Sheppie bests Creston

2011-01-25 00:00

WITH schools resuming last week, this weekend provided an opportunity for young sportsmen to get back to what they enjoy most about school. Port Shepstone High School had fixtures against Creston College, with the first side easing to a 176 victory.

PORT SHEPSTONE HIGH VS CRESTON ON SATURDAY

U14A:

CRESTON 153/9 (Justin Parasurathan 3/16, Juan Jacques Momberg 3/17)

PSHS 154/9 (Justin Parasurathan 22, Nikel Sesiah 30)

PSHS WON BY ONE WICKET

U15A:

PSHS 200 All Out (Yogeshan Pillay 58, Joshua Brauteseth 39)

CRESTON 24 (Tim Louw 4/13, Kirsten Houston 3/3)

PSHS WON BY 176

1st:

PSHS 226/6 (Matthew Louw & Shaun Mundell 102 Partnership, Derek Horlock 46)

CRESTON 50 All Out (Michael Renton 3/14, Matthew Louw 3/14)

PSHS WON 176

CRICKET VS ISLAMIC SCHOOL ON SATURDAY

U16A:

PSHS 75 All Out

ISLAMIC 77/5 (Brandon Alderidge 2/13, Jonathan Chetty 2/13)

PSHS LOST BY FIVE WICKETS

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