For the first time in almost a decade, SACS Cricket is starting to put in performances indicative of the proud cricketing history that the school holds.
The last time that SACS Cricket was considered a powerhouse in South Africa was back in 2007 where the 1XI enjoyed a dominant run spanning two years which included a 14 game unbeaten streak.
At the time, a local sports website had SACS ranked at number 1 in the country and featured now Protea, Dane Piedt at the summit of the bowling rankings.

Moving to the present, SACS cricket has seen a wonderful resurgence and shows no signs of slowing down looking at the performances of the U/14 and U/15 teams.
With the return of one of the Schools beloved cricket coaches Mr Allan Willows, and a fantastic group of coaches, the young SACS men are in very safe hands.

Historic opening partnership of 243 between Greg Willows (152) and Matthew Begg (95) in 1st XI match vs Paarl Boys High on Saturday 15th October.
Well done SACS men!

Results of Cape Schools Cricket [WBHS] – 2016

Game 1: SACS vs Grey High School [declaration]

SACS lost the toss and were asked to bowl first.
Grey – 184 all out [L. Gunst 3/13: J. Teversham 2/13 ; K. Dilima 2/23]
SACS – 188/3 [M. Begg 90 no; G. Willows 51; C. Farr 16 no] SACS win by 7 wickets. [Man of the Match Award – M. Begg]


Game 3: SACS vs Dale College [declaration]

SACS win the toss and decide to bat.
SACS – 300/8 [G. Willows 115; M. Liebenberg 67] Dale College – 59 all out. [J. Zimmerman 3/38; L. Gunst 2/10] SACS Win by 241 runs. [Man of the Match Award – G. Willows]


Game 2: SACS vs Union High School [declaration]


SACS lost the toss and were asked to bowl first.
Union HS – 78 all out [L. Gunst 4/31; K. Dilima 3/15; T. Harrison 2/4] SACS – 79/0 [ M. Begg 37 no ; G. Willows 40 no] SACS Win by 10 wickets. [Man of the Match Award – L. Gunst]


Game 4: SACS vs Queens College [50 overs]

SACS won the toss and decided to bat.
SACS – 285 all out. [M. Begg 68: J. Teversham 65; L. Wingrove 56] Queens – 155 all out [D. Hayes 3/13; five other bowlers got 1 wicket each] SACS Win by 140 runs. [Man of the Match Award – J. Teversham]

The SACS men really played pleasing cricket throughout. All the hard work is paying off.
Thanks to all ground staff for the superb condition of the fields so early in the season.
Thanks also to the moms and dads for superb lunches and teas.
Thanks to Mr Wiborg for all his organising and also to our supporters.
Thanks also to Mr Willows for his great energy and high –class input and coaching.

Etienne Grobler [Coach]