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Paarl Boys’ High New Zealand Tour 2017 – rating opponents

21 March, 2017 beet 143

Paarl Boys’ High, South Africa’s undisputed, undefeated number-1 schoolboy rugby team for 2015 and 2016 will put their 38-game winning streak on the line when they tour New Zealand from 24 March to 9 April 2017. Over 100 1st, 2nd, 3rd XV and u16 players will form part of the huge tour group.
Boishaai New Zealand Tour 2017 FB site

Read more to find out how their tour opponents are rated in New Zealand

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Stellenberg team for the first big game of the Western Cape season

15 March, 2017 beet 7

Even though Stellenberg near the Durbanville/Bellville residential borderline in Cape Town’s northern suburbs is still regarded as a Premier B league school in their very competitive region, the school has successfully created outstanding opportunities for their under-19A rugby team to showcase its ability as a top rugby school against some of the best SA has to offer.…

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Legendary Bishops coach passes away

10 November, 2016 beet 5

Basil Bey, the “legendary Bishops coach that advocated the 15-man tap-kick, no kicking, running rugby at all costs approach plus no numbers on the jerseys because each and every player was meant to fill every position rugby philosophy” has passed away.…

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Boland Landbou’s tough 2017 fixture list is out

1 November, 2016 beet 15
Entire Boland Landbou school in their stylish pavilion
Entire Boland Landbou school in their stylish pavilion

Apart for the always testing West Province Premier League schedule that includes eagerly anticipated inter-schools against Winelands slash national powerhouses HJS Paarl Boy’s High, Paarl Gymnasium and Paul Roos, the farmers from Boland Landbou will also be out to prove themselves against some of the best schools that Gauteng has to offer – they don’t come much bigger or stronger than EG Jansen, Garsfontein or Monument. If that’s not enough, lets not play down the prospect of taking on the Oakdale Bulls in Riversdale and the resistance of some decent opposition from the Eastern Cape either. Forgetting anyone important? How about Grey College as an opponent somewhere in the middle of all that other top class opposition.…