Visitors to KZN end with a flourish on final day of Oppenheimer Week

2011-10-05 00:00

ALTHOUGH there were excellent wins for hosts Maritzburg College, St Charles and Glenwood yesterday, the fourth and final day of Oppenheimer Week belonged to the visitors to KwaZulu-Natal as the Johannesburg-based St John’s, King Edward VII School (KES) and St Stithian’s won well, as did Affies of Pretoria and their neighbours Pretoria Boys’ High School (PBHS).

Maritzburg College opener Kewan Harries hit 101 against St Andrews (Grahamstown) on a match moved from Goldstones to Harwin’s at St Charles due to a wet outfield.

St Andrews were never in the picture against the impressive College pace and seam attack and lost by 158 runs. Daryn Dupavillon (5-19) got the prize wicket of Ian Herold before he finished off the tail, while captain Calvin Savage, Reegan Smith and Lionel Fouche did the rest of the damage.

St Charles were cruising at 113 for two when chasing the modest 150 set by St Alban’s (Pretoria) before the middle order wobbled. The home side had to rely on wicket-taking hero Jarrod Streicher (6-38) and Wiaan Luttig to pilot them home by three wickets.

Glenwood thumped Hudson Park by 193 runs, with Sibonela Mthimkhulu (4-21) the prime mover in bundling the East London lads out for 70.

SCORES IN BRIEF

Maritzburg College 247/5 (Kewan Harries 101, Gareth Orr 70*; Mama Mbulelo 3-35). St Andrew’s 89 (Mama Mbulelo 25; Daryn Dupavillon 5-19). Maritzburg College won by 158 runs.

St Alban’s 150 (Luke van Heerden 51; Jarrod Streicher 6-38). St Charles 151/7 (Dean Robinson 53, Robin Mitchell 31; Kyle Sweetlove 3-32). St Charles won by 3 wickets.

Glenwood 263/5 (Javier Frost 72, Gareth Wissing 40, Grove Venter 87*, Prenelan Subrayen 36). Hudson Park 70 (Sibonela Mthimkhulu 4-21). Glenwood won by 193 runs.

St John’s 202/4 (Wesley Coulentianos 83*, Bradley Dial 47). Kearsney 175 (Craig Matthews 40, Matthew Whitelaw 34, James Lambert 41*, Wesley Coulentianos 4-25). St John’s won by 27 runs.

Michaelhouse 204/3 (Robbie Anderson 113, Cameron Macaskill 37). KES 207/2 (Gareth Harte 110*, JP van Aswegen 56). KES won by 8 wickets.

PBHS 208/8 (Aiden Markram 59, Matthew Hawken 35, Jayden Broodryk 35; Kyle Simmonds 5-59). Westville 186 (Sashlin Reddy 73, Nicholas Pentz 56; Kyle Wilson 3-18). PBHS won by 22 runs.

St Stithian’s 193/5 (Yassar Cook 106, David Rhoda 53; Sebastian Negri 3-36). Hilton 161 (Tom Curran 32; David Rhoda 4-37). St Stithian’s won by 32 runs.

Affies 234/8 (Edrich Lubbe 52, Janco Dreyer 52; Cameron Janse van Rensburg 4-43). DHS 182 (Jarryd van Heerden 57, Diaan Kotze 34; Edward Venter 3-29). Affies won by 52 runs.

KZN Development vs Grey College: Match abandoned without a ball being bowled (wet outfield).

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