History of Cricket at DHS

Read More…Acknowledgements 

Read More…Statistics of DHS boys who have played test match cricket plus other relevant information in this regard – David Bennett

Read More…Picture of old school

Read More…Overview of DHS cricket 1880 – 1966. Picture of five Springboks who toured England in 1960

Read More…Pictures of DHS school teams 1900-1947

Read More…History of DHS Old Boys cricket 1890 -1966. LCW Theobald
Picture of great 1937-38 team in which Theobald played
Picture of Gordon Noyce turning first sod of DHS Old Boys Club
Picture of Leo Grice laying foundation stone for DHS Old Boys Club

Read More…Old Boys Centenary match 1966. Pictures of teams:
Old Boys team and Old Boys team plus Natal X1.
Pictures of Old Boys ground during the playing of this match.
CV’s of Old Boys’ team

Read More…Profiles and Pictures of DHS school teams 1947-1966

Read More…Aerial view of new school

Read More…Overview of DHS cricket 1967 to 2012 – Alan Norton

Read More…Profiles and Pictures of school teams 1967 – 2012

Read More…History of Old Boys Club 1967 to present – Grayson Heath

Read More…Beginnings of professional cricket in Natal – Jeremy Oddy

Read More…140th Anniversary Cricket Dinner including Barry Richards’ Best Team ever

Read More…Biographies of eight players plus eight pictures:
Jack Siedle, Hugh Tayfield, Trevor Goddard, Geoff Griffin, Lee Irvine, Barry Richards, Lance Klusener, Hashim Amla

Read More…Open Forum:
Two legendary cricket coaches – Pictures of LCW Theobald & Alan Norton
Some outstanding captains of cricket at DHS
Hashim Amla nurtured in KZN cricket nursery – by Patrick Compton
Anecdotes on Barry Richards – from Grayson Heath

Read More…DHS Cricket U14A 1997

Read More…DHS Old Boys – First Class Cricket


The five DHS Old Boys that were selected for the 1960 Springbok Cricket tour to England: Left to Right:  Jon Fellows-Smith, Geoff Griffin, Colin Wesley, Trevor Goddard and Hugh Tayfield. Four DHS Old Boys were selected for the first two tests against Australia in 1970. They were Trevor Goddard, Dennis Gamsy, Lee Irvine and Barry Richards.

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