SA Emerging Squad to Tour Bangladesh

Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced the South African emerging women side is set to tour Bangladesh later this month for a five-match one-day series against Bangladesh Women.

The trip to the sub-continent nation has received the green light after the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and CSA finalised health, safety and travel arrangements for players and support staff during the three week-long tour.

The tour is scheduled to run from 28 March to 16 April 2021, and will see the young side managed by Dinesha Devnarain play a five-match One Day International series against Bangladesh following a three-day quarantine period upon arrival.

The squad will be led by Momentum Proteas wicketkeeper Sinalo Jafta who will be joined by other notable players such as Anneke Bosch, Nondumiso Shangase and Faye Tunnicliffe who have been in camp with the Momentum Proteas during their tour of India.

Vincent Barnes, High Performance Manager said: “It’s a big achievement for both cricket boards to get this tour approved and finalised as the two teams are very eager to play competitive cricket after the lengthy layoff due to the pandemic.

“The squad we have selected is a strong one, many of whom have had a taste international cricket and will be looking to impress at this level. However, the reality is that these players are still young and have much still to do in order to develop and be successful on the international stage with the Momentum Proteas.

“As CSA we see this tour as one that will add to this development path and it provides an ideal opportunity to experience vastly different cricketing conditions to what they will be used to and also give coach Devnarain time to produce the much needed quality of players that will see SA continue rising up the world rankings in the women’s game.”

The SA emerging women side bridges the gap between provincial/national and international cricket. The concept of this high performance program is to provide competitive international-standard cricket for fringe players, as well as provide the opportunity for development of younger talent coming through the CSA national pathway system.

All matches between the two sides will be played at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.


Andrie Steyn
Anneke Bosch
Annerie Dercksen
Leah Jones
Faye Tunnicliffe
Jade De Figuerido
Jenay Winster
Khayakazi Methe
Kirstie Thomson
Nondumiso Precious Shangase
Micheala Andrews
Nonkululeko Baneti
Robyn Searle
Sinalo Jafta
Tebogo Macheke

4 April 2021       1st ODI                 SICS               09:30
6 April 2021       2nd ODI                SICS               09:30
8 April 2021       3rd ODI                 SICS               09:30
11 April 2021     4th ODI                 SICS               09:30
13 April 2021     5th ODI                 SICS               09:30


With editing by gsport


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