When angry buffalo memories scatter your thoughts

By Jono Cook | 04 May 2021

It is amazing how you chance upon a random Facebook feed and find yourself spending a good couple of hours happily lost down Memory Lane. Thanks Anthony Hall, your post…

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T20 World Cup, batting styles, bowling off-cutters & more

By Jono Cook | 19 Mar 2021

Telegraph chief cricket writer Scyld Berry and colleague Tim Wigmore make some interesting points about the evolution of T20 cricket, the state of the gripping India England series ahead of…

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Saints Premier League: Malachites and Royals flying

By Jono Cook | 03 Mar 2021

The Saints Premier League is up and away, and a big shout out to the Royals and Malachites for kicking off their title quest with a bang. Scores in brief:…

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So near yet so far… let’s hope we’re not too far off from it happening again

By Jono Cook | 19 Jan 2021

Around end-September 2020 would have seen the 61st edition of Maritzburg College’s stellar Oppenheimer Michaelmas Cricket Week… but it was not to be. These annual four days of cricket, glorious…

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Top waterpolo player, top cricket coach, and now CEO of the DHS Foundation

By Jono Cook | 15 Jun 2020

15 June 2020 –¬†Andrew Shedlock, as the CEO of the DHS Foundation, is a well-known figure at Durban High School and in the school’s community. Before taking up his position…

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Saints’ old boy SJ Erwee is a Dolphins’ stalwart

By Jono Cook | 02 Jun 2020

Saint Charles’ old boy SJ (Sarel) Erwee has been one of the most successful and consistent Dolphins’ batsmen of recent seasons, bringing stability and runs to the top of the…

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