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.
After a TWBS Captains XI beat a strong MCC team in 2017, The Windsor Boys’ School were expecting a backlash in 2018 – and that is what they got.
Both junior sides have played some super cricket this term. The U15s have been ably led by Jamal Ali. He has opened with the bat and the ball superbly all year.
The sun shone for the much-awaited derby against neighbours Eton College.
The local Holyport College won the toss and decided to bat. The goal was to keep the visitors under 80.
After being convincingly beaten against a strong MCC team in 2016, The Windsor Boys’ School were approached by the Jordan family
The year 9 pupils made a fantastic start to their Windsor Boys’ cricket careers on Wednesday against Slough and Eton.
On 6th September 2016, year 13 student Harry Jordan represented MCC Schools v ESCA (English Schools Cricket Association) at Lords.
On a dry but overcast afternoon Captain Humza Hussain lost the toss and TWBS were put into bat.
After The Windsor Boys’ School secured a draw against a strong MCC team last season
An explosive 70 from Man of the match Humza Baig set Slough and Eton a formidable 150 to win in the County Cup Vase group stage.