The Inaugural National Schools Cricket Tournament T 20 held in Victoria, BC May 31st –June 2nd, 2013
The Jack Kyle Trophy was awarded to SMUS for winning the tournament remaining unbeaten 5-0 throughout the competition.
The Best Bowler Award Overall named after former Oxford Blues player and SMUS teacher Rob Wilson went to 13 year old Spinner Jamison Schulz-Franco who took 14 wickets, the highest in the Tournament.
The late Cortwright Richards award named after former Canadian opening bowler from Victoria was also grabbed by Jamison Schulz-Franco who went 4 for 12 against L.A, Matheson
The top scores in a single innings were 109 NO for Trenton Schulz-Franco followed by Umar Choudhary at 106 and Jogpaul Dilgar at 97. This was named after Sirish Patel, a local cricketing legend from Victoria.
The Batting overall Award was named after the legendary late Reg Wenman, an iconic name in Canadian Cricket also a SMUS student and teacher in his day. The top two scores were 402 for Trenton Schulz-Franco and 397 for Umar Choudhary.
The Best Captain of the series, named after Jan Aten, a local former cricketer, went to Jogpaul Dilgar from Surrey “A”
The Best Fielder of the series Award named after the late Major Stephen Petzing was awarded to Suliman Khan who incidentally was the most economical bowler of the tournament who only gave 68 runs in 20 overs overall in 5 matches
The most Promising Junior Award named after Patrick Ely was awarded to Suliman Khan, who is 14 years old and one of the quickest bowlers in the country.
The Spirit of Cricket Award named after the legendary David Billingham, who has devoted over 40 years of service to cricket in Canada was awarded to St George’s School
The Best Wicket Keeper of the Tournament named after Robert Snowden was awarded to surrey B player and BC U 19 Wicket-Keeper, Jayan
The Tournament MVP Award named after the legendary Tony Cordle was won by Trenton Schulz-Franco.