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Sunday, 07 July 2013 02:00

Cricket: The SA U19 World Cup Squad

CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) launched its campaign this week to win next year’s edition of the ICC under-19 World Cup to be held in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. 

 

A four-day training camp is currently under way at the CSA High Performance Centre at the University of Pretoria Sports Complex for a select squad of 30 players. It started on Thursday and will run until Sunday morning. 

The camp is being directed by the head coach of the under-19 team, Ray Jennings, and covers all aspects of the preparation for a major tournament. 

“We are in the happy position that eight of the players, including Player of the Series Clyde Fortuin, took part in last season’s 5-0 series win over their England counterparts, so there is already a healthy amount of international experience in the group,” commented CSA Manager: Youth Cricket, Niels Momberg. 

“We have twice finished runners-up in the under-19 World Cup in 2002 and 2008 and the time has now arrived to bring the trophy home.” 

At the conclusion of the camp the South Africa under-19 team will be announced to play a triangular tournament against India and Zimbabwe in India in September. 

 

Clyde Fortuin

Western Province

Hayes van der Berg

Western Province

Jason Smith

Western Province

Zubayr Hamza

Western Province

Dayyaan Galiem

Western Province

Justin Dill

Boland

Nhlakanipo Madwe

KZN Coastal

Andile Phehlukwayo

KZN Coastal

Sibonelo Makhanya

KZN Coastal

Greg Oldfield

KZN Inland

Sohail Mamoud

KZN Inland

Lungisani Ngidi

KZN Inland

Sine Ntshona

Free State

Hanko Olivier

Free State

GM Bruwer

Griquas

Patrick Kruger

Griquas

Bradley Dial

Gauteng

Kagiso Rabada

Gauteng

Ryan Rickleton

Gauteng

Keith Dudgeon

Gauteng

Yaseen Valli

Gauteng

Leus du Plooy

Northerns

Corbin Bosch

Northerns

Aiden Markram

Northerns

Tiaan Koekemoer

Northerns

Lloyd Brown

Eastern Province

Brydon Carse

Eastern Province

Ngazibini Sigwili

Border

Onke Nyako

Border

JJ Heunis

SWD