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Cricket South Africa’s Cubs Week teams for 2023 announced

By Hannes Nienaber , in Cricket | News , at 2022-12-22 Tags:

The annual Cricket South Africa’s Cubs Week (for u19 players) will once again be hosted in Stellenbosch in January.

The six teams that will participate in the tournament has been announced at the conclusion of the Khaya Majola Week which was also hosted in Stellenbosch.

The teams: 

Central Gladiators: David Teeger (King Edward VII), Richard Seletswane (St Stithians College), Lhuandre Pretorius (St Stithians College), Gomolemo Phiri (), Reuben du Toit (St Stithians College), Christopher King (St John’s College), Thebe Gazide (St Stithians College), Tsepho Stafa (Jeppe High School for Boys’), Sellin de Beer (Uplands College), Kyle Glennistor (Northcliff), Sipho Potsane (Jeppe High School for Boys’), Kwena Maphaka (St Stithians College), Dean Bacher (King Edward VII).

Coastal Conquerers: Romashen Pillay (Westville Boys’ High), Jonathan van Zyl (Maritzburg College), Khulekani Mseleku (Durban High School), Nqobani Mokoena (Northwood), Ntando Zuma (St Charles College), Ross Boast (Hilton College), Lutendo Tsanwani (Durban High School), Jake Carstens (Hilton College), Matthew Urquhart (St Charles College), Thabiso Ndlela (St Charles College), Aryan Gopalan (Westville Boys’ High), Jason Muirhead (St Charles College), Blake Simpson (Westville Boys’ High).

Eastern Warriors: Ben van der Merwe (Selborne College), Tre Gilbert (Selborne College), Simnikiwe Soyaya (Muir College), Russell Peterson (Victoria Park High), Olwakhe Goqoza (Victoria Park High), Jean Upman (Grey High School), Casey Keevy (Grey High School), Daniel Ristow (Grey High School), Aphiwe Mnyanda (Graeme College), Tyler Stag (Selborne College), Tozama Totama (Hudson Park), Ryan Denston (Queen’s College), Esa Gangat (Pearson).

Northern Champions: Christiaan du Toit (Waterkloof), Modise Maloka (Prestige College), Divan Engelbrecht (Affies), Mohammed Aslam (Garsfontein), Dewan Marais (Marais Viljoen), Bhamji Suleman (Laudium Hub), Tristan Luus (Waterkloof), Hernus Marais (Waterkloof), Leo Sadler (Pretoria Boys’ High), Simele Maye (St Benedict’s College), William Tshoke (Mamelodi Hub), Martin Khumalo (Ephes Mamkeli Secondary), Shelton Ngobeni (Phalaborwa Hub).

Southern Superstars: Meeka-eel Prince (SACS), Maahir Joseph (Rondebosch Boys’ High), Gysbert Wege (Paarl Boys’ High), Thando Prusent (Somerset College), Juan James (Wynberg Boys’ High), Bongile Mfunelwa (Rondebosch Boys’ High), Cormey van der Watt (Paul Roos Gimnasium), Abdullah Bayoumy (Rylands Cricket Club), Liyema Waqu (SACS), Riley Norton (Paul Roos Gimnasium), Callen Larkin (), Sange Mbuto (Wynberg Boys’ High), Raees Salie (SACS).

Western Legends: Ludwig Schuld (Potchefstroom Volkskool), Bathabile Masigo (Die Wilge), GJ Maree (Grey College), Joe Meyer (St Andrews), Sello Sessing (St Andrews), Naziel Adams (Noord-Kaap), Corne Prinsloo (Potchefstroom Volkskool), Rico Fryer (Hoerskool Rustenburg), Dakalo Leketa (St Andrews), Tumelo Makume (Vaal Reef THS), Johnathan Muller (Grey College), Sicelo Matayi (Grey College), Darion Rabie (Grey College).

Hannes Nienaber