24 Mar 2023 CSA U16 HUB CHALLENGE FIXTURES AND TEAMS ANNOUNCED
JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has announced the squads that will take part in the 2023 CSA Under-16 Hubs Challenge.
This year’ tournament will consist of two editions of eight-teams each, split in-between the Coastal and Inland teams from all 16 CSA affiliates.
The Coastal edition will be held from 25-29 March 2023 in George whilst the Inland competition will be held in Benoni between 01-05 April 2023.
The first two days of the competition will be in a 50-Over format, followed by three rounds of T20s. Cricket South Africa’s Mass Participation Manager, David Mokopanele, commented on the upcoming tournaments;
“The CSA Hubs Challenge always provides an exciting time in the pipeline as it plays a huge role in CSA’s development programmes.
“We are continuously looking for ways to improve these structures, which are integral to CSA’s goal of bringing cricket to the masses.
“Our systems provide a competitive platform from a young age, to ensure we not only nurture a healthy pipeline, but also produce all-round individuals who can play a role in building our society,” said Mokopanele.
COASTAL TEAMS FOR THE CSA U16 HUBS CHALLENGE:
BRIDGTON HUB (GARDEN ROUTE BADGERS) – Williams Lastio, Jullies Warren, Williams Daylen, Kiewiets Elisjah, Faas Isaac, Plaatjies Sherwin, Meyer Wilveno, Golaith Jaywin, Van Wyngaard Jerwill, Stoffels Genon, Coericius Keano, Plaatjies Ducayne, Van der Horst Sherwine.
PAARL RPC (BOLAND) – Truter Jaron, Abrahams Jayden, Heswick Limni-Lu, Paulse Hillio, Hoon Lee- Jade, Armenville Jayceon, van Wyk Chriscendo, Goedeman Dineo, Maggot Jay-Queden, Smal Marcus, La Douce Tylor, Klaasen Wesley, Howard Wylie.
HEALTOWN HUB (BORDER) – Simama Lilitha, Adonis Inganathi, Masinda Lithemba, Xhegwana Lisakhanya, Malawu Hlomla, Mdlalo Zukisani, Malawu Achulumanca, Ngodwana Endinako, Malika Owam, Linda, Ambesa, Bici Thulani, Tom Liyema, Nombiba Aphelele.
ROCKLANDS HUB (FREE STATE) – Manka Teboho, Manka Katlego, Thetha Mongezi, Shale Boikanyo, Motseki Lemohang, Malibu Samkelo, Gontji Sibulelo, Machogo Itumeleng, Tlake Thabang, Molale Onalenna, Mnyameni Luthando, Direko Junior, Tjemolane Katleho.
GELVANDALE HUB (EASTERN PROVINCE) – Moothoo Ethan, Luke Hactor, Randy Syce, Joshua Smith, Jaydon Mabie, Pietersen Daveric, Malieba Tylo, Kivedo David, De Maar Perez, October Luwaan, Damons Jordan, Krammer Conner, Pienaar Keaton.
KHAYA MAJOLA HUB (KEI) – Madikazi Asemahle, Madikazi Asithandile, Joko Amila, Mfisi Liso Nongalo Sinawo, Magagamela Aphiwe, Siganga Awonde, Mntengwana Iviwe, Mnqabashe Melusi, Lizalise Redebe, Sele Snakekele, Indiphile Jezile, Didi Bulumko.
KURUMAN HUB (NORTHERN CAPE) – Gabannelwe Tlhalefo, Matlhoko Ikanyeng, Diphaye Botshelo, Shupu Tumisho, Phohu Tshidiso, Leberegane Thapelo, Mosiane Leungo, Chere Katso, Seikaneng Rekaone, Motlhabane Ntebogang, Ntau Tiro, Botsime Relesego, Matlhoko Lefika.
KHAYELITSHA HUB (WESTERN PROVINCE) – Ntsondwa Angalakha, Ntamo Ayanda, Mangali Akhanyile, Gxidolo Endinako, Bula Inam, Klaas Iyondikhapha, Pitoli Lona, Slamsi Mila, Mbanya Oyena, Makeleni Sive, Matolengwe Siphesihle, Magoloza Unathi, Kopana Yanga.
Issued by: Cricket South Africa – Corporate Communications
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