SA women’s squad named for Zim tour

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SA Emerging Women squad coach Dinesha Devnarain in action.
SA Emerging Women squad coach Dinesha Devnarain in action.

Cricket South Africa (CSA) yesterday announced a 16-player SA Emerging Women squad to tour Zimbabwe from May 18 to 26.

The squad is made up of South Africa’s best emerging players, backed up by a few of the Momentum Proteas players.

The side under the tutelage of coach Dinesha Devnarai will be looking for a much better showing following their tour to Bangladesh a month ago, according to CSA.

Proteas members Nondumiso Shangase, Nonkululeko Mlaba, as well as all-rounder Anneke Bosch, are among those named in the squad.

SA Emerging Women Squad

Andrie Steyn (Western Province), Tazmin Brits (North West), Robyn Searle (Northerns), Nondumiso Shangase (KZN Coastal), Anneke Bosch (North West), Sinalo Jafta (Western Province), Leah Jones (Western Province), Micaela Andrews (South West Districts), Masabata Klaas (North West), Nonkululeko Mlaba (KZN Coastal), Jane Winster (South West Districts), Nobulumko Baneti (Border), Annerie Dercksen (Free State),Tebogo Macheke (Limpopo), Delmari Tucker (Western Province), Jade de Figueredo (KZN Coastal)

Management: Dinesha Devnarain (Head Coach), Marcia Letsoalo (Manageress), Angelique Taai (Assistance Coach), Omphile Dikgetsi (Strength and Condition), Abram Ndhlovu (Video Analyst), Yosuf Patel (Doctor), Kris Devine (Physio).

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