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Netball South Africa (NSA) on Sunday afternoon announced the squad that will represent the country at the New World Netball World Championships to be played in Auckland, New Zealand from November 10-17.
The Squad consists of 15 players with Burta de Kock being re-confirmed as the national coach and Hazel Gumede as her assistant. De Kock and Gumede were appointed coach and assistant coach to the national team in February.
Cecilia Molokwane, Netball South Africa's director of selectors, said she was confident that the selected squad, which comprises the best players available, will represent the country proudly in New Zealand.
"The trials that we held this past weekend at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria were a real test to all the players and after these challenging two days I believe the selectors have put together a squad capable of holding their own against the best in the world," said Molokwane.
As part of their final preparations before the World Championships, the squad will play a three-Test series against Uganda in September.
Following this series, the squad will be reduced to 12 players with the three remaining players becoming non-travelling reserves.
South Africa are ranked fifth on the world netball rankings behind New Zealand, Australia, England and Jamaica.
South Africa are in the same pool as England, Malaysia and Trinidad and Tobago at the World Championships.
The squad is as follows:
Sindiwe Gumede - Zululand;
Claudia Basson - Boland;
Christine Markgraaff - Boland;
Tsakane Mbewe - Gauteng Central;
Maryka Holtzhausen - Free State;
Simnikwe Malusi - Gauteng Central;
Erin Burger - Gauteng North;
Bronwyn Bock-Jonathan (Captain) - Boland;
Refiloe Mochaka - Gauteng Central;
Miriam Mbatha - Gauteng North;
Adele Niemand - Free State;
Nontle Gwavu - Nelson Mandela Bay;
Leigh-Ann Zackey - Gauteng North;
Karin Venter (Vice Captain) - Free State; and
Precious Mthembu - eThekwini. - Sapa