The Kingsmead Mynahs invite all cricketers who are returning to school next year and have not made a representative side to a trial in the indoor facility at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Sunday 4th November 2018 starting at 8.30am.
Mynahs are particularly looking for cricketers who made the final trials for KZN Coastal and KZN Inland but missed the cut.
“We do understand that the boys may be preparing or writing exams so we aim to finish by 11am,” Mynahs coach Philip Lanz told KZN10.com.
“If there are boys playing premier league cricket on Sunday we will try and put them first but can’t guarantee this as it depends on numbers.
“Players are to wear cricket practice kit and must supply their own equipment and cricket ball. If they have stats from the season this will enhance their chances of selection.”
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The Kingsmead Mynahs XI will be chosen at this trial and will play cricket at a competitive level.
Mynahs will play on Friday 30th November in the afternoon and then go on a tour to the Midlands on Saturday 1st December to Monday 3rd and then play 2 more games on the 5th and 6th.
“It is important to note for parents and the boys that they must please ensure players are available for these dates before sending them to trials,” says Philip.
“We are looking for boys who have played in their school 1st team, 2nd team or U16A this year and who will more than likely play in the 1st team in 2019.
“We are looking for players who have the potential to play representative cricket at a later stage.
“From the last couple of years a number of players have made the KZN U19 or U17 Coastal and Inland teams after making the Kingsmead Mynahs side the year before.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for boys to develop their game if they want to aspire to play better cricket.
“We also want to spread the net as far as possible to give opportunity to all who qualify for this team.”
Philip Lanz is the Senior HOD Outreach/Operations and MIC Cricket at Thomas More College in Kloof.
Philip can be contacted at Thomas More College on 031 764 8640 and at email@example.com