Dolphins cricketer visits St Johns College

2017-11-22 06:00
SJ Erwee (back) with prep school pupils (back) Jesse Mwesigwa, and (front, from left) Joel Archibald, Brett Cutting, Nqubeko Tshabalala and Nikhil Gongal.PHOTO: supplied

SJ Erwee (back) with prep school pupils (back) Jesse Mwesigwa, and (front, from left) Joel Archibald, Brett Cutting, Nqubeko Tshabalala and Nikhil Gongal.PHOTO: supplied

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DOLPHINS cricketer and St Charles College old boy SJ Erwee took time out from his busy schedule to speak to the senior primary boys at St Charles College on Friday.

Erwee had just returned from representing South Africa at the Hong Kong 6s where South Africa won the tournament.

Erwee shared his experiences of representing his country in Hong Kong and what it takes to achieve at a high level. On that Sunday, November 12, Erwee blitzed 103 not out, off just 58 balls, which helped the Dolphins beat the Cape Cobras.

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