This event hosted by Epworth in Maritzburg attracts the best in schools squash from each region of the country. This year the teams from defending champions Grey High, KES, Paarl Boys High and Selbourne all promised to shine and they did. KES and Selbourne faced off in the final and the boys in red triumphed to win the tournament for the first time. KES boasted clinical performances at 2 and 3 from Josh van der Wath and Zita Amukelani to set up wins in each round, making them the team to beat. Selbourne’s Tristan Worth was undefeated in the no. 1 spot to afford his school a final berth. Grey High made bronze, a creditable result in light of Murray Keeton’s injury, but KES proved to be the class of the field, worthy champions for 2018.
Eager to continue their school’s squash tradition.
Ready for the second half of the 2018 League season
Congratulations to all the Grey boys who made E.P. teams.
Dean Venter, Gerard Mitchell, Murray Keeton, Ryan van Eyk, Martin Ellis, Aidan Finlay, Cameron Clarck, Luke Muller, Jean Upman, Marco Giacconi, Adrian Mitchell, Ben Wessels, Jordan Strydom, David Lawrence and Matt Muller.
Congratulations also to Gerard Mitchell and Dean Venter who have made the E.P. Jarvis Cup A and B sides respectively!
Luke Muller, current number 9 on our ladder together with Morgan Morris, the highest PSA ranked player to emerge from Grey High at Old Grey on league night.
Matt is also my newest convert to the Revelation 125. Welcome Matt!