WSB Western Province Men announce gear up for the 2024/25 season

As the new domestic season approaches, the World Sports Betting Western Province Men are ready to build on their recent successes.

Following a strong performance in the CSA One Day Cup, where the WSB Western Province Men’s team were crowned champions, and a commendable run to the final of the CSA 4-day Competition, Head Coach Salieg Nackerdien is determined to continue with the momentum created and is proud to announce the WSB WP Men’s squad for the 2024/25 season.

The World Sports Betting WP Men’s team has retained all its contracted players from the 2023/24 season in order to build on the performance from the past season and to create a new level of consistency.

“I’m thrilled to announce that we’ve retained almost our entire squad from last season,” said Nackerdien. “We have two national contracts in Tony De Zorzi and Nandre Burger, which is a testament to their exceptional performances over the past few seasons.”

“We’ve are excited to bring in 20-year-old Abdallah Bayoumy, as a new rookie. Together with Juan James, they represent the promising future of our team. Overall, our squad remains very strong, and our success in reaching two finals and winning the One Day Cup demonstrates our commitment to excellence,” added Nackerdien.

“We are committed to developing our younger players, while maintaining faith in the squad that has brought us success. We have a good blend of youth and experience, and it is crucial for the younger players to learn quickly and take responsibility of their individual performances”.

“I think it’s important that we look to stretch ourselves as a team as we have proven to all, after a drought of almost 11 years, that we can win trophies. We want to and can achieve more with this squad, and with the brand of cricket we want to play, I believe we can achieve something special in the future”, said CEO Corrie van Zyl.

World Sports Betting Western Province Men 2024/25 squad:

Wayne Parnell, Kyle Verreynne, Beuran Hendricks, Jono Bird, Eddie Moore, Daniel Smith, George Linde, Kyle Simmonds, Yaseen Vallie, Mihlali Mpongwana, Dane Paterson, Onke Nyaku, Valentine Kitime, Mthiwekhaya Nabe, Juan James, Abdallah Bayoumy, David Bedingham. 

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