Cape The city – Cricket South Africa (CSA) has
named the squad of 15 that may constitute South Africa within the first ever
stand-alone ICC Girls’s Global T20 happening within the West Indies from November 9-24.
The 6th version of the 10-team match will happen
throughout 3 venues – Antigua, Saint Lucia and Guyana.
The selectors have saved the majority
of the squad that not too long ago finished a excursion of the Windies with the go back of
stalwarts Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chetty to complete off the dangerous-looking
squad. Rapid bowler Ayabonga Khaka has now not sufficiently recovered from her
shoulder surgical procedure and used to be now not regarded as for variety.
3 of the 4 latest participants
of the workforce that toured the West Indies have additionally won the nod. Tumi
Sekhukhune, Robyn Searle and Saarah Smith will make their Global Cup debuts. It
can be a doubly thrilling match with the Determination Overview Gadget (DRS)
being utilized in an ICC Global T20 for the first actual time.
South Africa will play in Staff A
in St Lucia in opposition to protecting champions West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and
Global Cup Qualifier winners Bangladesh. Staff B incorporates Australia, India, New
Zealand, Pakistan and Eire.
“Excellent good fortune to our Proteas Women as they head for the West
Indies with top expectancies for the ICC Girls’s Global T20,” commented CSA
Leader Government Thabang Moroe.
“They reached the semi-final of this match
in Bangladesh in 2014 and got here agonisingly with reference to a primary look in a
Ultimate in final yr’s ICC Girls’s Global Cup in England.
“The time has now arrived for them to take that subsequent step
ahead and get into the championship fit.
“They are able to take numerous justifiable self belief out in their
not too long ago finished excursion of the West Indies the place they drew each the ODI and T20
Collection in opposition to their hosts who’re the protecting champions for the ICC Global
“In addition they needed to make do with out various key avid gamers.
“From CSA’s point of view we’ve left no stone unturned in
our strengthen for Dane and her workforce to place them at the similar stage of preparation
as our Proteas’ males’s workforce,” concluded Moroe.
Proteas ICC Girls’s Global Cup
Dané van Niekerk (captain,
Jap Province), Chloe Tryon (KwaZulu-Natal Coastal) Lizelle Lee (North
West), Suné Luus (Northerns), Shabnim Ismail (Gauteng), Masabata Klaas (North
West), Mignon du Preez (Northerns), Marizanne Kapp (Jap Province), Laura Wolvaardt
(Western Province), Raisibe Ntozakhe (Gauteng), Zintle Mali (Border), Robyn
Searle (Gauteng), Tumi Sekhukhune (Easterns) Saarah Smith (Western Province),
Trisha Chetty (Gauteng).