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Westville lands in the KZN pound seat

15 October, 2017 beet 3

Wow! This is going to be one for the books. Westville who form an integral part of KZN school rugby and yet seem to have been marginalised in the all-important under-18 youth week decision-making process for many years now, will soon have the Craven Week head coach and with him a KZN Sharks under-18 selector’s vote. This all happens once highly rated coach Jeremy McLaren joins their staff – (expected 01 November).…

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KZN u18 Main Trials teams 2017

12 May, 2017 beet 66

At Woodburn Stadium on Monday 15 May 2017…

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Westville sport official apologises to ref for outburst

4 May, 2017 beet 20

A letter has appeared on the Westville Boys’ High School website in which director of sport Sharmin Naidoo apologises to former International referee and current Glenwood parent Marius Jonker for an “outburst” at Glenwood on 22 April 2017.…

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DHS beats Michaelhouse 29-24 in memorable 2017 match

23 April, 2017 beet 4

Van Heerden’s Field on the Berea was the setting of one of South African schoolboy’s many great adverts, when hosts Durban High School and Michaelhouse from Balgowan in the Midlands of Natal, combined to put on 70-minutes of virtually non-stop positive entertaining rugby action, with the home team emerging as 29-24 victors.…

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Dick Muir linked with soon to be vacant Northwood job

27 March, 2017 beet 16

Latest : officially confirmed – Dick Muir will take charge at Northwood.

Former Springbok centre and fairly accomplished senior rugby coach Dick Muir could well become the next high profile head coach at Northwood in Durban North. …

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Grey College beats Maritzburg College 30-3 – match report 2017

26 March, 2017 beet 1

As Grey College and Maritzburg College ran on to the field, the heavens opened and the rain bucketed down for a while. These sporadic downfalls continued throughout the match. With Grey’s backs being rated countrywide as the danger factor this season, the wet ball-handling conditions coupled with them being without their dynamic first choice centre combination of Rikus Pretorius and Janco van Heyningen, gave an impression that the playing fields had perhaps evened out a little more. However Goldstones field held firm underfoot and even without those two star players, Grey’s backs still managed to put on a dominant and well-judged exhibition in the first half, scoring 25 of the points that paved the way to an eventual 30-3 victory.…