The Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) on Monday mourned the passing of Harold Arenz, former recipient of the Presidents’ Award of the Association and former president and life president of St. Augustine Cricket Club.
Cape Town-based Rondebosch Boys High and St Alban’s College from Pretoria have qualified to represent the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras and the Multiply Titans at the Coca-Cola Schools T20 Challenge National Finals in March.
A rejuvenated Junaid Dawood will arguably be Western Province’s greatest weapon when they clash with a Western Province Club X1 at the Vineyard Oval on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th February.
Youth cricket in the Western Province has received a timely boost as head masters and cricket coaches of local schools have proposed an initiative to host youth cricket friendly matches on a limited scale.
The Musketeer spirit – all for one and one for all – a renewed vigour with the bat and the emergence of a match-winning bowler like Junaid Dawood contributed richly to Western Province’s fourth consecutive win in the Sunfoil Three-Day Cup.
Inspiring individuals to visualise and toil towards a medium-term goal, and equipping parents through guidance and counselling to mentor their children in Manenberg and other areas on the Cape Flats impacted by gang wars and drug use, were at the centre of the most recent meeting of Non-Violence Vocal (NVV)
The suspension of all club and school fixtures for the remainder of the 2017/2018 season was re-affirmed on Thursday at a members council and relevant stakeholders meeting of Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA).
The Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) today joined the national cricket body in mourning the passing on Monday of a former South African captain and former Western Province star, Clive van Ryneveld, one of South Africa’s finest all-round sportsmen and a fierce fighter for a just society for all South Africans.