U11 DBN South cricketers success

2017-03-15 06:02
 Photo: suppliedThe U11 Durban South Cricket team won a friendly match against Umzinto-Scottburgh.

Photo: suppliedThe U11 Durban South Cricket team won a friendly match against Umzinto-Scottburgh.

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THE U11 Durban South Cricket team, which consists of players from Amanzimtoti Primary, Warner Beach, Kuswag and various other Durban South schools, played a friendly against Umzinto/Scottburgh recently, in preparation for the KwaZulu-Natal schools three-day cricket tournament that is to take place from 10 to 12 March. During the match Durban South set a target of 78/8, Umzinto/
Scottburgh chased, but could only score 66/8.

The boys that represent Toti schools are Nathi Jona (Athlone Park Primary), Kwandisa Zuma (Warner Beach Senior), Joaquim Salvador (Amanzimtoti Primary), Jared Havemann (Amanzimtoti Primary), Branen Prashma (Amanzimtoti Primary), Sebastian Brell (Kuswag), Kiehan Hadding (Kuswag) and Waldo Greyvensteyn (Kuswag).

- Supplied.


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