Caldicott Prep School travelled again to Cape Town, South Africa, on a cricket tour. They travelled with 15 boys and 3 staff. They played fixtures against Western Province Prep School, Bridge House School, Somerset House, SACS, Bishops Prep and Somerset College Prep School. They spent four nights at the popular Camps Bay Resort and one night near the V&A Waterfront at the Protea Hotel Breakwater Lodge. They also visited many of Cape Town's popular tourist attractions such a Table Mountain, Robben Island and Cape Point.
King's College Junior School from Wimbledon travelled to South Africa again on a cricket tour. They travelled with their 1st and 2nd cricket teams consisting of 25 boys with 4 staff accompanying them. They began their tour in Cape Town where they played fixtures against Eversdal Primary School, Grove Primary School and Somerset College Prep School. They then flew to Kwazulu Natal where they played fixtures against Clifton Prep School in Durban and Winston Park Primary School near Hillcrest. They ended their tour in the popular Big Five Hluhluwe Game Reserve where they spent two nights.
Tour Leader Comments : It was a great tour and the boys and parents have loved it!!
Montrose Primary School sent their U13 cricket boys on tour to Cape Town and Durban in February 2017. They sent 16 boys and 3 staff members and they played a total of 8 matches against local schools including Kenridge Primary School, Chelsea Primary School, Ashton International College, Winston Park Primary, The Grove School, Rhenish Primary School, Sun Valley Primary School and Clifton Nottingham Road Primary. During their time in Cape Town they explored the beautiufl sights the city has to offer which included Seal Island, Hout Bay and Table Mountain.
Reddam House Constantia travelled with their 1st XI on their annual cricket tour to KwaZulu Natal. They departed Cape Town on Mango Airlines on Thursday, 23 February 2017. Whilst on tour they played the likes of Maritzburg College, Treverton College, Howich High School and Northwood School. In between fixtures they enjoyed the local sightseeing of the Midlands and Durban! The team travelled with 12 boys and 2 accompanying staff members and thoroughly enjoyed their tour once again this year. Reddam House Constantia departed Durban on Sunday, 26 February 2017 following their final fixture.
Stanford Lake College, based in Limpopo, sent 7 students and 2 staff members on a conference tour to Kenya. They began their tour in Nairobi where they spent the night at a local hotel and enjoyed dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant. They then spent the next 4 days at St Andrew's, Turi, where they participated in the Round Square International Conference with schools from around the world. The group then headed to Masai Mara National Reserve where they were accommodated at Ol Moran Tented Camp for 2 nights. The group enjoyed daily game drives as well as free time to relax at the camp. The tour ended with 1 final night in Nairobi before returning to South Africa.
The 1st XI cricket team from Wellington College embarked on an exciting tour to South Africa. The 11 night tour commenced on the 08th February when the group departed London’s Heathrow Airport for Johannesburg. Their 2 night stay in Johannesburg included a match against St. John’s College and a visit to the Apartheid Museum. Thereafter they flew to Port Elizabeth where they were hosted at St. Andrews College for 2 nights and they played a match against the St. Andrew’s College cricket team. The final leg on the tour concluded in Cape Town, where they had matches against Bishops Diocesan College, Wynberg Boys High School, Rondebosch Boys High School and South African Colleges School. After a wonderful tour, the group departed Cape Town on the 18th February for the UK.