures. General Council which is a council of all our clubs discuss/debate and accept policy. All by-laws before they are published in on said handbooks in most instance accepted unanimously these are normally traversed by way of intense consultation. As in law when these conditions are transgressed, penalties (from mild to severe) are instituted. In this case the Local Leagues Committee and Appeals Committee applied their minds with all the documentation before them and provided the said outcome which unfortunately was not in favour of Glamorgan Cricket Club. Our constitution is clear that this matter is now closed at Western Province Cricket. However as in most cases Glamorgan Cricket Club have the right to escalate the matter to Cricket South Africa which we will facilitate for them. All other details will become clearer when the attached outcome is read.
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Did you know?
In the 12 months between February 2011 and February 2012, the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras and the amateur teams of Western Province and Boland held an unprecedented ‘Grand Slam’ of eight out of eight trophies and tournaments in South African domestic cricket.
The following trophies and tournaments were won in those 12 months:
- Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras in Supersport Series (February 2011)
- Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras in Standard Bank Pro20 (March 2011)
- Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras in CSA One Day Cup (December 2011)
- Western Province winners of the CSA Three Day Challenge
- Western Province winners of the CSA One Day Challenge
- Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras Cubs winners of the annual Cricket South Africa Cubs Week held in Stellenbosch
- Boland and WP schools chosen for feature match at Coca Cola Khaya Majola Week held in Cape Town. (No official winner)
- Paarl Boys high winner of the Cricket South Africa T20 competition for schools.
Champions in eight formats in 12 months – this is an achievement of which we can be justifiably proud. In addition the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras also once again participated in the Champions League in India in October 2011 and they were also awarded the Team of the Year Award at the Western Cape Government’s annual sports award ceremony earlier this year.
No less than ten Cape Cobras players were called up for the national team in the 2011/12 season. Three of them set world records. Vernon Philander became the quickest bowler since 1886 to reach fifty test wickets in a sensational entry to test cricket. Richard Levi scored the fastest 20/20 hundred against New Zealand (and also broke the record for the fastest SA One-Day Domestic hundred). Dane Vilas bettered the great Gilchrist and Marsh’s achievements as a wicket-keeper in scoring 186 runs and taking ten dismissals in the same match.
WP YOUTH CRICKET
FEEDEM PITSENG U13 KNOCK-OUT COMPETITION
01 APRIL 2012
SAHARA PARK NEWLANDS
SEMI-FINALS -15 OVERS
SF 1 BRACKENFELL PS VS KENRIDGE PS
Brackenfell PS: 109/1 (B Chamberlain 44*, W Strydom 36*)
Kenridge PS: 82/3 (D Burton 30, N Giger 23)
Brackenfell PS beat Kenridge PS by 27 runs
SF 2 JIVE ST AUGUSTINE CC VS WPCC
Jive St Augustine CC: 95/4 (J Pringle 25, J Kriel 15, G Hasewinkel 2/8)
WPCC: 96/4 (G Hasewinkel 26*, E Samaai 18*, I Mohammed 2/23)
WPCC beat Jive St Augustine by 6 wickets
3rd & 4th PLACE PLAYOFF -15 OVERS
JIVE ST AUGUSTINE CC VS KENRIDGE PS
Jive St Augustine CC: 86/5 (D Petersen 24, B Sassman 19*)
Kenridge PS: 90/2 (N Giger 35, J Macleod Smith 18*)
Kenridge PS beat Jive St Augustine by 8 wickets
FINALS -20 OVERS
BRACKENFELL PS VS WPCC
Brackenfell PS: 190/2 (B Chamberlain 99*, W Strydom 39)
WPCC: 103 all out (E Samaai 23; M De Kock 3/22, W Strydom 2/13)
Brackenfell PS beat WPCC by 87 runs
BEST BATSMAN BOETA CHAMBERLAIN (BRACKENFELL PS)
99* IN THE FINAL
BEST BOWLER WIKUS STRYDOM (BRACKENFELL PS)
PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT BOETA CHAMBERLAIN (BRACKENFELL)
99* & 1/31 IN THE FINAL
44* IN THE SEMI FINAL
Toss won by North West who elected to bat first.
North West: 284 / 5 (50 Overs)
H. Van Der Dussen 134
B. Pelser 55
N. Van den Bergh 32*
D. Piedt 2/44
M. Vallie 1/62
A. Gray 1/78
JAG WP: 288 / 2 (38.3 Overs)
M. Pote 122
A. Gray 56*
M. Kleinveldt 47
J. Diseko 2/49
D. Deeb 0/56
JAG Western Province won by 8 wickets (with 69 balls remaining).
Toss won by JAG WP who elected to bat first.
JAG WP: 358 All Out.
M. Pote 90
Q. Adams 85
A. Gray 47
D. Deeb 4/66
C. Alexander 2/41
B. Pelser 2/53
North West: 123 / 5 (37 Overs)
N. Van Den Jongh 30*
B. Pelser 28
K. Rapulana 23*
B. Hendricks 3/40
J. Bothma 2/47