PRETORIA – Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Saturday hosted its annual CSA breakfast awards as amateur cricketers were honoured for their stellar performances over the last year.
The awards breakfast commemorates the accomplishments of the blossoming talent in the country as CSA continues to drive its vision of making cricket a truly national sport of winners.
The function was held in Pretoria, as 25 awards were handed out, with the big winner being South Africa Under-19 captain Bryce Parsons of Central Gauteng, who walked away with two prizes.
The 18-year-old all-rounder was named Under-19 Cricketer of the Year for his efforts with the national team and also collected the Khaya Majola Cricket Week Player of the Tournament.
The KFC Mini-Cricket coach of the year award went to Marelise Lombard from Central Gauteng Lions, while the KFC Mini- Cricket Co-ordinator was scooped by Eastern Province’s Gugu Ndulama.