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Senwes spinners a success

The Senwes Spinners Farm School tournament took place from 15 – 17 March 2019, with Manana Primary School winning 4 out of 4 matches and Dr. Sello Primary School winning 3 out of 4 matches in the round robin stages.

These two teams then proceeded to play in the final match which took place at Senwes Park on 6 April 2019

Final Match Details
· Senwes Spinners Farm School tournament final – 14th final
· Teams: Dr. Sello Primary School (2018 Defending Champions) v Manana Primary School (2012 & 2013 Champions)
· Format: T20
· Toss won by: Manana Primary School and they decided to bowl first
· Dr. Sello Primary School’s score = 86/8 in 20 Overs and Manana Primary School’s score = 87/2 in 12.5 Overs
· Scorecard
· Best batsman for Dr. Sello Primary School = Tony Mthimkulu (scored 25 runs off 30 balls – scored 3 fours).
· Best bowler for Dr. Sello Primary School = Tshepang Khantsi (1/20 in 2.5 Overs)
· Best batsman for Manana Primary School = Onalerona Senokwane (scored 35 runs off 35 balls – scored 5 fours)
and shared a 1st wicket partnership of 86 runs with Lethabo Memani (scored 37 runs off 40 balls – scored 2 fours).
· Best bowler for Manana Primary School = Tshepo Moholoagae (3/7 in 4 Overs – 1 maiden) and was supported
by Onalerona Senokwane (2/16 in 4 Overs)

Manana Primary School was crowned as the 2019 Champions for the Senwes Spinners Tournament!

As the winners, Manana Primary School received R6000-00 prize money and as runners-up Dr. Sello Primary School received R 3000-00.

The man of the match award for 2019 was awarded to Onalerona Senokwane from the winning team, Manana Primary school for his outstanding batting and bowling performance.

Every year during the Senwes Spinners tournament there are scouts moving around for talent
identification and select a High-Performance team:

The Senwes Spinners High-Performance team for 2019
Tshepang Khantsi Dr. Sello Primary School
Kenny Mthimkulu Dr. Sello Primary School
Hendrick Ncedani Mponeng Primary School
Sheldon Sikhubu Mponeng Primary School
Tshepo Moholoagae Manana Primary School
Kabelo Madube Manana Primary School
Lethabo Memani Manana Primary School
Tshepo Ntete Nampo Primary School
Lehlohonolo Ntete Nampo Primary School
Omphemetse Matlhaku Rabana Primary School
Galeboe Tshotetsi Rabana Primary School
Kamogelo Kaudi Rabana Primary School
Seuntjie Kotsi Tlhabologo Primary School

Team Coaches
Mr. Rara Maseola (Dr. Sello Primary School)
Mr. Tshepo Makokwe (Manana Primary School)

We would like to thank the two North West Umpires that umpired the final game Johan and
Danial Louw for the dedication and hard work.

We would also like to congratulate and thank the North West Cricket Staff and Academy players that worked together with the staff of Senwes to make this a memorable event.

Finally we would like to thank Senwes for their support and investment towards cricket development, rural sports development and people development, as North West Cricket we are humbled to have a partner in our mission to make Cricket a sport for winners on and off the field of play.

Photo: Senwes

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