St George's Park History
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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Grey High School Celebrate Their Centenary

The Grey Institute fielded one of the first cricket teams in Port Elizabeth. But, because Founder's Day was in June, it was a rugby match that was used to celebrate the occasion on June 2, 1956 at the Crusader Ground, another name by which the field at St George's Park was known.

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Grey High School Centenary Rugby Programme

There were four matches that day. Junior Grey u/12 "A" played against Muir College u/12 "A", Grey seconds played Kingswood seconds, Grey first team played Kingswood first team, and an Old Grey XV played against an Invitation XV.

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GREY CENTENARY XV.
Played against Kingswood XV at Crusader Ground, June 2, 1956.
Back Row: A Meyer, B Holburn (centre row), C Murray, M Saunders (Hon Sec).
Sitting: H Moolman, M Bester, C Robinson (Capt.), Mr MC Marais (coach), R Mundell, J Colley, H Dev Melville.
Absent: A Purdon.
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