The Grey first XI had a successful start to the season, winning all three of their matches at the Pearson Cricket Festival at the weekend.
Grey played their opening game against Muir College, who won the toss and chose to bat first in a T20 match.
Grey soon made inroads into the Muir lineup. Wickets fell regularly and when spin was introduced into the attack the Muir batsmen struggled to score.
Muir finished with 69/9 from their 20 overs, with Connor de Lange taking 4/18.
Grey quickly chased down the total, losing just two wickets on their way to an eightwicket victory.
Grey batted first against Hudson Park at Old Grey after losing the toss on Friday.
Grey lost early wickets on a slow pitch but Ben Dryden showed patience and when he was out for 74 the score had moved along to 124/6.
Campbell de Wet also batted sensibly to push the score past 200. He was the last man out, for 56, and the total 221.
Hudson Park started well, but again when the pace was taken off the ball they struggled. They quickly went from 70/4 to 126 all out. Grey won by 95 runs. A wet Saturday morning greeted the Grey and Daniel Pienaar teams, offering little hope of playing.
However, the clouds opened up for a game to start.
The Grey innings started aggressively with opener LJ du Preez striking some good boundaries on a slow pitch.
Jarryd Lookwhy stuck it out at the crease for the majority of the innings, taking time to get in and then expanding his game towards the end.
He needed six off the last ball of the innings for his hundred but unfortunately it was not to be and he was run out going for his second run for 95.
The bowling started well and with Lutho Sipamla back on the field there was a buzz from the players.
He got himself among the wickets, reducing DP to 2/1.
It was, however, not until the spinners were introduced again that it became more difficult for the opposition.
Grey kept it tight and as the rain fell the run rate continued to climb for DP. They eventually fell 32 runs short of the target.