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.
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.
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.
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.
St John’s College enjoyed a profitable pre-season trip to Zimbabwe ahead of a busy 2018-19 schedule, writes THEO GARRUN.
The eight teams playing in the St David’s Time Cricket Festival are halfway through their second matches, and results look possible in all of them.
The first round of matches in the St David’s time cricket festival produced three wins and one draw, seven centuries and some good spin bowling in conditions that definitely favoured the batsmen, writes THEO GARRUN.
Five centuries were scored on the first day of the St David’s Time Cricket Festival on Thursday, writes THEO GARRUN.
The Fasken St David’s Time Cricket Festival started on Thursday, with eight schools playing two two-day games each, writes THEO GARRUN.
Frederico Carava took seven wickets for Mozambique but still ended on the losing side.
North West Dragons impart cricket knowledge on African U19 stars.