Inland trails: St Charles dominates U19 selections

2011-11-04 00:00

AFTER the final trials in the U17 and U15 age groups on Sunday all the KZN Inland boys teams have been released after a stamp of approval by the union’s president.

The U19 girls have their final trial this weekend and the teams will be announced next week.

Only three schools have players selected for the U19 team. St Charles dominate the selections with six players, Maritzburg College have four and there are three players from Hilton.

The team will again be coached by Paul Atkins, the KZNICU director of playing affairs. They will be playing in Cape Town.

In the U17 group Michaelhouse have four players and three from College. Hilton and Ladysmith Secondary each have two players selected. The U15 side has four players from each of College, Hilton and Michaelhouse. The U17s travel to Bloemfontein and the U15s will be playing in Benoni.

The teams are spread across nine schools with three coming from St Charles Preparatory. Laddsworth and Scottsville are the only other schools with more than one player. They will travel to East London for their week.

The captains of all the teams will only be announced after squad practise at the capping ceremonies. Dates and venues are still to be announced.


U19: Keegan Davids (St Charles), Darryn du Pavillon (Maritzburg College), Matthew Ford (StC), Bantu Futshane (Hilton College), Kewan Harries (MC), Parvishkar Indrajith (StC), Fezile Memela (MC), Robin Mitchell (StC), Vaughan Moses (StC), Tintswalo Mukansi (HC), Calvin Savage (MC), Jason Shield (HC), Dean Robinson (StC), Coach Paul Atkins (KZNICU). Manager Sashin Doorasamy (KZNICU).

U17: Robert Anderson (Michaelhouse), Thomas Curran (HC), Barrie Forrester-Smith (Mhs), Timothy Guise-Brown (MC), Yashvir Harbhajan (Ferrum), Kurtlyn Mannikum (MC), Kerwin Mungroo (Ladysmith Sec), Sheldon Naidoo (LdyS), Kalin Nundlall (StC), Gregory Oldfield (Mhs), Gareth Orr (MC), Brian Pfaff (HC), Kyle Pyne-James (Mhs), Coach Ismail Kajee (Carter). Manager Sibonela Ngcobo (KZNICU)

U15: Armagh Cook (HC), Thando Dlamini (StC), Jarryd Edy (HC), Nicholas Elliott (Mhs), Shalin Govender (MC), Sohail Mahmoud (MC), Jason Marshall (Mhs), Lungisani Ngidi (HC), Bradley Roberts (Mhs), Ross Talmage (HC), Brendon Tattam (Mhs), Shaun Wormington (MC), Lwandiswa Zuma (MC), Coach Darryn Mortimer (Howick). Manager Samukele Mofokeng (Mhs)

U13: Mark Bray (St Charles Prep), Cameron Brown (StCP), Franco Erasmus (Treverton Prep), Michael Forrest (Laddsworth), Jerome Gengan (Scottsville), James Godfrey (Merchiston), Asad Khan (Stvl), Sheroze Khan (Dundee Junior), Nabeel Mahmoud (Fordeville), David Pachonick (Ldsw), Salmaan Parak (Pelham), Nivaal Rahim (StCP), James Redfern (Cowan House), Coach Rowan Irons (StCP). Manager Linda Shezi (StCP).

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