Up-to-Date Results - All Teams
Results for the week ending 18 October:
Grey rout Woodridge
Woodridge chose to bat first on an unusually greenish looking Pollock Oval pitch. Bryce Howarth swung the ball prodigiously and soon had Woodridge in all sorts of trouble at 23 for 5. Howarth ended with the superb figures of 5 for 15, he was well supported by Kyle Biddulph, taking 3 for 18. Woodridge never recovered and were finally bowled out for 60. Liam Lindsay held the Grey inning together with a patient 27 not out, to see the home team to a comfortable six wicket victory.
Special mention must be made of the incredible achievement of Reece Coleman, scored a chanceless 203 for the Grey U15B team against Westering under 15A team
Woodridge 1st 60 All Out ( Kyle Biddulph 3 for 18, Bryce Howarth 5 for 15)
Grey 1st 61 for 4 (Liam Lindsay 27 no)
Grey won by 6 wickets
Westering 1st 138 All Out ( Cameron De Wet 3 for 17, Ryan Forbes 2 for 12)
Grey 2nd 139 for 2 ( Cameron Rania 70no, Jose Smith 35no)
Grey won by 8 wickets
Woodridge 2nd 88 for 4
Grey 3rd 89 for 4
Grey won by 6 wickets
Westering 2nd 93 for 9 ( Dillon Hickson 5 for 13)
Grey 4th 94 for 5 ( Bevan Prinsloo 44 )
Grey won by 6 wickets
Woodridge Colts A 117 All Out ( Tiaan Van Vuuren 3 for 17, Ross Fourie 3 for 3)
Grey Colts A 118 FOR 4 ( Mathew Biggs 40no, Tiaan Van Vuuren 21)
Grey won by 6 wickets
Grey 15B 380 for 3 (9reece Coleman 203, Darren Vermaak 82no, Kyle Mills 40)
Westering 15A 104 All Out (Ryan Harris 4 for 20, Hilton Krige 2 for 20)
Grey won by 276 runs
Woodridge 14A 81 FOR 9 ( Liam O’Sullivan 3 for 21, Heath Richards 3 for 8)
Grey 14A 82 FOR 5 ( Heath Richards 26no)
Grey won by 5 wickets
Westering 14A 113 for 4
Grey 14B 118 for 5 ( Ethan Blignaut 56no)
Grey won by 5 wickets
Results for the week ending 11 October:
GREY CRICKET AT TOP NATIONAL WEEKS
Grey High School Cricket generally fared well at the national cricketing weeks they attended over the holidays.
The 1st XI travelled to the annual Cape Schools week in the Western Cape. They started well with two comfortable wins over SACS and Paarl Boys. They then suffered narrow defeats against the top ranked team in the Country, Rondebsoch Boys, followed by an exciting one wicket loss to Wynberg. The Wynberg game was always in the balance, with Grey having scored an above average 256 for 6 in the allotted 50 overs, they then had Wynberg in trouble at 56 for 4, only for the Wynberg middle order and tail to wag and win the game in the final over with one wicket in hand. Grey players to impress at the Festival were Captian David Masterson, Jonathan Draai and Liam Lindsay.
The 2nd XI had success at the Cape Youth Week hosted by Graeme College, winning 3 matches and losing just one T20 match on the final day to United CC from Cape Town. Their opposition were all Schools first teams. Some outstanding performances were recorded by the leg spin of Cameron Rania( hat trick and two five wicket hauls) and centuries by Lubabalo Dobela and Ben Dryden.
Grey hosted their own under 15 Festival, with 14 teams participating from throughout the Country. The Grey and Wynberg teams were the only teams to end the Festival unbeaten. The Grey Colts team drew their first two time cricket matches, been on top against Keatrsney on Day 1 and then followed it up with a good performance against Wynberg, unfortunately losing wickets near the end of their run chase and falling 9 runs short to draw the game. The final two matches saw the Grey team record big wins against SACS and St Albans. Tiaan Van Vuuren was Grey’s leading run scorer, recording 3 fifties, he was well supported by Mathew Biggs, Nicolas Fowler and Cody Posthumus each scoring a half century each.
The U14A team attended the Charl Van Rooyen week in Johannesburg where they struggled against some of the larger Schools from Gauteng. They started the week with a good win against Durban High School, followed by a heavy defeat to the strong KES team and then two narrow defeats to Pretoria Boys and Waterkloof.
Grey 1st vs Paarl Boys
Grey 1st 222 All Out( Jonathan Draai 90, Liam Harrison 31, Liam Lindsay 37)
Paarl Boys 100 All Out (Dylan Smith 3 for 25; Lutho Sipamla 3 for 3)
Grey won by 122 runs
Grey 1st vs SACS
SACS 108 All Out (Bryce Howarth 3 for 16, Daniel Dutton 3 for 22)
Grey 1st 101 for 2 ( David Masterson 52 no)
Grey won by 8 wickets
Grey 1st vs Rondebosch Boys
Grey 1st 176 All Out ( David Masterson 82)
Rondebosch 177 for 6 (Liam Lindsay 3 for 45)
Rondebosch won by 4 wickets
Grey 1st vs Wynberg
Grey 1st 256 for 6 ( Liam Lindsay 59, David Masterson 67, Jarryd Lookwhy 31)
Wynberg 257 for 9 ( Jonathan Draai 3 for 48)
Wynberg won by 1 wicket
Grey 2nd vs Bergvliet 1st
Bergvliet 1st 93 All Out ( Cameron Rania 5 for 3 incl a hat trick)
Grey 2nd 94 for 1 ( Keagan Cooke 53 not out)
Grey won by 9 wickets
Grey 2nd vs Pinelands 1st
Grey 256 for 2 ( Ben Dryden 111 not out, Lubabalo 103 not out)
Pinelands 113 for 8 ( Cameron Rania 5 for 20)
Grey 2nd vs United CC – T20
Grey 112 for 5 (Jose Smith 47 not out)
United 113 for 3
United CC won by 7 wickets
Grey 2nd vs Westerford 1st – T20
Grey 156 for 6 ( Luther Richards 49, Jose Smith 42)
Westerford 106 for 4
Grey won by 50 runs
Grey U15A vs Kearsney
Grey 15A 222 All Out ( Nicolas Fowler 69, Tiaan Van Vuuren 61, Tristan Stubbs 29)
Kearsney 132 for 4
Grey U15A vs Wynberg
Wynberg 183 for 8
Grey 15A 174 for 8 ( Mathew Biggs 34, Tiaan Van Vuuren 59)
Grey 15A vs SACS
Grey 15A 244 for 5 (Mathew Biggs 64, LJ Du Preez 29, Ross Fourie 24, Cody Posthumus 46)
SACS 137 All Out ( Connor De Lange 5 for 30, Nic Fowler 3 for 11)
Grey 15A vs St Albans – T20
Grey 15A 179 FOR 4 ( Nicolas Fowler 22, Cody Posthumus56, Tiaan Van Vuuren 53, Ross Fourie 20)
St Albans 60 All Out ( Connor DE Lange 4 for 15, Callum Du Plessis 2 for 12)
Grey won by 119 runs
Grey 14A vs Durban High
Grey 14A 178 All Out
Durban High 138 for 8
Grey won by 40 runs
Grey 14A vs KES
Grey 142 for 8 ( Michau 33, O’Sullivan 55 no)
KES 143 for 1
KES won by 9 wickets
Grey 14A vs Pretoria Boys
Pretoria Boys 187 for 7
Grey 14 A 141 All Out ( Michau 44)
Pretoria Boys won by
Grey 14A vs Waterkloof – T20
Waterkloof 141 for 3
Grey 14A 120 for 5 ( Luke Beaufort 46)
Waterkloof won by 21 runs
Results for the week ending 20 September:
Grey Cricket off to a winning start
The Grey 1ST XI made a winning start to their cricket season with wins over Pearson and Framesby at the Pearson Cricket Festival.
Jarryd Lookwhy and Jonathan Draai both batted well against Framesby in a T20 fixture at Framesby. Grey scoring 125 for 7 in their allotted 20 overs. Framesby made a spirited reply but fell 18 runs short.
The Grey 1st XI had an impressive win over Pearson. Grey won the toss and sent Pearson into bat on a responsive wicket. The Grey seamers bowled very well with Kyle Biddulph claiming five wickets and he was well supported by Jonathan Draai, who took 3 wickets. Pearson lost wickets at regular intervals and were finally bowled out for 126. Liam Lindsay and James Hemsley, the two opening batsman, had a solid opening partnership to lay the foundation for an 8 wicket Grey victory.
A Grey Invitation team (excluding matrics) also enjoyed two victories over Hudson Park and Union High. The Union High game turned out to be a thriller with Grey winning the game in the final over by 4 runs. Jonathan Crankshaw from Union High came within a whisker of guiding his team to a memorable victory, only to be dismissed in the final over for a well-played 104
Grey 1st XI vs Framesby – T20
Grey 125 for 7 (Jarryd Lookwhy 30, Jonathan Draai 30)
Framesby 107 for 8
Grey won by 18 runs
Grey 1 st XI vs Pearson
Pearson 126 all out (Kyle Biddulph 5 for 29, Jonathan Draai 3 for 23)
Grey 127 for 2 (Liam Lindsay 60, James Hemsley 37)
Grey won by 8 wickets
Grey Invitation XI vs Hudson Park – 45 overs
Hudson Park 111 (Nicolas Fowler 3 for 15)
Grey 112 for 6 (David Masterson 28)
Grey won by 4 wickets
Grey Invitation XI vs Union High
Grey 224 for 6 (Campbell De Wet 66, Shaun Callaghan 69 no)
Union High 220 for 8 (Jonathan Crankshaw, David Masterson 3 for 32)
Grey won by 4 runs
Results for the week ending 2 August:
Grey High vs Grey College
Grey High lose narrowly in Bloemfontein
The Grey College (Bloemfontein) and Grey High (Port Elizabeth) traditional fixture produced schoolboy rugby of the highest standard. The Grey College team ran out 34 – 22 winners, but the game was in the balance throughout. Both teams scored for four tries apiece.
The visitors, Grey High, who have never beaten Grey College in Bloemfontein, certainly missed the opportunity of winning this match after enjoying a territorial advantage.
The Grey College team were quick out of the blocks, kicking an early penalty and following it up with a converted try to lead 10-nil. Grey High’s impressive backline hit back immediately through a full backline movement, with Lubabalo Dobela rounding the move off in the corner (10 - 5). Grey College stretched the lead to 16 – 5 via two penalties. With five minutes remaining in the first half, Lubabalo Dobela scored his second try for the visitors and Curwin Bosch converted (16 – 12). In the final move of the first half, Grey High had a defensive lapse and allowed Grey College to run the length of the field to increase their lead to 21 – 12 at the break.
The second half followed a similar pattern to the first, with the Grey College forwards holding the upper hand against a spirited Grey High pack whose backs always looked dangerous. Mohamed Connelly and Curwin Bosch scored two further tries for the visitors with Grey College scoring one of their own. This gave Grey College a 26 – 22 lead with 12 minutes remaining.
Grey College ensured their victory with a penalty and a try in the final few minutes.
Grey High 1st 0 vs Grey College 9
Grey High U15 0 VS Grey College 9
Grey High 1st 5 vs Grey College 1st 1
Grey High U16A 6 vs Grey College 0
Grey 1st 4 vs St Andrews (Bloem) 1st 2
Grey 16A 3 vs St Andrews (Bloem ) 3
Grey High 2 vs Grey College 5
Grey High won the senior debate against Grey College
Grey High 1st ½ VS Grey College 1st 5 ½
Grey High 2nd 1 vs Grey College 2nd 5
Grey High 3rd 2 vs Grey College 3rd 4
Grey High 4th 0 vs Grey College 4th 6
Good wins for Grey Hockey
The Grey 1st XI had two good wins during the course of last week. Grey followed up their convincing mid-week 4 - 0 win over Pearson with a 1 goal win against tradition rivals and brother School, Grey College in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
The Grey 1st XI dominated their encounter against Grey College but failed to convert the many chances on offer. A well-executed break out from a defensive short corner saw some swift inter passing which allowed Matt King to convert to give the Grey High team the lead after 10 minutes.
A number of excellent saves from the Grey College goalkeeper kept us from scoring any more goals in the second half and an excellent save by Richard Nesbit kept our sheet clean, ensuring the Grey High team a well-deserved 1 – 0 win.
The Grey 1st team were quick out of the blocks and enjoyed a 3 – 0 lead at half time against the Pearson 1st team. The Grey boys put the game beyond doubt when they scored a fourth goal in the 2nd half. Matt King and Laython Coombs scored two goals apiece.
14C won 3 - 0
14B won 1 - 0
14A won 3 - 0
16E lost 3 - 1
16D lost 1 - 0
16C won 1 - 0
16B lost 4 - 0
16A won 3 – 2
4ths won 4 - 2
3rds drew 1 - 1
2nds won 4 – 0
1sts won 1 – 0
1ST won 4 – 0
2ND won 5 – 0
16A won 3 – 0
16B won 2 – 0
14A won 7 – 0
14D lost to Pearson 14B 1 - 4
Results for the week ending 4 May:
Wynberg Junior Festival:
U14A vs Tygerberg won 60-0
U15A vs Tygerberg won 26-9
U16A vs Tygerberg won 67-0
U14A vs Bishops won 54-8
U15A vs Bishops lost 7-10
U16A vs Bishops won 19-3
Rugby vs Daniel Pienaar
1st won 48-3
2nd won 43-0
3rd won 41-3
4th won 59-0
5th won 78-0
16A won 48-7
16B won 58-0
16C won 50-7
15A won 59-0
15B won 43-0
15C won 45-5
14A won 50-3
14B won 75-0
14C won 59-0
U14D 0 Framesby U14A 1
U14B 4 Pearson U14A 1
U16E 3 Pearson U16D 0
5th 6 Nico Malan 1st 0
4th 3 Theodore Herzl 0
3rd 6 Victoria Park 2nd 0
U16A 11 Alexander Road U16A 0
1st XI 4 Alexander Road 1st 0
1sT XI vs Alexander Road
We took on Alexander Road at their Astroturf last Thursday. An early goal gave us a lead, followed 3 minutes later by a low drag flick courtesy of Jason Howarth, for us to lead 2-0.
We scored our 3rd after a penalty flick by Laython Coombs, who got his hat trick on the stroke of half time, as we went into the break 4 nil up.
We continued to dominate territory and possession for the rest of the match, but failed to score another goal. Kudos to the Alex keeper for pulling off a number of impressive saves!
Results for the week ending 19 April:
Endless rain and impending load shedding saw the 1st XI clash pushed to Saturday morning from the typical Friday evening time slot.
We began well and scored after 3 minutes, Jonathan Shepherd sweeping in an excellent cross from Shaun King. A well-executed drag flick saw our maroon clad opponents equalise after 20 minutes, and unfortunately we conceded another just on the halftime buzzer to trail 1 goal to 2. The second stanza started at a frenetic pace as we attempted to reduce the deficit. We forced two short corners and came agonizingly close to scoring. Throwing more players forward saw Paul Roos overturn possession and speed down the right flank, extending their lead to 2 goals. We pushed forward and were finally rewarded with our second goal right on the final buzzer. The final score 2 to 3.
1st team Grey 5 ½ Paul Roos ½
X Country Relay
1st Grey 55 min 58 seconds
2nd Paul Roos 1 hr 4 min
Grey 5 Paul Roos 1
Grey 6 Paul Roos 0
Paul Roos 6 Grey 1
Grey 1 Paul Roos 11
Paul Roos 7 Grey 0
Results for week ending 8 March:
1st XI vs Queen’s College
We started late due to a thunderstorm flooding the outfield. Most of our top order got good starts, Smith 38 and Breetzke 37. Captain David Masterton top scored with 42, as we ended on 194 for 8 in our 60 overs.
Kyle Biddulph (3 for 20) and Bryce Howarth (4 for 31) bowled well from the outset, reducing Queen’s to 41 for 7. Some plucky batting by the Queen’s lower order saw the prospect of draw become likely, before some clever bowling changes saw Lutho Sipamla taking the last wicket as we bowled Queen’s out for 104. Victory for Grey by 90 runs.
1st XI vs St Andrew’s College
We met St Andrew’s on Sunday after missing out on our fixture three weeks ago due to their participation in the national T20 Finals.
Another late start due to drizzle, and again we batted first. Matthew Breetzke again showed fine form, until he was caught for 57. A middle order collapse saw us lose 4 wickets for the addition of 10 runs, and we were teetering at 112 for 5. Again Masterton played a captain’s innings, as he and Jonathan Draai began to score more freely. Masterton fell for 46 and Draai for 23, before Bryce Howarth scored a brief 18 to allow us to declare at 218 for 8 after our 70 overs.
St Andrew’s overcame the loss of 2 early wickets and were 86 for 2. We regrouped at drinks and took further wickets, leaving the match evenly poised with the score at 126 for 4. The rain had other ideas though, and we were forced to abandon the match.
2nd XI vs Queen’s College (20 overs)
Grey 118 for 4
S. Mzalisi 35*
D. Dutton 29
J. Hemslie 28
Grey won by 6 wickets
3rd XI vs Pearson 2nd XI (20 overs)
Grey 105 for 9
M. Wilson 27
Pearson 106 for 8
J. Stansbury 3 for 24
Grey lost by 2 wickets
Colts A vs Queens (20 overs)
Grey 166 for 4
N. Fowler 84
L.J. du Preez 23
T. Stubbs 22
Queen’s 48 all out
C. de Lange 3 for 20
M. Biggs 3 for 2
Grey won by 118 runs
Colts B vs Pearson U15A
Pearson 95 all out
C. du Plessis 3 for 7
Harris 3 for 3
Grey 96 for 2
R. Coleman 37
K. Mills 17
Grey won 8 wickets
Grey u14A vs Queens College (25 overs)
Grey 100 for 5
H. Richards 32*
Queen’s 73 for 9
H. Richards 5 for 16
Grey won by 27 runs
Grey U14B vs Pearson U14B
Grey 124 for 8
E. Blignaut 30
L. Stuart 29
J. Brookman 28
Pearson 37 all out
C. Dryden 2 for 7
C. Miles 2 for 7
Grey won by 87 runs
7th XI vs Brandwag 3rd XI
Grey 147/1 in 20 overs
D. Long 64*
K. Gibson 62
Brandwag 139 all out
Grey won by 8 runs
U15C vs Bethelsdorp U15A
Bethelsdorp 107 all out
G. Zangel 3 for 10
CJ Greef 41*
Grey won by 4 wickets
1st team at the King Edward the VII Waterpolo Festival
Currently ranked 3rd in SA, our 1st team journeyed to Johannesburg to participate in the KES Festival.
Our pool games were against Bishops (9-8), Parktown Boys (9-5) and Pretoria Boys (15-5), all comfortable wins. We ended our Pool in first place.
Our quarter final was against St Albans, and we won by 18 goals to 14.
We then faced St Johns in our semi-final, and led 7-6 until a goal on the siren forced us into penalties. The shootout didn’t go our way, and ended 8-10 in their favour.
We met a highly fancied Clifton College in the semi-final, and won by 5 goals to 4 to claim bronze.
Well done on a very successful season!
U15A – Kingswood Shield
Alexander Road won 12-0
St Andrew’s Inv won 10-0
Glenwood won 5-0
Hudson Park won 7-2
Quarter final – Oakhill won 12-0
Semi Final – St Andrew’s College won 7-2
Final: Selborne College won 7-2
Results for week ending 8 February:
1st XI back to winning ways against Bishops
Our 1st XI was fired up after a tough week, and after losing the toss made early inroads. Sipamla (4 for 23) and Draai bowled with aggression, while Bryce Howarth blew the tail away, quickly taking 3 for 19. Bishops were bowled out for 106.
Our run chase began in now typical fashion, the loss of early wickets leaving us reeling at 37 for 4. Liam Lindsay and Lubabalo Dobela brought sanity to the proceedings, and while Lindsay fell for a patient 39, Dobela saw us home (30*) as we coasted to victory by 4 wickets.
2nd XI vs Bishops
Grey 194/9 declared
D. Dutton 52
J. Schwagele 28
K. Cooke 4/22
3rd XI vs Otto du Plessis 1st XI (T20)
Otto 120 for 5 in 20 overs
M. Biggs 2 for 18
J Stansbury 1 for 18
Grey 95 all out
R. Forbes 15
C. Diedricks 15
Grey lost by 25 runs
U15A vs Bishops
Grey 264 for 8
N. Fowler 68
T. van Breda 51*
Bishops 50 for 5
A Draai 3 for 14
M Biggs 2 for 1
U14A vs Bishops
Grey 150 for 9 dec
L. O’ Sullivan 52
H. Richards 47
Bishops 64 for 8
R. Shearer 3 for 16
J. Kruger 2 for 6
U14B vs Union High
Union 164 all out in 34 overs
Boucher 2 for 11
Grey 110 all out
R Mclean 22
Grey lost by 54 runs
Grey U15 W Polo Festival
Our annual u15 Waterpolo festival took place this past weekend, and we entered our U15A, U15B and U14A teams were entered amongst a raft of strong polo playing schools, such as Wynberg, St Andrew’s College and Selborne.
Our U14A side did well to end second in Pool B after the round robin stages. They beat St Andrew’s U15A 5-2, and lost narrowly to Selborne U15A by 2 goals to 3. The U14A’s then defeated Pearson in the quarter final enroute to a semi-final clash with the Grey U15A team. In a hotly contested semi-final they went down 4 goals to 6, and unfortunately lost the 3rd /4th play off to St Andrew’s, again by 4 goals to 6.
The U15A team cruised through the pool stage, scoring 46 goals and conceding 6. Their defeat of the U14 team in the semi-final set up a final with our rivals Selborne College. In a tense final the score ended at 4 goals apiece, and unfortunately we were undone in the penalty shootout, victory to Selborne!
1st team Basketball win against St Andrew’s College
Our 1st match of the year went according to plan, as we outclassed St Andrew’s on attack and defence.
David Ho and Josh Loyson controlled the tempo, while Josh Parker top scored with 20 points. Aya Oliphant demoralised our opponents with three 3-point plays, as we won by 51 points to 34.
Grey U14B vs Nombulelo U14A lost 10 – 12
Grey U14A vs St Andrew’s U14A won 28 – 5
Grey U16B vs St Andrew’s U16B won 13 – 12
Grey U16A vs St Andrew’s U16A lost 12 – 27
Grey 2nd vs St Andrew’s 2nd lost 20 – 22
Grey 2nd vs Nombulelo 1st lost 16 - 47
Squash players in Bloem
We travelled to Bloemfontein to participate in the annual FNB Squash Festival, hosted by St Andrew’s Bloem.
The conditions were made difficult by erratic load shedding creating havoc with the fixtures.
Our results were as follows:
Vs Stithians won 5-1
Vs Northcliff lost 1-5
Vs St Andrew’s lost 2-4
Vs St Dunstan’s lost 1-5
Vs Kearsney College won 3-1
U14 Regatta victory for Grey on the Swartkops
The annual U14 regatta was a great success, the hosts winning the Victor Ludorum for the most points (45)
Selborne College ended second on 36 points, St Andrew’s third on 20 points, and ZRC 4th on 12 points.
The Victrix Ludorum was won by ZRC, with Clarendon Girls second.