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Two sides of South African members have been named Challenge Challenge



The Protea SPA member team was named last weekend at Rembrandt Hall in Pretoria before the Diamond Challenge in Polokwane left, left, is Maryka Holtzhausen, Lenize Potgieter, Sigrid Burger, Phumza Maweni, Zaanele Vimbela and Rome Dreyer. On the foreground, from the left, is Karla Pretorius (Former Captain), Erin Burger, Khanyisa Chawane, Bongiwe Msomi (Capt), Renske Stoltz and Shadine van der Merwe.
Photograph: Reg Caldecott

A number of local stars have been included in the two national website teams announced this weekend on the afternoon of a Civil Challenge contest against the four countries of South Africa.

South Africa will be represented by the SPAR Proteas as well as President XII, who will show some of the stars that appear; come into the game.

After a week's training camp, the two teams were selected for over five days of fun activities at the Ngoako Ramatlodi Sport Company in Seshego, Limpopo from November 27 to December 1 for Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia.

Speaking at the news, Norma Plummer's national coach said she was very pleased with the level of player at her. Camp and was able to choose a Protea Team more powerful.

"We will respect all the teams we play in the Diamond Challenge and we will work hard to win these games with confidence. African teams play a distinctive style of D & # 39; webmaster and the girls have to change that style, "said Plummer when asked about the leadership of South Africa in previous competitions.

Plummer said it was important that the Clans XII were part of the Diamond Challenge.

"We need to develop the next level of athletes with international experience as they are the SPG team to protect Proteas and if they are injured, the Presidents XII will give us new choices," she explained.

Bongi Msomi from Kwazulu-Natal was named captain of SPAR Proteas, and will be a former captain at Hoërskool Zwartkop in Centurion, Karla Pretorius.

"I am confident to go into the Diamond Challenge. We have a strong and strong team. The competition is not easy because African countries are getting better all the time. time and are hungry against the SPAR Proteas, "said Pretorius after being a former captain.

The Proteas will have their first match against the neighbors of Namibia. Games will be broadcast live on SuperSport 8.

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