Bondedag 2017

TIME u18 TEAM u18 TEAM
08h00 Leopards  33-10 Border CD
09h10 Valke  42-14 Limpopo
10h20 KZN Sharks  35-11 Boland
11h30 Golden Lions  83-21 Griffons
12h40 Pumas  31-17 Border
14h00 Blue Bulls 34-32 Free State

207 Comments

  1. I know R&R, Quagga, Riempies and Greenman is going to be there. We cant braai but should have a cold one after the game.

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  2. @Djou: Lions vs Sharks possible CW final.
    @Riempies: Of course Randy. He is just very quiet. Just say all bloggers welcome at 15h00. Always nice to meet n few new faces.

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  3. Boland manne travel lekker ver.

    Sien dis op selfde dag as Cape Schools, paar spanne wat maar kwaai verswak gaan wees.

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  4. So ek glo die tye sal aangepas word aangesien Griquas en Griquas CD nie hierdie toernooi gaan bywoon nie? Vrystaat speel dan teen Luiperds?

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  5. The so called Border side will be such a watered down side. Of the 23 selected CW players, 14 wont be attending. The Selborne(11), Dale (2) and Queens (1)boys will be at Cape Schools. There will also be some players missing that was selected for the AW side. Now they combined the leftover teams into one. Don’t know what anybody will learn from this.

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  6. 8 Bloubul Klubspanne maak ook deel uit van die dag se verrigtinge, meestal skoolverlaters wat in die 8 club spanne deelneem oa. HarlequinsBobbies (QBR) Tukkies, Centurion, Grizzlies, Dragons en ander snaakse gedierte name.
    Dit word die Assupol/Spar toernooi genoem wat oor 3 dae plaasvind met die 1ste dag wat dan op die saterdag plaasvind op die B-Veld, reg langs Trademarks :lol:
    @Hooit: My 2 speel vir Centurion Rugbyclub om 11h40 teen die Dragons, ek sal dus al klaar langs die pub (Trademarks) wees met n koue goue

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  7. @RnR: Sien jou daar. Ek hoor Brotherbear het gese al die SBR manne kan op sy rekening ietsie kouds drink daar by trademarks.

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  8. @Hooit: julle moet koop ja – hoop nie dit bly net by ‘n ietsie nie. Die gesprekke hier kan net beter raak as van die manne ‘n paar happe in het.

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  9. @CharlesZA: None of the CW or Academy players will be avaiable for their school teams. Paarl Gim with 9 players in both teams will be hardest hit. Basically playing with their second team.

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  10. @RnR – Met die seuns vd Moot : Naka Bulle, die huidige champs ne :-D

    @oppimoot – Naka vs Grizzlies is 08:30

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  11. @Ploegskaar: @CharlesZA: Wie en hoe kies die skole wat gaan speel? Moet sterk “B” liga skole nie dalk ook betrek word nie? Ek dink Brackenfell sou beter gewees het as van die ander skole, maar ek gaan nie name noem nie. Bly om te sien Stellenberg is daar maar sonder ses manne kan dinge moeilik raak.

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  12. @Stier: Soos enige toernooi begin hulle maar bo uit te nooi. Gim het die jaar gecancel en dis hoe ons plek gekry het as ek moet raai. Brakkies het 4 CW spelers so ek sou raai hulle sou ook maar swaar trek. Die ding wat vir my worry is dat ons teen Dale speel wat glo hulle CW spelers bring en n hele paar o19 spelers het. Ons gaan n paar o17 manne moet speel maar seker dit sal n lekker game wees.

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  13. @Stier: Cape Schools Cricket Week het sy ontstaan gehad in 1964, met 5 Weskaap en 5 Ooskaap spanne. Die rugby eweknie met dieselfde formaat het begin 1974. Dit word 2 jaarliks gespeel en verskeie skole het al gekom en gegaan oor die jare, maar die kernskole is tans SACS, Bosch, Boland, Gim, Dale, Queens, Selborne en Grey PE. Gim sit die jaar uit want hulle het seker geweet hulle gaan baie CW spelers uit hê en wil hul rankings beskerm. Wynberg het na 2013 onttrek maar help die jaar uit en Stellenberg staan in. Grey PE speel ook slegs kernskole en dis hoekom oorspronklike fixtures verander is

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  14. @CharlesZA: Die Oos-Kaapse skole het 2 jaar gelede ook met al hul provinsiale spelers gespeel. Die WP-skole word (sover ek weet) nie deur die Unie toegelaat om hul provinsiale spelers te gebruik nie. Dit was in elk geval wat in 2015 gebeur het.

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  15. 1 Julie 2017

    08:00 Grens CD vs Luiperds
    09:10 Limpopo vs Valke
    10:20 KZN vs Boland
    11:30 Griffons vs Lions
    12:40 Grens vs Pumas
    14:00 Blou Bulle vs Vrystaat
    15:10 Provincial u/20’s

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  16. @Hooit: Lekker Hooit! I think it is rather a case that they don’t want the final of CW played at the Bondedag! :mrgreen:

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  17. GLenwood,Garsfontein and Stellenberg fall in a certain caregory:wannabees.

    lots of similarities among their supporters as well

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  18. There seems to be some extremely arrogant bloggers popping out their big heads on this site. They have blue and white stripes on their jerseys and starts with HJS.. :roll:

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  19. What a mismatch! Lions vs Griffons OUCH is all i can say! Original programme had Lions AW vs Griffons CW and that was already a hiding waiting to happen.

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  20. @jakes: So Greenmans and Nooit’s comments weren’t arrogant? And these HJS bloggers were referring to provincial teams not their own school team. There are however some real double standards used when judging some of the bloggers on this site, maybe the hypocrites should wake up?

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  21. Pity that the blog has become a mud slinging negative comment facility with a lot of vindictive and non rugby related comments. (and I am referring across all headlines)

    In any event good luck to the bondedag teams normally a great event with great rugby and atmosphere.

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  22. @Randy: Don’t write the Griffons off for a 40-0 loss. Remember how they surprised the Cheetahs a couple of years ago. But the Lions do have a very special team this year. Think the CW main should be Lions vs WP.

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  23. @Djou: Most of the teammis Welkom Gim! Helpies beat them comfortably and they are so kak they only have 3 players in the CW squad.😈

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  24. @Djou: problem is that some don’t talk rugby but do make sense. Even when you talk rugby it comes out as non-sense. Keep on trying, sometimes it takes a while.

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  25. Observation from yesterday. Most of the Man Of the Match awards went to players contracted to the Bulls next year. Coinsidence? I think not.

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  26. @Hooit: I reckon the queue to sign him for after school will be a long one…

    But I believe that even monnas tried to sign him for his matric year a few weeks ago… quite openly too… and they tried twice… Luckily he refused…

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  27. @Rugbyman: Ok so that block is ticked. Garsies will then not play us in semi finals. Who do you think will play in the finals? Monnas then need to approach one of theirs and the Virseker trophy is ours.😈😈😇😇

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  28. @Hooit: Nie so maklik nie… ons en julle moet nog die quarters speel… ons laat ons nie so maklik afsit nie… julle is mos in elk geval so sterk dat julle die reeks op ‘ n draftap gaan wen! Ek hoor julle naam word reeds op die beker gegraffeer, van julle ouers sê dan so… het sommer langs die veld by julle game teen EG gehoor hoe lekker van julle manne gessels dat geen span monnas kan wen nie…

    miskien moet ons so paar van julle sterre nader as counter offer, then all is equal again… onthou ons is van die bose want ons is buite die weskaap…

    Grappies op ‘n stokkie. Julle het vir diego genader, sommer direk die dag toe die bulle by monnas teen die leeus gespeel het… en dit was nie ‘n ouer of agent wat met hom gepraat het nie…

    Hopelik sien ons julle in die semis!

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  29. @Rugbyman: Sien uit om teen julle te speel. Gelukkig is ek nie een van daai ouers nie. Glo ons albei gaan die semi maak en dan ……….

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  30. @Hooit: Wat die bepalende faktor vir man of match was is duidelik nie goeie spel nie. Hele paar van my kontakte se julle game se man of match was nie eens in top 15 van game nie. Seker maar omdat bulle na hom vry? Hoor hy gaan waarskynlik Leeus toe?

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  31. Apologies for flooding the blog now…but!…Reading all these posts over the last couple of months I came to realize that passion is maybe not such a great thing!. We are all here on this blog because we have one thing in common. We all love SBR, Beet created this forum for likeminded people to converse and talk about SBR. Some way along the line it has become much the same as the old Rugby365 blog ending up in people not respecting another point of view and insults flying all over and schools images getting caught up in the behaviour of their supporters. This is not on!..That Schoolboy blog at R365 was stopped because of this type of blogging. I was one of those bloggers way back then that got totally emerged in the passion and forgot what it is supposed to be about. Spies/Andre T will be able to confirm this as he was as guilty as me in this instance! :mrgreen:
    We all want “our” boys and “our” school to do well and succeed in whatever they are doing..but not at the cost of losing one’s decency. In the end we are all passionate about the schools we support (and represent in some way on this blog..something to think about!)..But it all ends up in providing players for our beloved Springboks. If more schools can provide more opportunities for players to develop and become better players I say kudus to them. Don’t matter where they come from, as long as they get the opportunity to exhibit their potential. How else will we as a rugby playing nation unearth the gems? SBR is vital to SA…That is a given. We have more players playing this game than NZ have sheep!..yet we are sucking hind tit to them…why?..because we will always be fighting against another instead of working together!..If the WP with their abundant natural talent cannot accommodate all the players of colour in their “traditional” rugby schools, what is the problem for these players to get opportunities elsewhere wherever that may be?..Our systems are to put it bluntly..fucked up..If you are not in a high profile school you have to work so much harder to get through and recognized in any system!. That is why our “platteland” schools systems have gone to the dogs in terms of rugby. They cannot compete in terms of exposure to the top rugby schools. Why would any player with some ability even want to stay in Moreesburg when he can get an opportunity at a Paarl Gim or a Boishaai or a Glenwood or a Garsfontein . In the end it is all good development for SA rugby. Watching the Supersport series I recognise names I remember from SBR days that I thought was forgotten in the system. Playing for whatever team it may be, coming from whatever province or school, at least they are getting exposure!. A Winnaar from Dale..(with his exuberant hairstyle!) playing for the Sharks as an example.
    What I am trying to converse here is that over a long span of time I have learned to respect views from other bloggers like Rugbyman, Kattes, Djou, Rainier, Riempies, Grizzly,McCulleys, Roger, Playa, CharlesZa, Chief, Sewes, Greenman, Tzavosky, Bush, Hooit, Gungest Tuft, Umtata, Ringo, 4×4, Vleis, Ruggerfan, BuffelsCM , my fellow Boishaai bloggers and a few others ..I apologize if I left someone out..yes..even my beloved Spiesie and T!…Even if I don’t always agree with your views what I have learned is that my views are not always the right view!…We are all exceptional individuals passionate about SBR with obviously our own agendas when it comes to the teams and schools we support, BUT…we need to give each other some sort of leeway and stop this Blog into deteriorating into something we all despise!..being seen as that tannie with the handbag running next to the touchline!….
    Beet started something here and gave us the opportunity to discuss SBR in a decent and civilised atmosphere because some of us were part of a site that lost its structure and original intent. Please guys, don’t let the same thing happen here. I was part and parcel of that original blog and I must confess that sometimes I did overstep the lines over here as well. I think it is time that we all take a little introspective look and try and get back to what it is supposed to be all about. I would like to petition Beet to get bloggers like Bog and Hopper back again as I think we would all like to get their views (however we might disagree) back on this forum. I think it will be good for us a SBR community (and that is what we are..like it or not) to bring back people that will not always sing from the same hymnbook, but at least have some different points of view as it should be. All we need is someone to now and then just give us a “ruk in die bek” and remind us when we stray from the given topic. Our viewpoints will always differ, and that is great, but all our school are all great and the boys playing this beloved game are all great, be they from Putsonderwater playing for Garsies or Buffelsfontein playing for Boishaai. At least they are getting exposure!..and this is partly what this blog is all about as well. ! Don’t let your schools colours judge your point of view!..
    This was not written under duress or threatening emails from Spies!…

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  32. @BoishaaiPa: surely you must respect the views of Hopper and BOG as well. They may be a bit off the normal track, but normally well thought through?

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  33. @BrotherBear: If you read my post you will notice that I did ask for their recall..This blog is about SBR..not politics, religion, social injustices or the state of our economics. There are plenty of other platforms to express your views on those topics. Therefore I will refrain from commenting on any of those subjects and as a common act of decency I think we should honor Beet’s wishes and stick to the subject at hand..SBR is what this blog is about and trying to infuse those other topics into a conversation about SBR defeats the whole purpose. It only ends up in mud slinging and degrading the conversation. Banter and poking fun is one thing..trying to convince others that your political/religion/economic views are the only correct one around is a fruitless excersize that have no positive outcome!

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  34. @odie15: BoishaaiPa het darem verwys na ‘mede HJS bloggers’, of iets in daardie lyn.

    Dankie vir daardie ‘post’ BoishaaiPa.

    Ek glo dit was nodig (vir ons almal)

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  35. @BoishaaiPa: Thank you for that post and for your massive contribution over the years. You are without doubt one of the blog defining SBR enthusiasts who’s helped elevate this website.

    For all users:
    I get a good deal of help behind the scenes from readers who have never ever blogged and I’m truly grateful to each and every one of those people. My feeling is that this website is made by the bloggers’ comments. Somehow together through what we’ve posted we’ve managed to draw the daily interest of just about every main SBR official from every mainstream rugby school in SA and a number of rugby union and others involved in post school rugby. So in terms of core there is something we are doing right.

    We also can’t get away from the fact that this blog has a soap opera like appeal and is primarily geared towards the interests of fathers and those around about the same age with some sort of vested interest in SBR, so it’s going to veer off topic a lot of the time without necessarily losing sight of the core interest that brings us all here.

    I don’t want to talk badly of the 2 mentioned guys who are no longer with us or even bring up the reasons why again. Funnily enough 2 names were mentioned but there is a 3rd one who though my personal experience offered way more constructive insight about rugby related issues itself. Its important to acknowledge that they too played a part in making the blog what it is.

    If there is only one thing I would like people remember from this particular comment it is this: sometimes risks outweigh rewards! Decisions as tough and/or unfair as they might seem have to be made based on this risk/reward criteria.

    It’s a sad reality for me when we reach the end of a season and I realise that some dads just won’t be involved on the blog the next year as they have been because they’ll be moving on to other non-SBR related interests once their kids matriculate. So many of my favourite bloggers have moved on in this way but I accept it as part of the cycle and we have always been blessed to have new parents sign up the next year and step in to fill the void and hopefully this continues. I remember at a time earlier this year I was really down because for completely different reasons we had already lost guys like Tjoppa, Mike St and Rugbyman who to me were outstanding contributors in ways many of you probably didn’t realise. So I’m really happy that Mike St and Rugbyman have come back so to speak. Tjoppa has gone on to do something great and proved that there is so much opportunity to cover in SBR and do it well. Those opportunities are there all the time. Those 2 mentioned bloggers should consider the doing the same – start their own website and style it to suit their needs and their viewpoints and I’m sure it will be a success.

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  36. @beet: I hear what you say but it is just not the same anymore without BOG and Hoppers.

    I used to get on the blog and immediately look for certain names to read their comments and join in…..lately I see names and I just go offline

    But yes, it’s not my blog and if you and all the others prefer the crap that is going around lately above BOG and Hoppers’ crap then so be it

    I still read it now and then but it’s hard to have fun with most of these okes

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  37. @Speartackle: I tend to agree with your sentiments. First @BoishaaiPa writes a letter that has everybody in tears and half the blog unveiling their feminine side, then @Djou asks for forgiveness (something about a hatchet). Luckily @Hooit still popping a joke about his feelings only hurt by you. I think for some this hugging and bum-tapping may become a bit too much. We will soon be back into the rythm of things.

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  38. @BrotherBear: Seeing that you don’t want to take the olive branch, it is clear for all that you are what you are!
    Ps: A person only ask for forgiveness when he/she is wrong. I was willing to forget all your cr@p – and will from now on just ignore you. As most bloggers are doing already!

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  39. @BrotherBear: It’s cute trying to be a bad ass on the blog…but it gets old after a while and once you have read through all the BS you will realize nothing is new..we have seen it all before!…Start conversing like an adult and you might be taken serious!

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  40. @Hooit: Ek dink jou comments is in swak smaak oor Man of Match, veral gesien vir die feit dat die seun wat dit in julle betrokke wedstyryd gekry het, ook van jou skool af is, ek het wedstryd van die pawiljoen af gekyk en meer as een persoon om my, het opgemerk hoe goed hy was, gaan kyk maar weer na hoogtepunte en tel hoeveel keer het die seun, meer as een verdediger besig gehou, en dan n offload gemaak wat iemand in staat gestel het om te score!! Klink vir my na suurdruiwe!! Neem aan jou seun het nie kontrak by bulle gekry!!

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  41. @Richard Lowe: Ek het geen negatiewe opmerking gemaak nie. Lees asb weer. Ek het nerens gese enige van die MOTM seuns verdien dit nie. Het opmerking gemaak dat die 3 waarvan ek weet almal moontlike kontrakte by Bulle het. N ander blogger het opmerkings gemaak. My siening op die blog us om geen kind negatief te noem nie. As jy weer gaan lees dal jy dit so sien. As dit die indruk skep dat ek n speler aanval is ek jammer.

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  42. @Richard Lowe: Ek weet ook nie wie was MOTM in 1ste 2 games nie. Rugbyman genoem Diego was in die laaste game gewees en nog o/17. As jy weet wie was in die 2ste 2 games gewees laat weet asseblief.

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  43. @Richard Lowe: I will rephrase my statement. In the 3 games I watched there were various Man of the match candidates. As it was A Blue Bulls rugby day the players receiving it are all possibly Bulls players next year. Seems like it was the deciding factor in each game from the shortlist of possible candidates.

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  44. @BoishaaiPa: hoe kan jy so ‘n mooi brief skryf en dan so lelik met my wees? Ja, ek het ook gedink jou brief is baie raak en uitstekend bewoord. Het nou net nie so gese in my kommentaar aan Spiesie nie – so jammer indien my tong in die kies (teenoor ander kommentaar) stelling ietwat verkeerd interpreteer is. Ek beskou myself ook glad nie as “bad ass” nie. Eerder iemand wat nie skroom om oor issues te praat nie en ongelukkig geen sin het vir diegene wat stront praat nie.

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  45. @Djou: where do you get the idea I do not accept olive branches? And specifically one that you may have offered? I merely commented on a process I observed.
    Will you be able to retract your retract, now that you see that you may have misinterpreted my comments? I cannot accept something that is not there, at the moment.

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  46. @Richard Lowe: so personal with @Hooit at such an early stage? It may have been my comments that gave you the idea that there were more deserving players for MOM. Nobody said the specific boy did not play well, only that there were more deserving players and we speculated on why such clear oversights could be possible.

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  47. @Richard Lowe: daar word ook geglo dat net die werklike “desperates” sal kontrak by bulle aanvaar – en dit kom nie van my af nie. Hulle sisteem het heeltemal te veel spelers met meeste wat bitter min game-time kry. Is dit dan nie beter om eerder na kleiner unie te gaan waar jy ten minste in oog is nie?

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  48. @BoishaaiPa: apologies for not replying in English.
    How can you write such a beautiful letter and be so nasty with me? Yes, I also thought your letter was very apt and well worded. Did not say so in my reply to Spiesie – so apologies if my tongue in cheek (against other comments)statement was misinterpreted. I do not see my self as “bad-ass” at all. I tend to shoot straight on issues, but unfortunately do not have much time for those that tend to play with horse manure.

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  49. @Richard Lowe: It will be nice to get a response from you.
    @BrotherBear: Thanks for owning up. Just wonder why I was attacked and not u.
    It was nentioned in the past already that days like these are used by the Unions to market themselves. The Blue Bulls rugby day at the beginning of the season and Bondedag. Lets take Diego as an example. He is still u/17. Is he contracted already? I do not know. Was he as motm the best player? Possible. Did the Bulls use this oppertunity to get some buy in from the player into the Bulls? I think so. Is it right? Definately. So are the Bulls using this to their own benefit within acceptable norms? Yes and why not. Nothing wrong. A motm award will not make a player or brake the others that did not get it. Lastly did the Bulls use this and other days hosted by them? IMO yes they do and there is nothing wrong with it. And once again my opinion could be completely wrong.

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  50. @Richard Lowe: is always a sensitive issue!!! Want pappie sien iets, mammie sien iets, Die kenner sien iets….everyone sees something different so unless there’s proper player tracking does it matter who-it is that’s MOM!

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  51. @Richard Lowe: stem saan jou!! Baie baie swak smaak van Hooit. Definitief n steek na iemand!! Gelukkig weet ek baie meer as wat Hooit wil voorgee in sy comment!!

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  52. @BrotherBear: @Hooit: I still believe your comments was in bad taste, and rightfully so, BrotherBear owned up to his ridiculous statement that the MOM was not even in the top 15, sorry for taking my time with response

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  53. @Richard Lowe: comments WERE.
    There are normally 30 players on the field. Nothing ridiculous about statement.
    Are you guys at Menlo still run by OneSport, the Uber blue bull agents?

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  54. Going back to Hooit’s statement. How many of Saturday’s MOTM’s have been contracted in some form or another by the Bulls? And if the answer is all of them, was this a criteria for winning the MOTM in the first place?

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  55. @Murrayfield: I am not going to get involved in a mud slinging contest. Every game had a few possible motm candidates. Why will I attack 1 player if there were 3 games given as an example. Please rather inform us who were the other games motm. If we get attacked for rugby related observations then why be on the blog. So I cannot comment on anything that involves Monnas or the Lions? Was there more than 1 candidate for motm in each game? Youre opinion please? Lately you only comment on my comments.

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  56. @Richard Lowe: I don’t get what you are on about as it was a valid question and was in no was an attack. Who adjudicated the MOTM awards?

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  57. @Hooit: Bondedag is not a Bulls rugbyday. The day normally alternates between the participating unions. It was held at Loftus for the past 2 years though. Think it has to do with capacity and money.

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  58. @BrotherBear: Dit gaan baie goed by Menlo, OneSport is betrokke maar die skool sal nooit toelaat dat die stertjie die hond swaai, as ek my nie misgus was dit lede van dieselfde OneSport wat julle sg “Dreamteam” bymekaar gemaak het.

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  59. I’m not sure what Murrayfield and Richard Lowe were on about with Hooit. Maybe I missed something that was said in Code. I think he asked a valid question. Hooit has SBR in his best interest (not because of his son, who is a brilliant player) and is not biased. What am I say, I don’t even like Hooit🕺🏻🥋

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  60. @Djou: The comment was made to get reaction which he got from BrotherBear it was either implied or suggested that the recipient(s) were not worthy of the accolade, if it was not aimed at a specific person, why did he in a later reply commented that the player is not going to Lions and “Blykbaar bulle toe”

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  61. @Richard Lowe: goed om te hoor dit gaan goed. Probleem is ou weet nie altyd wie is hond en wie is stert. Die persoon waarna jy verwys was vyf jaar gelede nog afrigter by Helpmekaar, maar het kort daarna na Menlo geskuif, en toe na Kempies, en toe na Monnas. Hy het eers na hy Menlo toe geskuif het, betrokke geraak by OneSport. Helpmekaar se rugby het afgelope paar jaar organies gegroei – geen afhanklikheid van agente of moerse budgets.
    Sterkte met Virseker – jammer ons speel julle nie.

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  62. @Richard Lowe: Eish, your reading!?
    @Hooit replied on a specific person because I asked him!
    It is quite clear that the lack of reading or reasoning or deduction causes quite a bit of confusion, not to even speak about aggression.

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  63. @BrotherBear: Soos ek gesê het as ek my nie misgus nie, ten minste weet jy van wie ek praat. Ek is ook jammer ons speel julle nie, drie van ons vier spanne in Virseker sou julle op die dag wen en teen vlge jaar sal al 4, maar nou ja .. solank as wat Helpies groot skole boelie in Virseker sal dit seker nie gebeur nie

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  64. @Richard Lowe: Ek weet Helpies probeer hard om makro-skole te speel. Daar is ongelukkig ‘n paar reels en struikelblokke in hul pad en die Leeus se skolerugby-unie se samewerking is nodig om om dit uit die pad te rol.

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  65. @Richard Lowe: Klink my jy is n man wat met verkeerde voet uit sie bed opgestaan het. Ek het nou vragtig lanklaas iemand so aanvallerig soos jy hier op die blog gesien. Helpmekaar boelie anderskole. Agnee regtig.

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  66. @Djou: That’s why I went for “some form or another” in my question. SARU made it clear that a player cannot be contracted by a rugby union before he turns 18. However this does not stop a union from sponsoring a player before his 18th birthday sometimes in exchange for a first right of refusal option once the player is 18. In those sorts of cases people often state that the player is going to X Y or Z union, and 99% of the time that’s exactly what happens a year or two later.

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  67. @Riempies: Jong, ons moet onsself gelukkig ag dat ons nie teen skole speel waar die uitslag voor die tyd bekend is nie; “3 van die 4 op enige dag” nogals.

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  68. @beet: Unions sign boys prior to turning 18 all the time even though it is contradictory to SARU regulations.

    Then over an above that their is what they call Jnr School Agreement where the kids can from U14 even get a small monthly payment from the union. This is normally not subjected to any prerequisite or requirement that you must sign for the union after school.

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  69. @Richard Lowe: You are quick out of the blocks on the blog. The Menlo I stand for respect their opponents and the result will be decided on the day!! Menlo had fantastic intake the last 7 years from grade 7 to 8 but still nothing to show at senior level … let’s first get our house in order … and then still be humble!

    @Hooit has a reputation on the blog as a true SBR enthusiast with respect from most of the bloggers.

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  70. @beet: Ja, I see what you mean. But if you look where for instance most of the Garsies are heading towards … it is not the Bulls.

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  71. @AbsolutMenlo: ons is so min menlobloggers, gee Richard Lowe kans om net van sy energie ontslae te raak! Hy ken skolerugby en support Menlo. Lekker om

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  72. Lekker om te sien Menlo het nog n blogger! Jy self het ook ” guns blazing” uitgekom in jou eerste paar blogs!!

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  73. @AbsolutMenlo: Menlo is maar altyd in di spervuur!! Dankie. Het ook sopas met Hooit gepraat telefonies, hy verseker my dat sy opmerkings GEENSINS op enige speler van toepassing is nie, hy is n trotse Wit Bul( Die oorspronklike Wit Bulle- Monnas!) en ondersteun slegs skolerugby!! Ek aanvaar sy verduideliking!!

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  74. @AbsolutMenlo: Welkom terug!Julle Menlo bloggers sal sien dat oor die volgende paar jaar julle alhoemeer in die lime light sal wees.Moet nie te veel wen nie(die establishment skud nie!).Hoekom nie teen Helpies nie?Dit sal fantasties vir beide skole wees…

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  75. @Grizzly: Nog altyd hier, maar julle en Kloof het mos die blog oorgevat met die same old same old!!
    Ons speel Helpmekaar en so ook enige ander skool enige tyd. Ons het Helpmekaar laas 2014/15 gespeel en al die A-span wedstryde gewen insluitende eerstes. :wink:

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  76. More al julle klomp twak praters…….. Hier is die spanne vir die CW – vir party is dit dalk al ou nuus maar vir ander nie.

    CRAVEN WEEK SPOTLIGHT: BELOW ARE THE 20 TEAMS TO PLAY AT THE 2017 CRAVEN WEEK, HOSTED BY ST STITHIANS IN RANDBURG FROM JULY 17-22.

    Rikus Pretorius of Free State and Muller du Plessis played for South African Schools in 2016.

    Sanele Nohamba, JJ van der Mescht and Dylan Richardson of KwaZulu-Natal, Mark Snyman and Keegan Glade of the Golden Lions, Janco van Heyningen of Free State and Francke Horn of Western Province were in the South African Schools A side in 2016.

    Those players will all be worth watching. The Free State centre pairing is well worth watching.

    Craven Week Teams 2017

    Blue Bulls: 15 Diego Appollis (Garsfontein), 14 Ndu Nkosi (Southdowns), 13 Marnus Potgieter (Affies), 12 Zan Briel (Affies), 11 Turique Ferris (De Wilgers), 10 Ulrich Maritz (Waterkloof), 9 Giovanne Snyman (Waterkloof), 8 Phillip Potgieter (Affies), 7 Jaco Labuschagne (Affies), 6 Gustav de Jager (Waterkloof), 5 Ruben Kotze (Waterkloof), 4 Orateng Koikanyang (St Alban’s), 3 Gerrit Visser (Waterkloof), 2 Johan van Zyl (Affies), 1 Warren Nkobane (Cornwall Hill), 16 Ruben Veldsman (Waterkloof), 17 Robert Moekoena (Curro Hazeldean), 18 James Combrink (Affies), 19 Kgala Mothomogolo (Pretoria Boys’ High), 20 Kahanda Jada (Pretoria Boys’ High), 21 Keagen Johannes (Garsfontein), 22 Regardt Roets (Affies), 23 Mpho Kubeka (Pretoria Boys’ High).

    Boland: 15 Jasper Cohen (Drostdy), 14 Lucas Rone (Robertson), 13 Chris Grobbelaar (Drostdy), 12 PJ Boltman (Vredendal), 11 Clint Buys (Drostdy), 10 JP Viviers (Augsburg Gimnasium), 9 Romeo Eksteen (Drostdy), 8 Marco Griebenauw (Augsburg Gimnasium), 7 Michael Otto (Hermanus), 6 Jevan Augsut (Weltevrede), 5 Dawid Oosthuizen (Robertson), 4 JC van Niekerk (Augsburg Gimnasiuim), 3 Athi Maginya (Charlie Hofmeyr), 2 Matthys van der Merwe (Hermanus), 1 Zenon Erasmus (Hugenote), 16 Johan Geldenhuys (Drostdy), 17 Trevor Laubscher (Drostdy), 18 Dehan Scheepers (Hermanus), 19 Johandré Rupping (Lutzville), 20 Michael Goodall (Hugenote), 21 Aphelele Madaka (Hermanus), 22 Shaun Baxter (Drostdy), 23 Jared Manus (Charlie Hofmeyr).

    Border: 15 Jason Raubenheimer (Selborne), 14 Siphamandla Matsinya (Dale), 13 Sibahle Kuhlane (Selborne), 12 Sinethemba Qeshile (Hudson Park), 11 Jarred du Plessis (Hudson Park), 10 David Coetzer (Selborne), 9 Hlumelo Ndudula (Hudson Park), 8 Adam Mountford (Selborne), 7 André Rust (Selborne), 6 Stephen Louis Fourie (Stirling High), 5 Morné Coetzee (Stirling High), 4 Stephan Nieuwenhuizen (Selborne), 3 Cameron Moodie (Selborne), 2 Mark Venter (Selborne), 1 Luke Dalbock (Selborne), 16 Kwezi Dlamini (Sterling High), 17 Andile Nondwangu (Cambridge High), 18 Cole Haggard (Hudson Park), 19 Junaid Bijal (Queen’s), 20 Geoffrey Ross (Hoërskool Grens), 21 Mitchell Connellan (Selborne), 22 Sibabalwe Xamlashe (Selborne), 23 Dashaan Mitchley (Dale).

    Border Country Districts: 15 Athenkosi Mbongoza (Khanyisa), 14 Inga Litha Dyantyi (Maclear), 13 Likhona Simoyi (Khanyisa), 12 Mfundiso Deda (Khanyisa), 11 Xola Ngqoshana (Ugie High), 10 Lonwabo Roto (St John’s), 9. Adriaan Jordaan (Hangklip), 8. Azola Faleni (Thomas Ntaba), 7. Johannes Kruger (Hangklip), 6 Yamkela Pama (CHB), 5 Sinethemba Stephen (Thomas Ntaba), 4 Regalia Ngalimani (Ugie), 3 Sixolile Mapoloba (Elliot), 2 Lizalise Madzidzela (Mtata), 1 Pilisa Nondonga (CHB), 16 Thulani Zotho (CHB), 17 Sinelwizi Mlenzana (Ugie), 18 Kwanele Tshungwana (Dudumayo), 19 Nkosintle Xamlashe (Doodrecht), 20 Apiwe Mangoloti (Maclear), 21 Likhaya Tengimfene (Hangklip), 22 Whez Gwedisa (CHB).

    Eastern Province: 15 Dylan le Roux (Daniël Pienaar), 14 Dean Jordan (Die Brandwag), 13 Ayabonga Matroos (Grey High), 12 Waqar Solaan (Grey High), 11 Juandré Sabbat (Die Brandwag), 10 Rodwell Baatjies (Pearson High), 9 Sachin Toring (Daniël Pienaar), 8 Elandré Smit (Die Brandwag), 7 Hendrik du Toit (Nico Malan), 6 Bevan Rudi Prinsloo (Grey High), 5 Zane Barnard (Die Brandwag), 4 Lacken Gray (Grey High), 3 Le-Kleu Stokes (Die Brandwag), 2 Ruan Jonker (Grey High), 1 Elmar Eldon (Die Brandwag), 16 Viaan Wolmarans (Framesby), 17 John Douglas Allison (Grey High), 18 Janu Fourie (Nico Malan), 19 Dumisa Ngcivana (Grey High), 20 Desmick Kleinbooi (Framesby), 21 Chad Adams (Die Brandwag), 22 Uan Tait (Grey High), 23 Kholiwe Konza (Grey High).

    Eastern Province Country Districts: 15 Nevaldo Fleurs (Marlow), 14 Sivuyisiwe Ngqiyaza (Graeme), 13 Byron Shanwood (St Andrew’s), 12 Jack Allanson (St Andrew’s), 11 Sive Etoo Nako (Aliwal North), 10 Murray Koster (St Andrew’s), 9 Oscar Reese Evans (St Andrew’s), 8 Zadok Robert Kakani (St Andrew’s), 7 Mhlangabezi Ntwanambi (Graeme), 6 Jurgens Human (Marlow), 5 Jason Brown (St Andrew’s), 4 Ikheteleng Nkereanya (St Andrew’s), 3 Callum Dugmore (St Andrew’s), 2 Dean Jenkins (St Andrew’s), Chulumankco Lupumlo Mngxaso (St Andrew’s), 16 Johannes Swart (Marlow), 17 Marno Beyl (Marlow), 18 Wonga Wakashe (Graeme), 19 Cornelius Jacobus Vorster (Marlow), 20 Athini Galada (Kingswood), 21 Johannes Lombard (Gill), 22 Vivian Kapp (Marlow), 23 Claude Jacobs (Marlow).

    Free State: 15 David Kriel (Grey), 14 Henk Cilliers (Grey), 13 Janco van Heyningen (Grey), 12 Rikus Pretorius (Grey), 11 Wycliff Vlitoor (Grey), 10 Christopher Schreuder (Grey), 9 Ross Braude (Grey), 8 Arno Nieuwoudt (Grey), 7 Marcel Theunissen (Grey), 6 Teboho Rampai (Louis Botha), 5 De Wet Marais (Grey), 4 Tamkelo Mzayayi (Louis Botha), 3 Naudé Naudé (Grey), 2 Ru-hann Greyling (Grey), 1 Andile Maxamba (Louis Botha), 16 Luke Janse van Vüren (Grey), 17 Shiraigh Lalla (Louis Botha), 18 Herman Agenbag (Grey), 19 Olentse Mphuthi (Louis Botha), 20 Lebo Molefe (Grey), 21 Keaton Swart (Louis Botha), 22 Martin Lottering (Louis Botha), 23 Jayden Seekoei (Louis Botha)

    Golden Lions: 15 Bonianga Mpeku (KES), 14 David Cary (Helpmekaar), 13 Leon Mpeku (KES), 12 Yanga Hlalu (KES), 11 Santino Pieter Swanepoel (Florida), 10 Marc Morrison (KES), 9 Tinus Combrinck (Monument), 8 Travis Gordon (KES), 7 Pieter Jacobs (Monument), 6 Mark Snyman (Helpmekaar), 5 Stephan le Roux (Monument), 4 Christen van Niekerk (Monument), 3 Keegan Glade (KES), 2 Morné Brandon (Monument), 1 Rudolph Oosthuizen (Florida), 16 Dameon Venter, 17 Nkosikhona Masuku (Parktown), 18 Asenathi Ntlabakanye (St Stithians), 19 Kegan Litchfield (Jeppe), 20 Franco Schutte (Monument), 21 Luke Rossouw (Monument), 22 Tyler Hayward (KES), 23 Muzilikazi Manyike (Jeppe).

    Griffons: 15 Qamani Kota (Welkom Gimnasium), 14 Triumph Boloyi (Goudveld), 13 Verlyn van Vollenhoven (Welkom Gimnasium), 12 Keith van Aswegen (Welkom Gimnasium), 11 Francois Maree (Welkom Gimnasium), 10 Jason Wagman (Welkom Gimnasium), 9 Owen Kleynhans (Hentie Cilliers), 8 Ulrich Stander (Welkom Gimnasium), 7 Christo Steyn (Welkom Gimnasium), 6 Brandon Botha (Welkom Gimnasium), 5 Hussayn Banzi (Welkom Gimnasium), 4 DJ Hatting (Afrikaanse Hoërskool Kroonstad), 3 Jan Wolfaardt Meades (Witteberg), 2 Dillon Minnaar (Welkom Gimnasium), 1 Francois Klopper (Bethlehem Voortrekker), 16 Kenneth Sheppard (Hentie Cilliers), 17 Daniel Jordaan (Witteberg), 18 Carl Senyane (Welkom Gimnasium), 19 Regard Smallberger (Bethlehem Voortrekker), 20 Marnich Thessner (Welkom Gimnasium), Georgen Kiewiet (Welkom Gimnasium), Dealine Jafta (Hentie Cilliers), 23 Brendan van der Walt (Afrikaans Hoërskool Kroonstad).

    Griquas: 15 Ryan de Wee (Noord-Kaap), 14 Leon Becker (Noord-Kaap), 13 Dimitrio Tieties (Noord-Kaap), 12 Luke Mason (Noord-Kaap), 11 Kat Mabaleng (Landboudal), 10 Wentzel Matthys (Prieska), 9 GM Bruwer (Noord-Kaap), 8 Jacques van Zyl (Diamantveld), 7 Nardus Bosman (Diamantveld), 6 BJ Muller (Hartswater), 5 Bradley Leijdekkers (Noord-Kaap), 4 Thulani Njenje (Noord-Kaap), 3 Doctor Booysen (Noord-Kaap), 2 Daniël van Zyl (Diamantveld), 1 Obakeng Pholoholo (Hartswater), 16 Willie van Aswegen (Noord-Kaap), 17 Francois Jacobs (Landboudal), 18 Nico Graaff (Noord-Kaap), 19 Gerhard Holtzhausen (Noord-Kaap), 20 Saint-Art Pergoa (De Aar), 21 Aldro Heyns (Noord-Kaap), 22 Jacques Nel (Diamantveld)

    Griquas Country Districts: 15 Darryl de Wee (Upington), 14 Gavian Cloete (Concordia), 13 Clinton Toüa (Kalahari), 12 Ruan Venter (Kalahari), 11 Josh van Heerden (Namakwaland), 10 Cobus van Niekerk (Duineveld), 9 AJ le Roux (Kalahari), 8 Jasper Wiese (Upington), 7 Junior Burger (Duineveld), 6 Theunis Visser (Duineveld), 5 Dillon du Plessis (Kalahari), 4 Rayno Nel (Duineveld), 3 Scott Frits (Calvinia), 2 Hanro Visagie (Duineveld), 1 Jan-Hendrik van Wyk (Duineveld), 16 Morgan Engelbrecht (Namakwaland), 17 Henri Nel (Duineveld), 18 Sergio Boer (Upington), 19 Ryno Karstens (Duineveld), 20 Bokang Tshabang (Kalahari), 21 Jonathan Steenkamp (Upington), 22 Romario van Rooyen (Daniëlskuil)

    Kwa-Zulu Natal/Sharks: 15 Siyanda Cele (Glenwood), 14 Morné van Rensburg (Glenwood), 13 Conan le Fleur (Glenwood), 12 Rynhardt Jonker (Glenwood), 11 Cham Zondeki (DHS), 10 Dylan Pretorius (Glenwood), 9 Sanele Nohamba (DHS), 8 Phendulani Buthelezi (DHS), 7 Dylan Richardson (Kearsney), 6 Dylan Kruger (Glenwood), 5 Juan van der Mescht (Glenwood), 4 Edward Laubscher (Glenwood), 3 Keynan Knox (Michaelhouse), 2 Fezokuhle Mbatha (Maritzburg), 1 Jordan Clarke (Glenwood), 16 Daniel Truter (Glenwood), 17 Thabiso Mdletshe (Glenwood), 18 Brendon Schwulst (Glenwood), 19 Celimpilo Gumede (DHS), 20 Ntuthuko Mchunu (Maritzburg), 21 Jaden Hendrikse (Glenwood), 22 Njabulo Mjara (Maritzburg), 23 Lwandile Menze (DHS).

    Leopards: 15 Bertru Jones (Lichtenburg), 14 Pitso Mosia (Potchefstroom Technical High School), 13 Mitchelle van der Merwe (Potchefstroom Gimnasium), 12 Lohann Jahns (Lichtenburg), 11 Kamohelo Majola (Potchefstroom Boys High), 10 Hanru van Rooyen (Potchefstroom Volkskool), 9 Showan Maurice Drude (Lichtenburg), 8 Ruwald van der Merwe (Rustenburg), 7 Andries Fouche (Rustenburg), 6 Zimasa Nokama (Vaal Reefs), 5 George van der Westhuizen (Potchefstroom Gimnasium), 4 Ntokozo Gumedze (Potchefstroom Technical High School), 3 Arno Gustafson (Potchefstroom Gimnasium), 2 Dirk-Hendrik Kotze (Klerksdorp), 1 Simbonile Mnyazana (Vaal Reefs), 16 Gustav van Staden (Rustenburg), 17 Ruben du Plessis (Rustenburg), 18 Graivian Smith (Lichtenburg), 19 Michiel Janse van Rensburg (Vryburg), 20 Anelka Barends (Potchefstroom Gimnasium), 21 Vihan Muller (Lichtenburg), 22 Cellen Benjamin (Klerksdorp), 23 Frank-Lee Jackson (Potchefstroom Gimnasium).

    Limpopo: 15 Tshivhandekane Sefole (Louis Trichardt), 14 Ofentse Maubane (Curro Heuwelkruin), 13 Vincent Roos (Ben Viljoen), 12 Heini Ferreira (Ben Vorster), 11 Noko Meshack Malatji (Merensky), 10 Karel Limbach (Eric Louw), 9 Renier Gerber (Curro Heuwelkruin), 8 Philip Apea-Adu (Louis Trichardt), 7 Armich Lottering (Tom Naudé), 6 Marko Benade (Hans Strydom), 5 Gezani Manzini (Ben Vorster), 4 Gerdus Botha (Frikkie Meyer), 3 Barend Lombard (Merensky), 2 Bernard Vermaak (Ben Vorster), 1 Nyiko Ntlemo (Ben Vorster), 16 PJ Botha (Hans Strydom), 17 Cornelius van Staden (Curro Heuwelkruin), 18 Tshepo Masakale (Tom Naudé), 19 CJ Erasmus (Ben Vorster), 20 Ajay Willemse (Piet Potgieter), 21 Lehlogonold Molepo (Ben Vorster), 22 Reece Allan Wynne (Curro Heuwelkruin), 23 Kamogelo Matloa (Tom Naudé)

    Namibia: 15 Divan Rossouw (Windhoek Gimnasium), 14 Wilrico Theron (Edugate Academy), 13 Brendon du Plessis (Privaatskool Elnatan), 12 Justin Newman (Windhoek Gimnasium), 11 Shareave Titus (Otjiwarongo), 10 Christopher Arries (Windhoek High School), 9 Stefan Potgieter (Tsumeb Gimnasium), 8 Johan Retief (Windhoek Gimnasium), 7 HJ du Plessis (Windhoek High School), 6 Karl Grundling (Windhoek Afrikaanse Privaatskool), 5 André Augustyn (Windhoek High School), 4 Ruan Kok (Privaatskool Elnatan), 3 Torsten Stahn (Windhoek Gimnasium), 2 Desmond Stramis (Windhoek Gymnasium), 1 Hans Breedt (Tsumeb Gimnasium), 16 Jandré van Wyk (Privaatskool Elnatan), 17 Jason Benadé (Dr Lemmer), 18 Dylon Husselman (Dr Lemmer), 19 Freddy Puriza (Windhoek High School), 20 Eugene Joubert (Privaatskool Elnatan), 21 PJ Singarem (Windhoek Gimnasium), 22 Milan van Wyk (Windhoek Gimnasium)

    Pumas: 15 Coenraad Visser (Middelburg), 14 Tshepo Malumane (Baberton), 13 Siphesihle Mthethwa, 12 Riekert Barnard (Middelburg), 11 Damian Losper (Hoogenhout), 10 Stephan van der Bank (Nelspruit), 9 Joao Cristovam (Nelspruit), 8 Calvin Clack (Ligbron), 7 Renier Troskie (Nelspruit), 6 Bongumenzi Dlamini (Piet Retief), 5 Marius Slabbert (Nelspruit), 4 Sibusiso Madonsela (Piet Retief), 3 Wian Otto (Nelspruit), 2 SP Muller (Nelspruit), 1 Banele Mthenjane (Nelspruit), 16 Duart Willemse (Middelburg), 17 Nkosinathi Mthetwa (Piet Retief), 18 Gerald van Eeden (Nelspruit), 19 Lindelani Makhanya (Piet Retief), 20 Tiaan de Beer (Middelburg), 21 Uys de Preez (Middelburg), 22 Thabiso Mkwabane (Ermelo), 23 Prince Nkabinde (Hoogenhout).

    South Western Districts: 15 Johannes Klinck (Oakdale), 14 Clyde Lewis (Oakdale), 13 Hanu Heunis (Oakdale), 12 Joshua Hermanus (Punt), 11 Keano Hendricks (Oakdale), 10 Magnus Muller (Oakdale), 9 Dillan Pieterse (Outeniqua), 8 Sulman Pienaar Kleinhans (Oakdale), 7 Robin West (Oudtshoorn), 6 Jean Cor Lourens (Oakdale), 5 Sylvester Hassien (Outeniqua), 4 Nicolai Weber (Oakdale), 3 Daniel van der Berg (Oakdale), 2 Jay Cee Nel (Oakdale),1 Sibusiso Vilani (York High), 16 Dian Bleuler (Oakdale), 17 Dawid Meiring (Outeniqua), 18 Liam du Toit (Oakdale), 19 Emilio Otto (Outeniqua), 20 Darryn Fortuin (Outeniqia), 21 Curtley Scheepers (PW Botha), 22 Ruben Coetzee (Outeniqua), 23 James Henry Mollentze (Outeniqua).

    Falcons: 15 Reinhardt Venter (Dr EG Jansen), 14 Leshley October (Dr EG Jansen), 13 Dylan Schwartz (Dr EG Jansen), 12 Patriarch Mkwananzi (Voortrekker), 11 Wesley Noeth (Dr EG Jansen), 10 Franco Pienaar (Transvalia), 9 Robert Vilakazi (Sasolburg), 8 Raynardt Nel (Transvalia), 7 Thabo Ndimande (Hans Moore), 6 Johannes Swanepoel (Vereeniging Gimnasium), 5 Dwayne Fourie (Dr EG Jansen), 4 Carson Koekemoer (Dr EG Jansen), 3 Ruben Beytell (Dr EG Jansen), 2 Marcus Niyarenda (Parys), Mpho Mtsane (Transvalia), 16 Franco van Eeden (Dr EG Jansen), 17 Enrico Robbertze (Vereeniging Gimnasium), 18 David Nokhothu (Carel de Wet), 19 Morné Stander (Transvalia), 20 Eliizee Kwitonda (Voortrekker), 21 Thabang Zungu (St Dustan’s), 22 Elrigh Louw (Transvalia), 23 Thabang Mahlasi (Drie Riviere), 24 Jean-Pierre Pieterse (Transvalia).

    Western Province: 15 Muller du Plessis (Paarl Gim), 14 Angelo Davids (Stellenberg), 13 Dawid Kellerman (Paarl Gim), 12 Rufus Dercksen (Paul Roos), 11 Thaakir Abrahams (Paarl Boys’ High), 10 Quan Franklin Eymann (Brackenfell High), 9 Vusile Dlepu (SACS), 8 Francke Horn (Paarl Boys’ High), 7 Joachim Martins (Paarl Gim), 6 Vian Fourie (Paarl Boys’ High), 5 Adrian Alberts (Paarl Boys’ High), 4 Ian Kitwanga (Parklands), 3 Tristan Leitch (Paul Roos), 2 Joshua Muller (Stellenberg), 1 Hugo Pienaar (Paarl Gim), 16 Christaan Rossouw (Paarl Gim), 17 Alexander Mbete (Paul Roos), 18 Joshua du Preez (Paarl Boys’ High), 19 Janko Swanepoel (Stellenberg), 20 Sujai Ikemefuna (SACS), 21 Gerado Jaars (Paul Roos), 22 Mogamat Karriem (Leadership), 23 Duren Hoffman (Boland Landbou).

    Zimbabwe: Davin King (Falcon), Brendan Mutzikitiri (Prince Edward), Mazvitaishe Nyamarebvu (Peterhouse), Jack Charsley (Falcon), Tadiwanashe Mbuhdhu (Falcon), Tadiwa Muchemwa (Hillcrest), Prince Mupfurutsa (St George’s), Jacod Dinha (Prince Edward), Ryan Smith (St John’s), Dexter Trail (St John’s), Marcus Nichole (Peterhouse), Tapiwa Marimira (Prince Edward), Tinashe Hombiro (Prince Edward), Lameck Vheriwa (Peterhouse), Adrian Zivanai (St George’s), Dillon Brain (St John’s), Lebukgang Mokuele (Falcon), Tafadziswa Bunu (St George’s), Cody Rensburg (St George’s), Rivaldo Kwidini (Falcon), Ronald Mirimi (Peterhouse), Tabonga Ngonyamo (Peterhouse), Michael Mhute (Prince Edward).

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  77. @Grizzly: Nou dat julle en Kloof pele is, speel hulle nou in Virseker of rol jy my ‘n mielie? Ek self is mal oor Menlo en stem met hierbo, seniors moet een of ander tyd click….dink sommer @beet moet my trui aantrek asb. Hier om te bly vir so 4jaar nog.
    Sterkte Bulle in die Provinsiale weke.Ek back julle!
    @Richard Lowe: Raak vir my rustig, maar praat is praat!

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  78. @Hanswors: 3 Ruben Beytell (Dr EG Jansen), Die arme man het begin van jaar 10 gespeel, nou moet hy daar tussen die groot manne werk vir sy bal. :)

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  79. @CharlesZA: Die Valke is so deur die k&^%$&^K hulle kan nie eers n spanlys reg deurstuur nie. Sien die slot is op 15, flank op 11, senter op 5 en so aan. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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  80. Just heard the news that Sharks not interested in Aaron Brody from Queens anymore

    What a pathetic decision, one of the best enforcers in schoolboy rugby

    Him and JJ would have been the ultimate lock combination in 4 year’s time

    Shame on you Sharks

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  81. @Grizzly: Als reg…wil steeds weet wat gebeur die dag wanneer Kloof moes speel. Sal maar dophou….Garsie trui pas my nie…. 8))

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  82. @Andre T: The sharks should stick to fishing (The only thing they are good at). I am going to burst an artery again if you really study all the talent (players and coaching) that they let slip through stupid decisions

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  83. @Richard Lowe: waar val jy uit ou suur pruim.Darem lekker om sulke aannames te maak'” day dreaming”Maar bly daar is blogger wat uit die heup skiet.Gooi hom ekstra sterk en geniet hom-as jy glo jy is reg,is dit al wat tel :lol:

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  84. HTS Middelburg net 4 spelers in Puma craven week groep met net 1 speler in begin span. Die begin van n baie hartseer verhaal van hulle rugby toekoms :cry:

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  85. @Smallies: Jy is doodreg, ons seniors (1ste span) staan nie n kans, maar ons jnr’s is almal in die top 5 in SA en dit hkm ek gesê het 3 van ons 4 spanne

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  86. Ek sit nou lekker op die toilet…..hoe meet ek lees hoe lekkerder poef ek

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  87. @Richard Lowe: Suur pruim. Magtig. Het daardie spreekwoord lanklaas gehoor. Gelukkig het hy jou nie gekoejeneer nie. Ook ‘n woord in onbruik wat verkleineer beteken.

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  88. @Speartackle: Spiesie ! Ek moet sê dat Riekie Louw (Richelieu, blended in the age old French tradition) het die blog omtrent storm geloop !n Hele paar manne met kort sokkies, is vinnig spraaksaam, maar ek like dit, solank dit rugby praatjies is. Hoop darem jou hardlywigheid is nou oor.

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  89. Oom Leon….is ons braai nog aan in die Paarl?

    Onthou net om vir Dok F ook te nooi

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  90. @Hanswors:

    😮 Griquas en Griquas CD se spanne is ablei 2013 se CW en dan sal Grey College asook Vrystaat ‘n nuwe senterpaar hê. (12 Rikus, 13 Henk, 14 Janco)

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  91. @Smallies: Die wolramme is nie te versmaai ni!! Meer rugbytradisie as Menlo tans met ons 681 seuns maar ons gee net ons beste!

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  92. @Murrayfield: @Murrayfield:Hoe lyk die inname vir volgende jaar?Jy seker n busy bee op die oomblik?Hoe lyk die jnr bulle?Is hulle versprei(skole)of net n paar skole kern soos Affies en Kloof by snrs?Jaco nog die afrigter?Ek is baie uit met wat daar aan gaan.Maar sterkte,jul doen n goeie job.

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  93. @ROOIBUL: Kom ons hoop maar nie dis die geval nie.. Pumas/Platteland/Noordvaal/en SA het sterk rooies nodig..onthou CW verteenwoordiging is nie die be-all-end-all nie (As politiek nie die Pumas span gekies het nie sou tot 18 van die 23 CW spelers bestaan het uit NHS/HTS spelers).. laas jaar het jul ook heelwat minder CW spelers as NHS gehad en ons toe n goeie 26-20 rugbyles geleer die naweek na CW.. hou moed!

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  94. @Djou: @Djou: raad aan jou.As jy n HAT het,sal verder clue gee,n woordeboek,raadpleeg dit en as suurpruim=verkleineer beteken sal ek jou plegtig om verskoning vra.Anders hou op om k@k stellings te maak

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  95. Ek hoor gisteraand by kennisse uit Pretoria daar gaan spesiale engelse klasse aangebied word vanaf 1 Augustus aan alle Bul gekontrakteerde spelers. Daar heers glo groot bekommernis oor die gebrek aan verstaanbare engels onder die spelers in die lig van die aanstelling van John Mitchell. Selfs die administrateurs moet blykbaar die kursus doen. Die eerste module sal handel oor taalleer en begripstoetse om basiese begrippe soos Good Morning, How are you?, Good night en Sorry Sir onder die knie te kry

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  96. @Grizzly:Ek dink dat in 2018 di o14 groep in PTA in verskeie skole baie sterker gaan wees as vanjaar. Waterkloof, Garsfontein, Swartkop en Montana het in geklim in die 014 werwing. Affies het n reuse inname gekry van talentvolle laerskool spelers veral di bulle 013 A en B. Soos gewoonlik sal baie van hierdie skole ontken daar word beurse/ prestasie erkenning gegee word aan di seuns!! Natuurlik Monnas het n onbeperkte aantal beurse gegee met Noordheuwel wat ook gevaarlik en agressief werf vir 2018 onder laerskole. Garsies gaan baie baie sterker wees op o14 vlak vlg jaar! Dankie vir di support!!

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  97. @Speartackle: Hoop maar dit gaan goed met hom.. sal hom seker weer n keer of wat sien as ons verder vorder in Virseker. Het lekker met hom kon chat op die paviljoen so begin Maart oor goeie memories.. ons was saam in 89 class in NHS.. talentvolle kinders.. sy oudste seun se tweede Craven week..het ook die spiesgooi gewen op super-inter..fokus nou op rugby..het verskeie podium plekke op SA’s al gevat in sy junior atletiekdae..

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  98. @Speartackle: ..jy het moeilikheid alreeds met daai plasing..dalk begewe jou moed jou om om te kyk..dan wil hy weet hoekom jy hom ignore of iets :wink: . Sien Pumas het 3 uitstekende flyhalves in begin agterlyn,Bankies op 10 , Riekert op 12 , en Middelburg se Vissie op fullback.. hoop maar dit werk vir hulle..

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  99. @Laevelder: Ek sien ook daai outjie wat die ref geskouer is op die bank……is dit hy?

    Indien wel is ek bly vir sy part……refs moet wakker word…..lol

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  100. @Murrayfield: my pa is n oud wolram gewees hier in die 1940s dis n unieke skool daardie en as ons nie in my hoerskool loopbaan in Brakpan gebly het nie sou ek tien teen een ook daar skool gegaan het, ek dink menlo uet n uiters goeie o16 groep die jaar en hulle is sover die enigste span wat Grey se 0 16 span kon klop die jaar… As hulle kan step up volgende jaar gaan menlo n bul eerstespan he….

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  101. @Smallies: Hoeveel onoorwonne 0/16 spanne is nog staande?

    Ek het so bietjie tred verloor met al die Dream Teams vanjaar maar ek dink slegs HJS se 1stes nog onoorwonne

    Ek weet St Andrews Bloem het ook omtrent al die Oos Kaap spanne gewen maar weet nie of hul al verloor het

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  102. @Smallies: Daai o/16 groep van Menlo hou ek al rukkie dop. Hulle is committed en goed afgerig. Kan druk hanteer. Hulle het wel vasgeval teen Waterkloof ook die jaar maar myn insiens was dit net nie hulle dag nie maar baklei tot einde toe. Ek back hulle vir Virseker (as hulle verby Monnas weer kan kom in die semis). My vraag is, as mens kyk na die 2de spanne, is Garsfontein ook baie goed en ek dink onoorwonne. Dit kan dalk impak he vir vlg jaar se 1ste spanne ook en sal die o/17s van Menlo ook ‘n vlak moet verbeter. Ek hoop werklik Menlo step up in die senior vlakke vlg jaar sodat dit net nog ‘n Noordvaal span is wat kan kompeteer naweek in en naweek uit, teen die kusstreke se skole en Grey. Kan net goed wees vir SBR. Hoop Menlo kry weer kans by Wildeklawer ook vlg jaar.

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  103. @Dinkskrum: as noordvaal hulle poletiek kan uit sort dink ek hulle kan die weskaap n helse go gee, demografies gesproke is hulle veronderstel om die land se skole rugby te domineer….

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  104. @odie15: Odi ! Dit is nie n eksklusiewe braai nie. Al wat amptelik genooi word is die 1ste en Seccies spanne (die spelers gaan meestal gewoonlik n bietjie kuier by jongmens plekke in die dorp) en hul ouers, hul coaches en die skoolhoof. Die coaches en hoof is gewoonlik net so n kort tydjie daar, voordat hulle na hul eie funksie toe gaan. Verder is dit oop vir enige iemand, selfs Gimmies ! Almal moet egter hul eie dop en tjop, asook n sakkie hout saambring.Enige iemand wat n musiek instrument speel, is welkom om tot die vermaak by te dra. Die dag se rugby en die res van die week se bedrywighede (en kapperjolle) is gewoonlik groot besprekings punte. Lekker man !

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  105. @knowthegame: Dis seker maar moeilik as mens nie kan lees nie/wil lees nie.
    Sal maar herhaal – die betekenis van wat daar staan is “nie verkleineer nie” en jy lees “verkleineer”.
    Jy hardlywig of blind?

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  106. @Smallies: Gim, Landbou, Wynberg, Bishops, Rondebosch, Garsies, Klerksdorp, Monnas, EG, HTSM. Weet nou nie of hulle almal as bul skole gesien word nie, maar om onoorwonne te bly teen daai klomp sal ons elke dag vat. Hoop die manne kan bly groei en ontwikkel na volgende jaar en 2019.

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  107. @CharlesZA: Sal bly wees as die groepie jonkmanne teen Paul Roos kan uitdraf volgende jaar en/of 2019. Sal n goeie wedstryd wees.

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  108. @Carl de Kock: Sal maar moet sien wat die unie vir ons gee, kan mos net 3 kies. Tensy PRG vir ons kies. Ons 3 is gewoonlik Landbou, Outeniqua en Durbanville. Lekker rivalry teen Landbou, al wil Ploegie nie die game kom kyk :), groot dag teen Outeniqua waar alle sporte speel en Durbies is natuurlik ons interskole.

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  109. @CharlesZA: Mens wil graag krag teen krag sien, en soos Spies tereg gese het…almal wil bul spanne teen mekaar sien speel.

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  110. @BoishaaiPa: Jip ! Die braai is die Saterdag aand na Faure straat. Flippie ken ook vir Spiesie, en ek weet hy gaan altyd die Vrydag oggend skool toe, en daarna die aand na die Big brag. . Hy het saam met ons een keer by Wildeklawer op die Ruggas program uitgesaai.Jy bring mos jou kitaar braai toe, of hoe ?

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  111. @Kattes-Strofes: Sal by Flip kyk of ons iets vir hulle kan reel by die OB Brag Vrydagaand…al loer hulle net daar in. Anders braai ons daar by William Clift se bar Vrydagaand…Ek sal my kitaar bring maar ek is duur!.. :mrgreen:

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  112. @BoishaaiPa: @Kattes-Strofes: Ons vlieg eers vroeg Vrydagoggend in……watse klere moet mens aantrek na die Brag? Hoop nie dis formeel want ek besit nie n das…….dalk moet ons net daar inloer as ons informeel kan gaan en dan lekker erens kuier……ek is net bekommerd oor Wilson, hy het nie brieke

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  113. @Laevelder: @Speartackle: Nee julle daai stouter wat die ref geskouer het is glad nie in die groep nie. Dis die kaptein van die span wat raggas verkeerdeliks en baie onregverdig uitgewys het en sommer op die naam genoem het ook, gaan lees asb die berig weer wa ruggas hom omverkoning gevra het!!!
    :twisted: :-x

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  114. @ROOIBUL: ja ek het die naam herken wat daar genoem is maar het nooit die regstelling gesien….dis mos eintlik n Affies en Helpmekaar forum daai so ek lees nie so gereeld daar

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  115. @RnR: Baie geluk met Centurion se wen van die Assupol Spar beker. Ek moet sê, van al die spanne daar kon ek Saterdag al sien dat hulle die span gaan wees om te wen. Hulle het baie goei rugby gespeel. Lekker om te sien.

    Ek het gisteraand lekker saam my seun gelag vir die bater tussen ‘n paar QBR en Centurion ouers daar tussen die B en C velde. Lyk my julle 2 klubs het nie baie ooghare vir mekaar nie :lol:

    Bietjie van die punt af, ek is jammer dat al die seuns nie aangaan met rugby na skool nie. Van wat ek die afgelope 3 dae gesien het, is daar baie talent by ons jong spelers (in ag genome dat alle provinsiale spelers nie daar is nie). Gister het Centurion se 2,8, 10 en 13 baie goed gespeel. Naka se 7 is woelig, die ou kan dalk ‘n goeie haker word later. TUT se 7,8 en 10 lyk ook lus om rugby te speel.

    Nou weer terug na skoolkompetisies!

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  116. @RnR: Baie geluk met Centurion se wen van die Assupol Spar beker. Ek moet sê, van al die spanne daar kon ek Saterdag al sien dat hulle die span gaan wees om te wen. Hulle het baie goeie rugby gespeel. Lekker om te sien.

    Ek het gisteraand lekker saam my seun gelag vir die banter tussen ‘n paar QBR en Centurion ouers daar tussen die B en C velde. Lyk my julle 2 klubs het nie baie ooghare vir mekaar nie :lol:

    Bietjie van die punt af, ek is jammer dat al die seuns nie aangaan met rugby na skool nie. Van wat ek die afgelope 3 dae gesien het, is daar baie talent by ons jong spelers (in ag genome dat alle provinsiale spelers nie daar is nie). Gister het Centurion se 2,8, 10 en 13 baie goed gespeel. Naka se 7 is woelig, die ou kan dalk ‘n goeie haker word later. TUT se 7,8 en 10 lyk ook lus om rugby te speel.

    Nou weer terug na skoolkompetisies!

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  117. @oppimoot: Het al sat gesien daai span is wild.Hou baie van cent se 10,weet jy wat se skool is hy.Vir n unie wat baie houe vat die afgelope tyd,moet ek se dat hierdie n great initiative is.As ek n scout was en ek het 2 of 3 spelers gesoek,sou ek nie verder as die kompetisie gesoek het nie.Geluk aan almal betrokke,die ding groei jaarliks en ek skat ons sal binnekort n naam sien deurkom wat deur die net geglip het.

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  118. @Grizzly: Die 10 is van Zwartkop, die Centurion span bestaan hoofsaaklik uit seuns van Hskool Eldoraigne, Centurion en Zwartkop.
    Omtrent 10 van die seuns was nog betrokke by die Blou Bulle se laaste proefwedstryd stadium. Ek is baie bly dat die BBRU nog n kans gee vir die seuns in al die spanne te gee om raak gesien te word, daar was wel scouts gewees.

    @oppimoot: Baie dankie! Naka het self goeie rugby gespeel op tye, julle het n yster op nr2, dink die seun kom van Oos Moot af? Ek weet nie van gisteraand se banter nie maar was wel bewus van Maandagaand se banter met die man met die Kamera.

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  119. @RnR: Die seun kom van Oos Moot af ja. Oos Moot en Zwartkops speel die laaste Saterdag van die vakansie (22/7) n vriendskaplike wedstryd as voorbereiding vir die virseker beker. Dit gaan baie taai wees as ek moet gaan op wat ek die week gesien het.

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  120. @Djou: is jy n dokter?jy klink soos n “eye” specialist wat ook dalk n proktoloog kan wees,maar ek dink jy is laas genoemde. En my bronne se die beste

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