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KES and Grey PE start strong in Pretoria

By Hannes Nienaber , in Cricket | News , at 2018-03-16

NewsGRuanCronjeKing Edward VII started their campaign at the Coca-Cola T20 Schools Challenge with a convincing 112-run victory over Graeme College in the opening round in Pretoria.

Ambrin Snyders (62) and Heinrich Pieterse (54) helped their side to 198/7 in their allotted 20 overs.

St Andrews of Bloemfontein also showed that they are serious contenders by beating Prestige College by eight wickets. Grey High School defeated St Alban’s College by 24 runs.

Summarised Scorecards: 

King Edward VII 198/7 (Ambrin Snyders 62, Heinrich Pieterse 54, Bryce Parson 29; Sihle Mginywa 2/47); Graeme College 86 (Jeremy Beyleveld 21, Romario Fritz 16; Reece Botha 3/6, Dylan Fiebiger 2/5, Ian Crawshaw 2/14). King Edward VII won by 112 runs.

Grey High School 144/9 (LJ du Preez 45, Tristan Stubbs 29; Jordan Landsberg 4/18, Harshil Jeeva 3/9); St Alban’s College 120 (Jordan Landsberg 27, Ross Whitelaw 22; Eliah Thorne 3/18, Nicholas Fowler 3/27). Grey High School won by 24 runs.

Rondebosch Boys’ High 60 (Jordan Collier 17; John Turner 3/7, James Rithie 2/7, Michael Booth 2/9); Hilton College 61/2 (James Rithie 29, Michael Schlanders 16*; Michael Moore 2/26). Hilton College won by eight wickets.

Prestige College 67 (Sithembiso Mothise 14; Pheko Moletsane 3/13, JD Bruwer 2/1, Ruan Cronjé 2/7); St Andrews 70/2 (Gerald Coetzee 30*, Henré Koekemoer 25; Kamogelo Mphahlele 1/5). St Andrews won by eight wickets.

Hannes Nienaber
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