KZN’s U17 boys, U19 girls finish with victory on their final day

2011-12-16 00:00

IT was a good day for both the boys’ U17 KZN teams and the two girls’ U19 KZN teams, who won their matches on the final day of their weeks.

The U15 KZN teams also both won on their second day. The U13s were affected by rain: Inland lost on the Duckworth Lewis method and the Coastals match ended undecided.

KZN Coastal U17 delivered their best batting performance in their last match as they made 244 for four in the 50 overs against Free State.

Ryan Wallace (Kearsney) and the consistent Luke Schlemmer (Westville) added 166 for the third wicket with Schlemmer ending unbeaten on 128 off 131 balls.

Free State were then dismissed for 214 in the 46th over. Nhlakanipho Madwe (Glenwood) and Prineshan Pillay (Umzinto) took three wickets apiece to give Coastals an excellent win.

Inland restricted South Western Districts to 181 for nine in their 50 overs. Brian Pfaff (Hilton) was the most successful bowler, taking three wickets for just 17 runs in his 10 overs. Inland reached the target for the loss of six wickets.

Robert Anderson (Michaelhouse) made 36, but it was Greg Oldfield (Michaelhouse) and Tom Curran (Hilton) who were together in an unbeaten century partnership for the fifth wicket, that took Inland to a six wicket win.

An opening stand of 180 by Tanya Cronje and Cherie Steenkamp, from Ferrum HS and Newcastle, enabled Inland girls to reach 272 for two in the 50 overs. They then bowled North West out for just 82, with Anju Paul (Vryheid) and Stella Nortier (Ferrum) taking seven wickets between them.

Coastal girls beat Border by four wickets, passing a target of 125 in the 22nd over. Mishel Jeena (Durban GHS) was once again in the runs, making an undefeated 69 in 63 balls. Wickets were shared by the bowlers.

Inland U15 batted solidly, declaring on 263 for six in their time game against Boland.

A good unbroken seventh wicket partnership of 114 between Michaelhouse boys Brendon Tattam and Jason Marshall, together with substantial contributions by Shaun Wormington (College) and Ross Talmage (Hilton), were instrumental in the good total off 60 overs.

Talmage dismantled Boland, taking six wickets for 25 in 14.4 overs to give Inland the win in the first innings. Boland were 18 for three on their follow-on.

Western Province were all out in the 54th over against Coastals for 178. Ainsley Ndlovu (DHS) was another bowler to take six wickets. Andile Phelukwayo (Glenwood) finished the tail off in three wickets. Coastals passed the required runs in the 52nd over with four wickets in hand. Bruce Kerr (Westville) and Chris Lines (Kearsney) did best with the bat.

Zimbabwe, one of the form teams in the U13, won by eight wickets on the D/L method, chasing Inland’s total of 122.

Jerome Gengan (Scottsville) top- scored with 27. Boland scored 251 against Coastals who were rained off as they began batting.



U17 (50 overs)

SWD 181-9 (M Visagie 42, B Pfaff 3/17)

KZN Inland 182-4 (R Anderson 36, G Oldfield 62*, T Curran 47*)

Inland won by 6 wkts

KZN Coastals 244-4 (R Wallace 67, L Schlemmer 128*)

Free State 213 (H Olivier 74, J Delicado 30, B Viljoen 65, N Madwe 3/33, P Pillay 3/32)

Coastals won by 23 runs

Girl’s u19 (50 overs)

KZN Inland 272-2 (T Cronje 102, C Steenkamp 68)

North West 82 (A Paul 3/17, S Nortier 4/19)

Inland won by 190 runs

Border 125 (Z Mpupha 36)

KZN Coastal 126-6 (M Jeena 69*, W Carelse 3/43, N Baneti 3/30)

Coastals won by 4 wkts

U15 (time cricket)

Inland 263-6 (R Talmage 40, S Wormington 53, J Marshall 62*, B Tattam 52*, R Conradie 3/42)

Boland 122 (C Nel 32, S de Necker 43, R Talmage 6/25) and 18-3

Inland won on 1st inn

Western Province 178 (J Bowers 37, D Lombard 54, A Ndlovu 6/66, A Phelukwayo 3/43)

KZN Coastals 182-6 (B Kerr 54, C Lines 34)

KZN Coastals won on 1st inn

U13 (50 overs)

KZN Inland 122 (J Gengan 27, W Huchu 3/19)

Zimbabwe 114-2 (A Curtiss 53*)

Zimbabwe won by 8 wkts D/L

Boland 251 (G Lombard 67, W van Zyl 104)

KZN Coastal 0-0

No result-rain

AT the end of the Girl’s under 19 week a South African Girls’ team was announced to play the hosts senior side Griqualand West. Coastal’s Mishel Jeena was unlucky not to get selected after some good batting performances.

The side will be captained by Savannah Cordes of Gauteng

Other players selected: C Bester (Gauteng), B Bezuidenhouit (SWD), A Heldsinger (WP), N Hendricks (WP), S Lackey (Boland), S Luus (Northerns), Z Mpupha (Border), R Ntozakhe (Gauteng), A Steyn (Northerns), R van Eck (WP, M Wagner (Boland).

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