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Cape Schools Cricket Week

Cape Schools Cricket Week 2018
28 Sep 2018
Sports
29 September - 2 October
29 September - 2 October

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The 2018 Cape Schools Cricket Week will be taking place during these October school holidays at Rondebosch, Wynberg, Bishops, and Paul Roos.
The Frank Reid Field and Oaks Field at Bishops will be used. The program for those two fields are:
Frank Reid:
Saturday 29 September (Declaration)  Bishops vs Selborne College
Sunday 30 September   (Declaration)  Bishops vs Union High School
Monday 01 October       (Declaration)  Bishops vs Queen's College
Tuesday 02 October      ( 50 Overs)     Bishops vs Grey High School
Oaks Field:
Saturday 29 September  (Declaration)  Paarl Boys' High School vs Queen's College
Sunday 30 September    (Declaration)  Paarl Boys' High vs Grey High School
Monday 01 October        (Declaration)  Paarl Boys' High vs Union High School
Tuesday 02 October        ( 50 Overs)     Paarl Boys' High vs Dale College Boys' High School

Please note: Jono Bird (current Grade 11 Pupil) is set to earn his 100th Cap for the Bishops First XI on Sunday 30 September against Union High School. ODs are strongly encouraged to come and support Bishops in the longest running schools' cricket week in the country, having started in 1968.
 

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