Netball SA call up a squad of 15 players to prepare for three-Test England series
CAPE TOWN – Netball South Africa have called up a squad of 15 players for a training camp ahead of the three-Test series against England in Cape Town, starting on 29 November.
The squad will be trimmed to 12 players for the Test series.
The two nations will be meeting for the fourth time this year. South Africa have won once.
Coach Dorette Badenhorst with assistant Dumisani Chauke used the Africa Netball Cup last month as a trial to assess players.
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Netball South Africa announces preliminary squad to face England 29 November until 1 December at the Velodrome in Cape Town.
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The Proteas netball training squad is:
Shooters: Ine-Mari Venter; Lenize Potgieter; Renske Stoltz; Lefebre Rademan and Sigi Burger
Centre Court: Bongi Msomi, Izette Griesel, Rome Dreyer, Khanyisa Chawane, Kgomotso Itlhabanyeng
Defence: Phumza Maweni, Shadine van der Merwe, Zanele Vimbela, Monique Reyneke, Precious Mthembun
African News Agency (ANA)