Successful cricket tour for Glenwood

2014-07-22 00:00

GLENWOOD High School’s 1st cricket team enjoyed a successful tour of England in the July holidays.


Oratory 64 (Josh Henry 5-12, Cameron Flowers 2-7, Jordan Grobbelaar 2-11)

Glenwood 67-0 (Dylan Labuschagne 36*, Joel Veeran 22*)

Glenwood won by 10 wkts

Glenwood 91-4 (Grobbelaar 27, Flowers 20, James Taylor 19*)

Oratory 59 (Jarret Erasmus 3-28, Henry 3-5)

Glenwood won by 27 runs

Charterhouse 130-6 (Tharshey Hirralal 2-30, Grobbelaar 2-6, Tim Louw 1-6, Henry 1-19)

Rained Out

Glenwood 254-7 (Louw 64, Labuschagne 39, Sheldon Swanepoel 34, Taylor 31*, Mickey Hay 21)

Magdalen College Oxford 143 (Labuschagne 3-26, Daelen Fynn 5-25)

Glenwood won by 111 runs

Bedford 206-7 (Louw 3-39, Flowers 2-42, Henry 1-17)

Glenwood 145 (Veeran 42, Sheldon Spindler 24)

Bedford won by 61 runs

Glenwood 243-4 (Grobbelaar 126*, Henry 34, Swanepoel 22)

John Fischer 186 (Hay 2-2, Henry 2-11, Erasmus 2-32)

Glenwood won by 57 runs

Tonbridge 226-3 (Louw 2-44; Henry 1-14)

Glenwood 226-6 (Louw 51*, Labuschagne 36, Hay 33, Taylor 31) Match Tied.

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