It’s only been one week, but Anton Ferreira is already revelling in his new role as director of cricket at King Edward VII School and looks forward to adding value to one of South Africa’s long-standing and consistent cricket nurseries, writes THEO GARRUN.
Proteas allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo talks about how KFC Mini Cricket changed his life and how he has enjoyed giving back to young South African boys and girls through KFC’s Meet the Proteas on Tour initiative.
The Gauteng schools cricket season gets into full swing this weekend, with the first round of summer multisport fixtures between the boys’ schools set for battle.
The Central Gauteng Lions U19A side has been announced for the U19 Coca-Cola Khaya Majola Week to be held in Cape Town from 16-20 December 2018, writes THEO GARRUN.
Stephan Maree starred with bat and ball as Paul Roos Gymnasium (PRG) comfortably overcame the Standard Bank Paarl Regional Performance Centre (RPC) in the opening fixture of this year’s Momentum Friendship Games in Stellenbosch on Friday.
The last day of the Michaelmas Cricket Festival brought with it some interesting T20 results, writes THEO GARRUN.
Five schools go into the final day of the Michaelmas Festival in Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday with three wins out of three under their belts, writes THEO GARRUN.
KZN Schools came off second best at the Oppenheimer Michaelmas Festival in Pietermaritzburg over the weekend, writes THEO GARRUN.
The 59th annual Oppenheimer Michaelmas Cricket Festival takes place in and around Pietermaritzburg from Saturday until Tuesday next week, writes THEO GARRUN.
Three KFC Mini-Cricket teams have won the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend two days with the Proteas!
In a final preparation ahead of Michaelmas Week, Jeppe beat touring New Zealand school side Westlake by 103 runs on Heritage Day Monday, writes THEO GARRUN.
Siya Sibiya is the new Central Gauteng Lions U19 and Academy head coach charged with heading the elite youth programme of what used to be the Gauteng Cricket Board and is well qualified for the job, writes THEO GARRUN.
KES and St Stithians wrapped up their preparations for next week’s Michaelmas Festival with a high-scoring 50-over game at KES on Saturday, ending in a four-wicket win for the home side, writes THEO GARRUN.
The Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg played host to the Gauteng LSEN festival last week as schools from all around the province sent their students to the annual event.
St Stithians College has emerged as one of the powerhouses of Gauteng schools cricket, and a rich source of future professional players writes THEO GARRUN.