T20 rules at College Cricket Week

2009-01-13 00:00

There were comprehensive wins for hosts Maritzburg College, Westville, Pretoria Boys’ High School and Clifton of Durban on day two of the College Cricket Week held in Pietermaritzburg yesterday.

Three of the matches were changed to Twenty20 affairs due to wet conditions having held up the start of play, while one match was a 45-over clash.

College beat St John’s by 10 wickets in their Twenty20 match after initially restricting the visitors to 101 for seven. Gareth Roderick and Craig Letcher did the damage with the bat for the home side on Goldstones.


(20/20 matches): St John’s 101/7 (Brendon Pryke 37) Maritzburg College 103/0 (Gareth Roderick 38*, Craig Letcher 57*). College won by 10 wickets.

Glenwood 97/6 (Youlon Moonsamy 45*) PBHS 98/3 (Declan Gallager 33*, Michael Vosey 32*). PBHS won by 7 wickets.

St David’s 108/5 (Mathew Macindoe 37*) Westville 109/1 (Thomas Jackson 74*, Nabeel Bhayla 33*). Westville won by 9 wickets.

(45-over match): Clifton 199/6 (David Whittstock 52*, Andrew Dunn 45) Trinity House 116 (Gareth Jordaan 44, David Snyman 5-11). Clifton won by 83 runs.

Wednesday fixtures: College vs St David’s (Goldstones); Glenwood vs Trinity House (Barnes); Westville vs St John’s (Collegians); Clifton vs PBHS (Varsity 2).

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