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.
Western Province cricket at grassroots level has received a shot in the arm as Sunfoil has come on board, in a three-year deal, as sponsors of Development Cricket in the region.
After a thrilling display with bat and ball, Durbanville Cricket Club came through the Western Cape Cricket playoffs to earn the right to represent the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras at the CSA Franchise Club Championships in Pretoria this weekend
Sisonke Sobekwa scored the only century of the competition to help Western Province pip South Western Districts as the top team at the Standard Bank Regional Performance Centre (RPC) Under-16 Week on the fourth and final day in Potchefstroom on Friday.
Tumi Sekhukhune and Lizelle Lee once again led from the front to help North West clinch the 2019 Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s National Week title with a seven-wicket victory over Western Province (WP) in Bloemfontein on Friday. Incredibly, the Potchefstroom based side have not lost a single match across all formats in the 2018/19 season. They also recently clinched the CSA Women’s Provincial T20 competition.