Eastern Cape inhouse rankings 2018

Using a simple ranking formula that assigns 4 for a win, 2 for a draw and 1 bonus point to the winning team if the score margin was greater than 10 points, otherwise that bonus point goes to the losing team, here is a table of the top Eastern Cape schools for matches played against each other.

# CUP P W D L PF PA PD MP WBP LBP Pts Avg
1 Selborne 10 10 0 0 532 106 426 40 9 0 49 4.90
2 Grey HS 6 5 0 1 244 104 140 20 4 1 25 4.17
3 Marlow 9 7 0 2 284 177 107 28 4 1 33 3.67
4 Framesby 8 6 0 2 205 127 78 24 4 1 29 3.63
5 Brandwag 6 4 0 2 190 111 79 16 4 1 21 3.50
6 St Andrew’s 11 8 0 3 289 200 89 32 4 1 37 3.36
7 Dale 13 9 0 4 341 243 98 36 6 1 43 3.31
8 Kingswood 8 5 0 3 266 139 127 20 3 2 25 3.13
9 Graeme 9 6 0 3 173 206 -33 24 2 0 26 2.89
10 Hudson Park 11 6 0 5 254 235 19 24 4 2 30 2.73
11 Nico Malan 7 3 0 4 222 146 76 12 3 3 18 2.57
12 Pearson 8 3 0 5 157 191 -34 12 3 2 17 2.13
13 Queen’s 12 3 0 9 292 432 -140 12 3 3 18 1.50
14 Daniel Pienaar 8 2 0 6 106 281 -175 8 1 0 9 1.13
15 Cambridge 7 1 0 6 131 250 -119 4 1 2 7 1.00
16 Stirling 10 0 0 10 140 336 -196 0 0 2 2 0.20
17 Grens 8 0 0 8 87 361 -274 0 0 1 1 0.13
18 Muir 5 0 0 5 34 302 -268 0 0 0 0 0.00

6 Comments

  1. @Smallies: Arguably the most interesting EC season in recent history. Selborne in a league of their, but really not much that seperates 2-11.Great to see some competitive SBR in the region!!!

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  2. @Smallies: I could not believe what I was watching. I didnt dream Dale could pull it off. As far as I was concerned, it was just a matter of “by how much SAC would win”.

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  3. @Smallies: Strong as Marlow is, I did not expect them to beat SAC.

    I see Selborne could be losing Phiwe Nomlomo to an unconfirmed Super Rugby Union – this would be great news for Dale and Queen’s if it happens :mrgreen:

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