Saadiek Davids has been added to United Cricket Club’s coaching staff ahead of the 2022-23 Western Province Cricket Association season.
Davids’ appointment follows United Cricket Club’s announcement of Shuray Booley as head of senior cricket earlier this month.
Davids has plenty of coaching experience, including a stint in the Cape Premier League.
“Welcome to the United family, Saadiek, as part of our senior coaching structure,” read a statement from United Cricket Club.
“Davids brings a wealth of experience that will be of massive benefit to our senior teams.”
United Cricket Club relegated
United Cricket Club’s first XI will compete in the 2022-23 WPCA first division B after being relegated from the first division A.
They finished in 11th position in 2021-22’s 12-team first division A standings, after eight wins, 12 losses and three no-results.
United Cricket Club’s second XI will participate in the 2022-23 reserve division C after being demoted from the reserve division B.
They finished in 10th position in 2021-22’s 11-team reserve B standings, after two wins, 16 losses and two no-results.
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