So they start this year and as a real U11 , he made the A team after they had their trials. Opening bat and a off spin bowler. They played on monday their first match against Bridge House. Bridge House is a private school and just to paint the picture you had to pay R70,000 per year school fees there , while we pay R7000 per year at KleinGim. So you get all the souties going there these days. Anyway they field first and he was 5th bowler. When he got the ball they were 2 down and he end up with figures of 3/12 after 5 overs. Also made a run out in his spell and Bridge House ended with 90 after 25 overs. Mine only got 4 runs but he lost his wicket only after 10 overs, so he did his part as a opener and they won comfortable by 8 wickets. In this part we have a lot of politics involve in schools sport. Boland (thats where we play cricket) Ussasa boycotting the Paarl Big Schools because of the rugby teams (Gim, Boishaai, Landbou & Paul Roos) playing for WeePee. Altho I think it maybe fair to feel this area belongs to Boland , it do make me feel sick when adults teachers using kids to get what they want in politics. The under privelidge lotte just dont pitch up for matches against the bigger lot. Wish they can see the eyes of 11 year olds when they want to play a game of rugby and cricket and are told they can go home. Anyway thats what we had to deal with here and the answer is that our kids will play the northern suburbs of Cape Town schools. They invited us in their leagae which will start in a few weeks time and mean the kids will play 2 matches per week meaning myself just have to drive there with the Ox Wagon or my school taxi.