Hankey crowned Mayor’s Cup T20 champions

2019-04-11 06:00
The Hankey Cricket Club was crowned the first Kouga Mayor’s Cup T20 champions on Sunday (7 April). The Gamtoos team beat Mentorskraal Cricket Club by six wickets in the thrilling final at Jeffreys Bay. It was the first time in history that cricket was included in the annual Mayor’s Cup line-up. Kouga Mayor Horatio Hendricks (front, third right) was on hand to congratulate the winners and thank all the participants for a fantastic event.       Photo:SUPPLIED

The Hankey Cricket Club was crowned the first Kouga Mayor’s Cup T20 champions on Sunday (7 April). The Gamtoos team beat Mentorskraal Cricket Club by six wickets in the thrilling final at Jeffreys Bay. It was the first time in history that cricket was included in the annual Mayor’s Cup line-up. Kouga Mayor Horatio Hendricks (front, third right) was on hand to congratulate the winners and thank all the participants for a fantastic event. Photo:SUPPLIED

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