Cape Recife shines in cricket tourney

2016-10-26 06:00
Cape Recife’s U19 LSEN EP Cricket Team took the victory in the LSEN Cricket Tournament.                                                                                   Photo: SUPPLIED

Cape Recife’s U19 LSEN EP Cricket Team took the victory in the LSEN Cricket Tournament. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Cape Recife LSEN Cricket Team excelled in the LSEN Cricket Tournament that took place in Johannesburg from October 1 to October 7.

During the length of the tournament they managed to beat the 2015 champions, win one of their matches by 120 runs, win the 2016 50 Overs format and win the T20 format title.

Damien Geldenhuys, a Cape Recife learner, was named Man of the Match in two of their games.

In the match won by 120 runs, he scored 40 runs in the second match and took 5 wickets, while Cameron Cairncross scored 29 runs and took 2 wickets and Kyle Bezuidenhout scored 30 runs and took 1 wicket.

Kyle, who was named Captain of the U/19 LSEN EP Cricket Team, showed great dedication and leadership, earning his team the big win when he took the last wicket in the battle for the T20 format title.

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