Junior Jottings

2015-11-04 06:00

ON Thursday 29 October the U13 side played against Wartburg. Greytown won the toss and selected to field. Greytown applied early pressure taking three wickets. Fiazaan­ Hoosen took three wickets. Wartburg made a total of 89 runs for the loss of 10 wickets. Greytown came in to bat and although it was a slow start, Greytown made 97 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Zusiphe Ngubane made 35 runs. Well done boys.

On Wednesday the U11 cricket boys travelled to Wartburg. Greytown won the toss and chose to bowl first. The boys managed to restrict Wartburg to 70 runs.

Despite making a slow start the batsmen kept a constant scoring rate, passing Wartburg's score, with two balls remaining and having lost seven wickets.

Greytown then won by three wickets.

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