Schoolboy cricketers picked for Wales and Gloucestershire

Saturday 7th May 2022 11:00 am
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Sixth Form students, from left: Owen Harris, Henry Hurle, Hugo Caldicott and Cian Davies.
Sixth Form students, from left: Owen Harris, Henry Hurle, Hugo Caldicott and Cian Davies. (Monmouth School for Boys )

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Thirteen cricketers at Monmouth School for Boys have been selected for Wales – and another has been chosen for Gloucestershire.

In addition, 33 other schoolboy cricketers have been picked for regional sides, including Cricket Wales East and Herefordshire.

It is an exciting time for Monmouth School for Boys, which has been listed for a third successive year in The Cricketer Schools Guide, which includes the top 100 senior schools for cricket in the UK.

Henry Hurle, who is on Glamorgan’s senior academy, is joined in the Wales Under-18s squad by Cian Davies and Hugo Caldicott.

Year 8 pupils, from left: Olly Jones and Leo Ling.
Year 8 pupils, from left: Olly Jones and Leo Ling. (Monmouth School for Boys ) (Monmouth School for Boys )

Year 12 student Owen Harris has been selected for the Gloucestershire Under-18s and has just returned from a pre-season tour to Sri Lanka.

Year 11 students Roahn Mohindru, Noah Rice, and Arthur Newington-Bridges have been selected for Wales Under-16s. Year 10 pupil Zac Williams has been picked for Wales Under-15s.

Year 9 pupils Tom Krige and John Newington-Bridges have been selected in the Wales Under-14s. Year 8 pupils Leo Ling, Olly Jones, Jacob Blades and Thomas Morris have been chosen for the Wales Under-13s.

All county age-group and regional cricketers have been a part of an extensive off-season cricket programme at Monmouth School for Boys that started in November.

The cricket programme has included skills sessions and masterclasses with external coaches, before school and at lunchtime, as well as after-school age-group practises in the Lent term.

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