The Six Gun Grill Backyard Route Badgers have introduced their squad for 2023/24 season including two new gamers within the staff and retaining the providers of T20 Ladies’s World Cup finalist, Tazmin Brits.
The contracting interval noticed two new gamers be part of the Backyard Route Badgers. Proper-handed batter, Julia Hoal, and batting all-rounder, Tabitha la Grange makes the transfer to Oudtshoorn from Boland.
Following a powerful outing final season, head coach Martelize van der Merwe hopes they’ll emulate and higher the earlier season.
“It’s thrilling to retain the core group from the 2022/2023 season squad that helped us to complete the season third on the log in each the 50 Over and T20 format and retain our place within the High 6.”
Tazmin Brits (Nationwide contracted participant), and Janè Winster, Annerie Dercksen, Micaéla Andrews and Mieke de Ridder (all CSA Excessive Efficiency contracts) have been confirmed as obtainable for the Badgers. Haroline Rhodes has been rewarded for her efficiency and was elevated to a semi-professional contract.
Gary Moos, the Cricket Providers Supervisor at SWD Cricket is happy to have some new recruits on board. “The Backyard Route Badgers is glad to welcome our new recruits and needs all of them the very best for the 2023/2024 season.”
CSA Nationally Contracted Participant:
CSA Excessive-Efficiency Contracted Gamers:
Janè Winster, Annerie Dercksen, Micaéla Andrews and Mieke de Ridder
Semi-Skilled Provincial Contracted Gamers:
Haroline Rhodes, Khayakazi Mathe, Asakhe Nyovane, Julia Hoal and Tabitha la Grange