28 Mar CSA HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE SET FOR THE 2022 HUBS NATIONAL TOURNAMENT
PRETORIA: The Cricket South Africa (CSA) 2022 Hubs National Tournament gets underway this week from 29 March to 01 April 2022 at the Centre of Excellence (High-Performance Centre), in Hatfield.
The 2022 CSA Hubs tournament will consist of 50-over games with the following participating teams:
Dobsonville Hub, Tygerberg Hub, Gelvandale Hub, Reservoir Hub, Kuruman Hub, and Atteridgeville Hub.
CSA Hubs offer programmes that afford youngsters an opportunity to gain experience in the game of cricket. And this tournament seeks to identify young talent and implement Player-Performance-Plans (PPPs), for the high performing players.
The tournament will also track the progress of each individual hub in terms of performance and talent identification.
Cricket South Africa’s Mass Participation Manager and Tournament Director, David Mokopanele said; “We are thrilled to be able to host this tournament back after a long interval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Our Hubs play a key role in the development of our pipeline, providing the link between our school and high-performance structures.”
“This tournament affords our players the opportunity to play at a national level and we want to provide our players with platforms that will encourage them to stay in the system,” said Mokopanele.
All matches will be available on WebSports.
CSA HUBS NATIONAL TOURNAMENT 2022 SQUADS
Gelvandale Hub (Eastern Province): Khan Humza, Damons Jaydin, Jooste Lazlo, Boyce Dayalan, Smith Joshua, Moothoo Ethan, Petersen Daveric, Malieba Tylo, Muller Ameer, Safeley Wade, Mabie Jaydon, Krammer Connor, Cona Jaydwn.
Management: Bell Warren (Head Coach), Du Plessis Clint (Asst. Coach), Blaauw Mark (Asst. Coach).
Reservoir Hills Hub (KZN Cricket): Muganlall Shivaar Luckan, Jhungbathur Rehaan, Chunder Mithel, Naraidu Dhilan, Maharaj Akhil, Yegambaram Bhavesh, Patel Mohammed, Sogan Suhael, Singh Jehiel, Mazibuko Njabulo Troy, Gudazi Alphelele, Lulamile Ngcobo, Nzama Thandolwami.
Management: Sathiaseelan Leonardo (Head Coach), Vezi Junior (Asst. Coach), Naidu Divashan (Asst. Coach).
Atteridgeville Hub (Northerns Cricket): Laka Tshepang, Mabena Lesedi, Mabuza Lungile, Kunene Lethabo, Mbinga Tinashe, Mahlangu Mohau, Mokheseng Tshepiso, Thubane Kutlwano, Makhubela Boikanyo, Molefe Kamogelo, Ramotsepe Thabang, Dimpe Sello, Phefo Oratile.
Management: Mokoenanyana Teboho (Head Coach), Rakholela Thabang (Asst. Coach), Captain Shylock (Asst. Coach).
Kuruman Hub (Northern Cape Cricket): Jubeni Oratile, Gabannelwe Tlhalefo, Matlhoko Ikanyeng, Motsepa Obakeng, Diphaye Botshelo, Shupu Tumisho, Madikiza Tiisetso, Makatong Phumzile, Tsipagaebonwe Tiisetso, Phohu Tshidiso, Kgoro Ontisitse, Leberegane Thapelo, Mosweunyane Reaoleboga.
Management: Maemela Thapelo (Head Coach), Chipepa Katlego (Asst. Coach), Sechogela Thuto (Asst. Coach).
Tygerberg Hub (Western Province): Florence Matthew, Julies Mondre, Moses Luke, Little Cameron, Mathews Jadewin, Martin Zain, Andrews Jonothan, Erasmus Aiden, Moses Ethan, Jacobs Nathan, Oransie Aiden, Barends Aarin, Scoble Matthew.
Management: Gilbert Brindley (Head Coach), Louw Curtley (Asst. Coach), Cyster Reeve (Asst. Coach).
Dobsonville Hub (Lions Cricket): Magatya Bulumko, Leboce Sibusiso, Hlongwane Mpho, Seroke Omphemetse, Khumalo Sandiswa, Mthembu Thabiso, Ntlele Kamogelo, Mohatle Lethabo, Mohajane Mohajane, Mogoshane Amogelang, Mchunu Mfundo, Nzala Mpho, Professor Mkhwanazi.
Management: Mpongose Madoda (Head Coach), Minenhle Magubane (Asst. Coach), Ntshinga Harmony (Asst. Coach).
Issued by: Cricket South Africa – Corporate Communications
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