SchoolboyRugby Blog BHP Top 30 – week ending 08 June 2019

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…the rankings after last 2 weeks. I have tried to incorporate Paul Roos based on their opposition played in Japan as they only played 4 local games so far and they slotted in at 10. Seems fair as they did beat Grey PE who is just below them

# School Avg Reg Type Gen #Boys Est
01 Grey College 5.03 FS State Boys 1190 1855
02 Paarl Gim 4.46 WP State CoEd 580 1858
03 HJS Paarl BH 4.25 WP State Boys 870 1868
04 Garsfontein 4.02 BB State CoEd 880 1988
05 Framesby 3.77 EP State CoEd 560 1966
06 Monument 3.69 GL State CoEd 690 1921
07 Helpmekaar 3.59 GL Indep CoEd 460 1921
08 Selborne 3.40 BOR State Boys 740 1872
09 KES 3.38 GL State Boys 1010 1902
10 * Paul Roos 3.26 WP State Boys 1230 1866
11 Grey HS 3.22 EP State Boys 930 1856
12 Bishops 3.17 WP Indep Boys 720 1849
13 St Andrew’s 3.15 EP Indep Boys 460 1855
14 Hilton 3.14 KZN Indep Boys 560 1872
15 Stellenberg 3.12 WP State CoEd 720 1985
16 Northwood 3.03 KZN State Boys 850 1949
17 Affies 3.03 BB State Boys 1090 1920
18 Rondebosch 3.01 WP State Boys 820 1897
19 Glenwood 2.83 KZN State Boys 1070 1910
20 Welkom Gim 2.82 GRF State CoEd 440 1953
21 Pietersburg 2.79 LIM State CoEd 560 1921
22 Westville 2.79 KZN State Boys 1260 1955
23 EG Jansen 2.78 VAL State CoEd 560 1955
24 Outeniqua 2.73 SWD State CoEd 780 1923
25 Goudveld 2.69 GRF State CoEd 360 1961
26 Eldoraigne 2.60 BB State CoEd 830 1974
27 * Maritzburg College 2.59 KZN State Boys 1170 1863
28 Dale 2.55 BOR State Boys 590 1861
29 Pionier 2.52 KZN State CoEd 225 1876
30 * St John’s 2.51 GL Indep Boys 640 1898

4 Comments

  1. I hope that the Noordvaal committee change the madness of only allocating points for 1st and A teams for promotion relegation. This will be against our priorities of education , development and mass participation.

    It should rather be expanded to reward schools even more if they can field B C and 5 senior teams.

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