KING'S COLLEGE JUNIOR SCHOOL CRICKET TOUR TO SA
King's College Junior School brought their Centenary Cricket Tour to South Africa in February. They brought their 1st and 2nd XI teams for the first time consisting of 24 boys traveling with 4 staff members. They began their tour in Cape Town where they played against Eversdal Primary School, Grove Primary School and Bridge House. They then traveled to Kwazulu Natal where they played against Crawford Prep North Coast, Clifton Prep and Highbury Prep School. They had the opportunity to visit a Nelson Mandela Chidren's Fund Project whilst in Kwazulu Natal. Sightseeing included visits to Table Mountain, Robben Island, Two Oceans Aquarium, Natal Sharks Board and UShaka Marine World. They also spent two nights at the very popular Hluhluwe Game Reserve in the Zululand Region of Kwazulu Natal.
Comments - Tour Leader
Thank you so much for everything you did for the tour. It was the best by a long way. The new schools were great but bringing a B team really added a whole new dimension.
Supporters Comments :
It was fantastic, I enjoyed the trip so much, in particular, the variety of places that were visited, brilliant!
Reddam House Constantia Cricket Tour to KZN
Reddam House Constantia, Cape Town brought their 1st XI cricket team on a four day tour to KwaZulu-Natal in February 2012. They played against Hilton College, Treverton College, Durban High School and Maritzburg College. During their stay they also enjoyed a night at Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve, Howick.
Tour Leader Comments:
“My thanks go out to to Craig Goodenough, Katy Crowther and Bundu Bashers for working very hard behind the scenes in making this tour a reality and such a success.” Philip Kriel, Head of Sport, Reddam House.
SUTTON VALENCE CRICKET TOUR TO SOUTH AFRICA
Sutton Valence School sent their cricket team consisting of 14 students and 3 staff members on a tour to South Africa in February 2012. They flew into Cape Town International on Saturday the 11th February. They played their first fixture against Pinelands High School on Sunday 12th. Monday they visited the Newlands rugby & cricket stadiums, following which they played their second fixture against Reddam House. Tuesday the boys paired off against Fairmont and then face off against Bridgehouse College on Wednesday. The tour will also enjoyed visits to Robben Island, Hout Bay as well as the Spier Cheetah Sanctuary. They departed for home on Saturday 18th February.