Toti Cricket Club’s winning team

2017-01-25 06:02
The Amanzimtoti Cricket Club U15 team and coach Riaan Vosloo (front, left) celebrate victory over Umlazi. Photo: tania sandberg

The Amanzimtoti Cricket Club U15 team and coach Riaan Vosloo (front, left) celebrate victory over Umlazi. Photo: tania sandberg

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AMANZIMTOTI Cricket Club’s U15s took on Umlazi U15 on Saturday, 21 January, winning at home.

Toti scored 128 in 30 overs for four wickets, while Umlazi was bowled out for 109 in 24 overs.
Delivering outstanding batting on the day were Ruan Vosloo, who scored 57 and Calvin Lombaard, scoring 29, not out.

Vosloo also excelled in bowling, taking three wickets. Fellow team player, Rick Hatting took two wickets, while everybody else took one wicket.

Tiveshan Naidoo showcased brilliant fielding on the day with three great catches.

U15’s are welcome to join the team.

Practise is on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4.30pm to 6pm.
The team’s next match is against Umkomaas at Amanzimtoti Sports Club fields.

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