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Tuesday, 07 February 2012 14:42

Cricket: 9 Wickets and 197 not out!

 

Ever heard of the cricketer named Dayyaan Galiem? Perhaps not but pencil in that name because there is every chance that the young Capetonian will be the next big thing to come out of Rondebosch Boy’s High.

Monday, 09 January 2012 10:53

Cricket: Wynberg Cricket: A Tribute

The sparkling performance of young bowler Malusi Siboto, who took a 5-wicket haul for the Chevrolet Knights in the domestic 1-Day Cup, as well as the Cobras’ Richard Levi’s mind-boggling 110 off 56 balls, throws up the question, “Where do these youngsters come from?”

Tuesday, 18 October 2011 16:02

Cricket: Mika The Record Breaker

Wynberg Boys Junior School’s stand-out cricketer Mika Ekström is setting the record books alight as he continues to impress at U13 level.

In a Landmark judgment yesterday, a former school rugby player won his case against an opposing player who injured his so severely during a scrum that it left him with a broken neck, reported the Mercury newspaper.

T20 cricket has taken the world by storm. One only has to look at the millions spent on top players for the T20 Indian Premier League to realize, whether us purists like it or not, that T20 is here to stay and revolutionise cricket as we know it. While I write this article the Cricket World Cup is raging on, with the minnows looking decidedly out of their league in the 50 Over format of the game. Its only natural as the longer the game the more skill, technique and dare I say professionalism is required in order to perform effectively.

Jason Smith made an unbeaten 54 to help Wynberg Boys High of the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras to a seven-wicket victory over Grey High in the first match in the national finals of the Standard Bank Schools Pro20 Challenge at Sahara Park Newlands on Friday afternoon.

Tuesday, 29 September 2009 22:50

Nolands Cape Schools Cricket Week

 

 

Despite some inclement weather leading up to this long-running cricket festival, as well as on days 2 and 3, the vast majority of the games were played and completed, with just the second innings of day 2 being washed out and the second innings of just two games on day 3 being washed out.

Saturday, 26 September 2009 13:37

Nolands Cape Schools Cricket Week- Day One

There was a  mixed bag of results for the Cape Schools competing in this top level cricket festivel hosted by Bishops on Day 1 with most teams keeping one out on the weather which at times threatened to shorten some of the games...

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