In 2021, St George’s College will be celebrating 125 years and alongside this the Old Georgians Association will be celebrating its Centenary (100 years).
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In January 2020 the 13th edition of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup will be held in South Africa, with three St George’s representatives in the Zimbabwean squad.
Dion Myers will captain the Zimbabwean squad of 15 as they embark on the 24-day tournament, starting mid-January. Not new to the pressures of this tournament, Dion was a member of the previous Zimbabwean team that participated in New Zealand two years’ ago.
Myers, who will be in Upper 6 next year, will be joined by fellow College team mates Gareth Chirawu (who finished Upper 6 this year), and Emmanuel Bawa, currently in Form 4.
This is the second time South Africa has hosted the event, which will be played in four cities and at eight different venues, with the final on 9th February. Zimbabwe is in Group C, together with Pakistan, Bangladesh and Scotland, and following its warm-up games, will take on Bangladesh in its first match on 18th January.
Some of the world’s best players have showcased their talent at previous editions of the U19 World Cup including top-ranked Test batsman Steve Smith, top-ranked ODI and T20 batsman Virat Kohli, England Test captain Joe Root and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.