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  • SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICTS CRICKET (NON-PROFIT COMPANY)

    1. The Company is a Non-Profit Company as it is -
      • incorporated for a public benefit or other object as required by item 1(1) of Schedule 1 to the Companies Act; Proof of status needs to be submitted to CSA in due time.
      • consistent with the principles set out in items 1(2) to 1(9) of Schedule 1 to the Companies Act; and
      • is prohibited from directly or indirectly distributing any of its funds to any person (otherwise than in the course of carrying out its stated objects) and is required to solely utilise its funds for the purpose that it has been established.
    2. OBJECTS OF THE COMPANY
      • The main business of the Company is custodianship of all cricket activities which ultimately advance cricket in the area or jurisdiction.
      • In conducting its main business, the Company shall inter alia –
        • promote, organise, control and administer all aspects of cricket in the area of jurisdiction in compliance with CSA directives.
        • promote, provide for, regulate and manage all or any details or arrangements or other things as may be considered necessary or desirable for, or ancillary to, the comfort, conduct, convenience or benefit of cricket players and of the public or of any other persons concerned or engaged in or associated with Active Cricket;
        • co-ordinate and facilitate the development of cricket in the area of jurisdiction and to foster good relations among participants in cricket;
        • make, adopt, vary and publish rules, regulations and conditions for the management of Active Cricket and matters relating thereto, and to take all such steps as shall be deemed necessary or advisable for enforcing such rules, regulations and conditions;
        • co-operate with and implement directives from CSA relating to domestic and international competitions; the laws of the game generally, with respect to the administration of cricket in the region;
        • adopt codes of conduct and best practices in line with the Governance Code for Sport adopted by CSA, and do all other things to further the objects of the Company or as may be deemed incidental or conducive to the attainment of any of these objects.
    3. CONDITIONS
      • The Company -
        • must apply all of its assets and income, however derived, to advance its stated objects, as set out in its MOI; and
        • subject to clause 5.1.1, may -
          • acquire and hold securities issued by a profit company; or
          • directly or indirectly, alone or with any other person, carry on any business, trade or undertaking consistent with or ancillary to its stated objects.
      • The Company must not, directly or indirectly, pay any portion of its income or transfer any of its assets, regardless whether how the income or asset was derived, to any Person who is or was an incorporator of the Company, or who is a Director or an Affiliate Member, except -
        • as reasonable -
          • remuneration for goods delivered to, at the direction of, the Company; or
          • remuneration for services rendered to, at the direction of, the Company; or
          • payment of, or reimbursement for, reasonable expenses incurred to advance a stated object and/or the activities of the Company;
          • as a payment of an amount due and payable by the Company in terms of a bona fide agreement between the Company and that Person or another; or
          • as a payment in respect of any rights of that Person, to the extent that such rights are administered by the Company in order to advance a stated object of the Company; or
          • in respect of any legal obligation binding on the Company.
    4. POWERS AND CAPACITY OF THE COMPANY
      • The Company has the powers and capacity of an Individual save to the extent set out in the Companies Act and Regulations, as well as the limitations in clause 5. Notwithstanding the omission from this MOI of any provision to that effect, the Company may do anything which the Companies Act empowers a Non-Profit Company to do, even if not specifically so authorised by its MOI.
    5. MEMBERSHIP
      • Affiliated Members (Clubs)
        1. Albertinia Cricket Club
        2. Blanco Cricket Club
        3. Bongolethu Cricket Club
        4. Calitzdorp Young Stars Cricket Club
        5. Dysselsdorp Cricket Club
        6. George Cricket Club
        7. Harlequins Forces Cricket Club
        8. Hartenbos Cricket Club
        9. Headlines Cricket Club
        10. Heidelberg United Cricket Club
        11. Kranshoek Cobras Cricket Club
        12. Knysna Cavaliers Cricket Club
        13. Kwanonqaba Cricket Club
        14. Ladismith Cricket Club
        15. Madibaz George Cricket Club
        16. Mayflower Cricket Club
        17. Melkhoutfontein Cricket Club
        18. Mossel Bay Cricket Club
        19. Murraysburg Masakhane
        20. New Dawn Park Cricket Club
        21. Pacaltsdorp United Cricket Club
        22. Pirates United Cricket Club
        23. Pioneers Cricket Club
        24. Ramblers Cricket Club
        25. Riversdale Cricket Club
        26. St George's Cricket Club
        27. Sussex Cricket Club
        28. Thembalethu Cricket Club
        29. Uniondale Eagles Cricket Club
        30. Union Stars Cricket Club
        31. Western Hope Cricket Club
        32. Wilderness Cricket Club
      • Associate Members
        1. SWD Cricket Umpires Association
        2. SWD Cricket Scorers Association
        3. SWD Schools Cricket
        4. SWD Women’s Cricket Association


  • SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICTS CRICKET

    GENERAL OVERVIEW

    HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

    According to MW Luckin’s defining work on the history of South African cricket FA Morris records it as follows: “About 30 years ago (this was written in 1915 and we are thus talking about 1885) a few retired civil servants, who happened to settle in these parts, made strenuous efforts to raise enthusiasm in the inhabitants, and cricket started. The chief workers to this end were the late George Hudson (who was at one time British Resident in the Transvaal under the Republic) and Mr Frank Barry in Mossel Bay, and the late C Streetfield, in George. The result was that inter-village matches became the rule, and before long Oudtshoorn had raised a team and joined the circle. Many a happy day was spend traveling and many a close game resulted. Lob bowling seemed to be very effective in the old days from accounts of “old crocks”, Mr AJ Vincent once dismissing the whole Oudtshoorn side for 16 by this means.

    The Honorary Life-President of SWD Cricket, Mr Simon Swigelaar
    The Honorary Life-President of SWD Cricket, Mr Simon Swigelaar who served as President of the SWD Cricket Board – before and after unity

    “The first event of importance was the visit of Major Warton’s English team to Oudtshoorn (in 1889) where a match was played against 22 of the District.” This was not unusual in the fledgling days of South African cricket when provinces were simply not strong enough to take on the tourist man for man and put groups of 15 or 22 in the field to even things up. Morris continues to relate the foundation of SWD and its affiliation to the national body: “Mr Charlie Vincent’s arrival in Oudtshoorn helped to keep matters going, and in 1904, at the conclusion of the inter-village series of games, taking place in George, Mossel Bay and Oudtshoorn met and formed the SW Districts Cricket Union, inviting Riversdale and Uniondale to form a part, and then to apply to the SACA for affiliation. “Mr CH Vintcent was elected the first president, Mr AL Matthews vice-president and Mr F Nunneley honorary secretary and treasurer.

    The wisdom of this step has since been fully justified by results, as the SACA included tis union in the programme of English team visits in 1906 and 1913 (by which time the standard had improved for SWD to be represented by only 15 players), the first match ending in a draw, the SW Districts having only 39 to make to win with several wickets in hand. The MCC (as England were known in matches outside the Tests) in their first innings only scored 60, George Rodgers bowling magnificently, taking 5 wickets for 24. For this performance Mr Rodgers was presented with a bat by the MCC kipper.”

    Charles Vincent remains to this day far and away the best cricketer to have been produced by the SWD. Indeed, he was a remarkable all-round sportsman, one of the greatest ever produced by this country. He played in South Africa’s first three Tests against England in 1888/89 and 1991/92 as a left-handed all-rounder. But he was also a noted athlete, rugby and soccer player and a crack rifle shot. Soccer may well have been his best team game where he played on the left wing and there was no doubting his prowess as an athlete as he was the Transvaal champion from 100 yards up to 440 yards for the period from 1889 to 1891.

    Cricket in the SWD was managed and administered by two bodies in the pre-apartheid era. The establishment of the SWD Cricket Board (SWDCB) in 1991 brought about the organizational unity of all cricketers in the SWD for the first time after a century-and-a-half of segregation and division. Between 1991 and July 1998 the SWDCB was affiliated under the auspices of the Western Province Cricket Association as a Country Districts province.

    From July 1998 until the restructuring process of South African cricket (September 2003) the SWDCB was affiliated as a sub-union of the Boland Cricket Board. SWD was withdrawn from the South African Country Cricket Association (SACCA) competition between 1999 and 2000 and the provincial team only participated in the leagues of the Boland Cricket Board. After recommendations from a United Cricket Board of South Africa (UCBSA) – the United Cricket Board of South Africa was founded in 1991; in 2006 after a Constitutional change the name was changed to Cricket South Africa (CSA) - Commission (which was held in 2000), the SWDCB was funded directly from the UCBSA and was also re-introduced to the SACCA competition.

    SWD&srquo;s maiden first class match team
    SWD&srquo;s maiden first class match since unity – vs Border at Oudtshoorn in October 2006

    For the 2004/05- and 2005/06 seasons, after associated status was awarded to five new provinces (including South Western Districts) as part of the re-structuring process of South African cricket, SWD participated in the UCBSA Associates Amateur league competitions. As part of the re-structuring process SWD was geographically included as part of Cricket Eastern Cape (Warriors professional franchise). The SWDCB opened its first full time office in October 2004 in Oudtshoorn and cricket in the province was run for the first time on a day-to-day basis with Mr Albertus Kennedy appointed as the first General Manager. The Recreation Ground became the official home ground of the SWD Cricket.

    The General Council of the UCBSA approved a new format for amateur cricket, incorporating the associates with the eleven affiliated provinces, during February 2006. First class status was afforded to the Three Day competition and continuation of participation was subject to review. The 2006/07 season was followed by a review process by CSA – as from July 2006 the newly adopted Constitutional name of the governing body of South African cricket – on the progress of associate provinces.

    The outcome was that SWD was allowed to continue competing in the CSA Provincial Challenge competitions. As from the 2009/10 season SWD participated in the CSA U/19 Three Day competition. As from the 2011/12 season SWD entered a new dispensation of semi-professionalism with contracted players.

    The first SWD academy intake in 2010
    The first SWD academy intake in 2010

    At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of CSA that was held in Port Elizabeth on August, 20th 2011 the CSA Board of Directors awarded conditional Affiliate status to the SWDCB. CSA recognizes that positive endeavours of the SWDCB that amplifies the vision of CSA of making cricket accessible to all. CSA reported the following observations as applicable to the SWDCB following an Affiliate Status Audit:

    • The operational structures as presented reflected a well-oiled machine focused on delivery in an effective and efficient manner. Much effort has been made to facilitate the mainstreaming of Black African Cricketers within their sphere of influence.
    • The activities of the platoon of coaches are tracked on a daily basis against a year plan. A database exist for all the persons involved in cricket activities, i.e. players coaches, match officials. This has translated into favourable results of the SWD provincial team where they achieved position fifth and six in the respective CSA Provincial Competitions. A clear cricket development pipeline is evident.
    • The SWD Administration developed strong relationships with their local communities and more so with the local municipalities.
    • The growth of SWDCB in its infancy as a rural Sub Union of Boland in 2001 to its current position of an exemplary Associate member embodies the energy, vision of the young but involved collective leadership that permeates throughout the cricket community and the business community at large.
    SWD Cricket received the Award as Western Cape Sport Federation of the Year in 2015
    SWD Cricket received the Award as Western Cape Sport Federation of the Year in 2015

    On February, 2nd 2013, at the AGM of CSA, the Board Directors approved SWD’s application as the twelfth full affiliate member of CSA.

    AREA OF JURISDICTION

    The geographical area stretches from Swellendam and Ladismith in the west to Plettenberg Bay and Uniondale in the east and Murraysburg in the north.

    ADOPTION OF STRATEGIC PLAN

    The SWDCB Executive Committee, in April 2010, adopted a strategic plan as an attempt by the SWD Cricket Board to enunciate the ideas which will drive the initiatives of the Province over the next four years. It is, in essence, a statement of where the province would like to be at the end of 2014 and how the Board anticipate getting there. The plan is driven by the Province’s Vision and Mission Statements and all the strategic directives are derived from these statements.

    A strategic plan for the organization has been revised in April 2015 and members adopted the following after the Strategic workshop:

    Vision and Mission of SWDC

    A vision statement for the organization has been discussed and members adopted the following: LEADERS through EXCELLENCE in CRICKET

    Mission statement of the organization: SWD creates a platform that is conducive for stakeholders to excel through an integrated approach in:

    • Corporate Governance;
    • Operational Excellence;
    • Sustainable Development

    Strategic Directives

    The seven strategic directives identified in April 2010 have been reduced to four in the 2015 strategic planning session. These directives will in its effective implementation constitute the major issues to be addressed by the strategic planning process over the next few years.

    These are:

    Strategic Directive 1 – Ensuring Commercial Growth, focusing on Branding and Financial Sustainability;
    Strategic Directive 2 – Establishing and maintaining operational excellence through effective systems and structures;
    Strategic Directive 3 – Good Governance through Visionary and Accountable Leadership;
    Strategic Directive 4 – Successful Cricket Development and ensuring Mass Participation in cricket

    OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE

    The SWD Cricket has:

    • A structure of communication/liaison with the Provincial Government sports body.
    • An accurate and efficient administration, recording and accounting system;
    • A coordinated and developed general coaching programme;
    • A coordinated and developed system of talent identification and coaching for talented cricketers qualified to play for the association;
    • A coordinated and developed programme to train coaches, umpires, groundsman and scorers;
    • A coordinated and developed system to organize special events, to develop cricket awareness within the local population;

    In 2010 SWD Cricket presented the first academy in the history of the province. The aim of this academy is to focus on the improvement of life and cricket skills of elite cricket players in the province.

    CSA, at their AGM in October 2014, also honoured SWD Cricket pioneer and icon, Simon Swigelaar, when he became only the fourth Life Member of CSA.

    The SWD Women&srquo;s team
    The SWD Women&srquo;s team who won the Inter-Provincial tournament in Kimberley in the 2008/09 season

    Hosting of Events:

    • Standard Bank U/13 Week (2006)
    • Girls U/19 National Week (2007 and 2012)
    • PG Bison U/15 National Week (2008)
    • CSA U/15 National Week (2014)
    • CSA Momentum U/13 Week (2017)
    • SA Sports Association for the Intellectually Impaired Triangular Tournament between South Africa, England and Australia in 2005 – of which SWD was a co-host.
    • USSA B-Week (2012)
    • CSA Academies Tournament 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
    • CSA Franchise Academies Tournament 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019
    • Africa T20 Cup 2016 (Recreation Ground) & 2018 (Recreation Ground & Bridgton Sports Ground)
    SWD hosted the Africa T20 Cup final in Oudtshoorn in October 2016
    SWD hosted the Africa T20 Cup final in Oudtshoorn in October 2016 with Eastern Province that were crowned the champions after they defeated Northern Cape in the final

    New Office Complex

    In April 2011 the sod-turning ceremony for the Construction of a new office complex was held at the Recreation Ground in Oudtshoorn. This project was made possible via funding (R2,7 million) from the National Lotteries Board. Phase 1 – the construction of a Club house, President Suite and Offices was completed in October 2012. The construction contract was awarded to Henk Harmse Wonings CC with Johan Smith Architects as advisory consultant and architect for the project.

    Phase 2, the construction of dressing rooms – adjacent to the existing structure – started in May 2012 and was completed in October 2012. The National Lotteries Board and SA Sports Trust provided financial support for this project. The facilities were constructed at the land/property of the Municipality of Oudtshoorn. Over the years the SWD Cricket established strong relations with the local government authorities in Oudtshoorn. The municipality has invested towards the striving for excellence of SWD Cricket and contributed both in terms of capital investments and maintenance by ensuring an adequate first-class facility.

    In April 2011 the sod-turning ceremony for the Construction of a new office complex was held at the Recreation Ground in Oudtshoorn
    In April 2011 the sod-turning ceremony for the Construction of a new office complex was held at the Recreation Ground in Oudtshoorn

    The newly completed facility at the Recreation Ground
    The newly completed facility at the Recreation Ground

    The construction of the new facilities is a symbol of growth in an exciting period in the history of SWD Cricket and contributes towards the objective of SWD Cricket to become a full affiliate of Cricket South Africa. The new facility will allow SWD Cricket to host high profile cricket matches and attract big crowds and enhance the total image of cricket in the region.

    Operational Excellence for SWD Cricket

    SWD Cricket was rewarded upon completion of the 2014/15 season for its operational structures and programs during the 2014/15 season. The affiliate ended third overall when CSA announced the final results of the 2014/15 Operational Model Incentive Scorecard and the related incentive payments to category winners. SWD, who finished behind Northers (1st) and North West (2nd) also, received a significant financial incentive after achieving a minimum qualifying score of 75% on the points scale.

    Tyrece Karelse in action
    Tyrece Karelse in action during the 2020 ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup that was held in South Africa during January & February 2020

    As agreed by all the affiliate and associates, the purpose of the Incentive model is to drive improvement in several areas and to provide Members with an opportunity to be recognized and rewarded for performance. The primary purpose of the Scorecard is to measure performance in order to reward members who exceeded basic delivery requirements of the CSA funding objectives.

    Over and above measuring and rewarding excellence, one of the main aims of the Scorecard is to establish the level of delivery of each member in the specific programmes/activities related to the Operational Model. Accordingly, it is important for CSA to ensure the completed Scorecard reflects fairly the level of activity and delivery by each Member during the 2014/15 financial year.

    Black African Cricket Development Program

    Our historic and moral duty is to ensure that cricket grows and flourishes among the truly disadvantaged of society, with the recognition that the majority of disadvantaged come from our Black African communities. This involves a commitment to develop the potential among our Black African people at all levels of the game.

    This program – that was introduced in 2008 - will ensure a structure from where Black African cricket will be developed by firstly identifying potential primary schools and high schools to create a feeder system for players to create a club cricket system in designated areas. At present three Black African clubs namely Bongolethu, Thembalethu and Kwanonqaba are affiliated to SWD Cricket. A focus school project also started at Imizama Yethu in Thembalethu since 2016 and included PW Botha College in 2018.

    Mthobeli Bangindawo
    In 2016 Mthobeli Bangindawo became the first player who emerged through the Black African Development program to represent SWD at first class level.

    FOUNDATION OF SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICTS – NON-PROFITABLE COMPANY

    In an historic process as part of the transition of South Western Districts Cricket as a Non-Profitable Company (NPC) the Board of Directors of the Company was elected at the Annual General Meeting that was held in Oudtshoorn on Saturday of South Western Districts Cricket was held on Saturday September, 6th 2014. At an earlier Special General Meeting the Council approved for the administrative process to start in dissolving SWD Cricket Board with the aim to form SWD Cricket NPC. On dissolution the business and activities including all assets, liabilities and contracts will be transferred to SWD Cricket NPC.

    Mr Rudy Claassen, who served as President of the South Western Districts Cricket Board since 2004, was elected as the first chairperson of the Board.

    Twelve directors, of which five are independent members, were elected by the newly constituted Members Council that consist out of all the affiliated members and associated bodies. The following members were elected/appointment to serve on the Board of Directors:

    Rudy Claassen (Chairperson), John Komanisi (Vice-Chairperson), Enrico Bell, Gerry Gertse, Shael Laminie, Llewellyn Louw and Calvyn Scheepers (all Non-Independent Directors). Franco Coerecius, Ms Jenny Kiewit, Warren Muller and Rustin Constance (all Independent Directors). The election took place in accordance with the Memorandum of Incorporation that was adopted at a Special General Meeting that was held on July, 19th 2014.

    The SWD Board of Directors: 2015/16
    The SWD Board of Directors: 2015/16

    OTHER NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS

    Western Cape Sport Council: Federation of the Year (2015)
    Eden Sport Council: Federation of the Year (2006, 2011, 2013, 2015 & 2016)

    Miceala Andrews – CSA Girl&srquo;s Cricketer of the Season (2014/15)
    Miceala Andrews – CSA Girl&srquo;s Cricketer of the Season (2014/15)

    Cricket South Africa Annual Awards:
    Gurshwin Rabie: CSA Provincial Three Day player (2010/11)
    Ross McMillan: CSA Provincial One Day player (2010/11)

    Gurshwin Rabie
    Gurshwin Rabie
    CSA Provincial Three-Day Player of the Season: 2010/11
    Ross McMillan
    Ross McMillan
    CSA Provincial One Day player of the Season (2010/11)

    Simon Swigelaar: Khaya Majola Lifetime Achievement (2011/12)
    Marcello Piedt: CSA Provincial Three Day player (2011/12)
    Ross McMillan: CSA Provincial T20 player (2013/14)
    Miceala Andrews: CSA U19 Girls Player of the Season (2014/15)
    Elridge Booysen: Pitchvision RPC Coach of the Year (2017/18)
    Bradley Manewill: CSA Intelectually Impaired Player of the Season (2018/19)
    Haroline Rhodes: CSA Forces Women&srquo;s Player of the Season (2019/20)

    Sammy-Joe Avontuur
    Sammy-Joe Avontuur
    CSA Academy Intake 2008
    Jean du Plessis
    Jean du Plessis
    SA U/19 – 2019
    Bernadine Bezuidenhout
    Bernadine Bezuidenhout
    SA Schools Girl&srquo;s U/19 2009-2011
    Ross McMillan
    Jean Heunis
    SA Colts 2012

    SWD’s INCLUSION AS PART OF WESTERN CAPE CRICKET

    Starting in 2004 when Associate status was awarded to SWD Cricket, SWD formed part of the Cricket Eastern Cape structure. Discussions with the two shareholders of Western Cape Cricket, namely Western Province and Boland, started in October 2014 and in March 2015 Western Cape Cricket (Pty) Ltd agreed to the inclusion of SWD as part of Western Cape Cricket and the delinking from Eastern Cape Cricket.

    The Cape Cobras played their first franchise match at the Recreation Ground in January 2017
    The Cape Cobras played their first franchise match at the Recreation Ground in January 2017 and onwards SWD hosted matches in accordance with the allocations as agreed with the franchise.

    PRESIDENTS, SWD PLAYER OF THE SEASON, LEAGUE WINNERS AND STATISTICAL INFORMATION

    PRESIDENTS OF SWD CRICKET BOARD

    Mr T. (Tim) HennessyJune 1991 - December 1991
    Mr S.P. (Simon) SwigelaarJanuary 1992 - July 1994
    Mr E.R. (Eric) van der VyverJuly 1994 - July 1995
    Mr R.H. (Ivan) SinghJuly 1995 - July 1999
    Mr C.A. (Albertus) KennedyJuly 1999 - September 2004
    Mr R.S. (Rudy) ClaassenSeptember 2004 - 6 September 2014

    PRESIDENT/CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD – SWD CRICKET NPC

    Mr R.S. (Rudy) Claassen6 September 2014 - Present
    STANDARD BANK TROPHY
    SWD PLAYER OF THE SEASON
    SeasonWinners
    2003/04Pieter Stuurman
    2004/05David Pryke
    2005/06David Pryke
    2006/07Nathan Murray
    2007/08Jonathan Beukes
    2008/09Nigel Brouwers
    2009/10Gerhard Strydom
    2010/11Ross McMillan
    2011/12Gurshwin Rabie
    2012/13Marcello Piedt
    2013/14Ross McMillan
    2014/15Gurshwin Rabie
    2015/16Brendon Louw
    2016/17Andrea Agathangelou
    2017/18Obus Pienaar
    2018/19Obus Pienaar
    2019/20Tsepo Ndwandwa
    2020/21Jean Du Plessis
    SWD WOMEN&srquo;S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    SeasonCarina Crause
    2004/05Elana Basson
    2005/06Carina Crause
    2006/07Annemie Koen
    2007/08Annemie Koen
    2008/09Rebecca Grundy
    2009/10Monique Booysen
    2010/11Annemie Koen
    2011/12Jané Winster
    2012/13Gail Abrahams
    2013/14Miceala Andrews
    2014/15Annemie Koen
    2015/16Heroline Rhodes
    2016/17Elzaan Pietersen
    2017/18Miceala Andrews
    2018/19Jané Winster
    2019/20Miceala Andrews
    2020/21Jané Winster

    LEAGUE WINNERS

    PETERSEN TROPHY
    PREMIER-LEAGUE: LIMITED OVERS COMPETITION
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    1991/92GeorgeGolden Orioles
    1992/93GeorgeGolden Orioles
    1993/94Golden OriolesGeorge
    1994/95Golden OriolesGeorge
    1995/96Union StarsGeorge
    1996/97GeorgeUnion Stars
    1997/98KnysnaPacaltsdorp United
    1998/99KnysnaUnion Stars
    1999/2000SussexKnysna Cavaliers
    2000/01GeorgePacaltsdorp United
    2001/02Western HopeGeorge
    2002/03Union StarsKnysna Cavaliers
    2003/04Union StarsSussex
    2004/05Pacaltsdorp UnitedUnion Stars
    2005/06Union StarsKnysna Cavaliers
    2006/07Union StarsGeorge
    2007/08GeorgeUnion Stars
    2008/09George & Pacaltsdorp United
    (Trophy Shared)
     
    2009/10Union StarsMossel Bay
    2010/11Union StarsGeorge
    2011/12Union StarsSussex
    2012/13Union StarsHarlequins Forces
    2013/14NMMU (George)Union Stars
    2014/15Union StarsMossel Bay
    2015/16Union StarsNMMU (George)
    2016/17Union StarsPirates United
    2017/18Union StarsGeorge
    2018/19NMU (George)George
    2019/20GeorgeUnion Stars
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    SWD CRICKET BOARD TROPHY
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2000/01Two Day League: Western HopeMossel Bay
    2001/02Two Day League: Western Hope & George (Trophy shared) 
    2003/0460-Over Competition: Union StarsPacaltsdorp United
    2004/05Two-Day Regional League: Mossel Bay XIOudtshoorn XI
    2005/06Two-Day Regional League: Oudtshoorn XIGeorge XI
    2006/07Two Day League: Union Stars & Pacaltsdorp United (Trophy shared) 
    2007/08Two Day League: Union Stars (No Final played) 
    2008/09Two Day League: Union Stars & Pacaltsdorp United (Trophy shared) 
    EDEN DISTRICT MUNCIPALITY FLOATING TROPHY
    TWENTY/20 KNOCK-OUT COMPETITION
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2008/09Pacaltsdorp UnitedGeorge
    2009/10Union StarsGeorge
    2010/11RamblersMossel Bay
    2011/12GeorgeUnion Stars
    2012/13SussexUnion Stars
    2013/14Union StarsSussex
    2014/15Union StarsMossel Bay
    2015/16Union StarsMossel Bay
    2016/17Union StarsHarlequins Forces
    2017/18Mossel BayGeorge
    2018/19GeorgePioneers
    2019/20GeorgeHarlequins Forces
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    GARDEN ROUTE AUCTIONEERS FLOATING TROPHY
    PROMOTION LEAGUE
    Season WinnersRunners-Up
    1995/96Western Hope ‘B’Pacaltsdorp United ‘B’
    1996/97LadismithDysselsdorp
    1997/98RiversdaleLadismith
    1998/99RamblersOudtshoorn Defence
    1999/2000Heidelberg UnitedMayflower
    2000/01Oudtshoorn DefenceLadismith
    2001/02Knysna CavaliersHeidelberg United
    2002/03Union Stars ‘B’Ladismith
    2003/04Heidelberg UnitedUnion Stars ‘B’
    2004/05Union Stars ‘B’Union Stars ‘C’
    2005/06Union Stars ‘C’Knysna Cavaliers ‘B’
    2006/07George‘B’Union Stars ‘B’
    2007/08Pirates UnitedHartenbos
    2008/09RamblersPioneers
    2009/10Knysna CavaliersBlanco
    2010/11Harlequins ForcesPirates United
    2011/12Pirates UnitedMelkhoutfontein
    2012/13NMMU (George)Mayflower
    2013/14Blanco UnitedThembalethu
    2014/15Western HopeRamblers
    2015/16RamblersBongolethu
    2016/17PioneersMayflower
    2017/18Knysna CavaliersBlanco
    2018/19ThembalethuRiversdale
    2019/20SussexMossel Bay
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    PROMOTION LEAGUE: DIVISION 2
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2019/20New Dawn ParkHartenbos
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    J.O.H. SCRIBA TROPHY
    RECREATION LEAGUE
    SeasonWinners
    2000/01Golden Orioles
    2001/02Saasveld Technicon
    2002/03Saasveld Technicon
    2003/04Saasveld Technikon
    2004/05Hartenbos
    2005/06Hartenbos
    2006/07Mossel Bay ‘B’
    J.O.H. SCRIBA TROPHY
    RESERVE LEAGUE
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2007/08George ‘C’Union Stars ‘B’
    2008/09 Union Stars ‘B’Pacaltsdorp United ‘B’
    2009/10 Mossel Bay ‘B’Sussex ‘B’
    2010/11 Ramblers ‘B’George ‘B’
    2011/12Ramblers ‘B’Union Stars ‘B’
    2012/13Union Stars ‘B’Union Stars ‘C’
    2013/14Union Stars ‘B’Union Stars ‘C’
    2014/15Union Stars ‘B’Mossel Bay ‘B’
    2015/16Union Stars ‘C’Western Hope ‘B’
    2016/17Ramblers ‘B’Union Stars ‘B’
    2017/18Union Stars ‘B’George ‘B’
    2018/19Union Stars ‘B’George ‘B’
    2019/20Union Stars ‘C’Mossel Bay ‘B’
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    SWD WOMEN’S LEAGUE
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2004/05GeorgeMossel Bay
    2005/06GeorgeMossel Bay
    2006/07GeorgeOudtshoorn
    2007/08GeorgeMossel Bay
    2008/09GeorgeSWD U/18’
    2009/10Mossel BayGeorge
    2010/11OudtshoornMossel Bay
    2011/12OudtshoornGeorge
    2012/13OudtshoornHessequa
    2013/14OudtshoornHessequa
    2014/15Union StarsRamblers
    2015/16Union StarsHarlequins Forces
    2016/17Union StarsWestern Hope
    2017/18Union StarsMossel Bay
    2018/19Union StarsHarlequins
    2019/20Union StarsHarlequins
    2020/21No competition: Covid-19
    SWD WOMEN’S LEAGUE: PROMOTION LEAGUE (TWENTY/20)
    SeasonWinnersRunners-Up
    2019/20GeorgeThembalethu
    AFFILIATE MEMBERS
    NrClubMunicipal AreaDate of Membership
    1Albertinia CCHessequa06/09/2014
    2Blanco CCGeorge06/09/2014
    3Bongolethu CCOudtshoorn06/09/2014
    4Calitzdorp Young Stars CCKannaland06/09/2014
    5Dysselsdorp CCOudtshoorn06/09/2014
    6George CCGeorge06/09/2014
    7Harlequins Forces CCOudtshoorn06/09/2014
    8Hartenbos CCMossel Bay11/08/2015
    9Heidelberg CCHessequa06/09/2014
    10Knysna Cavaliers CCBitou06/09/2014
    11Kranshoek Cobra&srquo;s CCBitou06/09/2014
    12Kwanonqaba CCMossel Bay06/09/2014
    13Ladismith CCKannaland06/09/2014
    14Madibaz George CCGeorge06/09/2014
    15Masakhane CCCentral Karoo19/09/2018
    16Mayflower CCMossel Bay06/09/2014
    17Melkhoutfontein CCHessequa06/09/2014
    18Mossel Bay CCMossel Bay06/09/2014
    19New Dawn Park CCGeorge11/08/2015
    20Pacalsdorp United CCGeorge06/09/2014
    21Pirates United CCBitou06/09/2014
    22Plettenberg Bay Pioneers CCBitou06/09/2014
    23Riversdale CCHessequa06/09/2014
    24Ramblers CCGeorge06/09/2014
    25Slang River CCHessequa06/09/2014
    26St George&srquo;s CCGeorge26/07/2017
    27Sussex CCMossel Bay06/09/2014
    28Thembalethu CCGeorge06/09/2014
    29Union Stars CCOudtshoorn06/09/2014
    30Uniondale Eagles CCGeorge30/07/2016
    31Western Hope CCOudtshoorn06/09/2014
    32Wilderness Vipers CCGeorge06/09/2014
    ASSOSIATE BODIES
    AssociationDate of Membership
    SWD Umpires Association06/09/2014
    SWD Scorers Association06/09/2014
    SWD Women&srquo;s Cricket Association01/10/2015
    Eden Schools Sport: Cricket06/09/2014
  • South Western Districts Cricket

    VISION

    LEADERS through EXCELLENCE in CRICKET

    MISSION

    SWD creates a platform that is conducive for stakeholders to excel through an integrated approach in:

    • Corporate Governance
    • Operational Excellence
    • Sustainable Development
  • TERMS OF REFERENCE


    BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    APPOINTMENT OF BOARD COMMITTEES

    CRICKET COMMITTEE

    AUDIT & RISK COMMITTEE

    SOCIAL AND ETHICS COMMITTEE

    CRICKET PIPELINE COMMITTEE

    FINANCE AND COMMERCIAL COMMITTEE

    HR REMUNERATION COMMITTEE

    TRANSFORMATION COMMITTEE


    BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    MR MICHAEL EKSTEEN
    MR MICHAEL EKSTEEN
    PRESIDENT
    MR CARLOS KOEBERG
    MR CARLOS KOEBERG
    VICE-PRESIDENT
    MR ALBERTUS KENNEDY
    MR ALBERTUS KENNEDY
    CEO
    ADV MICHELLE WEYERS
    ADV MICHELLE WEYERS
    NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MS KATRISHA STRYDOM
    MS KATRISHA STRYDOM
    NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR CLYDE AVONTUUR
    MR CLYDE AVONTUUR
    NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR LUZUKO MRALASI
    MR LUZUKO MRALASI
    NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR MORNAY STUURMAN
    MR MORNAY STUURMAN
    NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

     

    MR REGINALD SALMONS
    MR REGINALD SALMONS
    INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR MAURICE ELLIS
    MR MAURICE ELLIS
    INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR JEAN-PIERRE ROSSOUW
    MR JEAN-PIERRE ROSSOUW
    INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR LOYISO SHOTO
    MR LOYISO SHOTO
    INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR
    MR ROSS McMILLAN
    MR ROSS McMILLAN
    INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

    SELECTION COMMITTEE

    ASSOCIATED BODIES

    MR MARIO JANSEN
    MR MARIO JANSEN
    CHAIRMAN SWD UMPIRES ASSOCIATION
    MR JONATHAN CARELSE
    MR JONATHAN CARELSE
    CHAIRMAN SWD SCHOOLS SPORT CRICKET
    MR VERLON PETERS
    MR VERLON PETERS
    CHAIRPERSON OF SWD SCORERS ASSOCIATION

    Financial & Commercial Committee

    Chairperson: Mr Ross McMillan (Independent Director)
    Mr Mornay Stuurman (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Luzuko Mralasi (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Jean-Pierre Rossouw (Independent Director)
    Mr Philip Nel
    Mr Shael Laminie (Senior Financial Accountant) - Ex officio

    Human Resources and Remuneration Committee

    Chairman: Mr Reginald Salmons (Independent Director)
    Mr Micheal Eksteen (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Carlos Koeberg (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Loyiso Shoto (Non-Independent Director)

    Social & Ethics Committee

    Chairman: Mr Maurice Ellis (Independent Director)
    Mr Clyde Avontuur (Independent Director)
    Adv Michelle Weyers (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Reginald Salmons (Independent Director)

    Transformation Committee

    Chairman: Mr Loyiso Shoto (Independent Director)
    Ms Katrisha Strydom (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Luzuko Mralasi (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Victor Sijaji
    Ms Stephnie McKay (Transformation Officer)
    Chairperson of SWD Cricket Umpires Association-, SWD Cricket Scorers Association, Eden Schools Sport Cricket (as invitees)

    Audit & Risk Committee

    (as appointed by the Members' Council)
    Chairman: Mr Jean-Pierre Rossouw (Independent Director)
    Mr Ross McMillan (Independent Director
    Mr Clyde Avontuur (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Maurice Ellis (Independent Director)
    Mr Shael Laminie (Senior Financial Accountant) - Ex officio

    Cricket Pipeline Committee

    Chairman: Adv Michelle Weyers (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Jonathan Carelse (Eden Schools Cricket)
    Mr Mornay Stuurman (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Mario Jansen (Chairman: SWD Cricket Umpires Association)
    Mr Verlon Peters (Chairman: SWD Cricket Scorers Association)
    Mr Gary Moos (Cricket Services Manager) - Ex officio

    Cricket Committee

    Chairman: Mr Carlos Koeberg (Non-Independent Director)
    Ms Katrisha Strydom (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr André Olivier (SWDC Umpires Association)
    Mr Michael Eksteen (Non-Independent Director)
    Mr Ross McMillan (Independent Director)
    Mr Gary Moos (Cricket Services Manager) - Ex officio

    Coach Education Committee

    Chairman: Mr Reginald Salmons
    Mr Dandrick Moodien (Schools Cricket representative)
    Mr Gary Moos (Cricket Services Manager)
    Mr Charles Clacher (Coach Education Manager)
    Ms Stephnie McKay (Youth Cricket Coordinator)
    Mr Elridge Booysen (Hubs representative)
    Mr Pieter Stuurman (Club Cricket Coordinator)

    Note: The Chief Executive Officer, Mr Albertus Kennedy, is an ex-officio member on all Board Committees


    PROVINCIAL COACHES

    GURSHWIN RABIE
    GURSHWIN RABIE
    HEAD COACH: Senior Men
    MARTELIZE VAN DER MERWE
    MARTELIZE VAN DER MERWE
    HEAD COACH: Senior Women & Girls U/19
    MR WYNAND DE RIDDER
    MR WYNAND DE RIDDER
    HEAD COACH: Academy & U/19 Boys

    AUDITORS

    Mazars George

    132 Mitchell Street, George, 6529
    PO Box 963, George, 6530
    TEL: +27 (0)44 874 5022
    EMAIL: grg@mazars.co.za
    WEB: www.mazars.co.za


    SWD ORGANOGRAM

    Click image below for document
    SWD Organogram

     


  • Chief Executive Officer
    Albertus Kennedy
    Albertus Kennedy
    albertusk@cricket.co.za
    Cricket Services Manager
    Gary Moos
    Gary Moos
    garym@cricket.co.za
    Senior Financial Accountant
    Shael Laminie
    Shael Laminie
    shaell@cricket.co.za

    HR Administrator and Executive Assistant
    Zenobia Nel
    Zenobia Nel
    zenobian@cricket.co.za
    Office Administrator

    Sandra Campher
    Sandra Campher
    sandras@cricket.co.za
    Head Coach: Senior Men

    Gurshwin Rabie
    Gurshwin Rabie
    gurshwinr@cricket.co.za

    Assistant Coach

    Jason Maswanganyi
    Jason Maswanganyi
    jasonm@cricket.co.za
    Strength & Conditioning Coach

    Tyler Easton
    Tyler Easton
    tylere@cricket.co.za
    Physiotherapist:
    Senior Women

    Innis Erasmus
    Innis Erasmus
    innis.era@gmail.com

    Clubs- &
    Facilities Co-ordinator

    Pieter Stuurman
    Pieter Stuurman
    pieters@cricket.co.za
    Youth Cricket
    Co-ordinator

    Stephnie Mckay
    Stephnie Mckay
    stephniem@cricket.co.za
    Women’s Head
    Coach

      Martelize van der Merwe
    Martelize van der Merwe
    martelizev@cricket.co.za

    Senior Provincial
    Women’s Team Strength
    & Conditioning Coach

    Anver Venter
    Anver Venter
    anverventer@gmail.com
    Academy & U/19 Head
    Coach

     
    Wynand de Ridder
    Wynand de Ridder
    wynandd@cricket.co.za
    Boys U/16 Boys’ Pathway Coach & KFC Mini
    Cricket Coordinator

    Merlin Masimela
    Merlin Masimela
    merlinm@cricket.co.za

    Bridgton Hub
    Head Coach

    Elridge Booysen
    Elridge Booysen
    bridgton@cricket.co.za
    Bridgton Hub
    Assistant Coach

    Eduard Strydom
    Eduard Strydom
    eduards@cricket.co.za
    Rosemoore Hub Assistant
    Douglas Baartman
    Douglas Baartman
    baartmandouglas@gmail.com

    D'Almeida Hub Head Coach
    Ranwill Claassen
    Ranwill Claassen
    ranwillc@gmail.com
    D'Almeida Hub Assistant
    Devin Muller
    Devin Muller
    devin.muller1@gmail.com
    D'Almeida Hub Assistant
    Godwin Plaatjies
    Godwin Plaatjies
    godwinp1985@gmail.com

    Thembalethu Hub Head
    Lastword Tapfumaneyi
    Lastword Tapfumaneyi
    thembalethu@cricket.co.za
    Thembalethu Hub Assistant
    Siyabonga Mbathane
    Siyabonga Mbathane
    mbathanesiya@gmail.com
    Thembalethu Hub Assistant
    Joseph Sonti
    Joseph Sonti
    mjsonti@gmail.com

    Rosemoore Hub Head
    Angus Roelfse
    Angus Roelfse
    angusr@cricket.co.za
    Rosemoore Hub Assistant
    Bianca Figeland
    Bianca Figeland
    bfigeland9@gmail.com
    Rosemoore Hub Assistant
    vacant
    Bradley Carolus
    bradcarolus@gmail.com

    Head Groundsman
    Marco Donson
    Marco Donson
    marcod@cricket.co.za
    Assistant Groundsman
    Emile Titus
    Emile Titus

    SWD Groundstaff
    SWD Groundstaff

  • SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICTS CRICKET BOARD
    STATISTICAL INFORMATION: 2019/20


    MINI CRICKET

    Number of SchoolsNumber of BoysNumber of GirlsMale CoachesFemale Coaches
    1597,9411,651284569

    JUNIOR (PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS CRICKET)

    Number of Primary SchoolsNumber of High SchoolsNumber of Players
    (U/13 – U/19)
    Junior Girls Players
    2155611,127450

    SENIOR CRICKET (CLUBS)

    Number of ClubsSenior PlayersWomen PlayersNumber of ScorersNumber of Umpires
    321,8272406644
  • Clubs Information 2015


    Schools Information 2015


    • The geographical area (as determined by Cricket South Africa) of the SWDC stretches from Swellendam and Ladismith in the west to Plettenberg Bay and Uniondale in the east and Murraysburg in the north.
    • Major Towns (population):
      1George(194 000)
      2Oudtshoorn(96 000)
      3Mossel Bay(89 000 )
      4Knysna(69 000)
    SWD Area Map
Sunfoil Provincial 3 Day Competition
15-17 October 2015vsNamibia (Windhoek)
22-24 October 2015vsEastern Province (Oudtshoorn)
29-31 Oct 2015vsKwaZulu Natal (Durban)
5-7 November 2015vsNorth West (Oudtshoorn)
19-21 November 2015vsNortherns (Pretoria)
10-12 December 2015vsFree State (Oudtshoorn)
14-16 January 2016vsWestern Province (Cape Town)
21-23 January 2016vsBorder (Oudtshoorn)
11-13 February 2016vsGauteng (Oudtshoorn)
18-20 February 2016vsGriqualand West (Kimberley)
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CSA Provincial 50 Over Competition
1 November 2015vsKwaZulu Natal (Durban)
8 November 2015vsNorth West (Oudtshoorn)
22 November 2015vsNortherns (Pretoria)
17 January 2016vsWestern Province (Cape Town)
24 January 2016vsBorder (Oudtshoorn)
21 February 2016vsGriqualand West (Kimberley)
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CSA Provincial T20 Competition
18 October 2015vsNamibia (Windhoek)
25 October 2015vsEastern Province (Oudtshoorn)
13 December 2015vsFree State (Oudtshoorn)
14 February 2016vsGauteng (Oudtshoorn)
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CSA Women's Provincial Competition
31 October 2015vsKei (Oudtshoorn)50 over
1 November 2015vsKei (Oudtshoorn)T20
7 November 2015vsEastern Province (Port Elizabeth)50 over
8 November 2015vsEastern Province (Port Elizabeth)T20
21 November 2015vsBorder (Oudtshoorn)50 over
22 November 2015vsBorder (Oudtshoorn)T20
15 February 2016vsGriquas (Kimberley)50 over
16 February 2016vsGriquas (Kimberley)T20
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Other notable dates
10-14 December 2015U13 Boys Week (Johannesburg)
10-14 December 2015U15 Boys Week (East London)
11-15 December 2015U17 Boys Week (Pietermaritzburg)
11-15 December 2015U19 Girls Week (Durban)
16-20 December 2015U19 Coca Cola Khaya Majola Week (Port Elizabeth)
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Sunfoil Series 2015/16

As at 25 January 2016

TeamPWLTiedDBatBowlPenaltyPts
The Unlimited Titans5310118.620068.6
bizhub Highveld Lions5300216.0617063.06
VKB Knights5320012.2819061.28
Sunfoil Dolphins5120212.513040.5
Cape Cobras5120211.117038.1
Warriors504016.4811022.48

Bonus points are awarded an the first 100 overs of each team's first innings as follows:
Batting: 1 point on reaching 150 and 0.02 points for each run thereafter
Bowling: 1 point for taking 3 wkts, 2 for 5 wkts, 3 for 7 wkts and 4 for 9 wkts.

Remaining matches
3-6 MarWarriors v Sunfoil DolphinsEast London
3-6 Marbizhub Highveld Lions v Cape CobrasPotchefstroom
3-6 MarThe Unlimited Titans v VKB KnightsCenturion
10-13 MarCape Cobras v WarriorsPaarl
10-13 MarSunfoil Dolphins v The Unlimited TitansDurban
10-13 Marbizhub Highveld Lions v VKB KnightsJohannesburg
18-21 MarSunfoil Dolphins v bizhub Highveld LionsPietermaritzburg
18-21 MarVKB Knights v Cape CobrasBloemfontein
18-21 MarWarriors v The Unlimited TitansPort Elizabeth
31 Mar - 3 AprCape Cobras v Sunfoil DolphinsCape Town
31 Mar - 3 AprVKB Knights v WarriorsKimberley
31 Mar - 3 AprThe Unlimited Titans v bizhub Highveld LionsCenturion
7-10 AprCape Cobras v The Unlimited TitansPaarl
7-10 AprWarriors v bizhub Highveld LionsPort Elizabeth
7-10 AprSunfoil Dolphins v VKB KnightsDurban

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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Sunfoil Three-day Cup 2015/16

As at 22 February 2016

Pool APWLTiedDBatBowlPenaltyPts
North West9520226.76300106.76
Western Province8420232.24280100.24
Northerns9310532.934096.9
KwaZulu-Natal8410325.9629094.96
South Western Districts10330425.5236091.52
Border8230316.5430066.54
Northern Cape715019.727046.7
Pool BPWLTiedDBatBowlPenaltyPts
Eastern Province9W20436.4831097.48
Easterns7320329.5625074.56
KwaZulu-Natal Inland7200526.5228074.52
Gauteng8240328.5629067.56
Boland8110520.327067.3
Free State8230319.0827264.08
Namibia826017.0226043.02

Note: Free State were penalised 2 points due to a slow over-rate in their match against Namibia

Bonus points are awarded on the first 100 overs of each team's first innings as follows:
Batting: 1 point on reaching 150 and 0.02 points for each run thereafter
Bowling: 1 point for taking 3 wkts, 2 for 5 wkts, 3 for 7 wkts and 4 for 9 wkts.

Remaining matches
Feb 25-27Eas v NC, Gau v FS, KI v Nam
Mar 3-5EP v WP, Eas v Nam, KI v Bdr
Mar 10-12Bdr v KZN, FS v Bol, NW v NC
Mar 18-20Bol v KI, Gau v Eas, NC v Nor, WP v KZN
Mar 31-Apr 3Final

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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CSA One-day Challenge 2015/16

As at 22 February 2016

Pool APWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
South Western Districts6420010170.12
North West5311010160.48
Western Province5211120150.72
Northern Cape4310020140.69
Northerns523002010-0.84
Border51301006-0.78
KwaZulu-Natal40400000-0.49
Pool BPWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Eastern Province6420030190.39
Gauteng4220020100.61
KwaZulu-Natal Inland422002010-0.17
Free State422001090.29
Easterns42200008-0.25
Namibia42200008-0.68
Boland41300105-0.32
Remaining matches
Feb 28Gau v FS, KI v Nam
Mar 6Eas v Nam
Mar 13Bdr v KZN, FS v Bol, NW v NC
Mar 21Bol v KI, Gau v Eas, NC v Nor, WP v KZN
Apr 10Final

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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CSA Provincial T20 Challenge 2015/16

As at 22 February 2016

TeamPWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Free State4310030151.71
KwaZulu-Natal Inland3300020141.93
Western Province3300020141.56
Northerns4310010130.68
Eastern Province3300000121.04
South Western Districts42200109-0.23
Border321000080.09
KwaZulu-Natal422000080.00
North West42200008-0.64
Easterns31200004-1.02
Northern Cape31200004-1.06
Namibia40400000-0.50
Gauteng40400000-1.67
Boland40400000-1.68
Remaining matches
Feb 28Eas v NC
Mar 6EP v WP, KI v Bdr

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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RAM SLAM T20 Challenge 2015/16

As at 7 December 2015

TeamPWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
The Unlimited Titans10820030351.1
Sunfoil Dolphins1054010022-0.29
Cape Cobras1055000020-0.18
Warriors1045010018-0.51
bizhub Highveld Lions1046001017-0.46
VKB Knights10370020140.29
Remaining matches
6 DecTitans v Knights
6 DecLions v Warriors
9 DecSemi-final
12 DecFinal

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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Women's Provincial League 2015/16

As at 20 February 2016

Top 6PWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Gauteng4310030152.27
North West4310010130.32
Boland431001013-0.04
Western Province422001090.26
Northerns41300105-0.56
Free State40400000-1.72
Pool APWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Eastern Province3300030155.06
South Western Districts4310030150.83
Border3210020102.40
Northern Cape41300105-2.26
Kei40400000-2.62
Pool BPWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
KwaZulu-Natal3300030154.10
Easterns3200120123.16
Limpopo41300105-0.76
Mpumalanga31200004-2.66
KwaZulu-Natal Inland30201002-2.92

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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Women's Provincial T20 competition 2015/16

As at 20 February 2016

Top 6PWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Northerns4310000120.39
Western Province4310000120.25
Gauteng4210110110.48
Boland42200008-0.68
North West41300004-0.10
Free State40301002-0.41
Pool APWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
Border3300030154.25
Eastern Province3300030152.45
South Western Districts422002010-0.76
Northern Cape41300105-2.23
Kei40400000-3.04
Pool BPWLTiedNRBonusPenaltyPtsNet RR
KwaZulu-Natal3300030152.74
Easterns3200100100.39
Mpumalanga31101006-0.63
KwaZulu-Natal Inland31200105-0.28
Limpopo40400000-1.67

Supplied by Andrew Samson
Official Statistician of Cricket South Africa

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SWDCB Log Positions

As on 7 March 2016

SWD CRICKET: 2015/16 SEASON
LOCAL LEAGUE COMPETITIONS

SEDGARS PREMIER LEAGUE LIMITED OVER COMPETITION

PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Union Stars1814103371
2Pirates United1812303363
3Madibaz George1812123359
4Mossel Bay1811106655
5Western Hope1810017747
6Sussex188109942
7Pacaltsdorp United18520111128
8George18420111126
9Harlequins18510121225
10Blanco18120141411

SEDGARS PROMOTION LEAGUE LIMITED OVER COMPETITION

POOL A
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Bongolethu108002039
2Mayflower107003033
3Ladismith105104026
4Selbourne104105021
5Calitzdorp103016015
6Dysselsdorp102008010
POOL B
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Riversdale1211001055
2Thembalethu129003043
3Hartenbos128004040
4Melkhoutfontein126006029
5Heidelberg125007025
6Albertinia1220010010
7Slangrivier12003900
POOL C
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Ramblers 1211100057
2Pioneers128103042
3Kranshoek Cobras127005035
4New Dawn Park126204034
5Knysna Cavaliers124107021
6Wilderness1220010010
7Kwanonqaba120101102

SEDGARS RESERVE LEAGUE LIMITED OVER COMPETITION

POOL A
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Union Stars C1210101052
2Western Hope B128112042
3Harlequins B129003041
4Bongolethu B125205028
5Blanco B123117016
6Union Stars B122208013
7Thembalethu B121101007
POOL B
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Ramblers B149302051
2Sussex B1410004048
3George B148114041
4Pirates United B147304041
5Mossel Bay B147007034
6Pacaltdorp B135314031
7Hartenbos B1321010011
8Madibaz George B141111107
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Women's Local League - Log Positions

As on 22 February 2016

SEDGARS WOMEN'S LEAGUE
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostTiePoints
1Mossel Bay109001044
2Union Stars108101042
3Western Hope104204022
4Harlequins104105020
5Thembalethu10120709
6Melkhoutfontein10100905
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SWDCB Log Positions

As on 7 December 2015

SWD CRICKET: 2015/16 SEASON
LOCAL LEAGUE COMPETITIONS

SEDGARS TWENTY20 COMPETITION

POOL A
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostPoints
1Union Stars7700034
2Harlequins6500125
3Western Hope7401220
4Ladismith4300114
5Bongolethu 6201310
6Calitzdorp520039
7Dysselsdorp710065
8Selbourne600240
POOL B
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostPoints
1Mossel Bay7700034
2Sussex7600128
3Riversdale7500225
4Hartenbos7400319
5Heidelberg7210412
6Albertinia7202310
7Melkhoutfontein711147
8Slangrivier700340
POOL C
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostPoints
1Ramblers6400220
2Blanco6320118
3Madibaz George6230115
4Pacaltsdorp4210111
5Thembalethu420029
6New Dawn Park410035
7Mayflower602044
POOL D
PositionTeamPlayedWonNo ResultDefaultLostPoints
1Pirates United6510026
2Kranshoek Cobra's6400219
3George6310217
4Pioneers4200210
5Kwanonqaba412019
6Knysna Cavaliers610234
7Wilderness400040

QUARTER FINALS - 19 DECEMBER 2015

Pool A1 vs Pool D2; Pool D1 vs Pool A2 (Winner vs Winner)
Pool B1 vs Pool C2; Pool C1 vs Pool B2 (Winner vs Winner)
Teams finishing top in their respective pools will have home ground advantage

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