|Wed.20May||Die Anker||–||–||Vereeniging Gim||Beeld|
|Sat.23May||Voortrekker (Pmb)||–||–||George Campbell|
|Sat.23May||Nico Malan||–||–||Otto du Plessis|
|Sat.23May||St Andrew’s School||20||32||Clifton|
|Sat.23May||Grey College Cherries||29||37||Louis Botha|
|Sat.23May||AHS Kroonstad||22||23||Welkom Gim|
|Sat.23May||Hentie Cilliers||–||–||HTS Welkom|
|Sat.23May||St Stithians||15||36||Pretoria BH|
|Sat.23May||St John’s||29||14||St David’s|
|Sat.23May||EG Jansen||39||12||Kempton Park|
|Sat.23May||Volkskool Heidelberg||19||20||Vereeniging Gim|
|Sat.23May||Bishops||7||12||HJS Paarl BH|
The form book suggests that home team Affies are the overwhelming favourites to beat Klofies for the 31st time on Saturday. Klofies was only established in 1979 but they quickly rose to become a major force in the Blue Bulls region. Read More →
With a 13-10 lead, KZN is just one win away from retaining the English Medium Schools Grogper Cup. It could be a done deal by this Saturday if Westville can produce match-winning form in their rematch against the KES. Read More →
A very brief Glenwood correspondence sent to the media today mentions how privileged they are to have boys chosen to represent various KZN youth week teams. Listed are the names of the 21 in total for the under-18 and under-16 age groups. Full stop. End of media message. Read More →
When Paarl Gim pulled out all the stops to beat Paul Roos last weekend, it meant unbeaten Paarl Boys’ High moved into national pole position. Boishaai should expect a lot more attention to be focused on them now. Bishop’s on their home ground Piley Rees will the first with a chance to upset the new no.1 rugby school in South Africa.
In the final trials for WP Craven Week and WP Academy Week places, 70 odd players will be squeezed into three Western Province teams to face the Boland Under 18 A, B and C teams in Wellington next Wednesday, 27 May 2015. Read More →
Boland has named their teams to play Western Province om Wednesday 27 May in the annual fixture. Here are their A & B teams: Read More →
From BHP: The formulas and criteria stays the same, but this time I ranked the schools within their regions. So only the games they have played against schools in their own regions count for the results. A game won against a school outside your region doesn’t come into calculations and doesn’t count for your regional ranking. Thus this is the result, with the minimum of 3 or more games to have been played against school in your own region. Thus Grey College, Grey PE, Paul Roos and some others won’t feature in this current round because they have only played 2 or less games against schools from their own region. This is the result per region:
Ploegie has updated his predicted prospects for Craven Week and Academy Week as the actual selection process closes in on finalisation.
Vodacom Blue Bulls No 8 Hanro Liebenberg will lead the Junior Springboks at the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Italy next month, SARU confirmed on Wednesday. Read More →
The Probables team that played the Possibles after main trials at Woodburn. Pmb on Tuesday 20 May 2015.