CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) today announced the Franchise fixtures for all three domestic competitions for the 2018/19 season as well as the senior provincial fixtures for both men and women and the various scheduled tournaments at senior and age group level.
Seven warm-up matches and the simulation of match situations in the nets are two of Paul Adams’ ploys to ensure that the Western Province senior team hit the ground running in the fourth edition of the Africa T20 Cup tournament from 14 September.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced three new caps to the Momentum Proteas squad that will tour the West Indies from 10 September to 06 October 2018.
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) today announced a new initiative to retain its identified talent from its youth structures for a period until they are taken up within the Senior Provincial or Franchise structures.
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) launched the fourth edition of the Africa T20 Cup which will feature an additional four teams, namely international teams Nigeria and Ghana alongside Mpumalanga and Limpopo, taking part in the 2018/19 season curtain-raiser.
The Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) boasted an overall 4 % improvement on last year’s result and concluded the season as one of the top-franchises with respect to the overall CSA Incentive Scorecard, said Beresford Williams, president of the WPCA, at the annual general meeting on Wednesday.
The silent assassin of the South African U19 cricket team possesses more chances than most to represent the Proteas one day after receiving the award as player of the Youth One Day International series against England, said Siya Sibiya, Western Province’s U15 and U17 coach.
CAPE TOWN – Saait Magiet was a world-class cricketer in any era who would have been (if not denied by apartheid) a double Springbok – in cricket and rugby. These were some of the praises for Magiet during a tribute event hosted by the Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) in the President’s suite of PPC Newlands on Tuesday evening.