Live action from the morning’s matches in the T20 School Challenge National Finals at the Powerade High-Performance Centre.
Day one of the T20 School Challenge National Finals kicked off on an exciting note at the Powerade High-Performance Centre.
St Stithians (the Lions champions) and St Charles (representing the Dolphins) were the only teams to come through the first day of the Schools T20 national finals in Pretoria on Friday with two wins out of two, writes THEO GARRUN.
Friday’s live action from the T20 schools finals, brought to you by Pitchvision and Cricket South Africa.
St Andrew’s College of Grahamstown will be at the Schools T20 national finals in Pretoria this weekend, but it’s been a touch-and-go thing, writes THEO GARRUN.
Johannesburg’s Queens High School will be at the Schools T20 national finals at Tuks in Pretoria next weekend as the Inland Focus School and captaining them will be Amogelang Sima, writes THEO GARRUN.
Hoërskool Waterkloof will be making their third appearance at the Schools T20 national finals this year, writes THEO GARRUN.
Johannesburg’s St Stithians College join St Charles College and Hoërskool Waterkloof as schools who have qualified for the Schools T20 Challenge in Pretoria on 15-17 March, writes THEO GARRUN.
The Gauteng schools cricket season came to an end last weekend with two great centuries and a major upset, writes THEO GARRUN.
A four-wicket haul from Rex Singh and three wickets from Anshul Kamboj helped the India U19s complete an emphatic innings and 158-run victory over the SA U19s in Trivandrum on Thursday.
St Stithians College are the Gauteng Schools T20 champions, writes THEO GARRUN.
The SA U19 side chased leather on day two of the second Youth Test at Thiruvananthapuram as India U19 racked up 395 runs in their first innings, and then snapped up two quick SA wickets before the close.
An impressive five-wicket haul by Manishi handed the India U19s the advantage on day one of the second Youth Test against SA U19 in Trivandrum on Tuesday.
St Charles College won three out of three at the Independent Schools Cricket Festival hosted by St Alban’s College over the weekend, writes THEO GARRUN.
The second round of matches at the Independent Schools Cricket Festival were a mixed bag of 50-over and T20 contests after Friday night’s massive highveld thunderstorm left the field arrangements in disarray, writes THEO GARRUN.