The Western Province Cricket Association have appointed current finance manager Tennyson Botes as the interim CEO after the retirement of previous CEO Nabeal Dien, who ended his 22-year tenure with WPCA at the end of April.
Former and current leading cricket administrators have led the tributes for retiring Western Province Cricket Association CEO Nabeal Dien as he ends his role as a cricket administrator with the Province which has been so close to his heart for 22 years.
Western Province Cricket Association have announced the contracted players who will form part of the Men’s Senior Provincial Squad for the 2020 / 2021 season.
Western Province Women enjoyed a productive season by winning the Women’s T20 League before narrowly missing out on the double with North West clinching the CSA Women’s Provincial 50-over League trophy by just one point.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the Standard Bank Proteas Men’s squad and the Momentum Proteas National Women’s squad players to be awarded national contracts for the 2020/21 season.
The Western Province Cricket Association has heeded the call by the President of South Africa to take swift, purposeful and collective action immediately relating to COVID-19.
Proteas Women’s batsman Laura Wolvaardt has been named in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Team of the Tournament.
A vacancy has arisen at Western Province for the position of switchboard operator / receptionist. The Receptionist will report to the Company Secretary of the Western Province Cricket Association.
SACS defeated Bishops in an exciting final and will represent WP in the Western Cape playoff of the competition which will be hosted at Outeniqua High, George on Sunday 01 March 2020.
Due to the pending retirement of its current CEO, the WPCA seeks to invite applicants for the post of Chief Executive Officer. The commencement date will ideally be April 2020 or as mutually agreed. The position will be on a fixed term contract of 3 years.