Following a disappointing performance in the recently concluded Youth One-Day International (ODI) series against Pakistan, the Coca-Cola South Africa under-19s’ head coach, Lawrence Mahatlane, and captain Bryce Parsons have reflected on where things went wrong.
The captaincy style and ability to lead by example of the U15 skipper and all-rounder Liyakha Xatoto in the Sunfoil U15 and U18 Township tournament in Pietermaritzburg, has seen the Newlands Cricket High School star start to shine brightly, said WP U13 head coach Jerry Malilwana.
The Western Province senior provincial squad has been announced, with some exciting young talent out to make an impact in the 2019/2020 season.
Durbanville Cricket Club were the big winners at the Western Province Cricket Association Awards ceremony which was held at PPC Newlands on Saturday morning.
The Western Province cricketing family on Thursday mourned the passing of Johnny Kleinveldt, father of the senior provincial star, Matthew, and uncle of Rory Kleinveldt.
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) today announced a bumper programme of home international fixtures for the 2019-20 summer against England and Australia
A new chapter of the Cape Premier League will start in a month’s time when the date will be announced for a national tournament, the Champions League, including winner of the Cape league, the Cape Vikings, and the runner-up, the Bulls, said Ziyaad Desai, director of the Cape Premier League.
The season might be over but more enthralling cricket is coming in the month of July, as the Western Province’s U-13 to U-19 Boys and Girls will participate in the annual winter programme where our young stars will receive advanced training and mentorship to aid their talent and skills.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the Coca-Cola South Africa under-19s squad that will take on Pakistan in a seven-match, Youth One-Day International series at home from 22 June to 07 July 2019. Bryce Parsons will captain the fledging squad of 15.
Some might say it was a an up-and-down season, but the statistics reveal that Western Province finished second in Pool B (on 141.52 points) to Northerns (164.84) in the CSA three-day competition, while they also struck nine centuries versus the zero of 2017/2018, and produced two hat-tricks.