South Africa Women’s former captain, Dinesha Devnarain has been invited to Manor Cricket Academy, KwaDukuza to give training to young female aspirants of cricket. The training program will mainly focus on dealing with the basics of batting, bowling and fielding.
Dinesha made it to the history books in 2015 by becoming only the eighth South African woman cricketer and the first in KZN, to be awarded the level three coaching certificate. She was Cricket SA’s domestic cricketer of the year in 2015 and the captain of the South African women’s team for a couple of international tours.
The association’s encouraging move clearly shows the level of seriousness of the think-tanks regarding the aimed betterment of women’s cricket in the country and progress made by the sport in such associate nations. It provides an opportunity for the young girls to learn technical skills of the sport and improve their game.
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