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CSA unveils the 2022/23 domestic women’s squads

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Cricket South Africa (CSA), together with the 16 provincial teams, have announced the domestic women’s squads for the 2022/23 season.

Like their male counterparts, the CSA Women’s set-up consists of two divisions. There are top six teams in Division One, whilst Division Two is divided into two pools of five-team each.

The North West Dragons’ Women and the Six Gun Grill Western Province Women are the reigning champions in the CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day tournament and CSA Women’s Provincial T20, respectively.

In the previous season, Eastern Storm Women concluded the season at the bottom of the log in Division One and faced automatic relegation.

The Six Gun Grill Garden Route Badgers Women then gained promotion to Women’s Division One after winning the play-offs against Free State Women in April. The two teams topped their pools in Division Two and went head-to-head for the top spot.

Division One teams include five (5) semi-professional player contracts that are offered to their top cricketers.

The top performers from the upcoming season will be aiming for a call-up to the various national training camps later this year, with hopes of representing the Momentum Proteas in next year’s hugely anticipated ICC Women’s T20 World Cup that will be hosted in South Africa.

It’s also an immense year coming up for the younger crop of players on the domestic scene as they look to impress SA U19 and National Academy head coach, Dinesha Devnarain, ahead of the inaugural ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup that will also take place on home soil in January 2023.

Commenting of the season’s prospects, CSA Head of Cricket Pathways, Edward Khoza, said; “The 2022/23 season is a very exciting year for women’s cricket in the country.

“The first two months into 2023 will see our U19 Girls and Momentum Proteas battle it out for top honors as we get to host the inaugural ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup and the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in the country.

“CSA has been making huge strides with the development of women in our bid to professionalize the game. Through national and semi-professional contracts, the CSA national weeks and Talent Acceleration program, and various systems in our pipeline, we look to ensure that we develop the best talent our country has to offer.

Khoza also congratulated the Badgers Women’s team for gaining promotion into Women’s Division One.

“This is another milestone achieved in the history of women’s cricket in the country. This incredible outfit has been knocking on the door for the top spot for a couple of seasons now. It is great to see their tenacity paying off and we wish them all the best in the Women’s Division One,” Khoza concluded.

FULL SQUADS:

CSA PROVINCIAL WOMEN’S DIVISION 1: (TOP 6)

North West Dragons Women: Nthabiseng Nini, Elandri Janse van Rensburg, Anica Swart, Wilmi Mostert, Anneme Janse van Rensburg, Neo Mabaso, Humaira Ebrahim, Sonique Bronkhorst, Katlego Setlhodi, Tshegofatso Monyela.

Semi-Pro Contracts: Izel Cilliers, Alyssa Erxleben, Evodia Yekile, Lizri de Villiers, Zintle Mali.
National Contracts: Masabata Klaas, Anneke Bosch (CSA High-Performance).

Six Gun Grill Western Province Women: Sinelethu Yaso, Kayla Reyneke, Stacey Lackay, Robyn Appels, Yandiswa Mangele, Kelsey Adams, Anri Grobbelaar, Christine Tomlinson, Michelle Mutongawafa, Yasmeen Khan, Babette de Leede.

Semi-Pro Contracts: Saarah Smith, Leah Jones, Nosipho Vesi, Delmi Tucker, Tatum le Roux.
National Contracts: Laura Wolvaardt, Lara Goodall, Sinalo Jafta.
CSA HP Contracts: Nadine de Klerk, Andrie Steyn, Faye Tunnicliffe.

Fidelity Titans Women: Ricea Coetzer, Mignon du Preez, Monalisa LisaLegodi, Kay-leigh Tapp, Josephine Maswangane, Kgalalelo Matsepe, Lebogang Rachel Nkadimeng, Lesedi Jane Madisha, Amogelang Maphangula, Katherine Prior, Khanyisile Faith Skhosana, Sunette Viljoen, Khushi Mistry, Jenna Searle.

Semi-Pro Contracts: Robyn Searle, Nicolien Janse Van Rensburg, Eliz-Mari Marx, Paulinah Mashishi, Jafta Gandhi.

National Contracts: Suné Luus.
CSA HP Contract: Tebogo Macheke

Hollywoodbets Dolphins Ladies: Hlubi Ayanda, Ngubane Sisanda , Naidu Seshnie, Pather Chandré, Madlala Sabathile, Busane Nobuhle, Shoba Nonjabulo, Nzuza Luyanda, Candler Alex, Mngoma Nonhlanhla.

Semi-Pro Contracts: Nicole de Klerk, Courtney Gounden, Jade de Figuerido, Kiara Fisher, Asamkele Kawu.

National Contracts: Chetty Trisha, Ismail Shabnim, Tryon Chloé, Mlaba Nonkululeko.
CSA HP Contracts: Shangase Nondumiso, Baneti Nobulumko,

DP World Lions Women: Jenna Evans, Karabo Meso, Kirstie Thomson, Diara Ramlakan, Oluhle Siyo, Yolani Fourie, Refilwe Moncho, Thristan Cronje, Jameelah Shaikjee, Samantha Schutte,

Semi-Pro Contracts: Sarah Nettleton, Palesa Mapoo, Lehlohonolo Sardick, Nonkululeko Thabethe, Kgomotso Rapoo.

National Contracts: Ayabonga Khaka, Tumi Sekhukhune, Raisibe Ntozakhe (CSA HP Contract).

Six Gun Grill Garden Route Badgers Women: Albertyn Desoné, Bonya Vuyolwethu, Breedt Mariana, Figeland Bianca Trevina, May Mochelle Meagan, Rabie Marnazelle, Rhodes Haroline Mauqeline, Saayman Julandi.

Semi-Pro Contracts: Amber Botha, Annerie Dercksen, Khayakazi Mathe, Mieke de Ridder, Sibongiseni Ndunana.

National Contract: Brits Tazmin.
CSA HP Contracts: Andrews Micaéla, Winster Jané.

CSA POVINCIAL WOMEN’S DIVISION 2

POOL A

Eastern Storm Women: Kayleigh Craig, Verunissa Reddy, Lerato Langa, Megan Meyer, Madison Landsman, Joline Smit, Alicia Smith-Harding, Simone Botha, Mpumelelo Mashiloane, Alysia Rudolph, Ashlee v Wyk, Payton Coppin, Tenique Williams, Thelma Makhubela, Leandre Bentley, Miceala Edwards, Tsholofelo Marema, Gabisile Nkosi, Karabo Magagula, Thando Zulu.

Eastern Province Women: Koloi Siyamthanda, Pienaar Lanette, Arnolds Chene, Glass Lee Ann, Dunga Aluncedo, Ferreira Monique, Adonis Aphilile, Nell Jana, Upman Simone, Ahmed Suhaa, Fourie Megan, Ngxande Namhla, January Tarran, Erasmus Marlise, Carstens Corli, Erasmus Jade, Gogwana
Sinenjabulo, Nazo Siphokazi.

National Contracts: van Niekerk Dane, Kapp Marizanne,

Boland Women: Tabitha La Grange (C), Zizipho Mdebuka (VC) (WK), Gizelle Abrahams, Juanita Janse Van Rensburg, Zama Senti, Julia Hoal, Asemahle Nsthanga, Michaela Hanekom, Arisha Van Niekerk, Gemeez Adams, Shonica Wildschut, Anja La Grange, Doni Lin, Christen Hanekom, Cari Steenkamp, Maudeen Dampies, Chantelle Van Schoor, Danelie Boshoff.

Border Ladies: Nyovane Asakhe, Fraser Emma, Siswana Sisipho, Fritz Genevieve, Mhletywa Siyamanga, Copiso Sivokuhle, Mabombo Siyahluma, Fawuli Siyolise, Hela Likuye, Pinini Kwanga, Kwandla Kamvelihle, Jubati Liyema, Hartzenberg Giane, Mjuza Sesona , Roberts Jenna

Kei Women: Nguma Sethu, Mpahleni Nozipho, Jani Asapila, Zamani Zimasa, Nkohla Nomaphelo, Zangqa Yamkela, Nxunte Lolona, Gila Sinoyolo, Mqibi Luyanda, Njani Anele, Magege Asisipho, Rhutsha Yonga, Kalpens Cassndra, Magege Asisipho, Ngonono Aviwe, Langa Mihlali, Siswana Lilitha,
Nongqayi Zenande, Silo Sive, Silo Siviwe.

POOL B

Free State Women: Potgieter Yolandi, Jansen v Rensburg Gezelle, Kula Zintle, Kheni Sindiswa, Smit Miane, Hoffman Delmari, Nel Rene, John Nonzwakazi, Masukela Tlaleng, Vos Christelize, Nthabiseng April, Ntsane Mampe, van Wyk Christen, Gate Erica, Mokoena Bonolo, Nkoga Katlego, Majane
Monica.

Limpopo Women: Koketso Manyaga, Itumeleng Manyaga, Bless Khoza, Dimakatso Tsotetsi, Helen Rasebotsa, Hope Mpashi, Karabo Monyela, Carli Botha, Nkateko Shiburi, Masingita Khosa, Charmaine Gazide, Salphina Motlousti, Sophie Motlousti, Warona Mkwanazi, Prosperity Dlamini, Zethu Thwala, Respect Mabasa, Megan-Lee Mans, Thembi Mokgohloa.

Kwazulu-Natal Inland Women: Barber Sarah, Ndebele Sthasiselo, Ngcobo Gugu, Dubazana Zandi, Mthalane Phumla, Shabane Nomzamo, Thabethe Thobeka, Ngcobo Amanda, Wessells Megan, Mwelase Amahle, Blose Sthembile, Candler Jessica, Mkhize Mbali, Magubane Zamalotshwa, Ngidi Amahle.

Northern Cape Women: Mphetsheni Katlego, Alben Lahwien, Vaarland Smirvodia, Van Heerden Lauren, Velskoen Claudia, Florence Sumayya, Mokgantsang Malebo, Arthur Maxine, Van Vuuren Michaela, Khintsi Sinazo, Benade Susan, Van Wyk Zarelle, Koekoe Rethabile, Greef Bernadette, Makatong Nombuso, Moraki Kele, Swartz Lucian, Alexander Maxine, Ntsayagae Mathapelo.

Mpumalanga Women: Dorothy Mathekga, Alicia Giles, Kivashka Naidoo, Thandeka Sithole, Thandi Shoko, Carmen Nagel, Nina Creydt, Chane Pienaar, Lebo Choeu, Samantha Schultz, Hayley Havenga, Jacolien du Preez, Sveva Moore, Sune Pawson, Chris-Mari Bezuidenhout, Angel Mgwenya, Michelle
Schoeman, Cynthia Naidoo, Ntokozo Mzizi, Nolthando Letswele, Nombulelo Ngwenya, Neliswa Dlamini, Angelic Klingenberg, Nhlanhla Shabangu.

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