Last Springbok by school

I might need a bit of help with the number of Boks per school.

# WPPL LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Paul Roos Herschel Jantjies 2019 53
2 Paarl Gim Grant Williams 2022 29
3 Rondebosch Hanyani Shimange 2004 20
4 HJS Paarl BH Evan Roos 2022 24
5 Wynberg Sikhumbuzo Notshe 2018 10
6 Stellenberg Carel van der Merwe 2002 1
7 Boland Landbou Canan Moodie 2022 5
8 SACS Percy Montgomery 1997 28
9 Bishops Dillyn Leyds 2017 40
# W/CAPE – OTHER LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Outeniqua Manie Libbok 2022 6
2 Oakdale JC Janse van Rensburg 2013 4
3 Drostdy Wilco Louw 2017 1
4 Durbanville Johnny Trytsman 1999 1
# GAUTENG BHS LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Affies Nico Janse van Rensburg 2021 11
2 KES Scarra Ntubeni 2021 5
3 Jeppe S’busiso Nkosi 2018 3
4 Pretoria BH Chiliboy Ralepelle 2006 4
5 St Alban’s Jason Jenkins 2018 3
6 St John’s Owen Nkumane 1998 1
7 St Stithians Lance Sherrell 1994 1
# NOORDVAAL CUP LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 EG Jansen 0
2 Helpmekaar Thys Burger 1980 2
3 Noordheuwel 0
4 Rustenburg Gerhard Mostert 2012 2
5 Monument Ruan Dreyer 2017 9
6 Waterkloof Rohan Janse van Rensburg 2016 6
7 Garsfontein Embrose Papier 2018 1
8 Nelspruit Marnitz Boshoff 2014 4
9 Menlopark Rudolf Straeuli 1994 3
10 Marais Viljoen 0
# KWAZULU-NATAL LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Durban HS Alistair Hargreaves 2011 4
2 Kearsney Robert du Preez 2018 5
3 Maritzburg College Ntuthuko Mchunu 2022 17
4 Michaelhouse Ross Cronje 2017 4
5 Northwood Craig Davidson 2002 3
6 Westville Waylon Murray 2007 2
7 Hilton Bobby Skinstad 1997 6
8 Glenwood Jaden Hendrikse 2021 7
9 St Charles Mike Antelme 1960 1
10 Clifton 0
# EASTERN CAPE LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Queen’s Kaya Malotana 1999 5
2 Hudson Park Odwa Ndungane 2008 2
3 Nico Malan Hendrik Gerber 2001 1
4 St Andrew’s Ryan Kankowski 2009 12
5 Selborne Brent Russell 2002 6
6 Framesby Joggie Viljoen 1996 2
7 Grey HS Curwin Bosch 2017 15
8 Graeme Hennie le Roux 1993 2
9 Kingswood Rosko Specman 2021 8
10 Dale Aphelele Fassi 2021 11
11 Brandwag (EC) Carel Fourie 1974 3
12 Marlow Willie Meyer 1995 2
13 Pearson Hannes Strydom 1993 1
13 Daniel Pienaar Jacques Potgieter 2012 2
# CENTRAL REGION LAST SPRINGBOK YEAR TOTAL BOKS
1 Grey College Francois Venter 2016 47
2 Welkom Gim Lukas van Biljon 2001 3
3 Jim Fouche Jamba Ulengo 2016 1
4 Voortrekker (Beth) Hendro Scholtz 2002 3
5 Diamantveld Flippie van der Merwe 1981 2
6 Fichardtpark Lionel Mapoe 2017 1
7 Noord-Kaap 0
8 Trio Michael Claassens 2004 9
9 Witteberg 0
10 Goudveld 0
11 Sentraal Edrich Krantz 1976 4

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7 Comments

  1. avatar
    #7 Grasshopper

    @beet (Comment #4)
    Haha! Well Belgium just beat Portugal who were the underdog side of the WC, good players lost in poor national teams. Tommo Allan one of those…,

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    10 February, 2024 at 18:06
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    #6 Deon

    A very significant number if Bishops and SACS etc boys represented SA even before there was a SA and cannot be included here. Moreover , it was almost impossible for pupils of Afrikaans schools to make SA rugby and cricket at that time,

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    5 February, 2024 at 16:25
  3. avatar
    #5 Tang

    Wow – if you want to become a Springbok rugby player, go to school in Cape Town or Paarl!

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    5 February, 2024 at 10:14
  4. avatar
    #4 beet

    @Roger (Comment #3)
    I misread the requirement being SA Schools players who went on to represent other countries which is quite an exclusive list as opposed to player from schools in SA who have gone onto play intl rugby. The latter paves the way for Hopper to intro his Hungarian test player etc. 😀

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    3 February, 2024 at 12:53
  5. avatar
    #3 Roger

    @beet (Comment #2)
    too many – Dan Vickerman, Rhys Thomas, Hal Luscombe, Mike Catt, Brad Barritt, Matt Stephens, Paul Willemse, Scott Spedding, Pieter De Villiers, Rory Kockott, Allan Dell, Sebastian Negri, Roland de Marigny, WP Nel, Ollie Kebble, Kyle Steyn, David Ribbans, Jean Kleyn, Dion O’Cuinneagan – that’s just touching the surface !!

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    3 February, 2024 at 12:09
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    #2 beet

    @KatzRugga (Comment #1)
    Duhan vd Merwe
    Jaco vd Walt
    Pierre Schoeman
    CJ Stander
    Clyde Rathbone
    are ones that immediately come to mind

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    2 February, 2024 at 07:52
  7. avatar
    #1 KatzRugga

    SA. BORN INTERNATIONALS

    Nerd stuff. Would be fun and interesting to see boys from S.A Schools that has been internationally capped by other countries
    ReplyReply
    2 February, 2024 at 06:45

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