Glenwood demolish Kloof High

2013-11-12 00:00

GLENWOOD High School’s cricketers made short work of Kloof High School in a T20 cricket match last week.

Playing at Kloof, the hosts were asked to bat first and suffered the worst possible start with two early run-outs rocking their innings.

Try as they might to recover, there was no way back, the pace of Matthew Kirkham (4-6) and spin of James Henry (3-9) doing the damage in a total of 37 all out.

With a storm approaching, Glenwood wielded the willow from the first ball, racing to a nine-wicket win in four overs, reaching 38-1.

Jordan Grobbelaar was the only Glenwood batsman to fall, out for 18 with victory two runs away.

Glenwood’s next opponents are Kearsney in what should be an entertaining encounter.

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