I think AB will stay at 5. van Zyl at 4, Duminy at 6 and du Plessis at 7. Alviro Petersen may have to make way for Elgar/de Kock.
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I really hope de Kock can get some runs for the Lions before Kallis goes. Can then move de Villiers up to four and let him relinquish the gloves.
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I find it hilarious that Rossouw got Van Zyl.
De Kock is also not having a great time - but neither is any of his top order partners.
Dave Miller with a pair of hundreds too. Very happy for him.
With the bowling. de Lange, Morris and Viljoen probably kicking themselves not playing this round. Would say Birch being injured as well but he is more a Philander type.
Hendricks leading wicket-taker in Sunfoil series etc
Be mad if they turned to Kleinveldt
Good to see spin in the wickets too. Harmer, Coetsee, von Berg, Leie & Piedt all competing at the moment.
Not sure for how much longer Daryn Smit will be the preferred spinner ahead of Maharaj and Subrayen at the Dolphins but I suppose Smit's a team man and his batting form will keep him in the side and he can chip in with the odd wicket with their seamers doing so well.
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SA u19 CWC squad to be chosen on 9 January on the last day of Cubs Week from 5-9 January in Stellenbosch and Paarl. The 6 franchises will be involved but Zimbabawe u19s will be joining so the 8th team is a SA u17 Cubs Team.
Official squads and my suspected main XI
Hayes van der Berg (19) (RHB, seam)
Clyde Fortuin (18) (RHB , wicket-keeper)
Jason Smith (19) (RHB, seam)
Zubayr Hamza (18) (captain , RHB)
Niel Botha (18) (RHB, right-arm off-spin)
Keegan Wheeler (18) (RHB, seam)
Curtley Louw (18) (RHB, seam)
Riaz Sader (18) (RHB, right-arm off-spin)
Justin Dill (19) (opening bowler)
Schoeman Botha (18) (opening bowler)
Nhlakanipho Madwe (18) (opening bowler)
Kirwen Christoffels (19)
Brydon Carse (18) (RHB, opening bowler)
Lloyd Brown (18) (captain , RHB)
Aubrey Ferreira (19) (RHB)
Jean Heunis (17) (RHB, wicket-keeper)
Mbulelo Mama (18) (RHB)
Bradley Bopp (18) (RHB, seam)
Onke Nyaku (19) (RHB, seam)
Richard Maree (18) (opening bowler)
Ngazibini Sigwili (18) (opening bowler)
Grant Stretton (18) (slow left-arm spin)
Jason Oakes (18) (RHB)
Bruce Kerr (17) (RHB)
Ryan Wallace (18) (RHB)
Greg Oldfield (18) (RHB, right-arm off-spin)
Luke Schlemmer (18) (RHB, slow left-arm spin)
Sibonelo Makhanya (17) (captain, RHB , seam)
Tyler Smith (18) ( RHB , wicket-keeper)
Sohail Mahmoud (17) (RHB, right-arm leg-spin)
Cameron Gordon (18) (opening bowler)
Lungisani Ngidi (17) (opening bowler)
Lwandiswa Zuma (17) (opening bowler)
Hanco Olivier (18) (RHB)
Christiaan Steyn (18) (RHB)
Gideon Bruwer (18) (LHB , slow-left-arm spin)
Ryan du Plessis (18) (RHB, wicket-keeper)
Sine Ntshona (18) (captain ,RHB, right-arm off-spin)
Sacintha Galhenage (18) (RHB)
Patrick Kruger (18) (RHB, seamer)
Paballo Mogoera (18) (RHB , right-arm off-spin)
Nico Loubser (17) (RHB, opening bowler)
Aiden Brooker (18) (opening bowler)
Sean Whitehead (16) (slow left-arm spin)
Angus Ellis-Cole (18) (RHB, wicket-keeper)
Lee Gruskin (19) (RHB)
Isaac Dikgale (18) (RHB)
Yaseen Valli (18) (captain, LHB , slow left-arm spin)
Bradley Dial (18) (RHB, right-arm off-spin)
Karabo Mogotsi (18) (RHB)
Marques Ackerman (17) (LHB, slow left-arm)
Jayden Broodryk (18) (RHB, seam)
Driaan Weyers (18) (RHB , opening bowler)
Kagiso Rabada (18) (LHB, opening bowler)
Brandon Glover (16) (opening bowler)
Tian Koekemoer (19) (LHB)
Aiden Markram (19) (captain, RHB)
Wickus Germishuizen (18) (RHB , wicket-keeper)
Leus du Plooy (18) (LHB, slow left-arm spin)
Driaan Bruwer (18) (LHB, right-arm leg-spin)
Melvin Morata (18) (RHB)
Greg Mahlokoane (18) (LHB, slow left-arm spin)
Corbin Bosch (19) (RHB, seam)
Andrew Rasemenye (18) (opening bowler)
Dustin Melton (18) (opening bowler)
Kofi Apea-Adu (18) (seamer)
SA u17 CUBS
Grant Roelofsen (17) (RHB)
Andrew Rushmere (18) (RHB)
Matthew Christensen (17) (RHB)
Johannes Malan (17) (RHB)
Michael Stannard (17) (RHB)
Rivaldo Moonsamy (17) (RHB , wicket-keeper)
Andile Phehlukwayo (17) (LHB, seam)
Dayyaan Galiem (16) (RHB , opening bowler)
Stefan Klopper (17) (LHB , slow left-arm chinaman)
Keith Dudgeon (18) (opening bowler)
Jay Stevens (17) (opening bowler)
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Looks like Onions had a solid if unspectacular game.
How's Sigwili come along, Gaz?
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Doing quite well. Made SA Schools again and should be a shoo-in for the WC squad.
Good interview with him - Player Profile: Ngazi Sigwili | School Sports News
Last edited by SeamUp; 23-12-2013 at 01:25 AM.
I'm sure you aced them ! No just kidding, good luck when you get the results next month.
I didn't realise he was playing club cricket with Ntini until I read that.
Reckon the Warriors should throw Gqamane, Walters and Rabie into touch soon. Especially the latter two. Then promote Nortje, Nqweni and Sigwili to back up Parnell, Birch and Theron.
Warriors v Titans. Harmer rocking the head band. Ledge.
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