SOUTHERN CAPE NEWS - After rather disappointing performances in the Cricket South Africa T20 competition where it lost both matches, the South Western Districts Women's cricket team will be hoping for better results in the 50-over competition that kicks-off this weekend (November 2 and 3).
The SWD Women's team will travel to Port Elizabeth where it will take on Eastern Province in its opening match of the competition.
Coach, Eric Jacobs, will be hoping for an improvement on last season when the SWD won four of its ten matches. SWD with Western Province, Boland, Eastern Province, Border and Kei all form part of the West/East pool and will play a home and away format.
The SWD squad for the match is: Michelle Afrika (Oudtshoorn), Micaela Andrews (Oudtshoorn), Monique Booysen (Oudtshoorn), Jo-Anne Cloete (George), Bianca Figeland (George), Annemie Koen (George). Carina Krause (Oudtshoorn), Jenilee Manuel (Oudtshoorn), Kaylene Pypers (Oudtshoorn), Marnazelle Rabie (Oudtshoorn), Haroline Rhodes (Oudtshoorn), Julandi Saaiman (Oudtshoorn), Anja Steyn (Hessequa), Annuska Steyn (Hessequa), Bianca Taute (Oudtshoorn), Elzaan Pietersen (Mossel Bay), Chemon Michaels (Hessequa), Suretha Esterhuizen (George) and Janet Winster (Oudthoorn).
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