Andre T’s Kearsney ELV Big Braai

As quite a few of you already know, Andre T is organising an ELV braai at the Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival.

The regular law of the festival is that personal braais are not allowed (the food vendor protection act of 2008), but Andre is pressing ahead anyway and therefore it’s being classified as an “Experimental Law Variation” (ELV) Braai, which unsurprisingly will make it even more appealing to those planning to attend.

In the diagram below:

Andre2 is the designated prime braaing area on the corner of the field right next to the beer garden.
Andre1 is a spot outside the school premises and across the road from the main gate. It’s worth keeping in mind if you plan to attend but arrive 10 minutes or more after the festival security has found out about what’s happening at Andre2.
Andre3
is the amazing sight for sore eyes beer garden itself, where a few Eastern Cape and other festival regulars probably have reserved seats by now and where all of the ELV braai patrons will end up spending the best part of the day anyway.

 

 

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  1. Andre what is the poa here? As you are the one with local knowledge (Bush as a friend) I will follow your lead.

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  2. Fantastic Beet, thanks a lot

    I think we’ll still see where we’ll braai. I think the liquid refreshments will be more important but will first chat to Bush and hear what he says

    So far McCulleys will also be there as well as Spear, Green Mamba, Big Easy and Shakes Spear.

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  3. @Andre T: Lekker Andre, it looks like it’s going to be a no go for a braai. I think I will give the Principal of the school a call. Complain that the food they serve is not Haalal. If that doesn’t work. Then I will wear my Friday pray outfit and smuggle the braai necessities under my dress.
    I heard that Playa will be there. Hopper is making a special appearance and his sister from NZ is coming. She also wants to see GW win as she saw a SA team lose in NZ.

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  4. @Bush: Lekker Bushy, I heard you okes came 3rd yesterday. Well played there, I hope Spear contributed as he is always in the prizes with you. How many points did De Wet Barry make?

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  6. @Andre T: Spear was terrible yesterday and was in front when we got our prizes. De Wet Barry was Legend on the course. That guy can play.

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  7. @Bush: He told me he was on his way to new course record till you guys forced all those Jagermeisters down his throat with his right hand

    Buffalo

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  8. @Andre T: Whahahahaha not our fault he drinks with his right hand. He Costa us the 1st prize because of that right hand

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  9. @Bush: Thanks man …was a blerrie lekker day

    My shank from the middle of the fairway 80 yards out and your 3 putt from 5 feet Costa us 1st prize

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  10. @Bush: Hahahaha!I’ll be there in spirit.Happy to delegate my sangoma for the negotiations with the headmaster

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  11. I’ll be there too gents. My aspiring 13 year old wouldn’t miss it for love or money.He’s hoping to play it himself in 4 years time! :mrgreen:

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  12. @Playa: How you been? Jis man I needed you with your Gwala Gwala and Sangoma juice on Friday. Man we would have won the golf day without the efforts of De Wet Barry and Derek Watts.

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  13. @Steve K: Awesome! Looking forward to meeting a few faces from the Blog. If all else fails – I’ll see you all in the beer garden! :lol:
    Somone needs to make a SBR sign as I don’t have a clue what anyone looks like. 8-O

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  14. @Steve K: Well based on the way Andre dresses for the driving range in his Guess jeans and Salomons I would say look out for the only person at KERF dressed like Payne Stewart. :mrgreen:

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  15. @Hooit: Julle Woesranders moet jul asb kom gedra hier. Onthou dis privaatskoolterrein met baie Silwer Lepel mense hier. Jy sal sien hoe deftige ou is hierdei Bush en waarskynlik hoekom sy Michaelhouse trui van hom ontneem is

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  16. Speartackle ek dink Bush lyk amper soos Heidi se oupa… :lol: :-P

    …guys bring your A-game and brasso, for all the silver ofcoarse…lappie?

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  17. @Speartackle: Ek sal myself indra as iemand my net kan uitdra. Aangesien jy nou nie n braai kan reel nie moet daar iets vir die Westranders te drink wees. Jy weet mos.

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  18. @Speartackle: Net instruksies wat jy aan die biertent moet deurgee.
    1. Slegs plastiek glase vir Woesranders.
    2 Blikkies en nie botteltjies nie.
    3. Alle stoeltjies moet aan die tafels was wees.
    4. Barlady moet …….. wees.

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  19. @Hooit: Braai sal ons braai Saterdagaand, al is dit nou die Silwer Lepels se vleis. Wens net iemand kan ordentlike Rant en Dal Slaghuis wors bring
    Hierdie Natal wors is oneetbaar

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  20. Leka man Leka, Ek gaan nou nie saam braai nie, ma ek hoop om n paar van julle manne te ontmoet! Ek het al saam AndreT op Raggas uitgesaai en Beet 2014 ontmoet toe my oudste seun da gespeel het.

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  21. Looking forward to a great weekend of rugby. Boys ready! Will enjoy the refreshments provided.

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  22. @Bush: The guy you and T should talk to is Andrew Bretherton..The Facilities Manager at Kearsney..Just tell him you know me and as an old favour to me he should designate a special braai area for you guys! :mrgreen: ..I think Andrew is the guy that organizes the logistics for the festival…And also tell him Morris asks nicely..(Morris is the brother of the headmaster).

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  23. @Hooit: Ek is die hel Donderdag daar en Saterdag van so 10 uur

    Bush het voorgestel ons hou die groot kuier Saterdag na die laaste game alhoewel die groot kuier die heeldag sal wees

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  24. @Speartackle: Ek sal ook elke dag heeldag by Kearsney wees. Net n paar pligte om na te kom gedurende die Monnas games. Moet ook darem n ogie op vroulief hou op die paviljoen. Weet nie of ek haar aan julle wil blootstel nie.

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  25. @Speartackle: Dalk het jy Bush verkeerd verstaan. Ons gaan groot gekuier wees na die laaste game en dan net aanhou? Ek bring n aanrander ek meen Oosrander ook moontlik saam. Sy paspoort is goedgekeur om Benoni te verlaat.

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  26. @Speartackle: @Hooit: Mag julle maagkrampe kry en tweedens sal ek kyk wat se stokkie ek voor julle beoogde kuier kan steek. Ek het mos baie ‘inside info’ op julle twee ……..

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  27. @Valkie: Ek het nou nie baie info op jou maar wat ek wel het is jou vrou se nommer. So besluit maar hoe jy die een wil speel?

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  28. @Hooit: Sorry I’m replying in English it’s not bad manners. It’s I got a F for Afrikaans and an A for ……….. that’s history now. Nee Hooit I’m bring my trailer park caravan up and sleeping over on the fields for Easter.

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  29. @Bush: I told Andre I am scared to drink in English but I will give it a try. How many can sleep comfortably and alone in your caravan?

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  30. @Andre T: Jy het ‘n punt beet daar. Die meeste soet outjies, soos ek bv, word toegelaat om met ‘n mate van vryheid rond te beweeg. In sy geval lyk dit of daar donderwolke en halsbandjies orals is….. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:

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  31. @Greenman: Whahahahaha told you I’m a lover not a fighter. Ask Hops sisters😬😬😬. If it’s sizing in the showers I will be in my trailer with the Volleyball team

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  32. @Hooit: Will be nice to meet you too! Believe my son stayed over at your place when they played Monument three years ago!

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  33. @Speartackle: Spear I with be in Toti Wednesday and can drop off your prize you won on the golf day. The flat screen TV or should I bring Thursday and we can watch Days of our Lives

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  34. asb geen B+C by die braai nie,dit verdra geen ongeretigheid nie.Dit maak jou ook “feel single and see double” en vir sulke jong manne soos julle kan dit net tot probleme lui as julle die tannies begin opchat

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  35. @knowthegame: Hier lê die probleem. Blykbaar begin die tannies met hulle praat, en omdat B+C nie brieke het nie en jy dubbel sien ….wel ….vergeet hulle om ‘taal’ te verstaan ook. Hulle kan dus nie engels of afrikaans of duits verstaan nie an al wat oorbly is ‘n fisiese demonstrasie van die gesprek. Derhalwe en des-nie-teenstaande gaan dinge heel suid later in die dag. Dis maar wat ek hoor…..

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  36. I need to warn all Festival patrons….women love that man with the Bush…..keep your wives, girlfriends, lovers, future ex’s away from him

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  37. Ek weet nie wie van julle het young guns final gekyk nie?What a disgrace vir junior rugby of 0/20 rugby. Die skills vlakke was absoluut shoking.Regtig is dit die kwaliteit van ons 2 beste rugby junior spanne weerspieel dan wil ek nader skyf aan n B+c.Die no 9 van Tuks het seker 90 % van passes bo oor kop van ontvanger gegooi,die agterlyne laat nie speel nie,die bal doen glad nie die werk nie,haker kan nie eers dart board raak gooi nie….SHOKING..EN N DISGRACE VIR ALBEI AFRIGTERS, my HO.Gelukkig het AB darem vir n world class show gesorg.As ek die tipe rugby kyk wat Tuks se juniors speel en wie ook al hulle afrig,verwag ek net groter krokodil trane vir die gevreesde Blou Bulle

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  38. @knowthegame: Ek het so rukkie gekyk en toe maar eerder loop gras sny. Hoe word die spelers gekies vir hierdie span? Verlede Saterdag was Tuks se ‘eerste-‘ en ‘tweedespanne’ in Nelspruit om teen Nelspruit 1 en Witrivier 1 te speel en daar was ‘n hele paar Varsity Cup spelers hier. Die kwaliteit rugby wat ek die naweek gesien het kan glad nie met die seuns se kwaliteit spel vergelyk word nie. Shame man!!

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  39. @knowthegame: Moet se ek was net so teleurgesteld. Die eerste helfde gekyk en toe eerder gaan werk. Iets wat ek nooit doen as rugby aan is nie. Dit is vir my opvallend dat jy die no 9 hier uitsonder. Dit is vir my asof hierdie kriteria wat in my insiens die mees belangrikste faset van n No9 is nie meer die belangrikste keuse is wanneer n No9 geselekteer word nie. Dit was nie net hier nie maar ook op senior vlak. Dit is asof hoeveel keer hy op sy eie kan breek eerder nou die hoof kriteria geword het??
    Absoluut skokkend. Baie bly ek is nie n No10 van so No9 nie.

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  40. Ek is so bly dat van my geleerde broers ook nou begin besef ons junior rugby is Horing

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  41. Daai 9 het seker die naweek Stormers game gekyk en by Duvenage geleer.

    Het die Young Guns game record en wou dit vannaand kyk maar dit klink my ek gaan meer as n glas wyn nodig he om deur die game te kom.

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  42. In my afrigtingsdae het ek met n sambok rondgehardloop en vir elke tree wat n 9 hardloop voor hy uitgee het ek hom n hou met die sambok gegee en sommer na die oefening sy pa ook n paar gegee

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  43. Ek het gladnie gisteraand Young Guns gekyk maar as Tuks se 9 Ginter Smuts was kan ek nie glo julle sê hy het swak game gehad. Ek het hom verlede jaar selfs bo Papier gerate toe hy nog op EG was

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  44. @Speartackle: @CharlesZA: @Riempies: @knowthegame: Dink julle nie die ding gebeur omdat ons wil hê dat al 15 rugbyspelers op die veld en die 8 op die bank ‘super’ atlete moet wees nie? Die hele rugbywêreld beweeg al vir jare in daardie rigting.

    Vrek, waar is die dae toe die stutte soos weermagtanks gelyk het, die slotte maer lang riete was en die skrummie ‘n short shit was?

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  45. @Valkie: Ek glo nog daarin dat elke speler sy primere taak EERS moet vervolmaak voor hy allerhande truuks en bullshit wil aanvang

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  46. @Speartackle: As n 9 eers so meerkat agter die ruck beskuit ek myself elke keer en dit sonder n onderbroek!…jy moet al klaar weet waar jy gaan pass VOOR jy by die ruck kom…dis hoekom jy n 9 is..om die game oombliklik op te som na watter kant jy hom moet swaai…Nee kyk …Saterdag het daai Duvenhage my so moerig gehad ek het twee dubbels gesluk nog voor ek die soda bygegooi het!..Ek verkondig toe vir my swaer dat Phillips nou moet opkom want hy is skerp en meerkat nie..en so waar as wragtig daar gaan staan en doen hy dit ook!…

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  47. @BoishaaiPa: Ek dink hierdie meerkat stront het al hoe meer begin met game plans wat afgedruk word in spelers se keelgatte. Scrumhalves moet die game onvoorspelbaar maak vir opponente. Met alle respek aan wyle Joost, ek was nooit n groot fan van hom maar hy was super onvoorspelbaar

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  48. @Speartackle: Presies…As jy elke keer staan en meerkat hou jy absoluut geen bedreiging vir opposisie defence in nie want alles is in plek by die tyd wat jy besluit om uit te gee!..Scrummies moet opposisie voorries laat worry en dink die heel tyd…wat gaan die bliksem nou weer maak!..

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  49. @BoishaaiPa: As DD eers daai mooi vinnige turnover balle so pragtig met sy linker voet direk in die spoorweg paviljoen in skop, dan kan ek nie myself help om baie hard en aanhoudend te vloek.

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  50. @CharlesZA: Of soos Saterdag in Mckenzie se keelgat af…ek wonder somtyds of die ouens praat oor die games…sien hulle nie raak wat ons sien nie?..Hoe moeilik is dit nou eintlik om te weet jy skop nie na die Chiefs se agterste drie toe nie…tensy jy 100% seker is jy gaan die bal uitskop!..en ver uitskop!

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  51. @Hooit: Ek gaan elk geval braai..maar nie by Kearsney nie..jy moet ligloop vir Spies en T..een van hulle daag gewoonlik nie op nie!..Ek het hom al die contact details gegee wat hy nodig het.

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  52. @BoishaaiPa: Dit kan nie so moeilik wees nie. Terwyl mense soos ek en jy deur die dag hard werk om te kan tv kyk op naweke speel die manne rugby. Maar ek wonder ook altyd, is dit swak voorbereiding of is van die ouens net plein onnosel of is die coach na die game te bly oor die wen om te worry oor die kak wat van die ouens aanjaag.

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  53. @Hooit: Jy wil nou net weer braai praat. Wat gaan jy by die braai oor praat? Hierdie is al kla n goeie topic.

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  54. @Hooit: Vat tog net vir die manne ordenklike boerewors saam. Dit wat jy da in Natal kry proe soos honde dinges en karton gemeng.

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  55. @Hooit: Het inderdaad. Daar op Ou klip n slaghuis wat seker die beste wors maak. Vat tog vir Spies n stukkie. Daar in Toti net tottie wors.
    @Speartackle seker julle gaan. Kom ons hoop teen daardie tyd is hulle nog in die plaat 8))

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  56. @Hooit: Daai Rant en Dal slaghuis by die Spar sentrum het moer lekker wors……ken nie daai Ou Klip waarvan Riem praat maar asb tog net nie PnP, Shoprite of Spar wors

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  57. @Hooit: Nee ek eet nie biltong, baie sleg vir mens. Ek mos n gesondheid fundi.

    Ek eet wel dun gekerfde wildsbiltong (met zero vet) of droeë wilds droëwors

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  58. @Speartackle: Hi Spear, hoe gaan dit met jou comrades voor bereiding,ek hoop jy sit die myle op,silver hierdie jaar?
    Aan alle bloggers em met respek…ons kan stry oor wie rig die backs af,skills, cleaning by rucks,en alle vaste vasette maar ons klomp saam kan nie 2 spanne so k@k afrig soos gisteraand se show nie. Die ergste hulle en ek ondersteun Tuks gaan aan of hulle Europa Champions league gewen het.Ek dink n paar moet maar na daai video gaan kyk en voltyds begin swot want ek kan nie aan 3/4 dink wat eers Varsity cup sal speel ni,wat nog van n beroep daar uit maak

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  59. @Speartackle: Jy is dan grap gat homself. Nee wat lang een. Nie selfde impak op skrif nie. Seker iemand by braai sal hom ken en vir jou kan vertel. :wink:

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  60. @Riempies: sien ons jou nog by St John’s? Lyk amper of jy ook kaartjie Natal toe het. Indien jy nog kom, bring bietjie van DAAI wors saam na die braai, ek nou al bietjie moeg aan taai witbul-balle kou.

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  61. @Speartackle: en daar kry ‘n helder oomblik en ek weet presies wie die ou met die ‘mullet’ is. Ek waarborg jou 1000% hy gaan by St John’s wees. Ek gaan hom vir julle uitwys sonder ‘n probleem, maar onthou net ek is aan sy kant.

    @BrotherBear: @Riempies: Is julle nie dieselfde persoon nie? :mrgreen:

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  62. @Valkie: Valkie ek is by Kearsney, het al my Bantam klaar gepark en gazebo opgeslaan…..ek wag nou net vir Riempies se wors dan gaan hierdie Botha’s Hill darem ruik hoe regte braaivleis moet ruik

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  63. @Speartackle: Ek gaan daai wors kry. Sommer van beide slaghuise maar as daar nie n braai is nie word jou naam die naweek Andre sonder spear of tackle. Moet nie eers vra of dit dalk n dreigement is nie want dit is een. :evil:

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  64. @Valkie: Een ding is seker die Mullet Man gaan die skeidsregter en die opposisie besig hou……ek dink Brother Bear is ook so tipe ou……die ander Helpies manne is jintelmans……alhoewel ek sien Riempies is n biker

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  65. @Hooit: Ja asb man, ek het vir Shakes Spear ook gevra om te bring maar ek dink hy het meer n Krugersdorp Wes smaak

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  66. @Valkie: Hou jou kant eerder skoon.. jy wil nie n medepligtige in ernstige sake wees nie.. selfs woesranders kan hul moses”se teekom :roll:

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  67. @Laevelder: Bang is nie iets wat ek sommer raak nie. :lol:

    Verseker sal my kant skoon wees, ons was mos in regte water hier in die Laeveld. Ek ken van side step, geleer by my pelle van Brakpan.

    Manne daai wors moet asb nie nie koljander doppe in hê nie. Die speserye moet fyn gemaal wees in die wors.

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  68. @Laevelder: Nee man niemand is meer kwaad vir Mullet Man nie, dit bly mos maar langs die veld agter……..kyk nounet hoe lekker braaivleisstorie is dit

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  69. Hell, looks like I have to go on a crash course-Afrikaans for Dummies before this braai. I think iPhone has an I-translate app.

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  70. @Speartackle: Wil net vir @Hooit dankie se. Hy het spesiaal vir julle by my slaghuis gaan koop. Geniet manne moet hom net nie dood gaar maak nie. Gebruik asb hout nie die charcoal stront nie.

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  71. @Bush: I have 1kg Helpmekaar(Riempies) recommended boerewors and 1kg Monnas(Andre) recommended boerewors. Both must be tasted with the same beverage. No unfair advantages. No gasbraai permitted. We will have our wors-off on Saterday. May the wors be with us.

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  72. @Hooit: I just hope this is a blind tasting. Enjoy guys. Shall take some to St Johns for the Capetown men to taste. Thata if they will join us. :mrgreen:

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  73. @Greenman: No Greenman I was a lock, then got to heavy for the manne to lift me in the lineout. As AT says I then moved to wing as I could still run the 100 in under 11’s.

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  74. @Andre T: She’s is going to give me gas for picking on her baby brother. But you know making up is always the best thing.

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  75. @Riempies: I’m telling you the Silver Spooners won’t kill trees. They will have the Cadac Gas with a wood flavour scent. You won’t know the difference. They will chuck a few leaves onto the gas flame just to add that smokey feeling.

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  76. @Bush: Been ok boet. Just been busy giving Xhosa-Zulu-English lessons to Beet since Kearsney paid top dollar for my sangoma.Hence theyve done so well to date. He wouldnt have been able to help last Friday. :mrgreen: But he’s working on the braai

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  77. @Playa: As long as it’s a gas braai then all us KZNers will be happy. Have you heard from McCulley, last I heard he was deep in the bush. Flip he throws out a oneliner that JJ is starting at Nr8 for GW, then disappears. Do you think he’s throwing bones???? Playa we going to miss you at this braai. I wonder if Spear will be happy if I braai Polony on the gas braai? This downgrade has hit me hard. Trying to keep up with Jones is now catching up with me.

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  78. @McCulleys Workshop: Hey you back. I see you said JJ may start as Nr8 against E.G. That’s going to be lekker to watch. One more sleep and then it’s braai time. I’m going to bed early tonight.
    Monday I’m looking for Easter Eggs so won’t make it either. Got to keep the kids happy.

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  79. @Bush: I seems you understand better if I type in Afrikaans. You already stated that you rolled your polony so I am bringing the wors for the wors off. Is your polony represents KZN school than they have already lost and there are then only 2 dream wors left.

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  80. The okes coming to the KERF braai please bring me a SB Rugby Jersey. Even if it’s a GW one. I think Beet must bring us a SBR Blog golf shirt. My size is xxl.

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  81. There is some interesting moves in the front eight of GW. Not my call to discuss here now. Lets see how it pans out tomorrow. If you watched the friendly game against Claremont High school, you should have it.

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  82. @Bush: I know innovation is like second nature to the native born natal boytjies, but try not to confuse the Woesranders too much. You know their wors-velle can be very thin.
    If you paint two speakers on the front school management may just allow it as a boom-box. The smoke you van explain as part of the entertainment system’s special effects.

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  83. @Bush: Is that thing SABS and OHASA approved?
    Do you need a license to operate it?
    Think we will do a raw tasting like real men and then see how well we can f@#$#@ it up with that thing

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  84. @BrotherBear: That braai is a machine. You going to think I’m talking kuk now. That thing takes the gas converts it into microwaves. Then cooks the wors from the inside looking after that thin skin. Once it indicates the wors is almost rare it then browns the outside of the worsie. I promise you, if I blindfolded you put my wors in your mouth, then Hooit does the same and then Spear you wouldn’t know the difference. I’m going to paint that thing green and call it the GREEN MACHINE. 💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃💃

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  85. @Bush: So you want us all to put our wors in BB’s mouth and he will not know the difference??????!!!!!$$$$***###”’

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  86. @Hooit: @Hooit: Man daar is geen salf aan die man te smeer nie. Draai armpie en al die nonsens. Mikro golwe?
    EK DINK DIT IS N LUIMAN SE BRAAI. Ajmper soos om met n toeknyp rooster te braai.
    Ag no @Bush that thing only good for catering. NOT kuier.
    @Hooit vat maar eerder n klein kamp braaitjie saam. 8-O

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  87. @Bush: it worries me that you guys know so much about each other’s worse. Sounds like your methodology has been tested with success.
    Thanks for the invite, but my diary already pushes me into 19 hour days here in Jozi.

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  88. Got my 2kgs Babalas Wors from Grobbies on the Bluff. Going to braai lekker Saturday with my Green Machine

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  89. If anyone wants to know anything about the braai please phone Bush on 082 442 7110

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  90. @Bush: I do not believe that the “Green Machine” would like to be associated with a silver coffin with added oxygen pipes for in case there is a last breath! Nou gaan ons braai met n Boere braai

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  91. @Andre T: Sou baie graag daar wou wees, maar sal julle maar op rekenaar moet volg. Geniet en maak die brieke los!

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  92. Nou ja toe….die Bantam is gepak….ek en Shakes Spear sit voor met Spear en skoonma agterop…..gaan gou eers buite Kearsney n brekkie braai

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  93. Hey Bush – think I saw you there today in the beer garden. Only discovered your pic on here now after I got home so wasn’t 100% sure at the time when I walked past. I’ll look out for you on saturday and come say hello.

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  94. @Steve K: Please do. There a whole ton of us bloggers together. Spear, Andre T, Green Mamba, PK Terrier, me and Hooit. We sitting on the stands right of the Main Stadium if you looking at the Stadium. Please come say Hi will be lekker. Going to smash a few cool drinks tomorrow and the braai. Bring your wors.

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  95. @Steve K: we are sitting on the small stand next to grand stand going towards the beer garden….come over….Bush calls out names all the time…..BOG…Hoppers….Playa…..Ploegskaar…..he’ll start calling Stevie early

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  96. Lekker Okes, off to bed. Thanks for such a lekker day. Was such a privilege meeting other bloggers. Viva Monnas Viva

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  97. @Greenman: On Defence he was playing Centre and on attack his old position. I was hoping to see okes flying like at the HC friendly.

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  98. Quick question to the GW bloggers. How come there are 2 backing coaches taking the 1st XV and they have one of the best forward coaches not giving any input. Surely the forwards need to be coached by a person that has experience in the department?

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  99. Back to the topic again. Am I braaing the wors myself tonight or are we doing it Saterday at Kearsney. Or Am I driving to ST Johns on Sunday for a proper braai. My understanding is that the green machine has been declared unfit for braaing purposes.

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  100. @Hooit: We are braaing all the wors tomorrow….Bush and I are bringing the braais ….and already identified a spot…..we’ll all gather in beer garden and proceed to the braai area after a few toots

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  101. @Greenman: GW have 2 backline coaches and no forward coach. They have one of the best forward coaches with yards of experience. But don’t use him. Weird.

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  102. @Greenman: I haven’t watched him at age group, but thought he had a good game at Flank, and looks well suited at 7. However GW looked very rusty and lack of game time and game plan was obvious. The 10 also looked very good. Great vision.

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  103. @Andre T: Yup …know exactly where that is. Will find you on saturday. My son wants to catch the U13 game as he will be up against a few of the boys at PADSA and KZN trials next month. Just have to make a stop on the way there so may only catch the second half. Otherwise planning to be there for the day. What time you thinking of throwing the wors on the grid?

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  104. @Steve K: We’ll also be there from early but can only braai the West Rand wors after the final game……the Bluff wors will be eaten raw by Bush throughout the day

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  105. @Buddy: Jis Buddy, which bus did you fall off??? The Free Wors Bus??? You hear there is a free braai and you come out the wood work.

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  106. @Bush: Enzo’s was lekker hey….we had some Italian wors for starters so I asked the Wop to grill me that Bluff wors for mains but he refused….he says it had some kind of a smell

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  107. Ek sien moerse rook daar na Bothas hill toe,weet nie ofdit wolke is of Dr T wat besig is om die hardekool/combretum umberba..aan te steek nie

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  108. Ek sien daar isn special in Shongwni…koop n liter Klippe enkry 2 liter coke en pak ys saam virR150.Dit sluit 6 polistrien cups in.Vat hom flaffie..begin vroeg..peak so saam met main game dan gee julledie verloorders raad

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  109. We will al meet in the beertent after the Monnas win. Have a few and proceed to the braai area (still to be determined) in orderly fashion.

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  110. @McCulleys Workshop: it makes a big difference if the feedback is points or ranking. As the volume of beer consumed far surpasses wors appreciation, I assume the score is measured in parsecs/square inch, which makes the two scores equally poor.

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  111. @McCulleys Workshop: Feedback from the braai. Monnas wors got 12 votes and Helpies wors none. 2 losses for Helpies in one day. Braai very well attended. Very lekker kuier for an illegal braai. Pity Spear and other left so early. Buah and myself went to join (crash) the coaches function and were asked to leave after 12. Beet great T-shirts. Made myself and Bush feel like celebrities. What a great evening. Id we had Uber those coaches would have beggen us by now to leave. Long live the Bush. :evil:

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  112. @Hooit: Morning Hooit, Jis was a lekker day. Great day of rugger, great braai and by the way the Bluff wors won😬😬😬😬😬.
    Hooit please give us your Top Schools prediction I promise not to get pissed off.

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  113. Seriously guys, has anyone seen Andre T, Speartackle, Buddy or Green Mamba? All of the above are missing. Last seen on the top field at KERF.

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  114. @Bush: Some school/s attending here will not be in it. Enough said. Will give it to you on Tuesday from the safety of my lounge.
    Have u heard from Andre or from Spear or from Greenman?

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  115. @Bush: Just remember rule 1. Whatever is said or asked on Monday deny deny deny. I will not break. You must also stand strong.

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  116. Great braai! Nice meeting you Bloggers! Thanks for the wors. Agree with Bush. Spicy roadkill wors from the Bluff the winner. Thanks for organizing.

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  117. @Greenman: It was really a lekker day. House won, GW won and Monnas won. My wors won what more could a person ask for. I’m rolling polony right now. I think I’m taking the rest of the week off

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  118. Was nice meetiing all you gents. Sorry I had to run. Had to get my son to a friends house at the last minute. Sounds like I missed some good wors. Will see you all on the side of a rugby field again soon! :lol:

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  119. @Steve K: Lekker Steve, was great meeting you👍. You not coming through tomorrow? You haven’t perhaps seen Speartackle anywhere in your area? The oke is missing. I think he is in Love

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  120. @Bush: Lol … last I saw was him heading off in the direction of the Monas hostel …. singing something like “Die bulle kom. Hy kom hy kom hy kom…!” whilst dacing some silly form of jig. Can’t be sure of what happened to him next! :mrgreen:

    Yes, will most likely be there tomorrow as well.

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  121. Carnage today. Went to unpack my Jeep. I have a strange coolerbox in my Jeep. My braai is missing a leg. Has to be one of the GW parents that stole my braai leg. Please bring back tomorrow.

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  122. @Bush: I have my green machine so not mine. We never used the legs last night. Maybe Spear needed another leg to stand on. He still calls Ricky Louw Oom.

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  123. @Hooit: Lyk my Spear het dit darem oorleef, net besig op twitter. Julle lyk gesellig in jul swart T-shirts.

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  124. Lekker here at Thirsty Whale. Just missing Spear who invited me to his backyard. Where are u?

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  125. reading from your guys which attended the braai,something must have happened to Spear.Pleas find him,he is very special and if you dont believe me,ask himself. Maybe the 21 he did for comrades made him feel ill.Spear hoop jy ok,jy is n biscuit

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  126. @McCulleys Workshop: The mantra for today’s Kearsney is all we see is black and white. Definately the game of the day. Maybe we will be lucky and see the lesser spotted Spear today that is thought to be extinct since Saterday night. Apparently he is not hiding in the bush.

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  127. Do not know who we will all see at the games today but I think most of the boksembende with or without Trompie will be back. It has been n great Kearsney experience for me. Got to meet mostly very good people. I learned not to do predictions after 23h00 at night.
    Three new teams were born on the weekend.
    ..wood
    EG …….
    ….mekaar.
    I got n new T-Shirt thar I will definately be wearing at Wildeklawer. Drank some very nice craftbeer that I got from a suspicious looking guy just sitting between us all laughing at jokes and fist pumping everybody and ended up being my wife’s second best friend at Kearsney. Number 1 spot goes to Bush’s wife Keisha.
    The Glenwood guys to whom you must introduce everybody 3 times otherwise they forget and blame it on altitude.
    To school coaches who will and who will not be in the top 20 this year. Just keep on playing.
    Good memory is the silverspooner across the road who ask us to keep the braai noise down at 19h00.
    JJ’s father may be a better wors braaier than me but there are so much fat in that bluff wors that it is impossible to braai it dry.
    Monnas boys who came to the braai and did their warcry for and with Andre. Andre became so emotional afterwards that he had to leave.
    So in short. Lekker naweek. Lekker rugby and one hell of a braai.

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  128. Do not forget McCulleys who provided the music for the braai with his vast collection of Afrikaans music. All 4 songs.
    Bush thanks. You never leave a man behind. We almost left the wife’s but not each other.

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  129. @Hooit: I have been searching every Bush from Kearsney down to Toti. Still no sign of Spear. He was filled with emotion Saturday night, but I think it was the “In Love emotion”.
    See you later this morning, hopefully Spear will be back.

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  130. @Hooit: Whahahahaha nearly rolled my Jeep. McCulley had one Afrikaans song which he played on repeat. Was happy to gate crash that function as you guys had polished off all my drinks. I had about 15 calls from my wife, the final to say they were setting up Road Blocks which I was fine with as I wasn’t driving. As you said I wasn’t going to leave you behind

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  131. I have now been to every major festival schoolboy rugby has to offer…nothing beats Kearsney

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  132. @Andre T: I haven’t been to Kearsney yet, but from what I saw on TV, it looks like by far the least well attended festival. There must be way more than double the number of spectators at any of the JHB festivals compared to KERF….or are you saying that the quality of the spectators/braai-maters was better? :lol:

    In the recent past, the teams were much stronger at KERF, but not this year.

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  133. @Vleis: Of course they were strong. Have you ever seen the Wit Bulle. Hey gaan jou rol, hey maak jou bang. Have you seen Dale, Selborne very strong.

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  134. @Bush: I’m not saying that they were not strong, just that for the first time in years they weren’t the strongest. This time St John’s had the top teams including: HJS, Affies, PRG, Helpies, Nellies, etc.

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  135. @Hooit: @Bush: Hooit, the official tasting of the Helpies wors only required 1 song, it was quite short. The silver spooner wasnt worried about the noise, he was concerned that Andre T was doing a Sokkie with Spear, and there were kids involved. You must be pleased with your win today against what seemed to be the top team at KERF. Good to meet you, Bush and I may do a tour shortly, I’m worried about his Jeep and the amount of polony he travels with.

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  136. @Vleis: Hi Vleis, it was the same last year. You guys must have been pleased with your win over DHS.

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  137. @Vleis: At Kearsney there weren’t soft games where at St Johns there were only 4 decent games….if you cant understand that I’ll have to think you are related to Hoppers

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  138. @Vleis: But we had Kearsney, GW, Monnas, Dale, Selborne, Queens, Hooit, Spear, McCulley, East Rand Wors, West Rand Wors and Bluff Wors.
    You are correct, the attendance wasn’t great but it’s still a young festival. I felt the rugby played was of a very good standard. Very entertaining.

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  139. @Bush: there’s a simple reason for the poor turnout, you can buy beer in a beer tent with 500 patrons and one barman.

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  140. @McCulleys Workshop: Yes, a good win for the boys.

    @Andre T: I agree that KERF probably has more depth. So, if you like to watch all six games from start to finish then KERF might have an advantage, but if you are happy to watch three games and spend some time catching up with mates in the beer tent then SJC is definitely better. Having said all that, I’m not sure that I should be listening to you re rugby pedigree. Didn’t you say that Affies would thrash Hilton, Florida, etc? As an ex-Linden man, you should have more sympathy for the rank underdogs! :lol: :lol:

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  141. Ja Andre T would do you know about SBR Rugger you were the U3 Tennis World Champ. Have you found Spear yet?

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  142. Cant wait for next year’s Kearsney…..hope they invite Hilton,Florida and St Johns Harare so we can see some better contested games

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  143. @Andre T: Perhaps you have a predilection for KERF because your beloved team won more games this year than they did in two years at SJC (met al daai kak spanne nogal)! You used the word “purist” to describe yourself, but maybe “suurgat” is better? :lol: :lol:

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  144. @Vleis: Isn’t that what every Rugby supporter is? I think in the early years of KERF it was the toughest festival. People wanted to see GCB play Paarl Gim then Paul Roos then Affies all in the space of 5 days. Now it seems a little better balanced. KC have done well to make KERF a successful Easter Festival for KZN SBR supporters. We get to see the likes of Selborne, Dale, Monnas and many other great Schools that we would never see play on our own doorstep. Any way my wors was better than Hooit’s, Spears and Helpies.

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  145. To all the SBR visitors that came to our country KZN over the Easter Weekend I trust you all arrived home safely. Thanks for visiting our wonderful country KZN. Please come back soon.

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  146. @Bush: I’m happy you were able to find a quota replacement for me…even happier he stayed on the wing. I feel like I was LITERALLY there in spirit :mrgreen:

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  147. @Playa: With all the accusations and blame happening on the North Vaal Easter Blog I am glad I attended Kearsney. Only let down at Kearsney was Spear. At Least Andre came to say hi on Monday. Will see some of you at Wildeklawer and the other at Glenwood in June.

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  148. @Hooit: Spear was missing in action? :mrgreen: I can only guess why that would have happened…..but I will keep it to myself in case his bodyguards come looking for me.

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  149. @Vleis: Howzit, never excited about a loss, and without seeing the games, happy with the wins, especially the St Davids score. KZN schools seem to be similar strength this year (excluding GW) which should result in entertaining rugby.

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  150. @McCulleys Workshop: Yep, very tight in KZN. My guess is that one of Kearsney, Hilton or GW will come out on top…but who knows. I expected better results from GW; however, they started the seqson quite late and remain unbeaten, so I’m sure they’re very happy. If they keep on winning, I suspect that Hopper’s dam wall will burst and he’ll revisit this site! :lol: :lol:

    I was quite surprised to see how St David’s fell off the bus in this festival. They started OK in the 1st half v SAC, then fell apart in the 2nd half and never recovered.

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