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 RESULTS: 5th and 6th November 2016

SATURDAY 7s
Bye

SATURDAY 3s
Pirates won the toss and chose to bat, after an incredible opening partnership of 182 between Henrico Crouse and Nick Whitelaw the rain came down forcing the game to be rained out.
Pirates were on 188/1 with Nick Whitelaw scoring a special 104 and Henrico finishing on 68 not out

SUNDAY 4s
Pirates won the toss and chose to bowl against Kagiso. Kagiso ended on 276 at the end of their innings.
Pirates unfortunately lost the match after losing early wickets which they could not recover from.
Pirates lost by 138 runs.

PRESIDENTS XI
Played against Khosa. Pirates batted first and put on a massive total of 364. Well done to Jason Onslow on scoring his first Pirates hundred. He ended on 104.
In an absolutely extraordinary game, Pirates managed to lose. Khosa chased down the total, it must’ve been one of the most surreal game to be in. Unlucky guys.

PREMIER LEAGUE XI
Pirates started their 20/20 campaign this past weekend and play a double header on Sunday
First game was against EP Ottermans- Pirates bowled first.
In overcast conditions the bowling was superb and EP Ottermans were bundled out for just 92.
Pirates batting got off to the worst possible start by losing both their openers for zero. After that the runs flowed and Pirates ended up winning comfortably, by seven wickets.
Well done to Doug Gird for getting 42 runs off 25 balls

The second game was in Alexandra. Pirates lost the toss and were put into bat. The innings went along steadily, but a few quick wickets fell in the middle order and Pirates needed some spark from the tail-enders, which is exactly what happened and they ended on 155 all out in 19.4 overs
Key batting performances:
Imeraan Fredricks 42 (30)
Doug Guy 31 (25)
Richard Brett 23 (16)
The opening bowler were fantastic, with Matt Parr bowling 4 overs for just 9, incredible! Alexandra were definitely not good enough for the Pirates bowling attack and eventually lost the game by 72 runs.
Well done to Alan Brown who took 3/16 in his 4 overs

Junior Cricket results 29th/30th Oct:

UNDER 7
Bye

UNDER 9
Sat 5th November 2016

Old Parks batted first and ended on 105/6 in their allotted overs. Pirates unfortunately fell short, scoring 74 all out. Old Parks won by 31 runs. Well Done U9 boys, improving all the time.

UNDER 11
Bye

UNDER 13
Bye

Good luck to all teams play this weekend: “We play cricket anywhere in Africa”

PRACTICE TIMES

Senior practice: Tues & Thurs 16:30-18:00
Junior practice: Saturdays: 09:00-11:00

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