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    The Coke Week dinner has started at 7PM where the SA schools and colts sides are announced. WP beat Gauteng comfortably in the final today chasing down 218 with 8 overs to spare.Cubs week squads by franchise (6 teams) are also announced tonight where the SA u19 squad will be picked from for the England u19 tour to SAF.

    LEADING RUN SCORERS & WICKET-TAKERS (obviously order is not the be all as selectors will also make their cricketing judgement.)

    BATSMEN

    1.) Tian Koekemoer (18) 312 runs @ 52.00 @ SR 81.25 - LIMPOPO captain - Hans Merensky
    2.) Robert Anderson (18) 286 runs @ 71.50 @ SR 64.26 - KZN INLAND captain - Michaelhouse
    3.) Greg Oldfield (17) 278 runs @ 46.33 @ SR 92.35 - KZN INLAND - Michaelhouse
    4.) Gideon Bruwer (17) 245 runs @ 49.00 @ SR 72.70 - GRIQUAS - Noordkaap
    5.) Juan Heunis (16) 231 runs @ 38.50 @ SR 81.62 - SWD - Langenhoven Gym
    6.) Rupert Viljoen (18) 226 runs @ 37.66 @ SR 63.12 - NORTH WEST - Potch Gym
    7.) Jurie Snyman (17) 219 runs @ 36.50 @ SR 77.65 - EASTERNS - Hoerskool Jeugland
    8.) Vasili Orros (18) 219 runs @ 36.50 @ SR 94.80 - FREE STATE - Grey Bloem
    9.) Wesley Coulentianos (18) 214 runs @ 35.66 @ SR 64.07 - GAUTENG - St Johns College
    10) David Bedingham (18) 206 runs @ 34.33 @ SR 93.21 - WESTERN PROVINCE captain - Wynberg Boys
    11.) Shaylen Pillay (18) 204 runs @ 40.80 @ SR 84.64 - GAUTENG captain - KES
    12.) Johann Smit (18) 204 runs @ 40.80 @ SR 68.00 - NORTHERNS keeper - Hoerskool Centurion
    13.) Hayes Van der Berg (18) 201 runs @ 33.50 @ SR 84.45 - WESTERN PROVINCE - Rondebosch Boys
    14.) Wesley Marshall (18) 199 runs @ 33.16 @ SR 108.74 - EASTERNS - St Dunstans College
    15.) Lloyd Brown (17) 194 runs @ 27.71 @ SR 59.50 - EASTERN PROVINCE captain - Grey PE
    16.) Jason Smith (18) 177 runs @ 29.50 @ SR 80.82 - WESTERN PROVINCE - Wynberg Boys
    17.) Hanno Kotze (18) 172 runs @ 34.40 @ SR 139.83 - BOLAND - Paarl Boys
    18.) Dudu Zondo (18) 172 runs @ 28.66 @ SR 70.78 - KZN COASTAL - Westville Boys
    19.) Bradley Dial (17) 170 runs @ 34.00 @ SR 147.82 - GAUTENG -St Johns College
    20.) Kirwin Christoffels (18) 167 runs @ 33.40 @ SR 75.90 - BORDER captain - Queens College
    21.) Andrew Rushmere (17) 165 runs @ 27.50 @ SR 62.50 - EASTERN PROVINCE - St Andrews College
    22.) Senuran Muthusamy (18) 161 runs @ 32.20 @ SR 76.66 - KZN COASTAL captain - Clifton College
    23.) Clyde Fortuin (17) 157 runs @ 26.16 @ SR 99.36 - WESTERN PROVINCE keeper - St Josephs

    Disappointing week for last years SA Schools player of the tournament and SA u19 batsman Diego Rosier (Griquas & Noordkaap). Scored 70 odd for SA schools last year as well. Yaseen Valli (Gauteng & KES) & Leus Du Plooy (Northerns & Affies) also under-performed but will come back next year to make up for it as they are 17. Star 16 year old batsman in the country would be Sibonelo Makhanya (KZN Coastal& DHS) and he also didn't score runs this week but would have gained from the experience. Star u15 batsman is Murray Commins of Rondebosch and along with fellow Rondebosch Boy and 15 year-old all -rounder Dayyaan Galiem ( who performed well with the ball at the Coke Week) should do well next year.


    SEAMERS (SA Schools and SA u19 bowler Jan Frylinck (Boland) missed out on Coke Week with calf injury. Craig Kirsten made SA Schools last year)

    1.) Daryn Dupavillon (18) 17 wickets @ 6.52 - 2.65 RPO - KZN INLAND - Maritzburg College
    2.) Oliver Nel (18) 15 wickets @ 10.93 - 3.51 RPO - BOLAND - Somerset College
    3.) Arno Moolman (18) 14 wickets @ 8.00 - 3.61 RPO - SWD - Oakdale Agr - First change bowler
    4.) Josh Pieters (19) 14 wickets @ 10.71 - 3.10 RPO - SWD - Oakhill
    5.) Justin Dill (18) 13 wickets @ 10.84 - 3.31 RPO - BOLAND captain - Paul Roos
    6.) Ngazibini Sigwili (17) 13 wickets @ 14.23 - 3.66 RPO - BORDER - Hudson Park
    7.) Divan Posthumus (18) 12 wickets @ 15.08 - 3.77 RPO - EASTERNS -Jeugland
    8.) Craig Kirsten (18) 10 wickets @ 15.00 - 3.48 RPO - KZN COASTAL - Kearsney College
    9.) Corbin Bosch (18) 10 wickets @ 18.50 - 4.14 RPO - NORTHERNS -Pretoria Boys
    10.) Shaylen Pillay (18) 8 wickets @ 17.75 - 3.15 RPO - GAUTENG -KES - first change

    17 year-old seamers who did ok were Curtley Louw (Boland & Paarl Gym), Aiden Brooker (Griquas & Noordkaap), Kagiso Rabada (Gauteng & St Stithians) and will come back next year.
    16 year-old seamers who are at the Coke Week were Andile Phehlukwayo (KZN Coastal & Glenwood) & Nico Loubser (FS & Grey Bloem)
    15 year-old all-rounder, Dayyaan Galiem (WP & Rondebosch) had a decent Coke week with the ball


    SPINNERS

    1.) Sohail Mahmoud (16) 14 wickets @ 15.07 - 4.11 RPO - KZN INLAND - Maritzburg College - Leg spin
    2.) Shaakir Abrahams (18) 10 wickets @ 23.70 - 4.85 RPO - EASTERN PROVINCE - Grey PE slow left-arm
    3.) Kyle Simmonds (18) 9 wickets @ 21.44 - 3.21 RPO - KZN COASTAL - Westville Boys - slow left arm

    15 year old leg-spinner of WP and Wynberg, Dyllan Matthews, will be hoping of playing in next years Coke week.
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    SA Schools XI

    Wesley Coulentianos (18) GAUENG - St Johns
    Diego Rosier (18) GRIQUAS - Noordkaap - Captain
    Shaylen Pillay (18) GAUTENG - KES
    Greg Oldfield (17) KZN INLAND - Michaelhouse
    Jason Smith (18) WESTERN PROVINCE - Wynberg
    Vasili Orros (18) - FREE STATE - Grey Bloem
    Clyde Fortuin (17) - WESTERN PROVINCE - St Josephs - keeper
    Shaakir Abrahams (18) Eastern Province - Grey PE - spinner
    Craig Kirsten (18) KZN COASTAL - Kearsney
    Daryn Dupavillon (18) KZN INLAND - Maritzburg College
    Ngazibini Sigwili (17) BORDER - Hudson Park

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    Anyone know anything about Ayabulela Gqamane?

    Started well in franchise cricket. But quality doesn't seem overly high as Justin Kemp is still taking wickets and van der Wath just hit 150.

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    van der Wath was a seriously unlucky cricketer IMO. Bowls slow pies these days but was a serious cricketer in his day; still think he could've made a real decent go of Tests.
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    Yeah he was very good. Just too many better all-rounders playing when he was in pomp.
    Similarly Andrew Hall was maligned when he was around but he is a cricketer South Africa would love to call upon now. Hall use to be a direct replacement for Kallis in tests, now if Kallis is out two guys need to come in for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Anyone know anything about Ayabulela Gqamane?

    Started well in franchise cricket. But quality doesn't seem overly high as Justin Kemp is still taking wickets and van der Wath just hit 150.
    We've spoken about Gqamane in the thread already. An all-rounder who bowls a steady 134-137 and has a sharpish bouncer. Those were Davy Jacobs words on live updates on Super Sport Blitz & I agree with that on what I saw in the One-Day Cup.

    The pitch moved around at Newlands & Kemp is playing more as a seamer these days and a senior figure. Newlands is difficult with a bit of nibble as we saw with Philander and Watson in a test match.

    Quite shocked about Rambo's hundred but looking at the scorecard it seems a new ball wicket for the first couple of days. As we saw 19 year-old debutatant Savage score 50 in at 9 and get a big partnership with number 8 Kyle Abbott.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    SA Schools XI

    Wesley Coulentianos (18) GAUENG - St Johns
    Diego Rosier (18) GRIQUAS - Noordkaap - Captain
    Shaylen Pillay (18) GAUTENG - KES
    Greg Oldfield (17) KZN INLAND - Michaelhouse
    Jason Smith (18) WESTERN PROVINCE - Wynberg
    Vasili Orros (18) - FREE STATE - Grey Bloem
    Clyde Fortuin (17) - WESTERN PROVINCE - St Josephs - keeper
    Shaakir Abrahams (18) Eastern Province - Grey PE - spinner
    Craig Kirsten (18) KZN COASTAL - Kearsney
    Daryn Dupavillon (18) KZN INLAND - Maritzburg College
    Ngazibini Sigwili (17) BORDER - Hudson Park
    The standouts would be Pillay & Rosier who were part of the last u19 WC. But the 3 new names to watch out for would be Oldfield, Dupavillon & Kirsten. All 3 are Natal boys and if you think Bowes, Subrayen & Savage are in the Dolphins set-up from the last SA u19 group it looks like Durban & PMB are starting to produce cricketers of quality again.

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    Dupavilion was stolen from east london though (hudson?) Iirc? Not a real kzner then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrPrez View Post
    Dupavilion was stolen from east london though (hudson?) Iirc? Not a real kzner then...
    Nope, right out of Zululand like Lance Klusener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    We've spoken about Gqamane in the thread already. An all-rounder who bowls a steady 134-137 and has a sharpish bouncer. Those were Davy Jacobs words on live updates on Super Sport Blitz & I agree with that on what I saw in the One-Day Cup.
    I'm surprised he's that dominant at that speed. From videos he's also pretty short. What makes him so hard to play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by popepouri View Post
    I'm surprised he's that dominant at that speed. From videos he's also pretty short. What makes him so hard to play?
    looking at the score card, i can only guess that he bowls straight. you miss i hit. and if the ball does anything slightly he is in business. and yeah i did notice he is short. but his performances are really eye popping now.

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    I see Subrayen got busted for a dodgy action. I know there were some dissenting voices from the English guys after the u19 WC about this guys actiion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegyptian View Post
    I see Subrayen got busted for a dodgy action. I know there were some dissenting voices from the English guys after the u19 WC about this guys actiion.
    If Subrayen throws the ball, then many other spinners have. But I commend the path CSA have taken and Subrayen with the other talented quick man Nqweni will be back in no time. The positive is that they are both only 19.

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    Here is what CSA released -

    CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) has decided to place two young bowlers, Prenelan Subrayen of KwaZulu-Natal and Solomzi Nqweni of Eastern Province, under rehabilitation. They will consequently not be permitted to bowl in first-class cricket for this period as their actions have been deemed to be illegal following two independent tests.



    These tests were carried out by the Australian Institute of Sport and the Sports Science Institute of South Africa at the request of the International Cricket Council (ICC) after their actions came under scrutiny at the ICC under-19 World Cup in Australia in August.



    “There is a standard protocol we have for dealing with matters of this nature,” commented Corrie van Zyl, CSA General Manager: Cricket. “In the case of Prenelan the situation has been complicated by the fact that he suffered a bad dislocation of his bowling shoulder several years ago and this has contributed to the current problem. He thus needs to undergo both shoulder rehabilitation as well as rehabilitation of his bowling action.



    “The two provinces will take charge of the rehab process of their players. CSA will make all its facilities available to assist the process, including the High Performance Centre and its personnel. There will also be input available from the Sports Science Institute of South Africa.



    “We have every confidence that the rehab process will be successful and that these two talented young cricketers will be able to continue their promising careers in the near future,” concluded Van Zyl.



    KZNCU CEO Jesse Chellan commented: “We fully support the procedure that CSA is carrying out. During this time Prenelan will continue to be involved in cricket as a batsman and will play in this capacity at the franchise Cubs Week next month.”



    EP Cricket CEO Dave Emslie commented: “This proactive move by CSA is to be applauded. They have shown utmost professionalism in their handling of the matter. I am confident that with their assistance in the rehabilitation of these players they will both emerge better cricketers and be able to continue their promising careers unabated.”



    The following is the basic timeline for the rehab programme that will be followed to correct their actions:


    •The players will be receiving intensive coaching of their bowling actions
    •The players will be re-tested as soon as the panel of bowling experts working with the players feel the bowler is fully rehabilitated

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