1st XI Cricket vs Grey High School - St Andrew's College

1st XI Cricket vs Grey High School

St Andrew’s College Rhodes Scholar-elect 2018
Oct 23, 2017
DOUGLAS SMITH SCHOLAR-ELECT 2018
Oct 30, 2017

1st XI Cricket vs Grey High School

On Saturday Grey and St Andrew’s were involved in a quality day of school boy cricket on Grey’s Pollock Field. Grey won the toss and had little hesitation in batting first on what proved to be a day for the batsman. Grey effectively positioned their innings on 123/2 after 30 overs. At this stage Heath Richards had just been neatly caught behind by David Rushmere off James Quarmby for a solid 51. Luke Beaufort held their innings together and ensured new batsman Tristan Stubbs was settled at the crease. Stubbs then showed his class and demonstrated a quality display of one day batting skills reaching a superb 109* off just 71 balls. Luke Beaufort finished on a well-played 70 off 91 balls ensuring Grey posted a formidable 283/4 in their 50 overs.

St Andrew’s College in response were up for the challenge reaching their targets in a challenging run chase. David Rushmere reached a magnificent century off just 80 balls and Murray Wilson a superb 50 off 46 balls. The College innings was full of momentum after 35 overs. They needed 90 in the last 15 overs with 7 wickets in hand with Rushmere on a 100* and Wilson on 50*.

Grey then went for the risk and reward option and brought back leg spinner Conor de Lange, but from a different end, the school end. The tactic worked for Grey when Tiaan van Vuuren caught David Rushmere with a neat catch at long off. Grey celebrated being back in the game and responded well by running out Murray Wilson and then exposed College’s inexperienced lower order. Newcomer Miles Danckwerts played well for college with his 17 runs coming off 17 balls. Grey finished comfortable and well-deserved winners bowling out College in the 45th over and winning by 51 runs.

1st XI vs Grey High School (20/20)

St Andrew’s College 103/4

Grey High School 106/3

St Andrew’s College lost by 7 wickets

 

1st XI vs Grey High School (50 overs)

Grey High School 283/4

St Andrew’s College 232 all out (David Rushmere 104, Murray Wilson 51)

St Andrew’s College lost by 51 runs

 

2nd XI vs Grey High School (20/20)

St Andrew’s College 77 all out

Grey High School 81 all out (Callum Frances 33)

St Andrew’s College lost by 7 wickets

 

2nd XI vs Grey High School (50 overs)

Grey High School 258/7

St Andrew’s College 198 all out (Mathew Owen 60)

St Andrew’s College lost by 60 runs

 

3rd XI vs Grey High School

Grey High School 177/9

St Andrews College 155 all out (James York 53, James Green 61)

St Andrew’s College lost by 22 runs

 

4th XI vs Grey High School

Grey High School 147 all out (Mathew McKenzie 4/15)

St Andrew’s College 149/8 (Thomas MacRobert 32, James Davies 40)

St Andrew’s College won by 2 wickets

 

5th XI vs Grey High School (20/20)

Grey High School 207/2 (Luke Stuart 4/29, Menno Bouman 3/26)

St Andrew’s College 200/4 (Guy Murray 72, Luke Stuart 52, Mathew Barlow 42)

St Andrew’s College lost by 7 runs

 

U15A XI vs Grey High School (20/20)

St Andrew’s College 97/6 (Luke Danckwerts 28, Kirk Nevay 23*)

Grey High School 74 all out (Dale Brody 2/11, Mikey Fry 2/12, Nic Frances 2/25)

St Andrew’s College won by 23 runs

 

U15A XI vs Grey High School (50 overs)

St Andrew’s College 139 all out

Grey High School 73 All Out (Nic Frances 4/20, Mikey Fry 2/5)

St Andrew’s College won by 66 runs

 

 

 

 

U15B XI vs Grey High School

St Andrew’s College 211 all out after 42 overs (Ntsika Ngewana 52, Miles Jackson 38)

Grey High School 214/2

St Andrew’s College lost by 8 wickets

 

U14A XI vs Grey High School (20/20)

St Andrew’s College 63/9

Grey High School 65/2

St Andrew’s College lost by 8 wickets

 

U14A XI vs Grey High School (50 overs)

St Andrew’s College 185/8 (Tom Wostenholm 37)

Grey High School 188/2

St Andrew’s College lost by 8 wickets

 

U14B XI vs Grey High School

St Andrew’s College 168 all out (Luke Van Vuuren 66, William Emslie 55)

Grey High School 169/4

St Andrew’s College lost by 6 wickets