EP Kings u19’s cruise to victory in warm-up game

The Eastern Province Kings under-19 team beat South Western Districts 64-0 on Wednesday, 24 June 2015.

Name School
1 Xandre Vos Graeme
2 Masikane Mazwi Maritzburg College
3 Roche van Zyl Framesby
4 Robert Lyons Selborne
5 Wihan Coetzer Framesby
6 SF Nieuwoudt Framesby
7 Lusanda Badiyana Cambridge
8 Junior Pokomela Grey HS
9 James Hall Kearsney
10 Garrick Mattheus Grey HS / Kingswood
11 Athi Mayinje Grey HS
12 Michael Brink Grens
13 Jeremy Ward Grey HS
14 Avelo Jubase Queen’s
15 Mabhutana Peter DHS
16 Tango Balekile Selborne
17 Kuhle Mokhoabane Dale
18 Keegan Branford Grey HS
19 Stefan Janse van Vuuren Brandwag
20 Hayden Tharratt Maritzburg College
21 Sibusiso Ngcokavane Dale
22 Dominik Uytenbogaardt Nico Malan
23 Jaque Oosthuizen Framesby

9 Comments

  1. @valke: Thanks . He has put in an enormous amount of work this year and has had the opportunity to run with the Kings senior side under the supervision of Carlos Spencer. The Guys in the Eastern Cape are gearing up for a bumper year ahead. I think they will be very competetive at junior level and hopefully it permiates to the seniors . Roll on Currie Cup 2015.

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  2. @QC86: Ya, heard the same..missing a few players with a few training with seniors, a few in the NMMU USSA team..so those kind of distractions came into play

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  3. I know not to harp on about the past, but I really wish CJ had been picked to go to the u20 WC. I am sure he will have a massive season this year – will be interesting to see if he gets a run at senior CC this year

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  4. @QC86:

    15. Lindelwe Zungu
    14. Mihlali Nchukana
    13. Yamkela Nyalambisa
    12. Somila Jho
    11. Rameez Nel
    10. Simon Bolze
    09. Franswa Ueckermann
    08. Kevin Kaba (C)
    07. Henry Brown
    06. Cyril-John Velleman
    05. Jan Uys
    04. Gerrit Huisamen
    03. Stefan van Schalkwyk
    02. Jean-Pierre Jamieson
    01. David Murray

    Reserves

    16. Arno Lotter
    17. Erwin Slabbert
    18. Matthew Moore
    19. Riemerd Spreeth
    20. Qhama Mvimbi
    21. Sbu Ngcokovane
    22. MC Venter
    23. Malcolm Jaer

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  5. I watched the game. The EP side ran every ball. They looked very good with ball in hand.

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  6. @Buffel: Great result. They seem to be the team to beat.
    Good to see your son starting.
    Good luck for the season.

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  7. The U19’s are a well balanced side and have a couple of injured players that will bolster the side. Greg Jackson will return after his knee issue has been sorted out. This side made up of Eastern Cape and KwaZulu Natal boys. Once again, they will be competitive in this year’s Currie Cup. Their first assignment is against Free State on the 11th July at 3. Can’t wait.
    We will fly the KZN Schoolboys flag at the various venues across the Land.
    College, Kearsney , Michaelhouse and DHS.

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  8. Beet you don’t have a team list of the u21’s,saw they won but did not play well.

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