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  1. Well done to the players selected and to those involved in the process.

    There’s no such thing as a perfect pick and we all have opportunity to debate elements of selection but I really think the Craven Week selectors have done well in terms of rewarding deserving players.

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  2. @beet: Just a question ? Do you know if the sub-unions (like Northern Natal) will also still be sending teams to the VKB weeks in Frankfort? and Reitz like they did in years past

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  3. @warriors7: I’m not sure if this is a call made across all unions or just some but the Sharks have decided to make the Academy side an u17 side this year. I see that SARU are also having an u17 camp this year (they didn’t have the u16 one last year due to Covid) so maybe this is part of a bigger picture

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  4. So all under 18 players had no change to be selected for the ” academy team” B provincial team… ?????

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  5. The U17 thing is to build a squad for the following year’s craven week. Succession planning…but ya…some unlucky U18s

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  6. I missed some of the trial games….how did Michal de Beer from Hilton go? He has impressed me all year…really thought he would get a look in.

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  7. I think the Craven Week and GK teams will be good. An interesting mix from schools.

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