Since the inception of the KFC Mini-Cricket Festival, 2.5 million learners have participated in this program, one of the major nurseries for the production of future provincial players.
Creating diamonds who move through the pipeline to franchise status, is part of Paul Adams’ role as coach of the Western Province Academy and U19 teams.
The World Sports Betting (WSB) Western Province team lost wickets in clusters, struggled to read slower conditions expertly and to build substantial batting partnerships, which resulted in them being eliminated from the Africa T20 Cup campaign in Benoni.
WESTERN PROVINCE coach Salieg Nackerdien has emphasised the importance of hitting the ground running when they open the 2017 Africa T20 Cup against Namibia in Benoni on Friday.
The World Sports Betting Western Province team, spearheaded by sensational performances from the spinners Luke Philander and Emmanuel Sebareme, hit back splendidly in the second of two warm-up matches against the former Africa T20 Cup champions, Northerns, at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria on Wednesday 23rd August.
Refugees from the war-torn Rwanda in 1994, Vedasee and Esperance would have been proud to see their son, Emmanuel Sebareme, perform in the role of opening bowler for Word Sports Betting Western Province against Northerns on Wednesday.
Western Province received a timeous boost ahead of the Africa T20 Cup starting in Benoni on Friday 25th August when World Sports Betting extended their existing association with the Cape Cobras to include the sponsorship of Western Province for the continental T20 event.
An opening spot for Aviwe Mgijima in the Africa T20 Cup and two warm-up matches against Northerns at the High Performances Centre, form part of World Sports Betting Western Province’s build-up to the Africa T20 Cup in Benoni.
Can cricket, music, poetry, the training of the mind and the choice of a lifestyle of non-violence address the alarming evidence of teenage rapes, gangsterism and lawlessness on the Cape Flats?
The Western Province Cricket Association (WPCA) and the organization Plea for Peace Project and Musical (PfPPM) certainly believe they can make a tangible difference.
Poetry and cricket – with The Plea for Peace Project and Musical (PfPPM) and Western Province as two principal architects - have joined forces in gangster war-torn areas in an attempt to foster non-violent values and to encourage a peaceful life free of drugs in Manenberg and Khayelitsha.