Updated blog started in July, 2014. Here is a work-in-progress list of where some of the top school rugby players will be plying their trade in 2015: Read More →
Eastern Province has contracted 19 youngsters for their 2015 season. Read More →
With Ryan Strudwick moving on, College have had to make changes to their 1st XV coaching structure for 2015. Read More →
Interesting news coming out of the Noordvaal is that the Beeldtrofee Macro School regions of the Golden Lions, Leopards and Valke have combined forces to form new A and B division leagues to kick off in 2015. Read More →
A team of 12 promising under-17 players from various top private schools around KZN will play under the name of Zulu 7 at the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens from 04-06 December 2014. Read More →
Glenwood and Maritzburg College will only have one proper inter-schools rugby day in 2015. The return match which has been a fixture on the KZN school rugby calendar for ages has been scrapped. In the same 2015 season, Maritzburg College will break ground by playing Westville in proper home and away inter-schools fixtures for the very first time.
Maritzburg College has indicated that their decision regarding Glenwood was nothing more than a matter of logistics: Read More →
Venue: Port Natal Hoërskool
Dates: 06,10,13,17,20,27 February 2015 (Tuesdays and Fridays)
Teams: Port Natal, George Campbell, Development, Glenwood, DHS and Westville (debut)
Sponsors: GBB Read More →
Place: Graeme College in Grahamstown
Date: Saturday, 28 March 2015 Read More →
The Leopards have been very competitive at under-19 level over the years and its no longer that big a surprise when they beat one of the big unions during the junior Currie Cup, simply because they have good coaching, good facilities and they attract many talented players their way. This annual prosperity would not been possible if it were not for the close working relationship that the union has with the North-West University or Pukke as they are so often called.