Wildeklawer 2022 – Teams of Match Day 2/3

Match of the Day: Outeniqua 18 Monument 7 – excellent match-up. Two schools that gave it their all and combined to produce a high level exciting game.
Player of the Day: The amazing Damian Markus – “The Daimgerman”. The heart and soul of the Stellenberg attacking game and serious tackler when called upon.
Forward of the Day: Morne Deiderichs – had this crazy off-the-charts, excellent game that would have earned him the official Player of the Match award in another match.
Surprise Package: Boland Landbou mixing it up against Grey College using some very expansive / enterprising rugby seldom seen by the Farmers in recent times.
Best Position of the Day: Inside Centre – PA van Niekerk (Paarl Gim) and Freddie Dreyer (Boland Landbou) get special mention because they were both sublime. No.12’s named as official Players of the Match included in the teams below. Flyhalf also hotly contested.
Surprise Package player: Ulrich Wahl (Grey College) – Brilliant! Who knew he could be that good in the 13 jumper.
Most Improved Player at WK (measured from the start of the season): Shaun Ray (Paarl Gim) – coming on leaps and bounds now!
Most Improved Team at WK (measured from the start of the season): Durban High School & Paul Roos Gymnasium – their recent results speak volumes.
Overachievers of the Day: Welkom Gymnasium – difficult season but pushed the fancied to win comfortably HTS Drostdy all the way to the finish line.
Best u17 Player of the Day: Ruan Swart (Outeniqua) – massive engine on this big unit of a loosehead and powerlifter like strength as well.
Commentator of the Day: the evergreen Mr Johan Smith who endorses so much that is great about this wonderful sport and is able to convey it to the viewing audience.
Biggest Winners of the Day: the viewers and live spectators who got to watch this great festival of schoolboy rugby that is Wildeklawer and appreciate the amazing talent and depth that SA is privileged to have at this age-group level not just amongst the schoolboys but also amongst the phenomenal coaches who develop them. We are talking about some of the best in the world.

9 Comments

  1. Thank you Wildeklawer and Absa. Not to forget all the other sponsors for this event of skills and sportsmanship.

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  2. Dankie Beet, lekker om jou stukke te lees. Objektiewe waarneming en ‘n neutrale plasing. Al waarvoor baie van ons partykeer vra.👍👏

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  3. Ek kan nie onthou waneer laas ek soveel talent gesien het op 15 nie.Gim n kort kop voor maar PRG, Garsies,Grey en beseerde Affie almal masjiene.

    Net n speler wat nie genoem word nie maar ek dink baie underated is,is Garsies 7.Hyt n ongelooflike work rate,verdedig
    soos n trojaan en is kliphard.

    Weet hyt baie penalties af gestaan teen PRG maar baie was debateerbaar.Een onder die radar om dop te hou…

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  4. @Grizzly: Grey se 6 is weer ‘n speler wat ek werklik geniet. Work rate is uitstekend vir 70min en lyk of hy ‘n ekstra 20min sal gee as hy moet. Marcelle Coetzee met Jacques Vermeulen se enjin

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  5. @Ploegskaar: Het hom gesien ja,die hele veld vol.Hou van jou take op die 9’s.

    Basiese pligte kom eerste maar hou van 9 wat van kontak/breek hou.Joost/Jaco/Papier op skool bo Fourie/Faf.

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  6. @Grizzly: Ja, maar ek is van ‘n era waar die coaches jou gesê het 9 en 10 mag net een keer per game breek. So jy moes jou oomblik mooi kies, of jy is goukyk gedrop

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  7. @Ploegskaar: Verstaan presies wat jy bedoel.Joost wat n Jaar ouer as ek is se pass na regs was bra average…na links was non existing…..moes duik…sy skoppe was om van te huil…maar in baie se oe die beste 9 nog.Miskien bedoel hulle rugby speler…Fourie die teenoor gestelde maar kon ook breek en kontak vat.Hang af waarna jy soek in n 9….

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