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    **Official** South African Domestic Season 2013/14

    Thought I might as well start the thread with the season 2 weeks away with the Champions League and the SA u19 tour to India. Momentum One-Day Cup to start in a month as well.

    Start with breaking news that Graham Onions has signed for the Dolphins for all 3 formats for the coming season.

    CHAMPIONS LEGAUE Squads.

    LIONS (Morris chosen IPL team)

    Alviro Petersen, Quinton de Kock, Rassie van der Dussen, Neil McKeznie, Gulam Bodi, Jean Symes, Temba Bavuma, Thami Tsolekile, Dwaine Pretorius
    Aaron Phangiso, Imran Tahir
    Sohail Tanvir, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Hardus Viljoen, Ethan O'Reilly


    TITANS (du Plessis & A. Morkel chosen IPL teams)

    Jacques Rudolph, Henry Davids, AB de Villiers, Farhaan Behardien, Heino Kuhn, Graeme van Buuren, David Wiese, Mangaliso Mosehle
    Roelof van der Merwe, Eden Links
    Morne Morkel, Marchant de Lange, Ethy Mbhalati, Rowan Richards, CJ de Villiers
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    Reminder of contracted squads -

    CHEVROLET KNIGHTS

    CSA Contracted: Dean Elgar (26) & Ryan McLaren (30)

    Batsmen: Reeza Hendricks (24), Gihahn Cloete (21) (w/k), Rilee Rossouw (24), Obus Pienaar (24), Pite Van Biljon (27), Diego Rosier (19) (rookie), Michael Erlank (24)
    Keeper: Rudi Second (24)
    Spin: Werner Coetsee (30), Nicky Boje (40)
    all-rounder: Romano Terblanche (27)
    Seam: Johan van der Wath (35) (c), Dillon du Preez (32), Quinton Friend (31), Malusi Siboto (26), Shadley van Schalkwyk (25), Tumi Masekela (26) (rookie)


    Provincial players pushing

    Free State

    Batsmen: Andries Gous (20), Lenert Van Wyk (24)
    All-rounder/spin: Patrick Botha (23), Vasili Orros (19)
    Seam: Duanne Olivier (21), Corne Dry (20)

    SA u19: Sine Ntshona (18) (spin/bat)

    Griquas Zero

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    CHEVROLET WARRIORS


    CSA contracted players: Colin Ingram (28) and Wayne Parnell (24)

    Batsmen: Davy Jacobs (c) (w/k) (31), Michael Price (32), Christiaan Jonker (27), Ashwell Prince (36), Jon-Jon Smuts (25), Ryan Bailey (31), Kelly Smuts (23), Craig Thyssen (29), Colin Ackermann (22), Vuyisa Makhaphela (27)

    Keeper: Athi Dyili (29)

    Spin: Simon Harmer (24)

    Seamers: Rusty Theron (28), Andrew Birch (28), Aya Gqamane (24), Gurshwin Rabie (30), Basheer Walters (27), Solo Nqweni (20)

    Provincial Players pushing

    Eastern Province

    Batsmen: Edward Moore (20), James Price (21)
    Spin: Lionel Vaaltyn (22)
    Seam: Anrich Nortje (20)

    SA U19: Lloyd Brown (18) Batsman

    Border

    SA u19: Ngazibini Sigwili (18) Left-arm seam

    SWD

    Seam: Marcello Piedt (20)

    ************************************************** ************************************************** ************************************************** *********************

    SUNFOIL DOLPHINS

    NO CSA CONTRACTED PLAYERS

    Batsmen: Imraan Khan (29), Morne van Wyk (c) (34) (w/k) , Khaya Zondo (23), Vaughn van Jaarsveld (28), Dave Miller (24), Cody Chetty (22), Divan van Wyk (28), Cameron Delport (24), Jonathan Vandiar (23)

    Keeper: Daryn Smit (29)

    Spin: Keshav Maharaj (23), Prenelan Subrayen (20)

    Seam: Graham Onions (31), Kyle Abbott (26), Craig Alexander (26), Mthokozisi Shezi (26), Calvin Savage (20), Robbie Frylinck (29)

    Provincial Players pushing

    Natal (Inland & Coastal)

    Batsmen: Chad Bowes (21), Mishkal Ramsaroop (20), Senuran Muthusamy (19)
    Spin: Kyle Simmonds (19)
    Seam: Yusuf Abdulla (30), Daryn Dupavillon (19), Craig Kirsten (19), Tshepo Moreki (20)

    SA u19: Greg Oldfield (18) (Batsman)


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    BIZHUB HIGHVELD LIONS

    CSA Contracted: Alviro Petersen (33), Thami Tsolekile (33), Imran Tahir (34), Aaron Phangiso (29), Lonwabo Tsotsobe (29)

    Batsmen: Stephen Cook (c) (31), Dominic Hendricks (23), Rassie van der Dussen (24), Neil McKenzie (38), Temba Bavuma (23), Jean Symes (27), Gulam Bodi (34), Grant Mokoena (26),

    Batsmen/bowl seam: Brett Pelser (28), Dwaine Pretorius (24), Shaylen Pillay (19)

    Keeper: Quinton de Kock (21)

    Spin: Eddie Leie (27)

    Seam: Chris Morris (26), Hardus Viljoen (24), Cliffe Deacon (33), Ethan O'Reilly (28), Pumelela Matshikwe (29)

    Provincial Players pushing

    Gauteng

    Batsmen: Devon Conway (22)

    SA u19: Yaseen Valli (18) batsman/spin , Bradley Dial (18) Batsman, Kagiso Rabada (18) seam/bat

    North West

    Spin: Dale Deeb (23)
    Seam: Dieter Klein (25)


    ************************************************** ************************************************** ************************************************** **************************

    UNLIMITED TITANS

    CSA Contracted: AB de Villiers (29), Faf du Plessis (29), Morne Morkel (29) , Marchant de Lange (23)

    Batsmen: Jacques Rudolph (32), Henry Davids (c) (33), Qaasim Adams (29), Farhaan Behardien (30), Francois Le Clus (26), Graeme van Buuren (24), Lesiba Ngoepe (20) (rookie)

    Batsman/bowl seam: Albie Morkel (32), David Wiese (28)

    Keepers: Heino Kuhn (29), Mangaliso Mosehle (23)

    Spin: Roelof van der Merwe (29), Shaun von Berg (27), Eden Links (24)

    Seamers: Ethy Mbhalati (32), CJ de Villiers (27), Rowan Richards (29), JP de Villiers (24)

    Provincial players pushing

    Northerns

    Batsmen: David Bunn (21), Murray Coetzee (20), Regard Verster (20), Theunis de Bruyn (21)
    Keeper: Heinrich Klaasen (22)
    Spin: Thomas Kaber (21)

    SA u19: Corbin Bosch (19) Seam/bat

    Easterns

    Seam: Vincent Moore (19)


    ************************************************** ************************************************** ************************************************** *************************


    NASHUA MOBILE CAPE COBRAS

    CSA contracted: Graeme Smith (32), Hashim Amla (30), Jacques Kallis (38), JP Duminy (29), Robin Peterson (34), Vernon Philander (28), Dale Steyn (30), Rory Kleinveldt (30)

    Batsmen: Andrew Puttick (33), Alistair Gray (31), Stiaan Van Zyl (26), Justin Ontong (c) (33), Yaseen Vallie (24), Richard Levi (25), Uwe Birkenstock (24) (Rookie)

    All-rounder: Justin Kemp (36)

    Keeper: Dane Vilas (28)

    Spinners: Dane Piedt (23), Siya Simetu.(22)

    Seamers: Johann Louw (34), Charl Langeveldt (39), Beuran Hendricks (23), Lizaad Williams (20), Shaheen Khan (25) (Rookie)

    Provincial players pushing

    Western Province

    Batsmen: Matthew Kleinveldt (24), Michael Pote (24), Sybrand Engelbrecht (25), Pieter Malan (24), Grant Edmeades (21), David Bedingham (19)
    Seam: Dane Paterson (24), Johan Bothma (25), Chad Fortune (21), Brendan Young (21), Travis Muller (20)

    SA U19: Hayes van der Berg (19) batsman, Jason Smith (19) batsman/seam, Clyde Fortuin (18) w/k batsman, Dayyaan Galiem (16) all-rounder

    Boland

    Batsmen: Keegan Petersen (20)
    Seam: Ferisco Adams (24), Jan Frylinck (19)
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    Graham Onions signs for the Dolphins -

    England paceman Graham Onions has signed for the Sunfoil Dolphins and will be available for the entire South African domestic season, dependent on possible England call-ups, the KwaZulu-Natal franchise announced on Thursday.

    Onions, who has taken 32 wickets in nine tests, will bolster a Dolphins attack which has looked a little thin and short of experience in recent seasons.

    The 30-year-old Onions, who plays for Durham in English county cricket, was part of England’s recent Ashes-winning squad but did not play in a test. His last test was in June last year against West Indies.

    “I am absolutely delighted to have signed for the Dolphins and am looking forward to play in South Africa which is renowned as having one of the strongest domestic set-ups in the world,” Onions said in a statement.

    “My availability will obviously depend upon England selections, but I hope to be able to contribute to a successful campaign for the Dolphins this year,” he added.

    England tour Australia from October to February next year and Onions could well expect to be part of the test squad, before they undertake a limited-overs tour of West Indies from February to March next year.

    Dolphins coach Lance Klusener was naturally pleased with what Onions, who has 415 first-class wickets at an impressive average of 26.40, could add to the team.

    “The signing of Graham is a great addition to the Dolphins squad. Graham is an ultimate professional and will bring quality and experience,” said Klusener.

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    Looking at those squads, South Africa has some decent young guys coming through.

    The Lions squad are looking good, I think they'll push hard in all the competitions.

    They have lots of CSA contracted players, but none of those players will be on SA duty in all formats.

    Now, we just have to hope that India lets other countries come play against us, otherwise the Sunfoil Series is the best cricket we're going to see this summer.

    :-/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius View Post
    Looking at those squads, South Africa has some decent young guys coming through.

    The Lions squad are looking good, I think they'll push hard in all the competitions.

    They have lots of CSA contracted players, but none of those players will be on SA duty in all formats.

    Now, we just have to hope that India lets other countries come play against us, otherwise the Sunfoil Series is the best cricket we're going to see this summer.

    :-/
    Will be interesting to see the trio of Morris, Tsotsobe and Viljoen with the red ball together. They're already pushing young 18 year-old quick Rabada. He has been training with them and playing pre-season. Looks lively and some good away swing.

    Heard Neil Mac will take more of a back-seat this season.

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    Pre-season games

    Titans v Lions - Titans v Lions at Pretoria, Aug 23, 2013 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Titans v Cobras - Titans v Cape Cobras at Pretoria, Aug 31, 2013 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Cobras beat Lions in two T20 games. Know Vilas scored a big hundred in one of them.

    Dolphins are playing Tuks (number 1 ranked club side)

    50-over game yesterday - Tuks 252/6 (Verster 79, Klaasen 58) v Dolphins 253/6 (M. van Wyk 102, Frylinck 54*)
    Team: Imraan Khan, Morne van Wyk, Khaya Zondo, Cody Chetty, Dave Miller, Jono Vandiar, Daryn Smit, Rob Frylinck, Calvin Savage, Keshav Maharaj, Craig Alexander, Yusuf Abdulla

    Playing two T20 games today Tuks v Dolphins plus Natal

    Dolphins: Khan, Delport, Zondo, D. van Wyk, Chetty, Vandiar, Frylinck, Subrayen, Maharaj, Alexander, Shezi, Abdulla
    Natal: D. Van Wyk, Bowes, Ramsaroop, Muthusamy, Smit, Venter, Frost, Simmonds, Buckthorp, Proctor, Dupavillon, Moreki

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    How many South Africans are going to jump ship and play County cricket next year.Heard a whisper Robin Peterson may be 1 ny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    How many South Africans are going to jump ship and play County cricket next year.Heard a whisper Robin Peterson may be 1 ny.
    To be honest I have no idea. Doubt we will see current internationals leave for Kolpak. May sign deals if we have no cricket (ie Smith, Duminy, Petersen, Amla)

    Suppose if Robbie P does that, then Tahir has reclaimed the test spot or Harmer has come in. Limited overs stuff, he hasn't done as well with the ball as he was doing. So maybe on the cards.

    Would just imagine the old brigade like McKenzie and Prince playing Kolpak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    How many South Africans are going to jump ship and play County cricket next year.Heard a whisper Robin Peterson may be 1 ny.
    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    To be honest I have no idea. Doubt we will see current internationals leave for Kolpak. May sign deals if we have no cricket (ie Smith, Duminy, Petersen, Amla)

    Suppose if Robbie P does that, then Tahir has reclaimed the test spot or Harmer has come in. Limited overs stuff, he hasn't done as well with the ball as he was doing. So maybe on the cards.

    Would just imagine the old brigade like McKenzie and Prince playing Kolpak.
    I think its a lot harder to get a work permit to go play County Cricket now.

    I don't see many of the younger guys going now.

    Will be interesting who would get the Test spinner spot.

    I think they might give Tahir another go, and Harmer is probably next in line after him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    Will be interesting to see the trio of Morris, Tsotsobe and Viljoen with the red ball together. They're already pushing young 18 year-old quick Rabada. He has been training with them and playing pre-season. Looks lively and some good away swing.

    Heard Neil Mac will take more of a back-seat this season.
    Didn't Rabada play in the eKasi challenge?

    St Stiths old boy if I'm thinking of the right guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marius View Post
    Didn't Rabada play in the eKasi challenge?

    St Stiths old boy if I'm thinking of the right guy.
    Yeah, that's him. Still in matric this year. Lions' new cub ready to roar - Sport LIVE

    Just hope he gets looked after well conditioning wise. Gordon Parsons, the Lions bowling coach, is very excited and believes he can improve on things with him to make him even quicker.

    Toyana was talking about other youngsters in the system...don't think it's just the 3 in the SA u19 squad (Valli, Dial, Rabada) but also another Saints cricketer in opener Ryan Rickleton. Thought he was hugely unlucky to miss out on the SA u19 squad even though younger at 17.

    Obviously Shaylen Pillay who got a contract would be another.
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    CSA Awards Breakfast (Youth cricket, amateur cricket + provincial cricket recognition) , CSA Golf day plus CSA Awards & Gala Dinner today.


    CSA u15 cricketer of the year: Dayyaan Galiem
    CSA u19 cricketer of the year: Murray Coetzee
    CSA cricketer of the u19 cricket week: Daryn Dupavillon
    CSA Club Champs Player of Tournament: Rassie van der Dussen
    CSA Student Cricketer of the Year – Uwe Birkenstock
    CSA Provincial T20 Cricketer of the Year – Juanré van Wyk
    CSA Provincial One-Day Cricketer of the Year – Rassie van der Dussen
    CSA Provincial Three-Day Cricketer of the Year – Marcello Piedt

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    SACA Most Valuable Player Award: Roelof van der Merwe

    Domestic Newcomer of the Year: Ayabulela Gqamane

    Ram Slam T20 Cricketer of the Year: Quinton de Kock

    Momentum One-day Cup Cricketer of the Year: Richard Levi

    Sunfoil Series Cricketer of the Year: Johann Louw

    Domestic Player's Player of the Year: Kyle Abbott




    SA newcomer of the year: Kyle Abbott

    CSA Fans Player of the year: Hashim Amla

    T20 Player of the year: Dale Steyn

    ODI Player of the year: AB de Villiers

    Test Player of the year: Hashim Amla

    KFC so good award: Hashim Amla 311* vs England at the Oval

    Ram Slam Delivery of the season: Jacques Kallis bowling Ricky Ponting at Adelaide Oval

    SA Player's Player of the year: AB de Villiers

    SA Cricketer of the year: Hashim Amla



    PS: I swear Dale Steyn had knocked a few back before he went on stage. Talking about 'buggering' off to Dubai soon and 'scratching his balls' with Adam Sandler.
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    Following the #CSAawards13 almost live via twitter. Well, The Beard rules. Im really glad for Louw.
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    Following the #CSAawards13 almost live via twitter. Well, The Beard rules. Im really glad for Louw.
    I thought Abbott was going to win that award but fair play to Louw. Bowled more overs than anyone else in 4-day cricket and guiding Beuran Hendricks and Lizaad Williams well.

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