Junior Jottings

2016-02-24 06:00

ON Tuesday 16 February our Grade 2 mini-cricket boys travelled to Wembley College, accompanied by Mrs Billinge, Mr Stanzcyk and Mr Doorsamy.

The Grade 1 side played against Treverton College. Treverton batted first and made a total of 27 runs. Our Grade 2 boys had a much better game and also played against Treverton. Treverton made a total of 28 runs and Greytown Junior a total of 29.

On 17 February, the U10 boys played a nail-biting, three-hour game at Wembley.

The Greytown boys played 15 overs, making a score of 61 runs. Mzwandile played really well taking three wickets and Anje taking two.

Wembley made 62 runs, making their winning runs in their last ball of their 15th over. The boys played really well and had a lot of fun.

The U11 cricket side played against Wembley College on Wednesday 17 February. Greytown lost the toss and came in to bat making total of 32 runs for the loss of 10 wickets. Wembley made 35 runs for the loss of 0.

Greytown won the toss and fielded first. Wembley's side made a total of 80 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Greytown came in to bat making a total of 143 runs for the loss of two wickets.

On Saturday 20 February, Greytown Junior's U13 side played against Drakensview. Greytown won the toss and batted first. Drakensview made a total of 103 runs for the loss of 10 wickets. Greytown came in to bat and made a total of 38 runs for the loss of nine wickets.

On Saturday 20 February the U11 side travelled to Estcourt and played against Drakensview Primary. Greytown batted first and made a total of 51 runs for the loss of two wickets. Drakensview came in to bat and made a total of 53 runs.

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