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CSA announce new national pathway selection panels

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Cricket South Africa (CSA) are pleased to announce the latest National Pathway Selection Panels for the Momentum Proteas and the SA Under-19 Men and Women following an extensive nomination and interview process undertaken.

The following individuals were recommended by the interview panel in consideration with the Cricket and Pipeline Committee:

  • Proteas Women
    •  Clinton du Preez – Convenor (Western Province)
    • Sunette Loubser – Independent Selector (Boland)
  • SA U19 Women
    • Sunette Loubser – Convenor (Boland)
    • Sune van Zyl-Oosthuizen – Independent Selector (Boland)
    • Gift Xaba – Independent Selector (Easterns)
  • SA U19 Men
    • Patrick Moroney – Convenor (Gauteng)
    • Lewis Manthata – Independent Selector (Gauteng)
    • Loots Bosman – Independent Selector (Northern Cape)

Ahead of an exciting cycle that includes next year’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, the inaugural ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup and the 2024 ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup, the convenor of selectors will be joined by an independent selector, head coach and the head of High Performance to form the Proteas Women selection panel.

Meanwhile, U19 Men and Women’s panels will be made up of a convenor to act as a chairperson along with two independent selectors, head coach and the High Performance lead and/or Technical Director.

CSA Director of Cricket, Enoch Nkwe commented:

“Firstly, I would like to share my gratitude and appreciation towards all the applicants who raised their hands as well as the interview panel who thoroughly followed due process to help us shortlist and designate the latest National Pathway Selection Panel as South African cricket heads into a captivating dawn.

“The newly appointed panels have an imperative responsibility in helping steer the selection process that aims to identify talent while forming competitive and representative South African teams that will strive for top honours in international cricket.

“The eight members, including the respective convenors, bring forth an abundance of selection, administrative and practical experience from development cricket all the way to the international arena.

“On behalf of CSA and the Cricket and Pipeline Committee, I wish them the very best during their tenure and they have our unreserved support as they help plot the journey to success for our beloved national teams.

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