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Cricket First Elevens

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2010’s Cricket

2010 Cricket
Row 3: Kirk Brocklebank, Phillip Johnstone, Matt Brown,Joel Meade
Row 2: Mark Burnett,Andrew Pauling, Ryan Flack, Nie Bell, Felix Page, Mr D Smith (Coach)
Row 1: Isaac Cadogan, Tom Dixon (C), Regan McCormack,Josh Underwood


v Waitaki Boys High School            win

v Southland Boys High School       draw           (Phil Johnstone 167)

v Shirley Boys High School             loss


2011 Cricket


Row 2: Mr E McAuslan, Richie Buchanan, Mark Burnett, Josh Underwood, Ben Fleming, Bradley Thomson, Riki Ashwell
Row 1: Felix Page, Matt Brown, Tom Dixon (C), Gifford Henry, Joel Meade, Wilson Driver


v Waitaki Boys High School           loss

v Southland Boys High School      draw

v Shirley Boys High School           cancelled because of earthquake   (Kings won a 50 over game played at Kings)

2012 Cricket


Row 2: Wilson Driver, Ben Fleming, Richard Buchanan, Liam Trainor, Mackenzie Haugh, Kane McKay, Mr E. McAuslan (Coach)
Row 1: Iaylor Cumberland, Felix Page; Matt Brown, Joel Meade, Riki Ashwell.


v Waitaki Boys High School            win

v Southland Boys High School       loss     by an innings and 50 runs

v Shirley Boys High School            win

2013 Cricket


Row 3: John Thorn, Bradley Thomson, Kane McKay, Elliot Love.
Row 2: Mr Michael Reggett (Manager), Richard Buchanan, Liam Trainor, Taylor Cumberland, Mr Tim Belcher (Coach}.
Row 1: Bradley Horne, Eamon O’Brien, Joel Meade (Captain), Riki Ashwell.


v Waitaki Boys High School                  won       (by an innings and 85 runs – Taylor Cumberland 201 not out, Joel Meade 98)

v Southland Boys High School             won        (by an innings and 2 runsBradley Thomson 7 for 39)

v Shirley Boys High School                  lost


2014 Cricket


Row 3: Elliot Love, ·Samuel Montgomery, Finn O’Brien
Row 2: Mr M Reggett (Manager), Patrick Arnold, Liam Trainor, Taylor Cumberland, Harrison Procter, Mr T Belcher (Coach)
Row 1: Kane McKay, Kurt Johnston, Joel Meade (Captain), Eamon O’Brien (Vice Captain), Bradley Horne


v Southland Boys  High /school                Draw     ( Kings 107 and 153, Southland 180 and 71 for 8)

v Shirley Boys High School                      DRaw    (Kings 229 for 8 declared and 57 for 4, Shirley 102 and 186)

2015 Cricket


Row 3: Eli Turner; Kyle Burns, Joshua Dijkstra, Thomas jolly, Jamie Crawford, Avinash Shastri.
Row 2: Mr S. Cushen (Coach), George McCall, Taine Fleury-Auld, James Brown, Mr M. Reggett (Manager).
Row 1: Patrick Arnold, Bradley Horne, Kurt Johnston (VC), Eamon O’Brien (Captain), Elliot Love, Samuel Montgomery.


v Southland Boys High School                   draw

v Shirley Boys High School                        abandoned because of heavy rain

v Waitaki Boys High School                       won    (91 run win)

2016 Cricket

Row 3; Mr Reggett (Manager)
Row 2; Jack Oaten, Ethan Booth, Kyle Burns, Jeremy Hastie, Finn Ward, Nic Brosnahan, Mr Cushen (Coach)
Row 1; Eli Turner, James Brown, Jamie Crawford, Kurt Johnston (Captain), Patrick Arnold, George McCall
Absent; Finn O’Brien

Southland Boys High School (22/ 23 February)
King’s lost the toss and was asked to bat on a green wicket. A disastrous first morning saw King’s bowled out cheaply with Tom Jolly top scoring with 31 not out. Southland batted well in their first innings and the bowling spell of the season cannot go unmentioned here as a tireless effort from Kyle Burns saw him bowl nineteen consecutive overs ending with the figures of 6 for 67, a truly Herculean effort! Batting frailties were again exposed in the King’s second innings with the side being dismissed again for under 200. George McCall batted with defiant aggression scoring a run a ball (50) but unfortunately no one else scored runs of significance and an outright loss resulted.
Shirley Boys High School (7/ 8 March)
King’s were keen to right the wrongs of the Southland game and bounce back in the second interschool of the season. An absorbing match resulted with King’s needing one wicket for victory but having to settle for a draw. Key contributors with the bat were Pat Arnold with a patient 44 and Kurt Johnstone with an aggressive 50. Wickets were picked up in the first innings by Finn Ward with 4 for 7 and Pat Arnold in the second innings with 4 for 44.
Waitaki Boys High School (30th/ 31st March)
Unfortunately the match was rained out after one day’s play. On the first day James Brown collected 4 for 42 on a flat wicket, his best return for the season.
2017 Cricket
ROW 1:Ethan Booth, Finn Ward, Finn O’Brien, Kyle Burns (Captain), Jeremy Hastie, Nic Brosnahan, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall.
ROW 2: Mr Reggett (Manager), Jack Oaten, Solomon Filipo,Connor Murray, Kyle Hastie, Mr Cushen (Coach).
ROW 3: Tom Walding, Drew Kinney, Izaak Parata, Kasey Short, Nathan Hastie.

Southland Boys’ High School, 19th & 20th February: Match Drawn
King’s lost the toss and were asked to bowl on a well used wicket in Invercargill. Kasey Short picked up 3 wickets and Nathan Hastie had 4, to bowl Southland out for 200. Nathan backed up his bowling effort with a fighting 57. He was well supported by Nic Brosnihan with 29 and Connor Murray with 34. Kyle Hastie took 3 wickets in Southland’s second innings. King’s ran out of time chasing 120 for the outright win.
Shirley Boys’ High School, 5th & 6th March: King’s won by 8 wickets.
Kyle Burns’ poor run calling the toss correctly continued, and King’s were duly asked to bowl first on a flat dusty looking Shirley wicket. To say this was a match for King’s ‘spin twins’ Jack Oaten and Nathan Hastie is an understatement. Between them they took 17 of the 20 wickets to fall, and dominated the Shirley batsmen throughout. The batting end was held with a gutsy 90 from Jeremy Hastie, with support from Kyle Burns (32) , Ethan Booth (35) and Nathan Hastie (29 not out). Nic Brosnahan 38 not out), Connor Murray (25) and Kyle Burns (21 not out) chased down the 95 needed for the victory in quick time.
Waitaki Boys’ High School, 12th & 13st March: Match Abandoned
Unfortunately, the southern weather was the winner in this interschool, and for a second year in a row the game was weather affected and the game was abandoned without a ball being bowled

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