Cricket is played by all year groups in the summer term. The school enters into the Berkshire league at U14 and U15 as well playing a number of friendly games against our local state and private school rivals. At senior level, due to the pressures of A-Level, AS and GCSE exams the school only runs one team but the main focus of the fixtures is play within the ‘spirit of cricket’. Our pinnacle annual fixture takes place against the MCC and is a highlight on the sporting calendar.
TWBS won the toss and bowled first. Opening bowlers W.Moss and A.Jacobs pinned back the opening batman of Eton, helped by a superb maiden over from A. Jacobs.
On Tuesday 15th July TWBS U14 cricket team welcomed Eton College to Stovell Field for what turned out to be an exciting day of cricket.
Captain Ben Dewar won the toss and decided to put Claire Court School to bat first.
Herschel Grammar school won the toss and batted first.
On Friday 30 April 2021 the School 1st XI cricket team hosted the annual MCC outmatch
As ever, the summer term, although disrupted with exams and generally being the busiest time of the school year,
On Monday a mixed ability Year 9 cricket team took on St James Senior Boys’ School in a 20/20 match.
Skipper Charlie Dunnett won the toss and decided to have a bowl at the local opponents. Kaif Abdus-Samad and Max Evans were accurate with their seamers giving away very few runs.
After defeat to an exceptionally strong MCC team in 2018, The Windsor Boys’ School were keen to right the record books and register their fourth win in eight years in 2019.
This season been a memorable one where the boys only lost one game.