CSA And SASA II Tri-Nation Series Set To Kick-Off In Tshwane

CSA And SASA II Tri-Nation Series Set To Kick-Off In Tshwane

TSHWANE: Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Sports Association for the Intellectually Impaired (SASA-II) will host the much-anticipated international Tri-Nation Series for persons with intellectual disabilities.

The SA team was capped on Wednesday evening, with tournament set to kick-off on Sunday, 12 November 2023 when South Africa takes on Australia at Groenkloof Oval in Pretoria.

SASA II Tri-Nations Squad:

Phapama Mtana (captain, Eastern Cape), Ellridge George (Eastern Cape), Winston Johnson (Eastern Cape), Phelelani Mbambo (Kwazulu Natal), Themba Mzila (Kwazulu Natal), Mzwandile Mhlangu (Titans Cricket), Keketso Chabedi (Titans Cricket), Mpho Seloane (North West), Mandla Nculo (North West), Jan Makololo (Limpopo), Gently Motalane (Limpopo), Carlos Peukeur (Western Cape), Anthony Fredericks (Western Cape), Tenzil September (Western Cape), Bradley Mannewil (Western Cape), Turion Philander (Western Cape), Gopolang Lamola (North West), Kyle Adams (Western Cape).

Management Team

Mark Arthur (Head Coach), Wendyll Wilson (Assistant Coach – Batting), Trevino Pillay (Assistant Coach–Bowling), Thabo Eliah Sebekedi (Assistant Coach – Fielding), Kumaren Moodley (Team Manager), Andile Kula (Assistant Team Manager), Felix Mavundla (Kit Manager), Gerald McClinton Mabetlela (Physio), Katlego Malema (Umpire).

SASA II Tri-Nations Schedule:


Playing Times

Match Days – Morning
1 st Session          10h00 – 11h25
Interval               11h25 – 11h45
2 nd Session         11h45 – 13h10

Match Days – Afternoon
1 st Session          14h00 – 15h25
Interval               15h25 – 15h45
2 nd Session         15h45 – 17h10

For Media Enquiries, please contact Alungile Nyakambi on alungilen@cricket.co.za or 084 204 3689.


Issued by: Cricket South Africa – Corporate Communications

Cricket South Africa (CSA), an affiliate of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) and a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), is the national governing body for the sport of cricket in South Africa and administers all aspects of South African cricket, men, and women, both in the professional and amateur sphere.