School Rugby fixtures & results – week ending 27 April 2019

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DATE SCHOOL SCHOOL INFO BROADCAST
Mon.22Apr Noord-Kaap 24 21 EG Jansen Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr HTS Middelburg 32 27 Pretoria BH Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr Selborne 20 17 Framesby Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr DHS 19 27 Drostdy Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr Glenwood 38 07 Transvalia Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr Kearsney 08 21 Welkom Gim Kearsney ERF
Mon.22Apr KES XV X X Nico Malan KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr Dale X X Marais Viljoen KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr Ben Vorster X X Hentie Cilliers KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr Eldoraigne X X Florida KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr Jeppe X X Waterkloof KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr KES X X Westville KES Festival Cancelled – waterlogged field
Mon.22Apr Graeme 07 15 Daniel Pienaar St John’s ERF
Mon.22Apr HJS Paarl BH 40 00 Nelspruit St John’s ERF
Mon.22Apr St John’s X X NSW CHS St John’s ERF
Mon.22Apr St Stithians 2nd/3rd XV X X King David St Stithians Rugby Fest
Mon.22Apr Kingswood 31 00 Trinityhouse St Stithians Rugby Fest
Mon.22Apr Rondebosch 38 05 Northcliff St Stithians Rugby Fest
Mon.22Apr SACS 34 14 Prince Edward (Zim) St Stithians Rugby Fest
Mon.22Apr St Andrew’s 68 05 Parktown St Stithians Rugby Fest
Mon.22Apr St Stithians 20 22 Michaelhouse St Stithians Rugby Fest
Tue.23Apr TBA TBA
Tue.23Apr Schoonspruit 38 19 Swartland
Sat.27Apr Noordheuwel 31 26 Middelburg NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 1-4
Sat.27Apr Jeugland 07 16 Wesvalia NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 1-4
Sat.27Apr Potch Gim 00 41 Lichtenburg NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 5-8
Sat.27Apr Heidelburg VS Potch Volkskool NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 5-8
Sat.27Apr Marais Viljoen 55 39 Die Anker NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 9-12
Sat.27Apr Hugenote (Springs) 23 33 Montana NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 9-12
Sat.27Apr Oosterlig Randburg NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 13-16
Sat.27Apr HTS Witbank 10 47 Zwartkop NWU-Pukke Prestige SF 13-16
Sat.27Apr Pietersburg 26 13 Oos-Moot
Sat.27Apr Paul Roos TBA SANIX
Sat.27Apr Sentraal 26 27 Noord-Kaap Wesgrow SSR
Sat.27Apr Kearsney 24 20 DHS
Sat.27Apr Northwood 15 29 Hilton
Sat.27Apr Michaelhouse 31 20 Westville
Sat.27Apr St Charles 07 31 Maritzburg College
Sat.27Apr Clifton 24 13 St Andrew’s School
Sat.27Apr Cambridge 06 60 Dale
Sat.27Apr Hudson Park 37 14 Marlow
Sat.27Apr Selborne 36 17 Queen’s FNB CC : On SuperSport
Sat.27Apr Muir 22 17 Nico Malan
Sat.27Apr Despatch 21 14 Pearson
Sat.27Apr Framesby 88 15 Grens
Sat.27Apr Otto du Plessis 18 45 Daniel Pienaar
Sat.27Apr Brandwag 48 00 Ithembelihle
Sat.27Apr Voortrekker (Beth) 50 05 Hentie Cilliers
Sat.27Apr Goudveld 19 26 Witteberg
Sat.27Apr Sentraal 26 27 Noord-Kaap
Sat.27Apr Upington 03 54 Diamantveld
Sat.27Apr Fichardtpark 13 26 Jim Fouche
Sat.27Apr Affies 29 33 KES
Sat.27Apr Jeppe 57 35 Pretoria BH
Sat.27Apr Nelspruit 25 31 EG Jansen
Sat.27Apr HTS Middelburg 31 15 Kempton Park
Sat.27Apr 00 00
Sat.27Apr Boland Landbou 61 17 Tygerberg
Sat.27Apr Paarl Gim 51 25 Oakdale
Sat.27Apr Stellenberg 10 15 Outeniqua
Sat.27Apr SACS 43 05 DF Malan
Sat.27Apr Rondebosch 26 05 Brackenfell
Sat.27Apr Durbanville 36 15 Hugenote
Sat.27Apr Parel Vallei 17 24 Bellville
Sat.27Apr Strand 10 10 Charlie Hofmeyr
Sat.27Apr Worcester Gim 26 31 Robertson
Sat.27Apr Hermanus 17 13 Swartland
Sat.27Apr Vredenburg 06 22 HTS Bellville
Sat.27Apr Wynberg 27 27 Grey HS

53 Comments

  1. @boerboel The Paarl Boys issue is sad. I dont know enough about the actual issue to make a comment either way.I will chat to the coaching staff I know when I get a chance to try to make sense of it. I think Grey will be too strong for Wynberg. I watched the Grey vs Rondebosch match and thought they did not get the bounce of the ball or 50/50 ref calls. It will be close with Wynberg playing at home. I will make an effort to rather catch the under 15 and under 16a games.

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  2. Het Boishaai se teenstanders (Donkies) weer onttrek?

    Boerboel jy moet maar gaan hokkie kyk .

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  3. ‘n Moeilike lelike wen vir Outeniqua teen Stellenberg 15-10. By Stellenberg wat opsigself nie te versmaai is nie.
    Daar begin nou meer interaksie tussen die voor en agterspelers plaasvind. Nou net om spasie te skep vir die agterste driehoek. Die vleuls is baie vinnig en met meer balbesit wag daar moeilike dae vir die ander spanne.
    Volgende is ongelukkig vir ons Grey College en Noord Kaap voor ons, ons eerste tuiswedstryd sal he.

    Ander uitslae: 0/14 A Outeniqua 70 – 0 Stellenberg
    0/15 A Outeniqua 10 – 5 Stellenberg
    0/16 A Outeniqua 47 – 5 Stellenberg

    Stellenberg het egter baie goed gedoen met die laerspanne. Goeie afrigting!

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  4. @AntonT: Geluk met die wen…was klipharde wedstryd. Stellies se treurige skopwerk pale toe – 0/5 vandag as ek dit nie mis het het nie – gaan nog ‘n rukkie by hulle spook!

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  5. What a win for House 2 3 House. Old School, DHS next weekend, then it’s the big one. Hope you come to Balgowan with your A game

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  6. Eg Jansen 31:25 Nelspruit.

    Kliphard, duidelik dat NHS n punt wou bewys op hul tuisveld.

    Goeie dag se sport (EGJ eerste Hokkie, Netbal en Rugby gewen) met laeveld gasvryheid, wrang smaak is egter die 10 eerste span seuns se selfone wat tydens die wedstryd uit die kleedkamers verwyder is.

    Sterkte met Nellies se seisoen, spanne gaan die laevelders tot hul eie nadeel onderskat.

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  7. @jakes: Ek wil nie graag n o\14 wees wat teen julle speel nie.As ek sien AHS 66\0 Kloof67\0 en ander nou ook stellenberg 70\0 sal my broek bewe weet net nie of hulle sl vol hou tot gr12 nie hoop die seuns bewys my verkeerd.

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  8. @optimistix: The 8 was at Verkenner last year. He was already a monster last year and even though he is huge he does the basics well and has a good motor.

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  9. In the Griffons League in Welkom: Welkom Gimnasium 70 – Rooiskool (AHS Kroonstad) 19.

    Once Welkom Gimnasium reached the 70 point mark, the game was stopped with seven minutes to go.

    It is sad to note the apparent demise of rugby at Rooiskool. They were for decades a powerhouse in the Northern and Eastern Free State. However, for the last couple of years they are struggling to compete.

    When I saw their game against Goudveld last year I was shocked to see their lack of basic skills. They also seemed intent on playing the “stamp-kar” brand of rugby used by Northern Transvaal in the 1980’s.

    I note from the fixture list that they are playing a measly seven games this year. With only the two Bethlehem schools left to play it seems as if their rugby season could be something of the past by 21 May. I cannot see them making the semi-finals of the Griffons League which has now dwindled to only six participating teams.

    I wonder if anybody at SARU is at all concerned at the way schoolboy rugby in the rural areas (“platteland”) has been spiraling downward over the last decade or two?

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  10. @CharlesZA: baie dankie vir gister. Dit was een van die lekkerste rugby dae in ‘n lang tyd vir my gewees. Baie goeie ondersteuners aan beide kante met geen eenoogige komentaar. Dankie Stellenberg julle gasvreiheid was lekker.👏

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  11. @4×4: Verneem Affies was op ‘n keer so 28-10 of so iets voor. Wat het gebeur – beserings, geelkaarte, of oorgerustheid.
    Nevertheless, congrats KES, something the boys will remember FOREVER!

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  12. @Chronicle: Het net ‘n gedeelte gekyk weens ander verpligtinge. KES se 8 en 13 het met groot reputasies opgedaag by Affies, en dit gestand gedoen. KES was reg deur die dag baie kompeterend in al die ouderdom groepe en was Affies myns insiens gelukkig om nie al 2 jaar terug pakslae te vat nie.

    Daar was ‘n paar beserings, maar kan dit nie as verskoning getender word nie, ek dink eerder dat baie swak dissipline en ‘n rooikaart die doodsteek was.

    In kort, KES het opgedaag en moes blerrie goed speel om van 7-20 terug te kom…maar Dan weer of elke afrigter in SA net die laaste 5 jaar se wedstryde te kyk om ‘n verdediging patroon uit te werk.

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  13. @4×4: Verstommend hoe hoë tellings maar net weereens ‘n bewys van swak verdediging is.
    As beide spanne die vermoë het om te gaan druk.
    Ou reël van kyk hoe vinnig jy die kar kan maak, en laaste ding wat aan gedink en of gewerk word is verdediging :-D
    Dit raak al hoe meer algemeen by skole, veral ouderdom groepe, en ek hoop hulle kan dit vroeg genoeg in die kiem smoor.

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  14. AHS vs King Edward VII School

    14A: Wen 15-12
    14B: Wen 26-14
    14C: Verloor 12-26
    14E: Wen 74-0
    14F: Wen 61-0

    15A: Wen 27-3
    15B: Wen 36-0
    15C: Wen 62-0
    15D: Wen 52-0
    15E: Wen 48-0

    16A: Wen 23-22
    16B: Wen 36-3
    16C: Wen 46-12
    16D: Wen 42-0
    16E: Wen 76-0

    9e vs 7e: Wen 7-0
    6e: Wen 47-0
    5e: Verloor 5-13
    4e: Wen 28-14
    3e: Wen 32-12
    2e: Wen 43-22
    Witbulle: Verloor 29-33

    Gespeel: 23
    Gewen: 20
    Verloor: 3
    Gelykop:0

    Punte vir: 853
    Punte teen: 186
    Gem Punte: 37-8

    Well done KES!!!

    THEY SIMPLY WANTED IT MORE THAN THE AFFIES BOYS.

    Well done KES!!!

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  15. Wat het van HJS en Drostdy se game geword?
    Ek sien dan junior spanne se tellings……something’s really rotten in the state of Denmark

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  16. @Vyfster: Nothing funny, they
    played at Porterville. Boishaai played St John’s and both are playing thursday at wildeklawer, the two schools decided to have a combined practice on saturday instead of a game. Most schools that are going to wildeklawer didn’t play this weekend or/and the Easter weekend.

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  17. @4×4: Congrats KES on historic victory.@Skopgraaf243: Couldn’t agree more.Funny that world cups is won with the best defensive sides,yet the emphasis in SA schools is on attacking play.

    I don’t say to neglect atack,just a better balance between the two.Virseker cup,the games between Grey vs PRG,Grey vs Gim and Gim vs Boishaai will be decided on defence, not the other way around.

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  18. @Far Meadows: Brilliant side, I thought the loose forwards in that WBHS side were incredible. Game of the day for me was the u16A game. That was pure SBR at its best. The next two weeks going to be massive for House. Specially the KC game. 2 3 House.

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  19. En nou hoor ek PRG is weer Sanix toe. Wat ‘n mors van tyd en geld om so ‘n logistieke nagmerrie aan te pak om aan ‘n niksseggende toernooi deel te neem. Ai tog.

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  20. @Bush: I am led to believe that 2ND XV is still unbeaten. The real challenge will come against College on Goldstones where they have never won. The U16A win must have also been good as that Westville side is highly rated. It is still unbelievable hard to win on Meadows when you come from the warmth of the South :lol: .

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  21. @Deon: jou nuusbronne is maar stadig. Dis laas jaar reeds bevestig. Jy is welkom om my te kontak as jy meer besonderhede verlang, eerder as om stellings hier te maak wat nie gegrond is op feite nie. Jy kan my besonderhede by Beet kry.

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  22. @star:

    Looking forward to our 2nd XV’s last few games. Tough ones, but our boys are playing well. Next up is Northwood, Affies, Hilton, Maritzburg College and Kearsney (WBHS Old Boys’ day)

    Results so far:
    Westville 24 vs Glenwood 5
    Westville 40 vs Montana 7
    Westville 62 vs Merensky 5
    Westville 52 vs Ben Viljoen 0
    Westville 51 vs DHS 5
    Westville 18 vs Jeppe 12
    Westville 43 vs Michaelhouse 3

    Points for 290
    Points against 37

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  23. @Weskusklong: En toe Hamilton Boys HS vir PBH in 2014 in die Sanix-finaal geklop het, was die opposisie toe ook so sleg en die toernooi niksseggend? En toe PBH die gasheer van die World School Festival in 2018 was, was dit die beste ding na gesnyde witbrood op die rakke beland het. Maar toe dit in 2019 PRG se beurt was om as gasheer op te tree, toe word dit weer as ‘n niksseggende toernooi afgekraak. Moet ons ander daardeur die afleiding maak dat tensy Boishaai betrokke is en self deelneem, alle ander toernooie maar eintlik niks beteken nie?

    Gaan kyk gerus op Youtube na die twee wedstryde wat PRG tot dusver gespeel het en oordeel objektief of die opposisie so swak was. Dit was harde wedstryde. En dan lê die Engelse, Australiërs en Nieu Zeeland nog voor.

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  24. @PRBoitjie: It seems like you didn’t notice @Deon: comments. The WSF was worse than last year, fact. I geuss the empty stands was Boishaai supporters that didn’t pitch? 8-O

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  25. @PaarlBok: Jy is verseker erg simpel , was nog altyd selfs toe jy voorheen as Gim ondersteuner so oor alles nonsens gepraat het . Nou is jy die groot Paul
    Roos man . Goed dat jy jou nie in Kakemas gevestig het nie !

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  26. @Stier: Ek stem saam. Die WSF is nog ‘n mors van tyd , fondse, maar belangrikste, gesig vir SA. Wdf beteken dit vir wie? Toe dit in die Paarl was, was dit mos vir ‘n heel ander “doel” Dit was fine. Ek meen, julle verjaarsdag was mos spesiaal. Maar, los sulke goed net daar en dan wanneer dit uitgedien is. Boonop het dit tweespalt veroorsaak wat, wel, stupid was.

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  27. @Weskusklong: 90% reg, jy het net van Boland Landbou vergeet. Baie baie belangriker. Gebruik die geld wat gemors was op Sanix eerder om ‘n laaitie wat dit verdien se varsity loopbaan te sponsor. Wynland skolerugby is die mooiste, beste, belangrikste , amper oudste, adelikste, merkwaardigste en mees prestigious sporttoernooi in hoofstroomsport in die wêreld in my oë. Hoekom nou 10000 km plus vlieg, teen groot koste, om 2000 games in drie dae te speel teen skole waarvan niemand nog gehoor het nie, gesetel in jurisdiksies wat nie rugby speel nie. Al wat ek kan doen is SMH.

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