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    Rory Kleinveldt leaving Northants at end of the season after 4 successful years there.
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    First Ekasi Coastal Challenge on the go.

    Cobras
    Hamza, J.Malan, Bedingham, Mgijima, F.Adams, Verreynne, Linde, Piedt, Williams, Nabe, Bokako
    Dolphins
    van Wyk, van Jaarsveld, Chetty, Makhanya, M.Ackerman, Savage, Phehlukwayo, E.Bosch, Subrayen, Zuma, Shezi

    Cobras 50/1 after 6
    Hamza out for 11

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    Game ended in a tie.

    Cobras 174
    J. Malan 63
    F.Adams 37
    Mgijima 20
    Linde 16
    Bedingham 16

    Zuma, Savage, Phehlukwayo x 2, E.Bosch with wickets

    Dolphins 174

    VVJ top scoring with a 50

    Piedt got a couple of wickets










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    Stephen Cook signed for Glamorgan for last 4 rounds of County Champ.

    Ekasi Coastal Challenge review.




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    Looks like 4 guys currently playing CPL in Miller, Amla, vd Dussen & Tahir. All doing well & contributing with chances.

    Another t20 league starting is the UAE t20 & Miller/AB are 2 of the first 4 Icon players with Morgan & Russell.

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    Wow. Didn't expect to see this. Along with Rusty Theron their retirements were very sudden. It was a great Warriors squad with seniors like Johan Botha (AUS) & Arno Jacob's who is climbing the umpire ranks.

    Ex-Warriors wicketkeeper bedding in with the Canucks

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    Quite damning. Written a couple of weeks ago. It's hard to argue. When you stop driving excellence and then incompetence mixes in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    Quite damning. Written a couple of weeks ago. It's hard to argue. When you stop driving excellence and then incompetence mixes in.

    https://citizen.co.za/sport/south-af...cricket-is-in/
    Truth is that you could replace the word's 'Cricket SA' with about many large public/goverment and many private enterprises in SA, with the same result.

    I don't think that the depth in cricket is as much of a problem as is being made out, I think you can see the same problems across most cricket teams around the world atm; we went through a golden age and I think we need to be both practical and realistic regarding where we stand to replace that team and those players. Need to do something with regards to the coaching, need to find a way to bring in that experience we have lost. But for me the biggest issue is the CSA administration at the moment; making poor decision without commiting with no clear idea forward (T20 debacle is a perfect example), you can't run an organisation is such a wishy-washy way. I think many of the problems could be sorted by making sure that CSA becomes well governed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenZA View Post
    Truth is that you could replace the word's 'Cricket SA' with about many large public/goverment and many private enterprises in SA, with the same result.

    I don't think that the depth in cricket is as much of a problem as is being made out, I think you can see the same problems across most cricket teams around the world atm; we went through a golden age and I think we need to be both practical and realistic regarding where we stand to replace that team and those players. Need to do something with regards to the coaching, need to find a way to bring in that experience we have lost. But for me the biggest issue is the CSA administration at the moment; making poor decision without commiting with no clear idea forward (T20 debacle is a perfect example), you can't run an organisation is such a wishy-washy way. I think many of the problems could be sorted by making sure that CSA becomes well governed.
    Yup. Can't argue with the top line. Corruption and incompetence all over. Also the time when SA's focus on building together for the wealth of the nation and not wealth distribution then we hopefully in a better place. We pretty close to a socialist economy though so it's not exactly getting better anytime soon. But this is politics ! I must stop talking this rubbish.

    Last season young white players and coloured players at Cobras in particular were not really going to get a chance if you had Kolpak players and the new quota system. So they basically removed Kolpaks from contracting this season so we lose that experience. I don't know if that means they will get paid per game they play or won't play at all. Those that are contracted like Vilas, Ackermann, Harmer, Kuhn I can only imagine it is funded by the franchises. But if we want players who can play for SA then we can't really be playing too many Kolpaks. The system is defunct to be fair.
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    Cobras round-up for their trip to Durbz. Think they go to Joburg the week before they start their 4-day season. Obviously The Africa Cup starts up in 11 days.

    If we talking about the above. Just say for example van Zyl/Levi come back without being contracted do we see Janneman Malan and David Bedingham.

    Lizaad Williams is ripe for getting regular franchise games and kicking on but Parnell/Paterson/Kleinvedlt come back. Does he get a sniff ?

    Centurions Janneman Malan and David Bedingham and strike bowler Tladi Bokako performed brilliantly in their first pre-season outdoor excursion for the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras against the Hollywoodbets Dolphins in Durban on Monday and Tuesday.

    Bokako captured 5-44 in eleven overs and in tandem with Lizaad Williams (3-26 in eleven overs) had the top-order in disarray and limited the Dolphins to 173.

    Malan scored an unbeaten 151, while Bedingham struck 101 and Ferisco Adams blasted 50. The new acquisitions threw their hat into the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras ring and stated their case to the selection committee.

    “The new recruits put up their hands, gave themselves a sense of belonging and will draw confidence from this performance,” said Faiek Davids, assistant coach of the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras.

    “Janneman scored runs all around the wicket. He was strong on the on-side, handled the short ball well and also scored richly on the off-side. He is tailor-made for white-ball cricket, but look at his first-class record (1943 runs in 23 matches at an average of 55.51). He has a strike-rate of almost 70 (67.96),” Davids said.

    Davids also said Bedingham had matured markedly from the last time he saw him. His game plans were clear and he struck the ball hard, the assistant coach added.

    “Tladi and Lizaad were phenomenal and had them against the ropes on 20 for five. The wicket was a bit sticky with green patches and they kept the ball up to the bat. Tladi is a bundle of energy with good lines and lengths and he nipped it off the seam nicely. He is super fit.

    “Lizzy was machine-like. He was steady and hit the seam regularly,” said Davids.

    They restricted the Dolphins to 173 all out.

    The World Sports Betting Cape Cobras batted at a rate of 4.3 per over and scored 362 for eight in 83.2 overs.

    In the subsequent T20 match between KwaZulu-Natal and the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras, the latter scored 167 for eight thanks to a splendid 70 by Zubayr Hamza and 40 by Adams. The hosts were limited to 133 for six and the Cobras won by 34 runs.

    Mthiwekhaya Nabe, who took 2-32 in the two-day game, captured 1-35 in four overs, but the pick was Williams, who nabbed 2-12 in three overs. Bokako ended with 1-22 in three overs. George Linde struck twice in his four overs which cost 26 runs.

    It was the second outdoor training match of the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras and an encouraging early performance against a strong foe.

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    SA Cricket season launch today.





    Klaasen (youtube vid in link as well) says Titans one of the best domestic teams in the world and they aiming for the treble again this season : Heinrich Klaasen: Titans one of the world's best franchises

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    Mainly spoken about Cobras, Dolphins, Titans for pre-season.

    Knights, Warriors and Lions have also been busy.

    Knights currently playing Dolphins today and tomorrow in Port Shepstone





    Some thoughts from Nicky Boje : Boje: Chance for youngsters to step up

    Can't help but feel it could be a tough season for them. Second and Olivier will need players to step up and support more regularly.

    Warriors have been keeping it local and also updated their website and are active on twitter again.

    The Warriors ? Travelling and Teambuilding ? Warriors Cricket



    Lions are at Sun City for team bonding and season planning and it includes KG Rabada

    https://www.iol.co.za/sport/cricket/...camps-16796095

    B.Fortuin, R.Hendricks, Staff, Mulder



    B.Hendricks, Rabada, Mosehle, Valli



    D.Hendricks, Alexander, Siboto, Phangiso



    Coaches x 2 , Ramela, Rickelton



    Lubbe & M.Pretorius


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    Dolphins beat Knights in the 50-over game yesterday. Vaughn van Jaarsveld 110 with Cody Chetty & Andile Phehlukwayo with 30s to suppoer. Zuma (2) & Subrayen (3) the main wicket takers for the Dolphins.

    Tabraiz Shamsi joined up again for CPL and here was his celebration from a wicket


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    SA captain Faf having a few words with new boy on the block Wandile Makwetu at Titans



    Talking about the Titans, their Titans Bash started today.

    Coaches : Andre Nel, Kruger van Wyk, Arno van Wyk & Malan Morkel (older boetie who is head of cricket at Garfontein School)

    Captains : Shaun von Berg, Albie Morkel, Tony de Zorzi & Heinrich Klaasen

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    Patrick Kruger got 102 off 56 in the T20 game for Knights v Dolphins. Things seem to click back end of last season for him. One to watch for T20 and limited overs cricket. Hits the ball far.

    Dolphins were in trouble most of the innings. Muthusamy & Makhanya put on a partnership. Dry (4), McLaren (2), Olivier (2) with the wickets for Knights.



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