Gauteng Maintain Winning Streak on Day 3 of CSA U19 Action

by | Dec 19, 2021

Day Three of the CSA U19 Girl’s Tournament saw high-scoring matches in the T20 format, with Gauteng maintaining their winning streak in both their matches. 

In their first tie against Border, their opponents were put in to bat and posted a total of 52/7. Siyahluma Mabombo and Asakhe Nyovane top scoring with 14 & 11 respectively, with Emily Basel taking 3-5 for Gauteng. 

Gauteng reached the target in 13.4 overs with Oluhle Siyo scoring 29* and Cinga Mhlubulwane taking 3-8 for Border. 

Gauteng faced KZN Inland in the afternoon match. Gauteng posted 135/2 with Siyo top scoring with 68 (63), and smashing 12×4 in her innings. Siyo was well-assisted by Kayla Abbott 38(37). Inland only managed to score 56/7 thus handing Gauteng their 4th consecutive win by 79 runs. 

Western Province also maintained their winning form, defeating Northerns and Border, respectively. 

Kayla Reyneke maintained her excellent all-round performance in both matches for the WP team. She scored 64(40) in the match against Northerns and 28(23) and took 2 wickets against Border.

KZN Coastal’s winning streak came to an end on Day 3. They won their first match against Easterns, but lost to North West in the afternoon. North West beat Eastern Province in their earlier game.

Limpopo also maintained their fine form beating Free State and WP Invitational. 

Northern Cape beat Kei but lost to Mpumalanga in their second match of the day.

Free State won their first match of the tournament defeating SWD in their second game.  

Day Four continues on Sunday, 19 December 2021, with matches live on Pitch Vision.

 

Cricket South Africa Under 19 Girls Tournament Day Three Results:

Morning Matches:

KZN Coastal vs Easterns
Coastal
91/3
Luyanda Nzuza 41 (52); Seshnie Naidu 29 (36)
Mbali Sithole 2-8
Easterns 64/10 (19.5)
Seshnie Naidu 3-12; Nonjabulo Shoba 3-15
Coastal won by 27 runs

Northern Cape vs Kei:
Northern Cape
72/6
Mathapelo Ntsayagae 26 (44); Lorika Kruger 10 (21)
Sive Silo 2-8
Kei 59 /10
Mine Auret 3-19; Lorika Kruger 2-10; Lahwien Alben 2-9
Northern Cape won by 13 runs

Gauteng vs Border:
Border
52/7
Asakhe Nyovane 11 (14); Siyahluma Mabombo 14 (41)
Emily Basel 3-5; Relebohile Mkhize 2-10
Gauteng 55/3 (13.4)
Oluhle Siyo 29* (36)
Cinga Mhlubulwane 3-8
Gauteng won by 7 wickets

Limpopo vs Free State:
Limpopo
92/7
Nicole Labuschange 26 (42); Dimakatso Tsotetsi 13 (24)
Miane Smith 2-10; Charika Uys 2-19
Free State 67/10 (16.3)
Anneme Janse van Rensburg 19 (27); Marianke Russouw 15 (16)
Itumeleng Manyaga 3-7; Charne van der Berg 3-8
Limpopo won by 25 runs

South Western Districts vs Western Province Invitational:
South Western Districts
94/7
Desone Albertyn 20 (23)
WP Invitational 92/ 7
Emma Botha 15 (9); Tayla Erisdale 18 (37)
Mariana Breedt 2-9; Zimkhitha Kona 2-13
South Western Districts won by 2 runs

Western Province vs Northerns:
Western Province
136/5
Anri Grobbelaar 34 (45); Kayla Reyneke 64 (40) 8×4
Eliz-Mari Marx 2-10
Northerns 132/5
Christelle van der Schyff 33 (39) 5×4; Tani van den Heuvel 25 (37)
Eliz-Mari Marx 23 (11); Amogelang Muphangulu 16 (12)
Caitlyn Wyngaard 2-20
WP won by 4 runs

Afternoon Matches

Gauteng vs KZN Inland:
Gauteng
135/2
Oluhle Siyo 68 (63) 12×4; Kayla Abbott 38 (37)
Amanda Ngcobo 1-34; Sarah Barber 1-22
KZN Inland 56/7
Amahle Mwelase 10 (18); Alexandra Candler 24 (29)
Emily Basel 1-15; Zinthle Tshabalala 1-6; Snamile Mthembu 1-6
Gauteng won by 79 runs

Western Province vs Border:
Western Province
151/2
Jada Jacobs 51 (44) 10×4; Kathleen Seager 32 (47); Kayla Reyneke 28 (23)
Holly-Jane Harris 1-21
Border 91/5
Asakhe Nyovane 29 (25); Sispho Siswane 12 (36)
Sinelethu Yaso 2-21; Kayla Reyneke 2-13
Western Province won by 60 runs 

KZN Coastal vs North West:
KZN Coastal
70/10
Nonjabulo Shoba 12 (28); Luyanda Nzuza 19 (28)
Katlego Sethlodi 3-4; Mosa Maichotlo 3-0
North West 71/8 (16.1)
Anica Swart 22 (29); Humairah Ebrahim 11 (14)
Nadia Mohamed 3-11; Nonjabulo Shoba 2-20, Shanel Madurai 2-15
North West won by 2 wickets

Easterns vs Eastern Province:
Eastern Province
102/5
Amber Botha 21 (34); Megan Fourie 27 (41)
Simone Botha 2-16
Easterns 56/9
Carli Theron 10 (29)
Jordan Cole 4-13
Eastern Province won by 46 runs

Kei vs Northerns:
Kei
31/10
Khonolakhwe Mangala 7 (26)
Lethabo Mthimkhulu 3-3; Amone Muller 2-3; Lethabo Moshoeshoe 2-11
Northerns 35/1 (5)
Pura Andreou 19 (14); Amongelang Maphangulu 13 (15)
Northerns won by 9 wickets

Northern Cape vs Mpumalanga:
Northern Cape
79/10
Lahwien Alben 26 (55)
Lalique Broxham 4-8; Michelle Schoeman 2-11
Mpumalanga 80/6 (19.5)
Marche Swarts 14 (52); Joy Jones 17 (21)
Lucian Swarts 3-11
Mpumalanga won by 4 wickets

Limpopo vs Western Province Invitational:
Limpopo
140/4
Akani Mashimbyi 11 (11); Dimakatso Tsotetsi 26 (41); Koketso Manyaga 36 (45)
Leshay Walker 2-24
Western Province Invitational 44/10 (12.3)
Micheala Martins 22 (26)
Charne van der Berg 3-13; Akani Mashimbyi 3-2
Mpumalanga won by 96 runs 

Free State vs South Western Districts:
Free State
121/5
Anneme Janse van Rensburg 23 (27)
Marochell Willemse 2-20
South Western Districts 30/8
Anneme Janse van Rensburg 3-4
Free State won by 91 runs 

 

Photo 1 Caption: Day 3 of the CSA U19 Girl’s Tournament saw high scoring matches in the T20 format, with Gauteng maintain their winning streak in both their matches. Photo: Supplied

 

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