Easterns renew partnership with ANN7

2016-09-07 12:45
Andre Nel (Gallo)

Cape Town - Easterns team have once again renewed their partnership with ANN7 as their team sponsor for the Africa T20 Cup.  After a desperately close defeat against Northerns in Pool A on the last day of the tournament in 2015, the team is determined to win their pool this year.

Coach Andre Nel and his team are looking forward to the challenge with some new and talented players added to the squad. He is hoping that his team will keep the standard of performance as per last year but also improve on that.

Skipper Ernest Kemm recently returned from England and is excited to captain the team which is a combination of experienced as well as some young talented players.

Easterns will compete in Pool C against Border, Free State and Zimbabwe and will play all their group matches at Buffalo Park Cricket Ground in East London from Friday 9 – Sunday, September 11.

The Board of Directors in conjunction with the Management and Staff of Eastern Cricket would like to congratulate Cricket South Africa in affording its Affiliates the opportunity to participate in the Africa T20 Cup which is much appreciated.

The Easterns ANN7 squad:

Ernest Kemm (captain), Sizwe Masondo, Junior Dala, Tabraiz Shamsi, Clayton August, Grant Mokoena, Malusi Saboto, Wesley Coulentianos, Wesley Marshall, Matthew Arnold, Justin Gamble, Xolani Mahlaba, Tumelo Simelani


Andre Nel (head coach), Ephriam Nyawo (assistant coach), Devon van Onselen (Manager/ Fitness Trainer)

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