Students at Selborne College


  • David Brits
  • Nathan George
  • Mihlali May
  • Matthew Karelse
  • Austen Brandt

Old boys:

  • Sibulele Lwana
  • Jerome Bossr
  • Pumelela Payi
  • Leonard Killeen 2006 - 2010 / Letter 2013
    Leonard Killeen is in his final year of B. Ed Human Movement Sciences at the University of the Free State, meaning that by the end of the year he will be a qualified teacher and intends returning to his Alma Mater Selborne College next year next year.

    Leonard is still enjoying his cricket and doing very well thus far in the new season.
    2014/ 2015 cricket season playing for The University of the Free State:
    Played 13 games. Average of 65 runs which includes 6 x 50 runs.
    Best performances: 91 runs, 72 not out and 55 not our last weekend. This includes games in the mixed Free State team and the SA Universities week 49 runs against the University of Johannesburg and 39 runs against University of Pretoria.

    Leonard enjoys fulfilling the position of specialized fielder in the team.

    He will be involved in the Inaugural Varsity Rocks 20/20 cricket challenge that will be running from the 3rd to the 8th of February. Most of the games will be broadcast live on SuperSport.

    Leonard coaches cricket at schools in Bloemfontein for extra money and also helps Jonathan Beukes (Kovsies cricket coach) with private coaching.

    Once again, a big thank you to the Foundation for the support that Leonard received through his high school career.

  • Nandile Tyali 2006
  • Aviwe Mzaidume 2007
  • Jordan Hayes 2008

Dear Jacques,

Selborne College would like to thank you for the great role model you have been to so many young boys.The part you have played in being one of the best ambassadors for Cricket and sport in general has been appreciated by so many.Your exploits and achievements have been amazing and we would like to thank you for the pleasure you have brought to cricket lovers world wide and congratulate you on your world class record.

We would also like to thank you for the special part you have played in the lives of the fortunate Selborne boys who have benefitted from your generosity and involvement.

Enjoy relaxing a bit. Enjoy having much of the pressure lifted.You deserve the rest.

Kind regards,
Jeff Fetting.
Selborne College.