With the last month of the 2017/18 season approaching, a number of the Wanderers Cricket teams are in contention to win their leagues.

Despite a couple of losses in February, the President’s A team remain in second place with six games to go.

Having won seven games in a row, including the match against runaway leaders Old Parks, the President’s B team are back in contention for the league, with the return game against Old Parks still to come.

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The Wanderers CC President’s B team that has won seven games in a row.

The youthful SU2 team, led by Zaid Patel, are also second and the newly formed SA4 team remain in control of their league.

The vagaries of the Gauteng Cricket Board’s transformation policy mean that the Premier League Team could be relegated even if they finish as high as seventh in the league this season. However, good performances in February, with bonus point wins against Marks Park and Soweto Pioneers, has gone some way to alleviate this possibility. There is now daylight between Wanderers and the team currently occupying the relegation position, Pirates, which will hopefully be maintained as the season comes to a close.

Current League Positions (23 February)
Team Position
Premier League 6th
President’s A 2nd
President’s B 2nd
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Saturday 2 8th
Saturday 3 6th
Saturday 3 Aryans 3rd
Saturday 4 1st
Women’s Premier 3rd

Wanderers CC Honours Board – February 2018


Wanderers CC End of Season Awards Dinner

This season’s event will take place on Tuesday 20 March in the Vista Room and will celebrate the achievements of the Senior Men’s, Women’s and Junior (U13) teams.

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Wanderers Women’s Cricket Club T10

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The inaugural Women’s T10 tournament will take place in September.

For further information, please contact Shannon at [email protected]

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