KZN sides impress at U15 and U19 weeks encounters

2011-12-19 00:00

THE last two days of the U15 week were particularly good for KZN Inland as they went through unbeaten. Coastals lost the last game against Inland on Saturday in an exciting finish.

The U19 Coca Khaya Majola Week saw the two T20 games by each side on Saturday. Here Coastals had the better of Inland in the morning and they went on to win their second game in the afternoon. Inland’s batting let them down again as they lost for a second time.

On Friday Inland did well to make 243 all out off the last ball of the penultimate over against North West. Shaylen Govender (M College) anchored the innings, making a patient 76. North West were bowled out for 129 in the 31st over. Three bowlers, Sohail Mahmoud (M College), Jason Marshall (Michaelhouse) and Thando Dlamini (St Charles), did the damage with three wickets each.

Coastals passed the required 177 scored by Northerns with six wickets in hand. Chris Lines and Andile Phelukwayo (Glenwood) both captured three wickets. Tristan Tedder and Alexander Whitelaw (both Kearsney) took Coastals to their win at the end of the 38th over.

In the final game it was Inland, batting first, who scored 202 all out with five balls remaining. Ross Talmage (Hilton) made 48. ­Phelukwayo (Glenwood) ended with three wickets. After a solid start with Tedder making 47and Lines (Kearsney) and Simon van Staden (Westville) both getting into the 30s, it appeared as if Coastals would win the game, but wickets tumbled and with six overs remaining they still needed 20 runs with one wicket in hand. Bradley Roberts (Michaelhouse) captured three of the last four wickets to fall and Coastals was all out for 199

Inland made 100 for nine wickets in their 20 overs with Calvin Savage (M College) making 31. This total was passed by Coastals at the start of the 17th over for the loss of just two wickets. Jared van Heerden (DHS) and Khalipa Cele were the mainstay of the batting.

In the afternoon, Inland again battled as they made 104 for eight in pursuit of the 136 made by Western Province. Kewan Harries (M College) top-scored with 31. Daryn Dupavillon captured three wickets but he was expensive.

Coastals had a solid base with Van Heerden and Cele again making runs, helped by Grove Venter (Glenwood) to reach a very competitive 159 for seven. Easterns lost four wickets in the first seven overs all to Craig Kirsten (Kearsney) and they never really recovered, although their captain made a valiant effort. Lesibe Ngoepe (Hans Moore) made 79 in 70 balls to be undefeated at the close, but he did not get sufficient support from his fellow batsmen.

Yesterday was a rest day with all the players involved in coaching of youngsters at various clubs in and around Cape Town. The two KZN sides were assigned to the Langa Cricket Club.

 

SCORES IN BRIEF:

U15 (50 overs)

KZN Inland 243 (S Govender 76, J Edy 69, F Botha 5/39)

North West 124 (L Steenkamp 33, S Mahmoud 3/31, J Marshall 3/46, T Dlamini 3/7)

Inland won by 114 runs

Northerns 177 (H Vorstman 69, C Lines 3/31, A Phelukwayo 3/31)

KZN Coastal 178-4 (A Whitelaw 58*, T Tedder 51*)

Coastals won by 6 wkts

KZN Inland 202 (R Talmage 47, S Makhanye 3/28)

KZN Coastal 199 (T Tedder 47, C Lines 32, S van Staden 39, B Roberts 3/28)

Inland won by 3 runs

U19 (20 overs)

KZN Inland 100-9 (C Savage 34)

KZN Coastal 101-2 (K Cele 34, J van Heerden 48*)

Coastals won by 8 wkts

Western Province 136-8 (S Golding 47, R Cronje 30, D Dupavillon 3/40)

KZN Inland 104-8 (K Harries 31, S Golding 3/6, R Cronje 3/4)

WP won by 32 runs

KZN Coastal 159-7 (J van Heerden 32, K Cele 32, G Venter 43, M Muller 4/23)

Easterns 132-7 (L Ngoepe 79*, C Kirsten 4/15)

Coastals won by 27 runs

Other u19 scores

Namibia 62 (S Pillay 3/12), Gauteng 65-1 (Y Cook 38) Gauteng won by 9wkts

Griqualand West 49 (S Abrahams 3/6), Eastern Province 50-2 EP won by 8 wkts

Border 170-5 (K Christoffels 40, R sansom 34, J van Zyl 34), Limpopo 35 ( E Nonyukela 3/7) Border won by 135 runs

Boland 195-2 (J bredenkamp 59, K Pietersen 50*, G Conradie 39), Mpumulanga 99-5 (B Schraader 36) Boland won by 96 runs

Northerns 178-4 (M Coetzee 78, R Verster 48, L Kgoatle 33), North West 128-7 (R Mahne 47, R verster 3/20) Northerns won by 50 runs

Free State 119-8 (R du Plessis 32), SWD 90 (S Gouws 28) FS won by 29 runs

Easterns 99 (D Kannemeyer 4/7), WP 102-3 (T Chieckty 43) WP won by 7 wkts

Border 99 (J van Wyngaardt 4/24), Northerns 102-0 (JP Kok 51*, L Kgoatle 43*) Northerns won by 10 wkts

Gauteng 107-8 (D Rhoda 30, C Dry 4/11), Free State 103-8 (H Robetrts 42) Gauteng won by 4 runs

Namibia 122-6 W van Vuuren 51*), SWD 123-7 (L Droomer 36) SWD won by 3 wkts

North West 123-4 (H Lemmer 55, P Snyman 48*, W Kamfer 3/18), Limpopo 123-4 (T Koekemoer 42, J Viljoen 44*) Super over NW 6, Lim 6 NW won by scoring more fours (9 vs 8)

EP 140-4 (M Rushmere 46, I Herold 38*), Boland 141-6 (J Bredenkamp 60*, G Conradie 53) Boland won by 4 wkts

Mpumalanga 95 (R Arendse 29*, K Mohale 3/29), GW 98-0 (S Arends 64*) GW won by 10 wkts

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