Junior Jottings

2017-10-25 06:00

ON Saturday, October 21, Greytown Junior School U11 cricket team played Treverton.

Treverton won the toss and selected to field. Greytown was off to a good start making wonderful progress with the bat.

Greytown made 74 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 18 overs. The second innings started off well with three early wickets falling by some good bowling and fielding.

Treverton unfortunately, passed our score in the 17th over and ended up with a score of 94 in their 20 overs. Overall the boys maintained good discipline and sportsmanship, and never gave up.

On Saturday, October 21 the U13 cricket side travelled to Mooi River and played against Treverton.

Greytown lost the toss and fielded first. Although taking three early wickets, Treverton batted well making 190 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 25 overs. Greytown then batted and struggled making a total of 39 runs for the loss of 10 wickets.

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