School Rugby fixtures & results – week ending 14 March 2020

School Rugby fixtures & results – week ending 14 March 2020

DATE SCHOOL SCHOOL INFO BROADCAST
Tue.10Mar Milnerton <10> <5> Melkbosstrand WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Brackenfell <0> <50> Durbanville WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Bellville <0> <10> Stellenberg WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar SACS <5> <20> Boland Landbou WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Wynberg <15> <10> Paul Roos WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Rondebosch <5> <15> HJS Paarl BH WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Paarl Gim <20> <15> Bishops WP Schools Day @ Newlands
Tue.10Mar Brandwag 61 00 Solomon Mahlangu
Sat.14Mar Affies 85 10 Diamantveld Afgri Prestige RSD @ Affies
Sat.14Mar St Alban’s 29 26 AHS Kroostad Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus On DigiTV
Sat.14Mar EG Jansen 65 00 Invitation XV Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Garsfontein 71 05 Kempton Park Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Nelspruit <14> <00> Eldoraigne Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Frikkie Meyer 03 27 Stellenberg Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Montana 34 31 Die Anker Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Waterkloof 07 38 Outeniqua Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Boland Landbou 19 24 HTS Middelburg Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Pretoria BH 00 38 Paarl Gim Afgri Prestige RSD @ Loftus
Sat.14Mar Bellville 06 57 SACS Brackenfell R/D
Sat.14Mar Durbanville 50 21 Strand Brackenfell R/D
Sat.14Mar Brackenfell 17 10 Swartland Brackenfell R/D
Sat.14Mar WP TIP 00 66 Oakdale Brackenfell R/D
Sat.14Mar Cambridge 17 33 Mary Waters Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Dale 05 06 Muir Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Hudson Park 19 12 Nico Malan Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Queen’s 45 07 Pearson Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Grey HS 10 17 Brandwag Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Kingswood 12 28 Selborne Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar St Andrew’s 15 12 Framesby Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Graeme 21 18 Marlow Graeme Rugby Day
Sat.14Mar Noordheuwel 08 13 Rustenburg NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Potch Volkskool 52 25 Jeugland NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Lichtenburg 15 31 Marais Viljoen NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Heidelberg VS 10 05 Oos-Moot NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Hugenote (Springs) 17 21 Zwartkop NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Wesvalia 18 21 Middelburg NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Potch Gim 53 19 Oosterlig NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar Montana 34 31 Die Anker NWU Prestige Reeks
Sat.14Mar HJS Paarl BH 17 10 Monument Porterville
Sat.14Mar Voortrekker (Beth) 33 18 Fichardtpark Sentrale Skole Reeks
Sat.14Mar Sentraal 24 42 Witteberg Gouldveld R/D
Sat.14Mar Goudveld 22 23 Louis Botha Gouldveld R/D
Sat.14Mar Transvalia 32 15 Klerksdorp
Sat.14Mar VS Graaff-Reinet 20 03 Daniel Pienaar
Sat.14Mar Northwood 14 14 Maritzburg College
Sat.14Mar Glenwood 10 14 Hilton
Sat.14Mar Kearsney 29 10 Clifton
Sat.14Mar Westville 52 07 DHS
Sat.14Mar Michaelhouse X X St Charles Cancelled – Coronavirus
Sat.14Mar Sutherland 13 19 St Benedict’s
Sat.14Mar Grey College 92 07 Duineveld
Sat.14Mar Grey College Cherries 48 10 Jim Fouche
Sat.14Mar Grey College Peaches 24 12 Upington
Sat.14Mar Noord-Kaap 52 26 Landboudal
Sat.14Mar Welkom Gim 35 07 Helpmekaar
Sat.14Mar Ben Vorster 23 27 Menlopark
Sat.14Mar Charlie Hofmeyr 15 10 DF Malan
Sat.14Mar Drostdy 34 22 Wynberg
Sat.14Mar Punt 22 26 Hermanus
Fri.13Mar Tygerberg 15 38 Hugenote

72 Comments

  1. My game of the weekend without doubt is Boishaai vs Monnas.

    The Welkom Gim vs Helpmekaar match should also be very good.

    At Loftus my pick of the matches is Boland Landbou vs HTS Middelburg, but seeing what firepower Gim and the Kwaggas have will also be interesting.

    At Graeme a toss up between Brandwag vs Grey PE and Framesby vs St Andrew’s College.

    And if I could go to all three of these matches in KZN I would
    Glenwood vs Hilton
    Northwood vs College
    Westville vs DHS

    I don’t think any neutral can go wrong by attending or viewing either of the three.

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  2. @Beet: Some cracking fixtures in KZN. College will be desperate for revenge after losing to Northwood for the first time last year, but that will be a difficult task given Northwood’s result v Kearsney away last weekend and the fact that they have home ground advantage. Glenwood and Hilton are arguably the strongest teams in Natal at present and the match might have extra needle after a six (is it?) year sabbatical. I’m also interested to see if Westville will continue the progress that they made last year.

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  3. @Gatskop: Behoort n maklike wen vir Boishaai te wees.Monnas en Garsies kon nie eers die eindstryd vir Virseker maak laasjaar nie.Boishaai kort kop after Grey vir laaste 10 jaar rankings vertel sy eie storie.

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  4. Vanaand klap die eerste skote vir Boishaai, met seker die laaste Nuweland rugbydag.
    Boishaai beskik oor n sterk pak voorspelers tog n jong en onervare agterlyn.
    Ek sien uit na lekker hardlooprugby.
    Gim tn Bishops behoorlik iets besonders te wees.

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  5. Graeme rugby day predictions:
    Cambridge by 30
    Dale by 15
    Hudson by 40
    Queens by 15
    Grey by 10
    Selborne by 10
    Framesby by 10
    Graeme by 5

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  6. Sien uit om om die boys vanmiddag weer te sien…PRG teen Wynberg…en natuurlik vir Boishaai en Gimmies in aksie te sien…sterkte aan al die spanne :wink:

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  7. @Vleis: They played Hilton last year in the friendly Voortrekker night series and the year before in warm-up chukka’s. Hopefully it’s played in good spirit.It’s at Glenwood, so good to have home advantage. The Glenwood team is a good mix and I think well balanced, maybe lacking experience in the backs. Last time they played was in 2014 when Glenwood won 67-7. Stats are as follows;
    First played – 1915
    Played: 97
    Glenwood won: 39
    Hilton won: 53
    Drawn: 5
    Biggest loss (1915) – 0-46
    Biggest win (2014) – 67-7
    Will be a very good game…..

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  8. @De-flea the Dog: OK, so the first competitive game for six years. As you say, hopefully played in good spirit. Hilton have upped their game significantly in recent years (they’re consistently a top 20 team these days) so there won’t be a repeat of the last scoreline!

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  9. @Vleis: Nope, that is why they’ve agreed to play Glenwood again, they feel they can compete. They have had 4 years of very good grade 8 recruited sides, so it certainly won’t be one way traffic at all age-group levels. I think the one year, probably 2 years ago their U14A side might have challenged Grey Bloem if they had played

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  10. @Beet: you forgot to list the best fixture this week
    Ben Vorster vs Menlopark….lol
    Current Virsekerbeker cup against plate champions!

    Suppose the junior teams will take big losses….hopefully the 1st team will be competitive.
    Last year the score was 44-30 for Menlo at home.
    At least better than the 44-17 Menlo beat Helpies in Virseker cup final

    This year home fixture for BV….go Vossies! :wink: :wink:

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  11. @Grizzly: Well Boishaai had a good workout tonight. That will serve them well going into Saturday’s game. I wonder if Monnas will be a little undercooked?

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  12. How good was the Bishops – Paarl Gim game tonight. Bishops might have lost this warmup but I think they made a lot of friends amongst the neutrals by the way they play. And can you ever underestimate a Gim team. They just always seem to find a way to be effective when it matters most.

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  13. @Vyfster: I’m still in Cape Town after the CycleTour and will miss Saturday’s fixture. At least it will be on Digitv!
    It’s going to be a good one! Menlo should be much better prepared than two weeks ago against Welkom Gim. Ben Vorster will have a lot of confidence after last weekends good start to the season.
    My the best team (Menlo) win! :lol:
    Hopefully this will now be an annual fixture going forward.

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  14. @2021: Jo,groot woorde na net 1 dag se rugby.By gese Gim en Boishaai was teenwoordig.Hulle moet spesiale spelers wees.Wens regtig ons kon meer van die Suide Skole sien maar hulle kom nie Gauteng toe nie.Sal uit kyk vir die 2.

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  15. Bishops impressed. Draw would have been a true reflection. Both backlines topclass.

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  16. The Coronavirus has claimed another fixture – Michaelhouse vs St Charles has been cancelled

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  17. For people behind the Boerewors curtain there is an exciting opportunity today to see the GCB /13 team in action this afternoon. They are playing at 16:30 at Garsfontein Primary, a huge challenge for the local team after GCB gave Kenmare a hiding yesterday.

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  18. Seems like the the 2020 rugby season could be a huge disappointment. Michaelhouse have just pulled out of their weekend fixture against St Charles due to concerns about Coronavirus. The likelihood of more schools following suit must be high and the situation doesn’t seem like it will resolve itself soon.

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  19. @Rainier: Sou jou graag gister by d game ontmoet het. Ek is nogals warm onder d kraag na gister. Jy saterdag dalk by loftus? Ons speel florida 7:30.

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  20. @David: Hoekom is jy warm onder die kraag? Ek dink Garsies het hart gewys, die Grey spannetjie is spesiaal met 3 of 4 spelbrekers. En die /11’s was baie close.

    Ek is Saterdag by Loftus. Kry my nommer by Beet en dan drink ons ‘n bier by Trademarx. Die rugby word glo op die B-veld gespeel.

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  21. @Beet: For the first time I am not certain of the outcome of Welkom Gim vs Helpies in Welkom and Monnas vs. Boishaai. Those are going to be two telling clashes.

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  22. Boishaai’s first full length game.
    The plan was to still use this game as trials together with the Ireland games to settle on a starting xv for the very tough season that lies ahead..

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  23. People of this blog, is it not perhaps irresponsible for schools to be allowing sport during this pandemic outbreak of the corona virus? I know I would definitely not allow a child of mine to play sports during this time.

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  24. @CapeMan: Jeepers dude, our length and girth depends on our Alma Maters performance, what are you talking about!

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  25. @CapeMan: WTF SA is one the most dangerous country in the world. Do we stay indoors. You got more chance of getting your underpants stolen in SA than getting Corona Virus. Maybe got to the pub and buy yourself a Corona. Sorry man I forgot, Cape Town isn’t part of SA😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  26. With Super Rugby being put on hold it won’t be long before the upcoming festivals start getting canned …

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  27. Daar klop Brandwag (PE) vir Grey High school 17 – 10. Outeniqua het laas week vir Brandwag 38 – 5 gewen. So of Brandwag is sterker as wat ek gedink het of Grey High gaan die jaar sukkel. Wat Outeniqua betref sal ons later vanmiddag teen Waterkloof sien of ons werklik kan begin uitsien na ‘n goeie jaar. Wel dis nou as die Corona gemors nie alles bederf nie.

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  28. Menlo 27-23 Ben Vorster.
    Vossies heel game voor, net om in doodsnikke te verloor…eish, pity.
    Sorry Vossies, was amper….veels geluk Menlo :wink:

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  29. @Grizzly: ons sal maar sien hoe die bal hop, die 70 is die amptelike telling, ek het egter n ander telling gesien maar sal hou by die een wat die skool gee

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  30. Kwaggas (Outeniqua) gaan bitter baie ver wen teen Waterkloof.
    Kwaggas het enorme spoed agter.

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  31. As die ou (kommentator) op SSL nog een keer vir Monnas die ‘Kwaggas’ gaan noem….siesa!!

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  32. @Strepie: Sjoe dis n moeilike een. Ja Bois het n kans as hulle pak voorspelers kan domineer. As hulle Kwaggas agterlyn bal op dir voovoet gee gaan Kwaggas wen.
    Bois is vir my voor sterker terwyl kwaggas agter sterker is.

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  33. Die skydsregter in die Monnas Bois game is werklik waar ver uit sy diepte.
    Hy gee geel kaarte vir terugpraat en niks vir n spear tackel… Werklik dis net nie goed genoeg nie.

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  34. Jo…jo. Bois kon net somaklik die wedstryd verloor het. Ek wonder of hulle nou hulle “get out of jail” kaart vir die jaar gebruik het.

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  35. @Grizzly: I suspect the Gim team that showed up today was very different to last week’s team. On several occasions Gim have proven to be a mighty team to come up against so I’m very hesitant to speculate what Affies’ and Helpies’ worth is… especially Affies :mrgreen:

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  36. @AntonT: Ek sien die 2 de helfte was telling 8-7 vir Kwaggas.Wat gebeur,Kloof better begin speel of het julle bench op gebring?Geluk met die uitslag,julle was laasjaar bitter ongelukkig met n paar groot games wat julle met minder as 7 punte verloor het.Bly julle het n goeie span die jaar.

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  37. @AntonT: Ja ek stem saam. Ek dink die afrigter moet nog n paar kombinasies uitsorteer.

    Kwaggas was vuurwarm eerste helfte en tweede helfte het die voorspelers dit so bietjie verloor. Geen agterlyn kan sonder die bal speel nie

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  38. @Grizzly: Verlede week teen Brandwag die selfde. Daar word beslis van die spelers afgehaal. Veral in die agterlyn. As een van ons vleuls seerkry is daar nie sommer iemand wat hulle kan vervang nie. Maar ek dink ook ‘n paar goed word nog probeer en Waterkloof het beter begin speel.

    Die manier wat die Kwaggas speel kan ook nie vir 70 minute volgehou word nie. Hulle sal moet werk aan hoe hulle die tempo van die wedstryd manipuleer. Meer speel vir gebiedsvoordeel en op sekere tye die tempo verhoog. Die is nie 7s nie.

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  39. @Gatskop: I was at the Westville vs DHS match today and there was an incident in the first half where the Westville wing lifted his DHS opponent through the 90 deg axis and from a height planted him on his back right in front of the ref and after the whistle. I thought the two things combined – dangerous illegal tackle and late would make it a consideration for a red card. The ref did not even award a penalty to DHS.

    Credit to the DHS player who did not feign injury.

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  40. @Beet: Ja watch the Bois vs Monnas games for 2 dangerous tackels. 1 from each team. The ref was realy bad, but he was totaly ok with the tackels. What he didnt like was a fantom punch and a few harmless words that he give a yellow card for.

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  41. @Gatskop: I watched the match on SSL when it was live. Neither tackle was malicious. My feeling on the Monnas tackle on Visser was he may have jumped just before the tackle which aggravated the circumstances and therefore possibly not a penalty. The Monnas one to me was definitely a penalty but probably no further sanction.

    With regards to the binning of the Monnas player for backchat, it depends on what was said. I think it was last year when a ref at the Grey PE festival issued red for disrespecting him. A schoolboy should engage with the referee in a respectful manner or face the consequences.

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  42. Dankie vir DigiTv wat dit moontlik gemaak het dat al die aksie by Ben Vorster steeds gevolg kon word!

    Geluk aan MenloRugby met ‘n “clean sweep” weg van die huis!

    Ander wedstryde wat ek gevolg het: Outeniqua was puik en Monnas ongelukkig om nie te wen nie.

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  43. Ons het Norries 13-8 gewen. Tweedes het ook ‘n lekker wen gehad. Die res moes maar die knie buig teen Noordheuwel.

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  44. @Beet: There seems to be confusion about which Kroonstad team St Albans played yersterday – you have AHS Kroonstad (Rooiskool), while two other sites I’ve checked have it as HS Kroonstad (Blouskool) with ScoolofRugby (normally very reliable) even have a match report about Blouskool. Can you please clarify.

    And while some Eastern Cape surprise results having been mentioned, no one said a word about Daniel Pienaar losing to Graaff-Reinet Volkies.

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  45. @AbsolutMenlo: Ja, ek waardeer DigiTv deesdae – was verlede naweek in Pretoria en kon heerlik BV se tuiswedstryde teen PHS kyk.

    Geluk aan Menlo, soos @Vyfster voorspel het, julle junior spanne was gans te sterk vir BV. Wat die 1stes betref het BV se gewoonlike MVP teen rustyd awol geraak – toe hy agter die wolke verdwyn, dit vinnig afkoel en begin reën, was die skrif aan die muur vir BV! Nogtans ‘n goeie terugvegpoging van Menlo om hom in die doodsnikke deur te trek.

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