26.6.2019 01:35 pm
The team of 10-to-13-year-olds from Khayelitsha were taken to England during the World Cup to play a few matches against English schools.
After all the disappointment, pain and sadness the Proteas have put their supporters in England through, there was at least one wonderful moment of happiness that brought back the simple joys of the game to savour for those who had made their way to Weybridge, some 25km southwest of central London.
Afghanistan, appearing at only their second World Cup, lost the toss but restricted India to 224 for eight in their 50 overs, giving themselves a genuine chance for a huge upset.
The Crusaders have not lost a playoff in Christchurch since Super Rugby launched in 1996 — a sequence of 22 matches — and are currently on a 28-game unbeaten run at home dating back to July 2016.
The whole effort has polarised opinion yet again.
However, they said they did not blame the stewards, but the rules.
Asked about the feeling of hitting a six, Morgan said: “It’s like hitting a golf ball off the tee.”
The former world number one still believes he has a future in playing singles.
The England skipper certainly provided great entertainment at Old Trafford.
Woodland, long known as a long-hitter, has worked tirelessly on other aspects of his game.