Port Shepstone Senior Primary is on a winning streak

Food for thought: PSSP Girl Guides (back, from left) Niska Harripersadh, Sreya Rajagopal, Khanyakuhle Khamanga, Nokukhanya Ncwana, Oyena Nkonzo, Zibusiso Khwani and Aruhi Mohansha (front) recently wore their uniforms to school in honour of 'World Thinking Day'.

PORT Shepstone Senior Primary’s U11A and U13A teams displayed excellent cricket skills in matches against Creston College last week.

The U11 boys put on an excellent performance and Creston were all out for just 29 runs in nine overs.

PSSP batted, scoring the winning runs in just five overs for no loss of wickets. Congratulations to Aluta Kondile who claimed six wickets and well done to Shayden Gouveia and Dylan Dalton, who top-scored with a 33 run partnership.

The U13A team put on an equally impressive performance against Creston and won their match by nine wickets.

In their partnership, Micah Naidoo and Dylan de Villiers reached Creston’s score of 110 in the twelfth over.

Captain Micah Naidoo was ‘man of the match’ after scoring 52 runs.

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The team wishes Jardel Faro a speedy recovery after being injured while fielding.

Girl Guides recently celebrated ‘World Thinking Day’ and were thrilled to wear their uniforms to school for the day.


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