Griquas Craven Week, Academy Week and Grant Khomo teams Week 2024

TEAM Griquas u18 CW TEAM Griquas u18 AW
1 FJ de Vries Diamantveld 1 Lolwethu Billa De Aar
2 De Wet du Plooy Diamantveld 2 Roelof Slabbert Upington
3 Dian Ellis Diamantveld 3 Heinrich Nel Diamantveld
4 Zuan Rautenbach Diamantveld 4 Jandries Potgieter Duineveld
5 Arno Luttig Duineveld 5 Daniel Kuhn Diamantveld
6 Alek Andrianatos Duineveld 6 Achilles de Jager Diamantveld
7 Ambijirn Vraagom Diamantveld 7 Stiaan van Loggerenberg Diamantveld
8 Wihann Liebenberg Duineveld 8 Lourens Shaw Noord Kaap
9 Ethan Manus Diamantveld 9 Kihaan Maarman Concordia
10 Marno Greeff Diamantveld 10 Abdull Fischer Noord Kaap
11 Clinton Britz Diamantveld 11 Aphiwe Siyona Noord Kaap
12 Simon Liversage Diamantveld 12 Jayden Potgieter Noord Kaap
13 Sylvester Hoffman Upington 13 Themba Kella Upington
14 Johnathan Harding Diamantveld 14 Carel Viljoen Diamantveld
15 Gregan Jansen Duineveld 15 Jonaden Links Noord Kaap
16 Jade Coetzee Upington 16 Philip van As Duineveld
17 Manqoba Hinana Upington 17 Alonzo Johnson Noord Kaap
18 Ethan Prins Duineveld 18 Duhan Dege Duineveld
19 Ruan Janse van Rensburg Upington 19 Enrique Boshoff Diamantveld
20 Jayden de Klerk Diamantveld 20 Aunathi Raborife Curro Kathu
21 Luhantle Maseko Noord Kaap 21 Dirk van Heerden Diamantveld
22 Ethan van Zyl Duineveld 22 Themba Koopman Noord Kaap
23 Jacquin Jasson Duineveld 23 Caden Daniels Upington
TEAM Griquas u16 GK TEAM
1 J Southy Douglas 1
2 J Stander Upington 2
3 C Retief Kimberley Boys High 3
4 H Swart Diamantveld 4
5 MG van Greenen Diamantveld 5
6 T Serfontein Upington 6
7 M de Beer Diamantveld 7
8 A Cofa De Aar 8
9 JG van Heerden Diamantveld 9
10 D Makoni De Aar 10
11 A Muller Diamantveld 11
12 T Thole Diamantveld 12
13 E Brittian Noord Kaap 13
14 G Assegaai Upington 14
15 V Davids Diamantveld 15
16 N Hughes Diamantveld 16
17 A Xashe Upington 17
18 J Khun VD 18
19 L Lekwi Noord Kaap 19
20 H Swanepoel Diamantveld 20
21 G Steyn Vaalharts 21
22 E Swarts Diamantveld 22
23 B Jacobs Upington 23

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15 Comments

  1. avatar
    #15 Vleis

    @Middies pa (Comment #14)
    Interesting! We certainly have a very deep talent pool in SA.

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    11 June, 2024 at 18:39
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    #14 Kantman

    Some useless information according to my stats.
    101 schools providing 368 players for Craven Week. Average of 3,6 players per school.
    11% of the schools providing 32% of the players.
    48% of the schools providing 17% of the players (1 or 2 per school).
    FS, Griekwas, SWD, Lions, Border all 5 or less schools.
    WP, Bulls, Sharks, Leopards, Boland all 8 or more schools.
    WP and Boland have 11 schools each.
    After Grey with 19 players, Queen’s is at second with 12 players.

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    11 June, 2024 at 18:08
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    #13 Middies pa

    @Vleis (Comment #12)
    It is so true. Last year (2023) Hamiltons represented the southern portion of South Africa in the UXI u20 final. They hammered Maties and the other clubs down south. They lost the final against Tuks u/20 but those laaities could jol. As long as the guys keep on playing.

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    11 June, 2024 at 11:01
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    #12 Vleis

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #1)
    There is definitely a lot of talent at the smaller schools. When my lightie played for Wits four years ago, they used to hammer Randfontein by 50 to 100 points. So, I was very surprised to see that, after 7 or 8 rounds of the PGC this year, Randfontein have won all their games and are doing better than UJ, Wits, Pirates, Pukke, etc. The latter sides are dominated by players who once played in CW, or for SA u20, Lions, Lions u20, etc…so I was even more surprised to see that the Randfontein team is made up mostly from local guys. In fact, 9 were from Jan Viljoen and 4 from Riebeekrand. I have not even heard of those schools (my bad

    ) and they never feature in the top 50…and yet, they are producing a team that is beating all the fancied clubs.

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    7 June, 2024 at 14:09
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    #11 Kaya 85

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #10)
    Thanks

    ReplyReply
    6 June, 2024 at 22:05
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    #9 Kaya 85

    @Pamos (Comment #5)
    Yes I think you are right… a number of other schools could also be sniffing an opportunity

    ReplyReply
    5 June, 2024 at 17:04
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    #8 Kaya 85

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #6)
    pls post a link, would like to read what Jimmy said

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    5 June, 2024 at 14:51
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    #7 Smallies

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #6)
    Het gelees nogal sinvol wat hy se ,veral Griquas en die Pumas wat nie universityte het nie ….dalk moet instellings soos CUT en TUT dit oorweeg om hulle te align met daardie twee unies….

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    5 June, 2024 at 12:37
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    #6 OUD ANKER

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #1)
    Jimmy Stonehouse made a few very interesting (less complimenting) points on this recruiting/sponsoring/saving/helping/poaching/bursary of school boys by other schools.

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    5 June, 2024 at 12:24
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    #5 Pamos

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #1)
    I can put a lot of money on it that he won’t be at KBHS next year for this exact reason. He will be at Garsfontein or a Durban school.

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    5 June, 2024 at 02:02
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    #4 Jakes

    @Beet-Will the Falcons Craven week team also be shown at a later stage?

    ReplyReply
    4 June, 2024 at 21:44
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    #3 Smallies

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #2)
    Griquas tend to have good Craven weeks

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    4 June, 2024 at 17:50
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    #2 Kaya 85

    The CW and AW teams have potential but i feel they might get blown away by the 5 or 6 bigger teams if their paths cross.

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    4 June, 2024 at 17:45
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    #1 Kaya 85

    Kimberley Boys High has the GK tighthead prop…?!! Awesome news, hope he doesn’t get jacked by a Hilton, Bishops or DHS…so that we can imagine the re-emergence of another giant in KBHS…

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    4 June, 2024 at 17:43

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