Welcome at the cricket page! Baie welkom by die krieketblad!

Hier bied ons jou die geleentheid om te kan deelneem aan hierdie heerlike spel wat  in die derde kwartaal plaasvind.

We have 5 cricket teams as well as 1 girls’ team. Every team has a coach who coaches the player from a level of no cricket experience up to SA LSEN quality.

Met liefde vir die spel en vaardigheid wat ontwikkel word bereik ons groot hoogtes.

Cricket Report 2019

Die Wilge started the 2019 Cricket season on a high, with all the age groups winning against Oom Paul School from Rustenburg.


Oom Paul School won the toss and elected to bat. The u/14 Team out whipped their counterparts with Amogelang scoring a whopping 58* not out from only 32 deliveries. Other contributions from Koketso Rampai 40(28) made it possible for Die Wilge to score 168 in the allotted 20 overs.
Scoreboard pressure made it impossible for Oom Paul to get on track, eventually being bowled out for 78. Die Wilge win with 90 Runs.


This was a bowler’s day, with both teams struggling to score decent runs. Die Wilge won the toss and elected to bat first. Die Wilge only managed a mere 46 runs in their allotted 20 overs, but as we all know, Cricket is a very unpredictable game… Oom Paul tried an aggressive approach, but it turned out to be very costly as Bareng took 4 wickets in one over. Oom Paul bowled out for 39 runs, and Die Wilge winning with 7 runs.

First Team:

Oom Paul won the toss and elected to bat first on a windy Saturday morning. The openers did a good job, but then came the collapse due to some individual brilliance from Marshall Bezuidenhout. Marshall got rid of the top order by means of a “Hattrick” in his second over, and two more wickets on his second over. His bowling figures, 4 overs 5/8. Oom Paul only managed to score 63 runs before being bowled out. Die Wilge ended up reaching the total in only 5 overs, with Antonio Rodie, the opening batsmen scoring 36* not out from only 16 deliveries. Die Wilge winning the match with 8 wickets.




Cricket Report 2017
2017 was an amazing year for Die Wilge on the Cricket field. The boys played this gentleman’s game with great pride and enjoyment. There were some great success stories throughout the year. New sponsors also jumped on board, and we would like to thank JLC Securitech for choosing and believing in us. We are more than grateful for your help and contributions.

League matches:

Double rounds of Rugby matches took place with the participating schools, Die Wilge High School, Keurhof (Klerksdorp) and Oom Paul (Rustenburg).

Die Wilge (Away) vs Oom Paul:

- The junior team narrowly lost their respected matches.
- The First Team won the toss and elected to bat first.

We scored a gigantic 354 runs in our allotted 50 overs. Oom Paul could only manage to score 88 runs before they were all dismissed. Die Wilge won by 266 runs.

Die Wilge (Home) vs Keurhof:

- The junior teams struggled, but the fighting spirit new stopped.
- First Team: Keurhof won the toss, and elected to bat first.

They could only manage to score 70 runs, before being bowled out. Die Wilge reached the target of 71 in only 9 overs, and only losing 1 wicket. Die Wilge convincingly won the match with 9 Wickets.

Die Wilge (Home) vs Oom Paul:

- The junior teams started to gain form, as the u/16’s narrowly lost their match with 1 run.
- The u/14’s won their match with 56 runs.
- The First Team won the toss and elected to bat first.

We scored an enormous 384 runs in our allotted 50 overs. Oom Paul could only manage to score 91 runs before they were all dismissed. Die Wilge won by 293 runs.

Die Wilge (Away) vs Keurhof:

- The junior teams improved a lot during the season, but unfortunately lost their last matches.
- The First Team also won their last fixture with 20 runs.

In summary, the u/14’s ended up second in the North West League whilst the First Team won the North West League.

SA LSEN CRICKET WEEK 2017 – East London

It brings me great honour to supply you with feedback of the Cricket Week that took place during the past school holiday.

Die Wilge had 5 players and 2 educators in the North West Dragons team for 2017:

Ramolatudi Lubby, Zolile Nyatela, Kurtley Jones, Bathabile Masigo and Tshepo Moswetsi were selected for the team. Mr. LP Geyer was the Chairperson and coach and Mr. RL Prinsloo was the Secretary.

We encountered different seasons in one day in East London, with heavy downfalls and rain over the week. This meant that we only played T20 cricket. This format was not at all our strength, as we taught the boys throughout the season not to play aggressive cricket. The results would have been even better if we could have played 50 over cricket, but that was circumstances out of our hands.

In summary, North West won 3 out of the 4 games played during the week. We convincingly won against SWD, Mpumalanga Titans and the Free State, but unfortunately lost against the Easterns. These good results made North West the Runners-Up for the Golden League.

North West Dragons vs SWD Dragons won with 5 wickets;
North West Dragons vs Easterns Dragons lost with 46 runs;
North West Dragons vs Mpumalanga Dragons won with 8 wickets;
North West Dragons vs Free State Dragons won with 43 runs.

The players that won the Man of the Match rewards in the 3 games was:

- Bathabile Masigo (Die Wilge) against SWD, and
- Zolile Nyatela(Die Wilge) against Mpumalanga Titans and the Free State.

The award for the Best bowler of the Week went to Bathabile Masigo, with bowling figures of 15.2 overs, 10 wickets and conceding only 61 runs.

One of our players received 3 years’ participation award:

- Ramolatudi Lubby

Die Wilge made new history in 2017, with 2 players being chosen to be part of the SA LSEN u/19 TEAM.
- Zolile Nyatela – 2nd year in the SA Team)
- Bathabile Masigo – This is a remarkable achievement as this boy is only 13 year old.

Ramolatudi Lubby will be on standby if anyone from the 13 players of the SA LSEN TEAM u/19 are unable to attend the u/17 Rural Cricket Week in White River in December.

This in summary means that Die Wilge has 3 out of the possible 14 SA LSEN players in the National Team.

This is a remarkable achievement and we apprize the selectors in believing and recognising the talent that was brought forward by the North West Cricket LSEN and Die Wilge High School.

In conclusion, we would like to thank every player and educator for their dedication and willingness to participate. Thank you for making 2017 yet another memorable year for Die Wilge Cricket. We would also like to thank the principle, Mr. AB Rudd, the administrative staff and the Hostel staff for your assistance and support. We couldn’t have done it without you.


SA Team






5 van ons spelers is verkies tot die Noordwesspan en 1 speler het hoogste lof ontvang deur verkies te word tot die SA LSEN Krieketspan. Baie geluk, Diaan!





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