Grey College & Free State -Griquas rugby fixtures 2013

As usual Grey College set the standard when it comes to playing against the very best that South African schoolboy rugby has to offer.


Grey College will have a far better run-up to their televised season ending derby against Paul Roos Gymnasium in 2023. Although there is nothing planned for first weekend of the third term in 2023, two competitive interschools weekends in succession thereafter will be a huge improvement on what transpired in 2022, when the interschools against Grey High School was followed by a 21-day inactive gap ahead of Paul Roos finale.

1 Sat.02Mar Voortrekker (Beth) 46 5 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Hentie Cilliers 50 24 Won Home
3 Sat.09Mar AHS Kroonstad 73 14 Won Home
4 Sat.16Mar Duineveld 52 13 Won Away
5 Thu.28Mar Boland Landbou 50 13 Won Kearsney Easter Rugby Fest
6 Sat.30Mar Framesby 36 9 Won Kearsney Easter Rugby Fest
7 Mon.01Apr Outeniqua 20 22 Lost Kearsney Easter Rugby Fest
8 Sat.13Apr Jim Fouche 62 10 Won Home
9 Sat.20Apr Louis Botha 43 0 Won Home
10 Sat.27Apr Selborne 41 5 Won Away
11 Thu.02May Oakdale 42 20 Won Wildeklawer
12 Sat.04May Monument 13 8 Won Wildeklawer
13 Sat.11May Affies 31 37 Lost Home
14 Sat.18May Sentraal 57 5 Won Away
15 Sat.25May HJS Paarl BH 35 28 Won Home
16 Sat.20Jul Pretoria BH 13 3 Won Away
17 Sat.27Jul Grey HS 51 21 Won Home
18 Sat.10Aug Glenwood 68 7 Won Home
19 Sat.10Aug Paul Roos 40 8 Won Away
1 Sat.02Mar Louis Botha 7 32 Lost Away
2 Sat.16Mar Noord-Kaap 0 38 Lost Home
3 Sat.13Apr Hentie Cilliers 22 31 Lost Away
4 Sat.25May Voortrekker (Beth) 20 22 Lost Home
1 Sat.02Mar Grey College 5 46 Lost Away
2 Sat.16Mar Jim Fouche 45 17 Won Home
3 Thu.28Mar Hugenote 5 14 Lost Away
4 Sat.30Mar Vereeniging Gim 19 10 Won Home
5 Mon.01Apr Pietersburg 5 8 Lost Away
6 Sat.27Apr Hentie Cilliers 27 21 Won Home
7 Sat.18May Kroonstad 68 13 Won Home
8 Sat.25May Welkom Gim 22 20 Won Away
9 Sat.01Jun AHS Kroonstad 28 21 Won Home
10 Fri.23Aug Noord-Kaap 23 38 Lost Away
1 Sat.02Mar Duineveld 26 19 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Sentraal 18 29 Lost Away
3 Sat.16Mar Affies 7 32 Lost Home
4 Sat.30Mar Oakdale 0 19 Lost Away
5 Mon.01Apr Augsburg 19 19 Drew Home
6 Wed.03Apr Strand 26 3 Won Home
7 Sat.20Apr Noord-Kaap 19 27 Lost Away
8 Thu.02May Grey HS 10 51 Lost Wildeklawer
9 Sat.04May EG Jansen 0 64 Lost Wildeklawer
10 Sat.25May Marlow 5 58 Lost Away
11 Sat.20Jul Jeppe 19 36 Lost Away
12 Sat.10Aug Nico Malan 17 17 Drew Away
1 Sat.02Mar Hentie Cilliers 24 10 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Marlow 10 12 Lost Home
3 Sat.16Mar Welkom Gim 38 0 Won Away
4 Thu.21Mar Florida 38 15 Won Pukke Skouspel
5 Sat.23Mar Framesby 46 21 Won Pukke Skouspel
6 Mon.25Mar Klerksdorp 38 15 Won Home
7 Sat.30Mar Jeppe 24 16 Won Maritzburg College 150
8 Mon.01Apr Maritzburg College 24 24 Drew Maritzburg College 150
9 Wed.03Apr Monument 3 21 Lost Away
10 Sat.20Apr Diamantveld 27 19 Won Home
11 Thu.02May EG Jansen 12 36 Lost Wildeklawer
12 Sat.04May Boland Landbou 16 20 Lost Wildeklawer
13 Sat.11May Waterkloof 34 30 Won Home
14 Sat.10Aug Outeniqua 23 36 Lost Away
15 Fri.23Aug Voortrekker (Beth) 38 23 Won Home
16 Fri.30Aug Louis Botha 17 15 Won Home
1 Sat.09Mar Sentraal 17 38 Lost Away
1 Sat.02Mar Marlow 20 15 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Grey College 14 73 Lost Away
3 Sat.09Mar Klerksdorp 55 3 Won Home
4 Sat.01Jun Voortrekker (Beth) 21 28 Lost Away
1 Sat.02Mar Fichardtpark 24 23 Won Away
1 Sat.02Mar Noord-Kaap 10 24 Lost Away
2 Sat.09Mar Grey College 24 50 Lost Away
3 Sat.16Mar Zastron 37 24 Won Home
4 Thu.28Mar Eldoraigne 20 22 Lost KES Rugby Festival
5 Sat.30Mar Menlopark 24 51 Lost KES Rugby Festival
6 Mon.01Apr Golden Lions Inv 77 0 Won KES Rugby Festival
7 Sat.13Apr Welkom Gim 31 22 Won Home
8 Sat.27Apr Voortrekker (Beth) 21 27 Lost Away
9 Fri.23Aug Louis Botha 21 29 Lost Away
1 Sat.02Mar Witteberg 23 24 Lost Home
1 Sat.02Mar Klerksdorp 27 21 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Duineveld 33 19 Won Home
3 Sat.16Mar Voortrekker (Beth) 17 45 Lost Away
4 Thu.28Mar Tygerberg 7 35 Lost Away
5 Sat.30Mar Die Anker 17 7 Won Home
6 Mon.01Apr Kempton Park 30 20 Won Away
7 Sat.13Apr Grey College 10 62 Lost Away
8 Sat.04May Marlow 21 22 Lost Home
9 Sat.17Aug Louis Botha 18 30 Lost Away
1 Sat.09Mar Goudveld 38 17 Won Home
2 Sat.09Mar Diamantveld 29 18 Won Home
3 Thu.28Mar Pietersburg 36 8 Won Home
4 Sat.30Mar Strand 10 15 Lost Away
5 Mon.01Apr Durbanville 43 15 Won Home
6 Sat.13Apr Waterkloof 20 25 Lost Away
7 Sat.18May Grey College 5 57 Lost Home
1 Sat.02Mar Diamantveld 19 26 Lost Away
2 Sat.09Mar Jim Fouche 19 33 Lost Away
3 Sat.16Mar Grey College 13 52 Lost Home
1 Thu.28Mar Montagu 6 10 Lost Away
2 Mon.01Apr Bellville 24 22 Won Home

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  1. avatar
    #65 Grey College team for 2013 | SchoolBoyRugby

    […] Grey College starts against Voortrekker before playing against the Harmony Sports Academy on 09 March and Kroonstad (Red School) on 12 March. The complete list of Grey College fixtures for 2013 can be found here: […]

    26 February, 2013 at 10:20
  2. avatar
    #64 rugbyfan

    @Andre T: Hope you dont wear it mate

    9 January, 2013 at 07:16
  3. avatar
    #63 Andre T

    @BOG: I still have Mighty Mouse McLachlan’s jock-strap he gave me after the Olen Park game.

    3 December, 2012 at 09:19
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    #62 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: @BOG: @BOG: Yes and Gerrie Sonnekus ended up playing 9…I could not follow them around the country cause I was only 9 at the time…but that team sparked something in me


    1 December, 2012 at 01:54
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    #61 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: Oh yes, the Springboks were in so much disarray,that only two, Hannes Marais and Chris Pope, who played with me for Defense U20 in Pretoria, were the only players to play in all 4 tests. To this day, despite a failing memory, I can still name the side from Fran Cotton at 1 to JPR at 15.

    30 November, 2012 at 17:04
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    #60 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: I was there- Boet Erasmus, for the Second Test.Not as n laaitie, but as a student, take note. After loosing the 1st test,at Newlands (was there too) 12-3 I think. the selectors were going for the “enforcers”, the tough guys. They included “one-eye” de Bruin from the FS for this job, but during the match, when he wanted to “enforce”, JPR retaliated and chased him all the way from the Lions 25 to that of the Boks. A great side indeed and I was like a groupie- we followed them around and I watched about 6 of their matches, including Boland(Wellington), Southern Universities(where I was one of the “fris matie seuns”, according to Gerhard Viviers, to invade the pitch when Ikey students wanted to demonstrate)I broke an Ikey jaw, yet strangely, I was liberal then. Then on to Ellis Park for the Barbarian match, where a young FH, named Peter Kirsten, nearly won the match, had it not been for that “great” product from EP, the ref, Jimmy Smith Belton. If you got signatures, you may have seen the size of Roger Uttleys hands- he captained the team against Boland.

    30 November, 2012 at 16:59
  7. avatar
    #59 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: Yes, those Welsh players were all part of that 1974 Lions tour.I also have a fond memory of that test at Boet Erasmus in 1974..I was standing underneath the pavilion waiting for the Lions to come back up the tunnel after they stood watching the curtain raiser from the sidelines. The Lions manager (or some official) handed me a togbag to take out to Phil Bennet…I was in 7th heaven and got all my favorite players signatures!

    30 November, 2012 at 13:04
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    #58 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: I had forgotten that ref, Max Baise. It reminds me of the Welsh folk singer, Max Boyce(I think), who was a fanatical supporter of Wales, when all their greats played- Mervyn Davies, Gareth Edwards, Phil Bennet, JPR Williams, ect ect.

    30 November, 2012 at 11:14
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    #57 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: They had to give the OVS something else you guys might go into a depro..I thought that Ref of the Year prize was somewhat laugable seeing that the likes of Craig Joubert had plenty better games and more high profile games while Vd Merwe cant even ref a SBR game properly!

    30 November, 2012 at 08:17
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    #56 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: I seem to be the “missing link” WP did well while I was a supporter, and as a student, it gave us many good reasons to celebrate. Not that I would not have found others— I asked, who was the referee of THIS year- a FREE Stater, the source of honest referees.

    30 November, 2012 at 05:45
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    #55 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: Referee was Max Baise..If you remember correctly..1976 was also the year OVS won their first ever CC with most of those players…took them another 29 years to do it again…and then you guys mock the WP for a mere 11 dry years!

    29 November, 2012 at 21:05
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    #54 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: Who was the referee of the year? Was that a FS invitational that you listed here?

    29 November, 2012 at 20:23
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    #53 BoishaaiPa

    @beet: Gazelle’s was also known as Junior Springboks in those days. In 1976 they played a game against the touring All Blacks at Boet Erasmus..I was 11 years old and ball boy at that game.

    The 1976 Team of which 10 became full springboks.

    15 “Doc” Louw (Natal)
    14 Cheeky Watson (EP)
    13 Christo Wagenaar (NTVL)
    12 Dirk Froneman (OVS)
    11 Hermanus Potgieter (OVS)
    10 De Wet Ras (OVS)
    9 Barry Wolmerans (OVS)
    8 Nick Mallet (WP)
    7 Eben Jansen (OVS)
    6 Corrie Pypers (TVL)
    5 Hennie Bekker (WP)
    4 Theuns Stofberg (OVS)
    3 Noel van Rensburg (OVS)
    2 Wouter Hugo (OVS)
    1 Okkie Oosthuizen (Tvl)

    29 November, 2012 at 20:07
  14. avatar
    #52 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: QI is but a puppy compared to some I have witnessed in the Hinterland the last 7 years!…At least he is consistantly bad to both sides!..

    29 November, 2012 at 19:49
  15. avatar
    #51 beet

    @Gungets Tuft: What are you saying 150% bursaries + future name rights going forward :mrgreen:

    29 November, 2012 at 16:54
  16. avatar
    #50 Gungets Tuft

    @beet: Who is to say that the one high school will not buy the credit .. {snigger}

    29 November, 2012 at 16:51
  17. avatar
    #49 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: Have you in the Cape, enlarged your stockpile of WOMDs yet to let loose on the opponents? I know that they struggled a bit because they insisted on finding more who are at least as fearsome as Quinton Immelman. Knowing the Cape from way back, I would have thought that there should be large numbers in his category.

    29 November, 2012 at 16:46
  18. avatar
    #48 beet

    @BoishaaiPa: I agree. I think they should reintroduce the Gazelle blazer and award it to any Bok tour player that has not played for the Springboks. Schools can then say they have X no. of Boks and Y no. of Gazelles if they please.

    I know the Gazelles were a team that actually played games once upon a time but they were unique in that Gazelles were players who had never represented the Boks. Obviously some went onto play for the Boks later. I think Carel du Plessis was a Gazelle before becoming a Bok.

    29 November, 2012 at 16:43
  19. avatar
    #47 BoishaaiPa

    @beet: As far as I know, Cabous did not play for PRG 1st team..He matriculated at Jan v Riebeeck and played for their 1st team…But most important fact is..he did not play a TEST…so he cant be a Bok!

    29 November, 2012 at 15:53
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    #46 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: With the Bloem refs in a 50/50 game I can believe that yes…one team has to be significantly better to even get a draw there!..But we will see how 2013 unfolds..I am happy with the last 2 years results in any case!

    29 November, 2012 at 15:51
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    #45 beet

    @BOG: If they represented the GCB first team while they are students at the school, then yes.

    Possibly a better idea is to force a player to choose a school. Say he believes that in his 5-6 years of high schooling, this is the institution that played the most important role in shaping him as a sportsman. Then give credit to that school only.

    29 November, 2012 at 15:03
  22. avatar
    #44 BOG

    @beet: So, what you are saying is that Grey can claim BJ Botha and Allan Donald as their own.After all, apart from Grey Primary, AD honed hiss skills in Hansie Cronjes back yard- an extension of Grey. Or where do you draw the line?

    29 November, 2012 at 13:43
  23. avatar
    #43 beet

    @BOG: When Oliver Kebble got called up to the BBok u20 team, on twitter it came across as if he was a Bishop’s boy which was not the case.

    Even if you don’t matriculate at a school, if you made a name for yourself in their first team, surely that should be taken into account. Is that not what happened with Cabous and PRG?

    29 November, 2012 at 12:16
  24. avatar
    #42 BOG

    @BoishaaiPa: If PRG can claim Cabous, then I suppose GCB can claim BJ Botha who was there in Primary School. Problem is that DHS might have something to say about that and I would not blame them. And as far as I know, the Goose kicked 2 over from 67 mtrs, or one was just a teeny bit shorter.Thankfully, a team consists of 15-22 (then) players. I can understand that you attach a great deal to the fact that you have not lost to Grey in two seasons- for you its an historic period. Enjoy it, but things should be returning to normal again next year and should continue for the next ten!

    29 November, 2012 at 11:24
  25. avatar
    #41 BoishaaiPa

    @Grasshopper: Nope..Paul Roos got “Goosed” that day..41-29…think Goosen scored something like 26 points on his own…including the now famous 67m penalty!

    29 November, 2012 at 09:21
  26. avatar
    #40 Andre T

    @Grasshopper: THat game was also right in the middle of that 1000 day unbeaten stretch. I think that could have been day 511 of that run.

    29 November, 2012 at 07:53
  27. avatar
    #39 Andre T

    @Grasshopper: Nope, Grey beat them something like 60-39. That was the day Goosen was kicking them over from his own 22 and the day Kitshoff was taught a scrumming lesson.

    29 November, 2012 at 07:51
  28. avatar
    #38 Grasshopper

    @Boishaaipa, didn’t Paul Roos beat Grey Bloem in 2010?

    29 November, 2012 at 07:48
  29. avatar
    #37 Andre T

    @BoishaaiPa: Ek het geweet jy sal begin storietjies uitdink om my weer te dodge.

    You can run……..but there’s nowhere to hide.

    29 November, 2012 at 07:47
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    #36 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: Lots of uncertainty about the exact criteria for claiming Boks by schools…For me it is simple..Two questions….Did the player matriculate at the school and did he play in a test? ..That has always been the measurement until SARU started calling “touring” players Boks. Case in point, PRG claims Cabous vd Westhuizen as one of their 50, but he never matriculated there and never played in a Test match. So you be the judge!

    29 November, 2012 at 07:26
  31. avatar
    #35 BoishaaiPa

    @BOG: Seems you have a short the school who Grey havnt beaten in 2 years…Might be 3 come 2013!

    29 November, 2012 at 07:18
  32. avatar
    #34 HORSEFLY NO.1

    You can check on Rugby 15 website, they will show you a list of like 150 schools and Boks produced .

    28 November, 2012 at 18:45
  33. avatar
    #33 BOG

    Not only since “re-admission” (Unlike cricket and other codes, I dont think they were ever expelled), but since WW II. As I said most of Paul Roos Springboks were from a time when almost only WP played rugby. I dont think that PR has produced 50. I actually thought Grey caught up and in the last year or so, may have passed PRG. I think that this happened when Coenie Oosthuizen went on tour but played for the Barbarians, but not for the Boks.That has since changed, as you know. But if you take the number of caps/games, that is when you see a huge difference, with GCB in the region of 400+ and the school lying second, more than a 100 less. BoishaaiPa should have the exact stats, but you wont get a response from him now. This time of the day he works on the growth of his ears for which he uses Red Heart.

    28 November, 2012 at 18:37
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    #32 HORSEFLY NO.1

    Overall Paul Roos has 50 with Grey havin 41 . But Grey is ahead since readmission

    28 November, 2012 at 18:12
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    #31 BOG

    @HORSEFLY NO.1: In BJ Bothas case, I think his parents may have had a signifcant role in his move to Durban. Otherwise DHS may have upped his six digit salary at Grey Primary. In Allan Donald s case, his English was not up to standard(Thats what he said in his book, “White Lightening”) I know that Paul Roos was ahead as far as total is concerned, thanks mainly to the early 1900s, but the latter part of your claim, is very incorrect, I think. Even overall, I think that GCB, has now passed them.

    28 November, 2012 at 17:36
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    #30 HORSEFLY NO.1

    Also, seems Grey is still 9 springboks behind Paul Roos overall and ahead since readmission

    28 November, 2012 at 17:13
  37. avatar
    #29 HORSEFLY NO.1

    BJ Botha went to Grey College primary school. wonder what made him move down to KZN?

    28 November, 2012 at 17:12
  38. avatar
    #28 Gungets Tuft

    @Andre T: And so is Riaan Swanepoel.

    28 November, 2012 at 16:55
  39. avatar
    #27 Gungets Tuft

    @Andre T: Malcolm Mitchell is a College boy.

    28 November, 2012 at 16:51
  40. avatar
    #26 BOG

    @star: @Ploegskaar: @Andre T: @BoishaaiPa: And what the red devil does boys gholf and girls tennis have to do with GCBs rugby program next year? Are you already getting cold feet for what is coming? It seems the common thing to do these days. If something is unpalatable,avoid it or ignore it.

    28 November, 2012 at 16:46
  41. avatar
    #25 Ploegskaar

    @Andre T: Lyk nie so nie ou maat.

    28 November, 2012 at 16:14
  42. avatar
    #24 Ploegskaar

    @BoishaaiPa: Klein wêreld!

    28 November, 2012 at 16:11
  43. avatar
    #23 star

    @ Andre T-that is not what the Wes Rand poppies say.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:40
  44. avatar
    #22 BoishaaiPa

    @Andre T: Ek gaan defnitief nie heeltyd by die golfbaan rondhang as jy dink dit is my plan nie..ek het werk om te doen voordat ek 14 Des klaarmaak.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:34
  45. avatar
    #21 BoishaaiPa

    @Ploegskaar: Yes, then it is Nelis’s daughter..I remember her name now..she is same age as my daughter as well and they played netball against each other…Nelis was my SOT at school…His brother is also a mate of mine.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:31
  46. avatar
    #20 Ploegskaar

    @BoishaaiPa: Not sure, don’t know the parents, but she was at Gene Louw Primary with my oldest, and even then she did not have her equal. She was/is also a very good shot-put athlete if memory serves me right, definitely a special golf talent, so have always watched her progress.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:19
  47. avatar
    #19 Andre T

    @BoishaaiPa: Ek kry so feeling jy gaan my duck en dive van volgende Vrydag af.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:17
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    #18 BoishaaiPa

    @Ploegskaar: Is that Nelis Therons daughter?..

    28 November, 2012 at 15:13
  49. avatar
    #17 Andre T

    @star: Pity you have no swing or rhythm.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:11
  50. avatar
    #16 Andre T

    @Ploegskaar: Only boys ou Ploegskaar. Are you going to be there or not now?

    28 November, 2012 at 15:10
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    #15 Ploegskaar

    @Andre T: Are the girls playing at the juniors down here in Paarl as well? If so, keep an eye out for Bianca Theron from Stellenberg (grade 10 this year), think she won the SA Girls in Orkney last year.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:08
  52. avatar
    #14 star

    @ Andre T- Ben Botha is also a Westville boy and I thnk is ranked no2 in KZN after Clayton.Westville set to dominate not just in swiming :lol: Also my other school Hilton seem to have great depth.

    28 November, 2012 at 15:06
  53. avatar
    #13 Andre T

    @star: Yes I know him – Clayton Mansfield. I also know 2 very good Maritzburg players, Malcolm Mitchell and Rian Swanepoel. Keaton Bottriel from Hilton and other very promising players like Ben Botha, Andrew Plint, Siyanda Mwandla, Gregory McKay. I don’t know their schools.

    28 November, 2012 at 14:52
  54. avatar
    #12 star

    @ Andre T- I think I must apologise but it was a legitimate excuse. Die ROOI wyn was baie mooi by die plaas.Do you perhaps know a youngster Mansfield who has been playing solid golf for Westville and KZN?His uncle Mark played tennis with Deppe and Edmunds.

    28 November, 2012 at 14:32
  55. avatar
    #11 BOG

    @Andre T: They should be at your front door around 10 o Clock every Sunday morning.@BOG: Im a bit late, but I notice that the Fixtures for Wildeklawer have not yet been included.

    28 November, 2012 at 14:23
  56. avatar
    #10 BOG

    Also keep in mind that in normal seasons, which means most, they also play CW and SA schools matches.@beet: You are taking a big risk to ask AT to send you some grass. It may just arrive in a plastic bank packet, with a policeman close behind(Perhaps the latter is wishful thinking- they will deliver it)

    28 November, 2012 at 13:40
  57. avatar
    #9 Andre T

    @BoishaaiPa: Who and where are those witnesses?

    28 November, 2012 at 10:17
  58. avatar
    #8 BoishaaiPa

    @Andre T: Unfortunatly I have plenty of witnesses who will testify to the fact that we invited you telephonically, spoke personally to you in Paarl and in Bloem, but still you only promised and never pitched!…

    28 November, 2012 at 10:05
  59. avatar
    #7 beet

    @Andre T: send some close ups of the grass.

    28 November, 2012 at 10:00
  60. avatar
    #6 Andre T

    @GreenBlooded: I think its absolutely wonderful for these 2 schools to engage in an annual fixture and with Sean Erasmus almost joining Monnas shows that ties and relationships are good between these two underperforming giants. As for the beers I’ll be there and Star dodged me 2 years ago when I was in Durbs with some story of going to a farm to one of his 169 cousins. Boishaaipa has dodged me badly in the past and we’ll see from the 7th of December if he’ll be in Paarl at the golf. I have been at Sun City since Sunday for the golf. I’m involved in organising the marshalls for the tournament this week and every year on the Tuesday I arrange for promising junior players to spend the practise round with the players on the driving range and during their rounds. If Beet approves I can actually post some very nice pics.

    28 November, 2012 at 09:11
  61. avatar
    #5 BoishaaiPa

    @star: He is famous for that…he dodged us in Paarl as well..

    28 November, 2012 at 08:43
  62. avatar
    #4 Green Hopper

    i think they will be number 1 again this year, cream always rises

    28 November, 2012 at 08:28
  63. avatar
    #3 star

    @ Greenblooded- These Wes Rand boys are talk.I am sure T has also let me down on the odd occasion.

    28 November, 2012 at 08:27
  64. avatar
    #2 GreenBlooded

    @Andre T: Welcome back boet – where have you been?

    What do you think of Monnas being given the honour of taking on the mighty Green Machine on their Old Boys day in 2013? Hope you will be staying in Sheppie at that time and can make it to the game. We can have a couple of beers afterwards – I seem to recall you didn’t front up for our beer call this year?

    28 November, 2012 at 08:10
  65. avatar
    #1 Andre T

    Dis mos nou hoe bepalings moet lyk. n Lekker losmakertjie en dan tackle jy die groot kanonne een vir een, Saterdag na Saterdag. Aangesien ek nou veel nader aan Orkney en Bloem is, kan ek seker maar meer naweke gaan rugby kyk.

    28 November, 2012 at 07:29

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