CSA LOG LEADERS IN OUDTSHOORN
The strong Free State team who are currently the log leaders in both the CSA Provincial Three and One Day competition will be in Oudtshoorn this weekend where they will take on SWD in their own backyard at the Recreation Ground. Free State is at 118.36 points after 10 matches and SWD in 6th place on 101.64 after the same number of matches. SWD is also in 6th place in the T20 competition.
The SWD supporters will ask for consistency from the local team in both the batting and bowling department. Free State, who is coached by former Protea opening batsman, Rudy Steyn, will be fielding a solid outfit with the likes of Rudy Second, Michael Erlank, Corné Dry and Gino Vries.
The SWD batters will need to post 350 in their first innings to have an advantage over the visitors whilst Gurshwin Rabie and Marcello Piedt will be hoping for support in the bowling department.
Gareth Dukes was given the nod for the three day match whilst Adrian McLaren will be available on Sunday to boost the SWD’s T20 team.
The SWD team for the Three Day match is: Ross McMillan (capt), Luthando Mnyanda, Waldo Lategan, Glen Addicot, Brendon Louw, Pieter Stuurman, Gareth Dukes, Phaphama Fojela, Marcello Piedt, Justin Jordaan and Gurshwin Rabie. Adrian McLaren, Kobus Scholtz, Douglas Baartman and Ruan Stander will be added for theT20 match.
VACANCY: FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
7 March 2013
A Comprehensive curriculum vitae (CV) with references and certified copies of academic and other qualifications must be submitted to the SWD Cricket Board, Postnet Suite 96, Private Bag X680, Oudtshoorn, 6620, or via fax to 086 541 5848 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for applications is 20 March 2013. The annual remuneration package is R140,400 – excluding a 7.5% provident fund contribution and medical aid.
VICTORY FOR SWD IN T20
5 March 2013
The SWD cricket team bounced back on Sunday when they recorded their second consecutive victory in the CSA Provincial Tweny20 challenge against Northers. SWD won a nail-biting match by 2 wickets with four balls to spare.
Northerns, thanks to Francois le Clus (62) posted 139/9 in their innings. Luthando Mnyanda (3/13 in four overs) bowled a magnificent spell of off leg break bowling. Waldo Lategan (43; 31 balls) was instrumental in SWD’s run chase but it was Pieter Stuurman (26*; 2×4’s) who take SWD over the line.
In the Three Day match Northerns scored 292 in their first innings and secured a 12 runs lead after SWD replied with 280 thanks to Waldo Lategan (119) who scored his second first class hundred. Northerns, who were with their backs against the wall at 118/8. They however escaped before they declare their second innings at 272/8 thanks to an unbroken partnership of 154 between Shaun von Berg (84*) and JP de Villiers (88*). SWD, who was set 285 (in 44 overs) for victory declared fought hard to prevent a defeat and were at 108/8 at stumps.
CSA PROVINCIAL THREE DAY
SWD vs Northerns
NORTHERNS 292 1st innings (Lerato Kgoatle 83, Shaun von Berg 60, Greame van Buuren 53, JP de Villiers 37, Marcello Piedt 4/34, Ross McMillan 3/53)
SWD 1st innings 280 (Waldo Lategan 119, Ross McMillan 64, Pieter Stuurman 34, Shaun von Berg 6/79, Tumi Masekela 2/20)
NORTHERNS 2nd innings 272/8 (JP de Villiers 88*, Shaun von Berg 84*, Tumi Masekela 25, Shershan Naidoo 21, Ross McMillan 3/42, Gurshwin Rabie 2/44, Marcello Piedt 2/57)
SWD 2nd innings 108/8 (Glen Addicott 49, Waldo Lategan 27, Greame van Buuren 4/12)
CSA PROVINCIAL T20 COMPETITION
SWD vs Northerns
NORTHENS 139/9 (Francois Le Clus 62, Shaun von Berg 30, Luthando Mnyanda 3/13, Ross McMillan 3/30)
SWD 143/8 (Waldo Lategan 43, Pieter Stuurman 26*, Glen Addicott 19, Gareth Dukes 18, Brendon Louw 16, Cobus Pienar 2/37)
SWD won by 2 wickets
SCHOOLS SUPER LEAGUE SEMI-FINALS
5 March 2013
The U/15 and U/19 teams of Langenhoven Gymnasium in Oudtshoorn advanced to the finals of the SWD Cricket Board schools super league competition.
Gymnasium (113 all out), who are the defending U/19 champions, defeated Oudtshoorn High (61 all out) by 52 runs whilst Oakdale (133 all out) qualified for the final after they defeated Outeniqua High (126 all out) by 7 runs in a nail-biting match.
In the U/15 league the defending champions, Glenwoodhouse will take on Langenhoven Gymnasium in the final.
The summarised score sheets are:
Super League Under 19’s Semi-Finals
Langenhoven Gymnasium U/19 – 113 all out, (J. Heunis 27, E. Titus 21, L. Peterson 2/12, M. Lucas 2/18, G. Esau 2/19)
Oudtshoorn High School U/19 – 61 all out, (L. van der Horst 10, B. Olivier 4/11, S. Eksteen 3/19, E. Titus 2/19)
Langenhoven Gymnasium won by 52 runs.
Oakdale Agricultural School U/19 – 133 all out, (S. Streicher 28, J. Oberholzer 22, P. Bosch 20, L. Roelfse 4/24, N Odient 3/32, H. Barnard 2/16)
Outeniqua High School U/19 – 126 all out, (JP Duvenhage 17, A. Moolman 4/41, J. Janse van Rensberg 3/10, J. Oberholzer 2/32)
Oakdale Agricultural School won by 7 runs.
Super League Under 15’s Semi-Finals
York High School U/15 – 128 all out, (T. Ackerman 33, D. Blew 21, J. Kleu 4/22, R. Papenfus 3/13, J. Du Plessis 2/30)
Glenwoodhouse School U/15 – 129/1, (R. Papenfus 54, C. van der Westhuizen 32)
Glenwoodhouse School won by 9 wickets.
Langenhoven Gymnasium U/15 – 185/7, (D. Prins 48, F. Barnard 39, B. Arries 36*, L. Muller 3/36, J. Mitchell 2/15)
Outeniqua High School U/15 – 143 all out, (R. Lotter 36, S. Swart 26, P. Bruwer 24, R. Pieterse 3/20, D. Prins 3/31, Z. Kuhn 2/6, B. Arries 2/26)
Langenhoven Gymnasium won by 42 runs.
PROMOTIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS
Mayflower Cricket Club of Great Brak River and NMMU (George Campus) have advanced to the SWD Cricket Board Promotion league finals after both teams recorded convincing victories in the semi-finals that were played on Saturday.
Mayflower posted 268 to which Western Hope only replied with 93 to secure Mayflower a 175 runs victory. NMMU who scored 155 runs dismissed Knysna Cavaliers for only 16 runs (a new SWD league record for the lowest score). Lyndon Volkwyn (6/10) and Gareth Dukes (4/5 – including a hat-trick) were both in awesome form with the ball.
The summarized score sheets are:
Mayflower vs Western Hope
MAYFLOWER 268 (Clinton Pietersen 51, Deroy Rhoode 41, Grant Mentoor 37, Brendell Carelse 33, Steven Lourens 4/42)
WESTERN HOPE 93 (Hendrik Oktober 18, Hugh Minnies 5/26, Ashwin Meyer 2/19)
Mayflower won by 175 runs
NMMU vs Knysna Cavaliers
KNYSNA CAVALIERS 16
NMMU won by 139 runs
The SWDCB Promotion League final will be played at the REC Ground in Oudtshoorn on Saturday 16 March whilst the Premier League finals will be contested on 17 March. In the Premier League semi-final’s – scheduled for 16 March – Harlequins Forces will play George whilst Mossel Bay will take on the defending champions, Union Stars
SWD T20 CLUB COMPETITION
5 March 2013
SWD T20 CLUB COMPETITION
The results of matches played in the SWD Twenty20 league competition the past weekend are:
Mossel Bay vs Bongolethu
MOSSEL BAY 160; BONGOLETHU 34
Mossel Bay won by 126 runs
Mossel Bay vs Harlequins
MOSSEL BAY 181/6; HARLEQUINS 142/8
Mossel Bay won by 39 runs
Albertinia vs Harlequins
ALBERTINIA 50; HARLEQUINS 51/1
Harlequins won by 9 wickets
Selbourne vs Dysselsdorp
SELBOURNE 176/5; DYSSELSDORP 126/3
Selbourne won by 50 runs
Calitzdorp vs Selbourne
CALITZDORP 92/8; SELBOURNE 93/0
Selbourne won by 10 wickets
Dysselsdorp vs Calitzdorp
DYSSELSDORP 117; CALITZDORP 120/5
Calitzdorp won by 5 wickets
Harlequins vs Ladismith
LADISMITH 56; HARLEQUINS 61/2
Harlequins won by 8 wickets
Bongolethu vs Harlequins
HARLEQUINS 90; BONGOLETHU 66/9
Harlequins won by 24 runs
Ladismith vs Bongolethu
BONGOLETHU 91; LADISMITH 69/9
Bongolethu won by 22 runs
Pacaltsdorp vs Blanco
PACALTSDORP 126/6; BLANCO 124/7
Pacaltsdorp won by 2 runs
Kranshoek Cobras vs Blanco
BLANCO 215/4; KRANSHOEK COBRAS 123/7
Blanco won by 92 runs
Pacaltsdorp vs Kranshoek Cobras
KRANSHOEK COBRAS 71/8; PACALTSDORP 72/1
Pacaltsdorp won by 9 wickets
Ramblers vs Pioneers
RAMBLERS 137/9; PIONEERS 120/5
Ramblers won by 17 runs
The fixtures, venues and umpires for this weekend Twenty20 matches are:
Union Stars vs Pioneers (09H00)
Western Hope vs Union Stars (12H00)
Union Stars vs Calitzdorp (15H00)
Venue: Military Sports Ground
Jean Neethling and James Phillips
Western Hope vs Calitzdorp (09H00)
Pioneers vs Calitzdorp (12H00)
Pioneers vs Western Hope (15H00) Venue: Oudtshoorn High School
Moses Carolus and Sydney Stopforth
Pirates United vs Riversdale (09H00)
Knysna Cavaliers vs Riversdale (12H00)
Pirates United vs Knysna Cavaliers (15H00) Venue: Knysna High School
Enrico Bell and Reginald Donson
Thembalethu vs Mayflower (09H00)
Melkhoutfontein vs Blanco(12H00)
Melkhoutfontein vs Thembalethu (15H00) Venue: Imazamo Yethu High School
Ruth vd Merwe and Charles Carelse
Albertinia vs Ladismith (09H00)
Heidelberg vs Albertinia (12H00)
Heidelberg vs Ladismith (15H00) Venue: Ladismith High School
Werner Claassen and Marcel May
Dysselsdorp vs Western Hope (09H00)
Union Stars vs Dysselsdorp (12H00)
Union Stars vs Selbourne (15H00)
Venue: Oudtshoorn – Bridgton A
Neville du Plessis and Carl Kennedy
Selbourne vs Pioneers (09H00)
Western Hope vs Selbourne (12H00)
Pioneers vs Dysselsdorp (15H00) Venue: Oudtshoorn – Bridgton B
Levesto le Roux and Brandon Lawrence
Riversdale vs Sussex (09H00)
Knysna Cavaliers vs Sussex (12H00)
Riversdale vs NMMU (15H00) Venue: Knysna High School
Desmond van Rooyen and Reginald Donson
Kranshoek Cobras vs Thembalethu (09H00)
Blanco vs Thembalethu (12H00)
Blanco vs Mayflower (15H00) Venue: Blanco Sports Ground
George Nieuweveldt and John Frans
Albertinia vs Mossel Bay (09H00)
Mossel Bay vs Heidelberg (12H00)
Ladismith vs Mossel Bay (15H00),Venue: Van Riebeeck Stadium
Koos Smit and Andries Potgieter