Trinity School's Under 14 cricketers become county champions after recent match.

Trinity School’s U14 cricket team won the U14 Surrey Cup after a resounding victory against RGS Guildford.

Despite the weather conditions, the team demonstrated an expertly disciplined bowling and fielding performance throughout the closely-fought match. 

Some great spells in the middle of the innings saw Trinity picking up regular wickets, keeping RGS Guildford down to a score of 100 for 8 in their 25 overs. 

Trinity batted with great maturity and, after losing an early wicket, managed to rebuild the innings to win the match by 9 wickets and with 4 overs to spare. 

Trinity coach, Grant Beresford-Miller, was delighted with the performance and paid tribute to the boys after their victory: “The boys fully deserve their victory this year. They are a great bunch of boys who truly enjoy their cricket and have massively improved as a group this year. They all work really hard for each other and put in a great performance in the final – I’m really pleased for them.” 

Head of Cricket, Richard Risebro, said: “This is a fantastic achievement and shows that hard work pays off. We took the boys to South Africa in preparation for this tournament and the valuable experience of playing in different conditions, against different opposition, was invaluable. They play an exciting brand of positive cricket with no fear and fully deserve this result.” 

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