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Friday, 24 January 2020 19:50

Cricket: This Week's Results: 26/01/20

All the U14, U15, U16 and First XI results from around the country.

With six wins from six starts it is last year’s top ranked team, SACS that heads the first First XI rankings for the 2020 season although it must be stressed these are still very early days with many teams yet to join the table.

Monday, 20 January 2020 09:32

Water Polo: This Week's Results: 18/01/2020

This Week’s Water Polo Results from around the country.

Friday, 17 January 2020 11:25

Cricket: This Week's Results: 19/01/2020

Several big games taking place this week with a great opportunity for players to make their mark in the 2020 season.

Saturday, 11 January 2020 12:30

Cricket: This Week's Results: 12/01/2020

The school 2020 season is up and running!

Thursday, 26 December 2019 11:31

Water Polo: St Stithians Girls Riding High

St Stithians Girls’ water polo has become synonymous with success so I asked Saints’ master in charge of water polo and first team head coach Pierre le Roux if he could give SA School Sports readers some pointers as to why.


Heinrigh Pieterse can bat. Random examples – 190-odd last year against a quality Maritzburg College bowling attack while in grade 10 at KES during the Fasken St David’s Marist Inanda Festival.

Friday, 06 December 2019 07:41

Cricket: Cameron Rowe's Career is on Course

Day one of Oppenheimer Michaelmas Cricket Week a few months ago (September 21) the champion St Stithians College first XI demolished their fellow Coca-Cola Schools T20 Challenge National Franchise Finals finalists St Charles College by 7 wickets in a 50-over match on the splendid Saints Oval.

Thursday, 21 November 2019 17:34

First XI Cricket: Who Has Dominated the Decade?

It’s that time of year where it is difficult to escape the strains of Christmas music on the radio, Black Friday specials and tinsel in shopping centres. Thoughts are focused on how heavy the turkey is and for just how long it needs to be in the Weber. Groundsmen all around the country are enjoying the fact that the pitches can receive some much-needed attention and no wickets need to be prepared for the endless stream of matches demanded by the schools’ cricket programme.