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Monday, 05 November 2012 21:17

Cricket: Rankings for 3rd November, 2012

The sun was shining for the most part over the weekend allowing plenty of action on the field which resulted in several surprises and some movement on the table.

 

RRRWynberg have all but clinched the No.1 spot this year with another convincing performance this time against SACS who were clobbered by 182 runs. David Beddingham struck a superb 76 and there was also a supportive 53* by Jason Smith to set SACS a total of 242/8. However Smith who claimed 5/11 rocked the SACS batting lineup and SACS were soon bundled out for a paltry 60 runs.

Bishops also have a memorable victory over Boishaai in what turned out to be a low scoring affair. Bishops posted a mere 130 runs and Boishaai would have expected to get there without too much stress. However Digby Harding snatched 4/43 and along with Ryan Julius who got 3/31 stunted Paarl Boy’s chances as they were finally bowled out for 106 runs. Amazingly Bishop’s Digby Harding has taken 80 wickets this year and still was overlooked for the WP U19A side?

Pretoria Boy’s hosted their neighbors’ Affies in what was literally the clash in the home of the Titans. Affies who had previously beaten PBHS by 49 runs earlier this year would have been hoping for a repeat performance but they seemed to struggle from the start on a flat track that gave little assistance to the bowlers. Posting a respectable 251/6 with Uli Boezaart striking a great 103 not out it appeared like a sizable enough total. However Pretoria Boy’s went about overhauling the total with a certain degree of professionalism and had reached 129/3 after 25 overs and were well on their way to the victory. Led by their mercurial captain Aiden Markram who struck an superb century Pretoria Boy’s completed a well deserved win over Affies by 5 wickets.

Maritzburg College finally managed to play some cricket after 5 weekends of rain and they were in great form easily putting away St.Charles College. A fine 84 by Josh Rencken helped College end on 236/7 in their 50 overs. To be fair SCC attacked the total with a measure of commitment and there was a glimmer of hope that an upset was on the cards in the early stages, however Tim Guise-Brown had one of the spells of his life claiming three wickets in a maiden over and finishing with figures of 5/7 to help St.Charles collapse to 156 all out and Maritzburg College won by 80 runs.

 

Other results:

Western Cape:

Bishops 130 beat Paarl Boy’s High 106 all out by 24 runs

Wynberg 242/8 beat SACS 60 all out by 182 runs

Somerset College 164/10 beat Boland Landbou 154/10 by 10 runs

Milnerton High 101/8 beat Bergvliet 97 all out by 2 wickets

Paul Roos Gym 161 all out drew with Rondebosch 141/9

Eastern Cape:

Kingswood College 304/3 beat Graeme College 151 all out

St.Andrew’s College 190/5 beat Woodridge 113 all out

Queen’s College 203/3 beat Selborne College 202/9 by 7 wickets

KwaZulu-Natal:

Michaelhouse 244/7 drew with Kearsney College (hail stopped play)

Northwood 142/7 beat DHS by 3 wickets

Maritzburg College 236/7 beat St.Charles College 156 all out

Clifton College 210/7 beat Kloof High 67 all out

Gauteng/Noord Vaal

Pretoria Boy’s High 253/5 beat Affies 251/6 by 5 wickets

St.John’s 241/5 (Jake Alfred 107*) beat Randburg 239/5 by 5 wickets

Jeppe Boy’s 175 all out beat KES 126 all out by 49 runs

Parktown 187/4 beat Alberton 186 all out by 6 wickets

St. David’s Inanda 165/7 beat St.Alban’s College 165 all out by 3 wickets

St.Stithian’s 240/6 beat St.Benedict’s 109 all out by 131 runs

Rankings 3rd November:

NOVEMBER 3, 2012

RANK

TEAM

PLAYED

AVG PTS

1

WYNBERG

22

7.3

2

PRETORIA BOY'S

24

6.6

3

WESTVILLE

22

6.5

4

RONDEBOSCH

34

6.4

5

AFFIES

24

6.4

6

GREY COLLEGE

14

6.4

7

ST.ALBAN'S

23

5.9

8

SELBORNE

21

5.9

9

ST.JOHN'S

26

5.9

10

GLENWOOD

14

5.9

11

PAARL BOY'S

23

5.9

12

DHS

15

5.8

13

KING EDWARD VII

26

5.8

14

BISHOPS

33

5.6

15

ST.STITHIAN'S

13

5.6

16

ST.DAVID'S

13

5.5

17

HUDSON PARK

15

5.5

18

PAUL ROOS

16

5.3

19

CLIFTON

20

5.2

20

MENLOPARK

24

5.1

21

ST.ANDREWS

23

4.8

22

KEARSNEY

12

4.8

23

JEPPE BOY'S

12

4.4

23

FRAMESBY

14

4.2

24

GREY HIGH

12

4.2

25

MARITZBURG COLLEGE

23

3.6

26

SACS

15

3.6

27

MICHAELHOUSE

22

3.1

28

NORTHWOOD

11

2.9

29

UNION HIGH

17

2.9

30

ST.BENEDICT'S

19

1.6

31

HILTON

19

1.5

33

ST.CHARLES COLLEGE

13

0.9

 

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