WP Earn Clean Sweep of Victories at CSA U19 Tournament

by | Dec 20, 2021

It was a fight for provincial pride on Day Four of Cricket South Africa’s U19 Girls Tournament as Western Province displayed their dominance, earning a clean sweep of victories on Sunday, 19 November 2021.

In their first match against Limpopo, WP posted a total of 113/6, with Jemma Both top scoring 46 (48) and Lilitha BakuBaku 27 (37). Limpopo fell short by scoring 82/6 in their innings, with Koketso Manyaga scoring 41 (32). WP beat Limpopo by 31 runs. 

In their second game against KZN Inland, the Zululand side were put in to bat and posted 69/5. Sarah Barber scored 24 (25) for Inland and Sinelethu Yaso took two wickets for Western Province. WP responded by scoring 71/3 in 13.3overs, as Jada Jacobs top scored with seven 4s in her innings 40 (31).

KZN Inland won their earlier game against Easterns by 30 runs. Sarah Barber scored a magnificent 87 (65) with eleven 4s and  two sixes in her stance at the crease for Inland, and also took two wickets. Maddison Landsman scored a quick-fire 48 (50) featuring seven fours, but it was not enough as Easterns ended on 85/7. 

Northerns won both their matches on Day 4, with Eliz-Mari Marx displaying fine form throughout this tournament so far. They beat Border in their first encounter with Marx scoring 48 (28 deliveries) smashing five fours and three sixes in her innings. Kwanga Pinini scored 34 (35) with six fours, and Asakhe Nyovane added 33 in 25 deliveries for Border, but it was not enough as they ended on 138/4. In their second match, Northerns beat Limpopo by 3 runs in a closely contested match. 

Gauteng maintained their winning form beating KZN Coastal and Easterns, respectively. KZN Coastal won their second match of the day against Kei.

North West also maintained their winning form as they beat Northern Cape and Mpumalanga. Elandri Janse van Rensburg playing her best with the bat in both matches for North West.

Emily Mange of Mpumalanga took a whopping 6-8 to take her team to victory against South Western Districts.

The final day of cricket action continues on Monday, 20 December 2021, with matches streamed live on Pitch Vision.

 

Cricket SA U19 Girls Day 4 Results on Sunday, 19 December, 2021:

Morning Matches:

KZN Inland vs Easterns:
KZN Inland
115/7
Sarah Barber 87 (65) 11×4 & 2×6
Thato Maseko 2-15
Easterns 85/7
Madison Landsman 48 (50) 7×4
Nomvula Hlabisa 2-16
Inland won by 30 runs

Western Province vs Limpopo:
Western Province
113/6
Jemma Botha 46 (48); Lilitha BakuBaku 27 (37)
Charne van der Berg 2-22
Limpopo 82/6
Koketso Manyaga 41 (32)
Akhona Mahlanza 2-15
Western Province won by 31 runs

Northerns vs Border:
Northerns
151/6
Eliz-Mari Marx 48 (28) 5×4 & 3×6; Christelle van der Schyff 22 (14) 4×4
Siyolise Fawule 2-24
Border 138/4
Kwanga Pinini 34 (35) 6×4; Asakhe Nyovane 33 (25) 4×4
Northerns won by 13 runs

Free State vs WP Invitational:
Free State
164/6
Erica Gates 60 (41) 9×4; Miane Smit 54 (47) 6×4 & 1×6
Aseza Ngwaka 2-22
WP Invitational 61/10 (12.3)
Keabetswe Tsokodibane 3-14; Anneme Janse van Rensburg 3-14
Free State won by 103 runs

Eastern Province vs Kei:
Eastern Province
119/2
Amber Botha 69 (62) 11×4; Luna Gana 23 (38)
Mihlali Langa 2-8
Kei 37/10 (12.2)
Jordan Cole 4-2; Megan Fourie 3-4
Eastern Province won by 82 runs

North West vs Northern Cape:
North West 145/2
Elandri Janse van Rensburg 51 (44); Wilmi Mostert 61 (60) 8×4
Lorika Kruger 1-13
Northern Cape 58/7
Nombuso Makatong 10 (35); Lahwien Alben 16 (50)
Itumairah Ebrahim 2-3
North West won by 87 runs

South Western Districts vs Mpumalanga:
SWD
48/10 (16.3)
Desone Albertyn 13 (32)
Emily Mange 6-8
Mpumalanga 51/3 (14.5)
Thandeka 14 (24)
Mpumalanga won by 7 wickets 

KZN Coastal vs Gauteng:
KZN Coastal
39/10
Esihle Kawu 13 (22)
Refilwe Moncho 3-2; Relebohile Mkhize 2-5
Gauteng 43/1 (8.1)
Kelebogile Seshabela 23 (32)
Nadia Mohamed 1-11
Gauteng won by 9 wickets 

Afternoon Matches:

Northerns vs Limpopo:
Northerns
92/8
Pura Andrea 32 (42); Kgalalelo Matsepe 22 (28)
Itmeleng Manyaga 3-14; Afshan Sabadia 2-26; Asanda Nogwebela 2-14
Limpopo 89/8
Charne van der Berg 36 (36) 3×4
Eliz-Mari Marx 2-12; Christelle van Schyff 2-15
Northerns won by 3 runs

Border vs WP Invitational:
WP Invitational
102/6
Tayla Grisdale 60 (54) 10×4
Siyolise Fawule 2-11; Chloe Adams 2-12
Border 103/2
Kwanga Pinini 44 (43) 6×4; Sisipho Siswana 17 (30)
Aseza Ngwana 1-20
Border won by 8 wickets

KZN Inland vs Western Province:
KZN Inland
69/5
Sarah Barber 24 (25)
Sinelethu Yaso 2-10
Western Province 71/3 (13.3)
Jada Jacobs 40 (31) 7×4; Anri Grobbelaar 19 (27) *
Western Province won by 7 wickets

Mpumalanga vs North West:
Mpumalanga
45/6
Jacolien du Preez 18(36)
North West 46/0 (5.5)
Anica Swart 23 (21) *
Elandri Janse van Rensburg 15 (15)
North West won by 10 wickets 

South Western Districts vs Northern Cape:
SWD
90/7
Desone Albertyn 47 (54) 6×4
Lucian Swart 2-14; Lahwien Alben 3-15
Northern Cape 63/10 (16.3)
Lahwien Alben 10 (16)
Mariana Breedt 3-7; Faith de Jonk 2-6
South Western Districts won by 37 runs

Gauteng vs Easterns:
Northern Cape
99/3
Madison Landsman 46(43) 4×4; Carli Theron 29(57)
Gauteng 100/2 (12.3)
Kelebogile Seshabela 33 (32) 5×4; Kayla Abbott 29 (20) * 5×4
Mbali Sitole 1-18; Thato Maseko 1-15
Gauteng won by 8 wickets 

Photo 1 Caption: It was a fight for provincial pride on Day 4 of the CSA U19 Girls Tournament as Western Province displayed their dominance, earning a clean sweep of victories on Sunday, 19 November 2021. Photo: Supplied/Mark Ward

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