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CRICKET: St Andrew’s vs Selborne College

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CRICKET: St Andrew’s vs Selborne College

1st XI vs Selborne College (Declaration, Lower field)
St Andrew’s College won the toss versus Selborne College and did well to bat out their allotted 65 overs on Lower’s pitch which had a tinge of green to it. Openers, William Beamish (85) and debutant Rhys Wiblin (81) combined well at the crease, creating a solid foundation for College’s innings of 268/5.
This left Selborne 55 overs for their run chase, and with free-flowing Border batsmen, Jacque van der Merwe and Tre’ Gilbert in the lineup, College would have to hit their lines and lengths. College found two early wickets, and thereafter the van der Merwe and Gilbert duo applied the pressure and showed their class, making the most of College’s erred lengths, and blasted Lower field’s square boundaries.
Selborne was firmly on the front foot on 165/3 after 31 overs, and like Friday night’s T20 match College had to find a way to respond. William Beamish was thrown the ball by his Captain Mitchell Coventry, Mitchell was recently promoted to Captain after incumbent Captain Murray Wilson broke his hand in the College Premier League, whilst successfully diving for a catch in the outfield. William Beamish gave it his all in the match-up versus van der Merwe, who unfortunately, when on 99 was trapped in front by Beamish, reigniting the College team.
Thereafter a mix-up led to Tre’ Gilbert’s run out for 67 and College had managed to put the breaks on, with Selborne needing 75 runs in the last hour of 16 overs. College tossed Rhys Wiblin the ball encouraging the Selborne batsmen to take on his leggies, but Selborne went somewhat quiet finishing the drawn match on 249/5, with Waedan Plaaitjies on 64 not out.
A very well done to both teams for producing an intriguing declaration match and for following up the animated Friday’s nights T20 match with superb entertainment on a testing day of declaration cricket.
1st XI vs Selborne College (T20) (Day night match, Knowling field)
St Andrew’s College 182/5 (William Beamish 56 (27), Samuel Scheckter 38 (21), Mark Were 32*(13), Andy Holmes 14*(7)
Selborne College 155/7 (Joe Wostenholm 3/29, Samuel Scheckter 3/26)
St Andrew’s College won by 27 runs
1st XI vs Selborne College (Declaration, Lower field)
St Andrew’s College 268/6 (65 overs) (William Beamish 85, Whys Wiblin 81)
Selborne College 249/5 (55 overs)
Match drawn

Cricket Club Results

1st XI vs Selborne College (T20) (Day night match, Knowling field)

St Andrew’s College 182/5 (William Beamish 56 (27), Samuel Scheckter 38 (21), Mark Were 32*(13), Andy Holmes 14*(7)

Selborne College 155/7 (Joe Wostenholm 3/29, Samuel Scheckter 3/26)

St Andrew’s College won by 27 runs

 

1st XI vs Selborne College (Declaration, Lower field)

St Andrew’s College 268/6 (65 overs) (William Beamish 85, Whys Wiblin 81)

Selborne College 249/5 (55 overs)

Match drawn

 

2nd XI vs Selborne College (Declaration, Knowling field)

Selborne College 176 all out (James Badenhorst 4/24, Matthew Ladds 2/21)

St Andrew’s College 113 all out

St Andrew’s College lost by 63 runs

 

3rd XI vs Selborne College (50 overs, St Aidan’s field)

Selborne College 272-6 (Andrew Turvey 2/21, Aba Zingela 2/46)

St Andrew’s College 164 all out (42.3 overs) (Jay-D Whyte 50, Sid Fishlock 30)

St Andrew’s College lost by 109 runs.

 

4th XI vs Selborne College (A) (50 overs)

Selborne College to 258/4 for 4

St Andrew’s College 259/9 (Danny O’Connell 50)

St Andrew’s College won by 1 wicket

 

U15A XI vs Selborne College (Declaration, Knowling field)

St Andrew’s College 399/5 declared (Luke Mason 125, Mackenzie More 99)

Selborne 76 all out (Entle Ngcaba 3/10, Josh Ablort Morgan 3/5)

Won by 323 runs

 

U15B XI vs Selborne College (50 overs, Upper field)

St Andrew’s College 82 all out

Selborne College 84/3

St Andrew’s College lost by 7 wickets

 

U14A XI vs Selborne College (A) (Declaration)

St Andrew’s College 315/5 (Conner Holder 107, Charlie Broster 65, James Wienand 51)

Selborne College 170/7 (Oliver Whitaker 5/56)

Match drawn

 

U14B XI vs Selborne College (50 overs, Baxter field)

St Andrew’s College 278 all out (31 overs) (Toby Glen 60)

Selborne College 96 all out (Andrew Barnes 3/21)

St Andrew’s College won by 182 Runs

 

Double wicket competition (Retief field)

Finlay Griffin and Blake Antrobus (52)

Sikho Fumbata and Stuart White (70)

Stuart Stern and Ethan Hayes (43)

Justin Mills and Coach Vuyani Bhebhe (71)