School Rugby fixtures & results – Easter Festivals 2024 – ending 01 April 2024

 

 

EASTER RUGBY FESTIVALS 2024
Day 1 : Thu 28-Mar-2024
09h00 BOL Worcester Gim 26-25 Rustenburg LEO Kearsney Easter R/F
10h20 VAL EG Jansen 59-07 Noord-Kaap GRQ Kearsney Easter R/F
11h40 EP Marlow 06-14 Glenwood KZN Kearsney Easter R/F
13h00 KZN Durban HS 21-00 Nico Malan EP Kearsney Easter R/F
14h20 KZN Kearsney 17-18 Framesby EP Kearsney Easter R/F
15h40 KZN Westville 10-31 Rondebosch WP Kearsney Easter R/F
Day 1 : Thu 28-Mar-2024
12h00 LIO St David’s 19-32 Falcon College ZIM St John’s Easter R/F
13h40 GRF Voortrekker (Beth) 21-31 Nelspruit PUM St John’s Easter R/F
14h50 LIO Noordheuwel 52-00 Golden Lions XV LIO St John’s Easter R/F
16h00 WP SACS 31-07 Graeme EP St John’s Easter R/F
17h10 KZN Hilton 57-00 St Benedict’s LIO St John’s Easter R/F
19h10 WP Boland Landbou 32-17 Maritzburg College KZN St John’s Easter R/F
20h20 LIO St John’s 17-17 Kingswood EP St John’s Easter R/F
Day 1 : Thu 28-Mar-2024
09h00 KZN Clifton 21-15 Northcliff LIO St Stithians Easter R/F
10h10 ENG Hartpury 2nd XV 10-22 St Alban’s BUL St Stithians Easter R/F
11h20 PUM Secunda 20-19 St Charles KZN St Stithians Easter R/F
12h30 LIO St Stithians 27-14 St Andrew’s EP St Stithians Easter R/F
13h40 ENG Hartpury 19-27 Marais Viljoen LIO St Stithians Easter R/F
14h50 KZN Michaelhouse 23-25 St John’s (Harare) ZIM St Stithians Easter R/F
16h00 LIO Helpmekaar 47-07 Diamantveld GRQ St Stithians Easter R/F
Day 2 : Sat 30-Mar-2024
07h40 EP Nico Malan 31-22 Noord-Kaap GRQ Kearsney Easter R/F
09h40 KZN Westville 18-11 Pearson EP Kearsney Easter R/F
10h20 EP Marlow 37-38 Worcester Gim BOL Kearsney Easter R/F
11h40 KZN Durban HS 45-00 Rustenburg LEO Kearsney Easter R/F
13h00 EP Framesby 17-22 Monument LIO Kearsney Easter R/F
14h20 VAL EG Jansen 20-08 Glenwood KZN Kearsney Easter R/F
15h40 KZN Kearsney 08-22 Rondebosch WP Kearsney Easter R/F
Day 1 : Sat 30-Mar-2024
08h00 BOR Hudson Park 12-06 Parktown LIO KES Easter R/F
09h15 KZN Northwood 50-00 Brandwag (EP) EP KES Easter R/F
10h30 LIM Ben Vorster 12-17 Eldoraigne BUL KES Easter R/F
11h45 BUL Pretoria BH 26-21 Selborne BOR KES Easter R/F
13h00 BOR Queen’s 06-47 Jeppe LIO KES Easter R/F
14h15 WP Bishops 47-24 Dale BOR KES Easter R/F
15h30 LIO KES 07-22 HJS Paarl BH WP KES Easter R/F
Day 2 : Sat 30-Mar-2024
08h20 GRF Voortrekker (Beth) 31-00 Golden Lions XV LIO St John’s Easter R/F
09h30 LIO St Benedict’s 00-29 Falcon College ZIM St John’s Easter R/F
10h40 EP Graeme 12-10 St David’s LIO St John’s Easter R/F
11h50 LIO Noordheuwel 40-18 Kingswood EP St John’s Easter R/F
14h10 LIO St John’s 13-38 Nelspruit PUM St John’s Easter R/F
15h20 KZN Maritzburg College 26-24 SACS WP St John’s Easter R/F
16h30 WP Boland Landbou 14-17 Hilton KZN St John’s Easter R/F
Day 2 : Sat 30-Mar-2024
08h30 LIO Marais Viljoen 06-05 St John’s (Harare) ZIM St Stithians Easter R/F
09h40 ENG Hartpury 2nd XV 10-23 Northcliff LIO St Stithians Easter R/F
10h50 BUL St Alban’s 16-22 St Charles KZN St Stithians Easter R/F
12h00 PUM Secunda 11-53 Diamantveld GRQ St Stithians Easter R/F
13h10 LIO Helpmekaar 40-13 Hartpury ENG St Stithians Easter R/F
14h20 KZN Michaelhouse 34-14 St Andrew’s EP St Stithians Easter R/F
16h00 LIO St Stithians 12-07 Clifton KZN St Stithians Easter R/F
Day 3 : Mon 01-Apr-2024
07h30 EP Marlow 30-26 Noord-Kaap GRQ Kearsney Easter R/F
08h50 LEO Rustenburg 13-22 Rondebosch WP Kearsney Easter R/F
10h10 EP Framesby 36-34 Worcester Gim BOL Kearsney Easter R/F
11h30 KZN Glenwood 12-19 Nico Malan EP Kearsney Easter R/F
13h00 KZN Durban HS 38-07 Pearson EP Kearsney Easter R/F
14h20 KZN Westville 25-22 Monument LIO Kearsney Easter R/F
15h40 KZN Kearsney 11-36 EG Jansen VAL Kearsney Easter R/F
Day 2 : Mon 01-Apr-2024
08h00 LIM Ben Vorster 00-38 Queen’s BOR KES Easter R/F
09h15 WP HJS Paarl BH 24-08 Pretoria BH BUL KES Easter R/F
10h30 KZN Northwood 40-08 Hudson Park BOR KES Easter R/F
11h45 BUL Eldoraigne 03-31 Selborne BOR KES Easter R/F
13h00 BOR Dale 23-15 Parktown LIO KES Easter R/F
14h15 LIO Jeppe 59-06 Brandwag (EP) EP KES Easter R/F
15h30 LIO KES 45-08 Bishops WP KES Easter R/F
Day 3 : Mon 01-Apr-2024
08h30 EP Graeme 50-10 St Benedict’s LIO St John’s Easter R/F
09h40 KZN Maritzburg College 24-07 Golden Lions XV LIO St John’s Easter R/F
10h50 WP Boland Landbou 59-00 Hans Moore VAL St John’s Easter R/F
12h00 EP Kingswood 35-10 St David’s LIO St John’s Easter R/F
14h00 LIO St John’s 38-21 Falcon College ZIM St John’s Easter R/F
15h10 KZN Hilton 32-17 Nelspruit PUM St John’s Easter R/F
16h20 LIO Noordheuwel 47-03 Voortrekker (Beth) GRF St John’s Easter R/F

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66 Comments

  1. avatar
    #66 garsieboy

    @Grizzly (Comment #64)
    Dit is die grootste probleem tot dusver ja. Ek hoop daar word baie gefokus daarop hierdie week by oefening veral by die verdediging in die middelveld.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 19:45
  2. avatar
    #65 Grizzly

    @boerboel (Comment #59)
    Kan enige kant toe maar dit lyk of julle n baie jong(gr 11) span het,so Oakdale met 7.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 19:16
  3. avatar
    #64 Grizzly

    @garsieboy (Comment #63)
    Die Bere sal beter moet verdedig,vernaam agter.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 19:14
  4. avatar
    #63 garsieboy

    @Snelvuur (Comment #62)
    Kyk ek dink nie hierdie jaar se span se agterlyn het daardie x-factor soos spanne in die verlede nie. Maar ek dink wel dit sal met elke game beter word en ek kry so gevoel erens gaan iets click en dinge gaan begin gebeur vir die span. Ons hou maar duim vas.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 18:52
  5. avatar
    #62 Snelvuur

    @garsieboy (Comment #60)
    Ek het gedink Garsfontein se agterlyn het by Noord-Suid beter as Affies s’n gelyk. My groot bekommernis as ‘n Garsfontein ondersteuner sou die skoppe pale toe wees. Affies se skopper is besonder akkuraat en Garsfontein se drie of vier gemiste skoppe pale toe is wat hulle teen HJS gekos het.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 17:17
  6. avatar
    #61 Strepie

    @garsieboy (Comment #60)
    Sterkte met Saterdag.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 16:43
  7. avatar
    #60 garsieboy

    @boerboel ek dink garsies het n sterk pak forwards ek dink nie ons het hulle beste gesien al hierdie jaar nie ek dink wel die agterspelers en veral die skakelpaar gaan hulle kant moet bring. As garsies genoeg gebiedsvoordeel kan he in die wedstryd en hulle game management biejtie opskerp verwag ek net goeie dinge.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 14:48
  8. avatar
    #59 boerboel

    @garsieboy (Comment #57)
    wie weet ek dink affies se forwards te sterk

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 13:44
  9. avatar
    #58 Jakes

    Well done EGJansen for winning all 3 games at Kearsney this long weekend. That is not easy. 3 games over a 6 day period. This weekend they travel to HTS Middelburg again. Hope the team will be okay after a bruising Kearsney festival. What a hectic schedule they still have ahead.

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    2 April, 2024 at 13:03
  10. avatar
    #57 garsieboy

    @boerboel (Comment #49)
    Ek is doodseker na die noord suid sal die garsie manne sake wil regstel en aan hulle self en die res van die land wil bewys dat hulle steeds n top 5 span kan wees selfs in n moeiliker jaar. So ek glo garsies gan hom deurtrek op hulle tuisveld en indien hulle verloor sal dit nie met meer as 5 punte wees nie.

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    2 April, 2024 at 12:52
  11. avatar
    #56 Snelvuur

    @Kantman (Comment #53)
    Gim en Oakdale is die twee groot gevaar wegwedstryde. Oakdale op Riversdal is ‘n perd van ‘n ander kleur en Gim lyk net duskant onstuitbaar sover hierdie jaar (al was hulle nog nie rerig teen ‘n topspan getoets nie).

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    2 April, 2024 at 11:40
  12. avatar
    #55 Snelvuur

    @Strepie (Comment #51)
    Ek is seker HJS is baie bly om Oakdale hierdie jaar liewer op Brugstraat as in Riversdal te gaan speel. Daai trippie wag vir PRG in Julie, en ek dink dit gaan ‘n bitter moeilike een hierdie jaar wees.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 11:38
  13. avatar
    #54 Kantman

    @Strepie (Comment #51)
    Baie moeilik om die een te voorspel.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 11:33
  14. avatar
    #53 Kantman

    @JongMatie (Comment #46)
    Paul Roos het lekker skedule wat mooi versprei is – met HJS en Grey tuis. Toffies kan wegwedstryde wees.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 11:32
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    #52 Asterix

    @JongMatie (Comment #48)
    For me the backline was exceptionally good in the first two games, They did struggle against Paul Roos but one might forgot it was raining in that game so it was not as easy for passing, and I am not always so sure we know how to play in rain when in Pretoria, obviously the competition was also very good so it was always going to be difficult. Against stellenberg the one centre of stellenberg was defending for his life and did make it difficult but the backline still scored some excellent tries.
    The forwards were playing well and the maul was going well, a team will always go for the easier route regarding what is working on the day.

    I am worried about the injury of the Affies centre in the last game not sure how serious that was, I think he could have been the surprised player for the year.
    Saturday is going to be interesting as Garsfontein have a lot of speed in the backline, Think it might be a close one as always.

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    2 April, 2024 at 10:29
  16. avatar
    #51 Strepie

    Klipharde styrd verwag die naweek in die Paarl.
    HJS vs Oakdale.
    Daar le nog baie harde werk die week vir die Bloutrein voor.
    Mag rugby die wenner aan die einde van die dag wees asook geen ernstige beserings nie.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 10:23
  17. avatar
    #50 JongMatie

    @boerboel (Comment #49)
    I beg to differ!!

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 10:10
  18. avatar
    #49 boerboel

    @Kantman (Comment #42)
    affies will beat them by 20 plus

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 10:07
  19. avatar
    #48 JongMatie

    Can someone tell me what on earth is lacking in the affies back line?
    They have fire power (on paper)

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 09:02
  20. avatar
    #47 JongMatie

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #44)
    Gone from a 15 man attractive brand of rugby to a typical old fashioned 10 man blue bulls style

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 09:01
  21. avatar
    #46 JongMatie

    @Smallies (Comment #45)
    Ons soek nog n ware toets, glo die eerste taai toffie sal teen Boishaai op die AF Markotter wees.

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 08:44
  22. avatar
    #45 Smallies

    @Kantman (Comment #42)
    Ja nee kyk my voorspelling is gegrond op geen huidige vorm nie dis pure gut feeling op die staduim

    ReplyReply
    2 April, 2024 at 07:30
  23. avatar
    #44 Kaya 85

    @Kantman (Comment #42)
    Garsfontein don’t have the same aura of 2022 and 23 teams.

    ReplyReply
    1 April, 2024 at 23:21
  24. avatar
    #43 Kantman

    @Kantman (Comment #41)
    The challenge for EG is long season …

    ReplyReply
    1 April, 2024 at 21:20
  25. avatar
    #42 Kantman

    @Smallies (Comment #40)
    On Saturday it is Affies vs Garsfontein. Garsies knows how to beat Affies. And they will believe they can beat Grey for the first time ever at WK. That is why I included them even after 2 losses.

    ReplyReply
    1 April, 2024 at 21:12
  26. avatar
    #41 Kantman

    @wanza_15 (Comment #39)
    KES seem to be getting stronger.
    Jeppe has the wind behind their sails.
    EG Jansen is a dark horse that have scrapped a win when needed.
    Monnas is Monnas – they will surprise when least expected.
    And then Helpmekaar is able to pull a rabbit out of the hat, but also snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
    Crazy exciting- my money is on EG/Jeppe from those for now.

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    1 April, 2024 at 21:08
  27. avatar
    #40 Smallies

    @wanza_15 (Comment #39)
    Nr 1 to four to be decided in August in the cape with nr 5 coming from noord vaal ,my money on Affies

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    1 April, 2024 at 21:05
  28. avatar
    #39 wanza_15

    @Kantman (Comment #35)
    Interesting post.
    I think at this point it’s easier to predict who WON’T be a part of the top 5 versus who actually will.
    I think we can almost eliminate some names;
    I don’t think KES can afford to lose another game if they’re truly in the conversation for a top 5 finish having lost already to Paarl Boys and GCB comfortably, and that’s a big ask, for them to beat Jeppe twice and Affies. Jeppe-KES first leg is on the 27th of April and i think we can almost certainly count them out if they lose. KES probably a 9th or 10th placed finish.
    EG Jansen look an interesting outfit and they too will get their chance against some heavy hitters in Paarl Gim and Monnas. I think they’ll lose to Paarl Gim and may trouble Monnas. I’ll reserve my prediction for that game until closer to the time.
    And then Jeppe too. We’ll have a clearer picture by the end of the month because Affies and KES games are both in April. If we can win them both then perhaps a top 5 finish could be on the cards. My modest prediction is that we probably end ranked between 5th and 7th..

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    1 April, 2024 at 20:13
  29. avatar
    #38 wanza_15

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #34)
    Hopefully they can kick on a little. I did notice it was a different looking Paarl Boys side but hey, you can only play what’s in front of you. They have another winnable game next week against St Albans. Maybe they can build a bit of momentum..

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    1 April, 2024 at 19:47
  30. avatar
    #37 wanza_15

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #33)
    I agree. Of course these fixture lists are done well in advance and now especially after the win against Grey, there are question marks around everyone we play now. Even next week’s opponents St Stithians. But yes generally I agree with all you say.

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    1 April, 2024 at 19:45
  31. avatar
    #36 Kaya 85

    Bishops very disappointing v KES. Home team totally dominant, the pack overwhelmed the visitors.

    ReplyReply
    1 April, 2024 at 19:07
  32. avatar
    #35 Kantman

    At this stage of the season there are a couple of contenders left for Top 5 at the and of the season. Their second quarter games are going to be huge – who remains and who has the toughest schedule to survive?

    KZN: Only DHS stand out for me. None from Eastern Cape
    Next games for DHS are Westville, Northwood, Maritzburg, St Charles, Oakdale, HJS, Michaelhouse.

    Noordvaal: A number of contenders – Affies, Garsfontein, EG Jansen, Jeppe, KES, Monnas
    Affies: Garsfontein, Paarl Gim, HJS, Oakdale, Grey, Jeppe, KES

    Garsfontein: Affies, Stellenberg, Grey, Waterkloof, Marais Viljoen, Menlo, Rustenburg
    EG Jansen: HTS Mid, Waterkloof, Monnas, Paarl Gim, Stellenberg, Marais Viljoen, Helpmekaar, Noordheuwel, Waterkloof
    Jeppe: St Stithians, Westville, KES, Graeme, St Andrews, Northwood, PBHS, Affies, Monnas
    KES: St Johns, Parktown, PBHS, Jeppe, St Benedicts, Westville, Affies (easiest?)
    Central only Grey: Kwaggas, Paarl Gim, Selborne, Maritzburg, Garsfontein, HJS, Affies, Monnas.
    Monnas: Helpmekaar, EG Jansen, PRG, Boland, Menlo, Noordheuwel, Grey, Marais Viljoen

    WC: Also a few still remaining. Boland, HJS, Oakdale, PRG, Paarl Gim, Rondebosch, Wynberg

    Boland: Paarl Gim, Bishops, Stellenberg, Helpmekaar, Monnas, Wynberg, SACS (their third quarter is brutal)
    HJS: Oakdale, Wynberg, PRG, Affies, DHS, Grey, Bishops, Rondebosch
    Oakdale: HJS, Stellenberg, Framesby, DHS, Affies, Charlies, Kwaggas, Paarl Gim (also a brutal third quarter).
    PRG: Rondebosch, HJS, Monnas, Maritzburg, SACS, Paarl Gim, Wynberg
    Paarl Gim: Boland, Affies, Grey, SACS, EG Jansen, Helpmekaar, Rondebosch, PRG, Oakdale
    Rondebosch: Milnerton, PRG, SACS, Melkbos, Wynberg, Paarl Gim, HJS, Bishops
    Wynberg: Durbanville, HJS, Grey High, Bishops, Rondebosch, Boland, PRG, SACS

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    1 April, 2024 at 18:59
  33. avatar
    #34 Kaya 85

    @wanza_15 (Comment #32)
    Pretoria will take encouragement from that resukt, though Paarl rested 8 big guns, I was told. There bench is still very impressive.

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    1 April, 2024 at 17:50
  34. avatar
    #33 Kaya 85

    Jeppe too strong for Brandwag. I don’t think these two teams should have been paired…Brandwag numbers must be fairly low, though skilful they looked the size of an u16 team. I’m not saying this to dis them…they tackled bravely…just at least 12 -15 kg per man lighter…

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    1 April, 2024 at 17:48
  35. avatar
    #32 wanza_15

    Pretoria Boys 8-24 Paarl Boys
    Jeppe 59-6 Brandwag
    KES 45-8 Bishops
    Westville 25-22 Monnas

    Westville probably stands out the most here. Good win for them. They were 22-0 up in fact at some stage.

    Dale also beat Parktown by about 12 I believe.

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    1 April, 2024 at 16:51
  36. avatar
    #31 boerboel

    @Trots HJS (Tandem) (Comment #27)
    yes not convincing- tough challenge vs Oakdale

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    1 April, 2024 at 13:23
  37. avatar
    #30 Grasshopper

    @Jakes (Comment #22)
    Massive, two big packs vs each other. I was still like, jeez that EG No3 is big, not just heavy but muscle-bound. I’ll be watching closely. Good luck!

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    1 April, 2024 at 12:20
  38. avatar
    #29 Rainier

    @Trots HJS (Tandem) (Comment #26)

    Dit voel of daar baie /17 spelers op 1ste span vlak meeding vanjaar.

    Kyk nou Nico Malan teen Glenwood en die helfte van die span is /17.

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    1 April, 2024 at 12:02
  39. avatar
    #28 Kaya 85

    8-O Naas very vocal at the Eldoraigne game on Saturday… trying to psych out the refs

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    1 April, 2024 at 11:22
  40. avatar
    #27 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    @Snelvuur (Comment #25)
    Everything you say is correct.
    I am however very hopeful that the team will rise to the occasion on Saturday.

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    1 April, 2024 at 10:50
  41. avatar
    #26 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    Paarl Boishaai 24- Pretoria Boys High 8.
    It was not a game to be remembered.
    Boishaai started with 9 grade 11 players.

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    1 April, 2024 at 10:47
  42. avatar
    #25 Snelvuur

    Very decent shift by Pretoria Boys against Paarl Boys this morning. Massive, massive improvement from the game against Gim. The score probably flatters Paarl Boys who were pretty poor – Oakdale looks a daunting task at the weekend.

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    1 April, 2024 at 10:27
  43. avatar
    #24 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #17)
    Ek verstaan ! Sterkte vir 06 April , dit gaan groot wedstryd wees !

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    31 March, 2024 at 15:32
  44. avatar
    #23 Jakes

    @Jakkals (Comment #21)
    Sien uit na die game teen Kearsney dat hul die borde sal verhang. Die hoofgame van die dag gaan baie goed wees. Ook EGJansen het amper nog nooit al 3 games op Kearsney gewen nie. Ek glo hul sal more daai rekord wil breek

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    31 March, 2024 at 12:01
  45. avatar
    #22 Jakes

    @Grasshopper (Comment #20)
    EGJansen play Monument 27th April in Noordvaal Cup and then they play Paarl Gim 02 May at Wildeklawer. That it going to be a tough week and real tests for their season.

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    31 March, 2024 at 11:59
  46. avatar
    #21 Jakkals

    @Jakes (Comment #18)
    Ja stem saam. Kan goeie jaar word as hulle al hoe beter speel. Was seker ook maar moeg na Noord/Suid en toe travel hiernatoe om Donderdag reeds te speel. Monnas was Donderdag al hier by Kearsney maar het nie gespeel…dalk ekstra dag gevra om te rus. Nie dat hulle juis goed gespeel het teen Framesby….Môre is dit Kearsney teen EG….na die Kisney klomp julle laajaar gewen het teen verwagting verwag ek n groot poging môre van Regard en sy manne.

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    31 March, 2024 at 11:15
  47. avatar
    #20 Grasshopper

    @Jakes (Comment #18)
    EG in 3rd gear, just need to get into next one, it will happen later in the season. Do you guys play Monnas, if so, that will be epic!

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    31 March, 2024 at 10:49
  48. avatar
    #19 Grasshopper

    @Jakkals (Comment #14)
    I wasn’t there but looked at the photos, the EG pack was far bigger than Glenwood. The EG No3 looks a beast. Glenwood very young so this is character building and a good result for them. I think they will end up Top40 this year which isn’t bad. Really missing Teddy, the massive prop who went to DHS…

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    31 March, 2024 at 10:48
  49. avatar
    #18 Jakes

    @Jakkals (Comment #14)
    EGJansen only had two games this year where they looked good against Kempton Park and NoordKaap. Otherwise all their games were just not flowing and looks like they struggling to find their rhythm as you said. A lot were expected about this team in 2024, but not showing it yet. But in 2023 last year was the same, poor start to the season, and their season really suddenly took off with some good wins later. The 2024 team also needs a kicker. They do not have a kicker as they do not convert tries. Yesterday 4 tries no conversations.

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    31 March, 2024 at 10:43
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    #17 Ploegskaar

    @Trots HJS (Tandem) (Comment #10)
    Ek los maar die trui vir manne wat wel in Landbou was, dit kan maar inklusief wees soms. Jou ondersteuning is welkom, solank jy jou bek hou. Ek het ook geen verlangde direkte kontak, of spesifiek verhouding met die huidige afrigters nie en help ook nie met “ander dinge” nie, vir die eerste keer in twee dekades. Nietemin ondersteun mens steeds, hetsy van ‘n afstand en die neutrale trui gee die vryheid om opinies te gee sonder trui assosiasie

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    31 March, 2024 at 09:34
  51. avatar
    #16 Ploegskaar

    @Kantman (Comment #9)
    Paar beserings en ‘n paar kombinasies getoets soos dit vir my lyk. Ek het my opinies oor spankeuses, struktuur, speelareas en wedstrydbestuur, maar ek is net ‘n oningeligte ondersteuner, so hoop die afrigters en spelers kan dinge gou regstel. 6 April wag Gim

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    31 March, 2024 at 09:27
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    #15 Favourite

    Glenwood en Secunda se rugby is baie op en af vanjaar. Ek wonder wat is die rede. Groen masjien was altyd hard en taai. Secunda het laasjaar ook ‘n lekker span gehad.

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    31 March, 2024 at 08:21
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    #14 Jakkals

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #11)
    That score is the other way around….EGJ won. But Glenwood did put up a brave fight. However I got the feeling EGJ were struggling to find a rythm….to be honest I haven’t seen them play as well as people have been talking them up since last year. Hope they reach their potential.

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    31 March, 2024 at 06:31
  54. avatar
    #13 Kaya 85

    @Trots HJS (Tandem) (Comment #5)
    Powerful pack, confident slick backs, 14 for Paarl very quick and smart. But I was surprised that KES’ lighter pack, despite taking a few early scrum poundings from the ‘trekker’ call, …that the KES tight five outworked and neutralized Paarl (2nd half score only 3-0). KES’ back play very disappointing, didn’t have a midfield threat. Two late first half tries enough to clinch it, very fast recycling after a long range break through the centre.

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    31 March, 2024 at 02:08
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    #12 Kaya 85

    Very glad to see Noordheuwel dispense with Kingswood. DHS over Rustenburg so convincingly genuinely surprises me…I hope they are at Wildeklawer again this year.

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    31 March, 2024 at 02:00
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    #11 Kaya 85

    Glenwood must be pretty strong.

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    31 March, 2024 at 01:57
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    #10 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #6)
    Wat het geword van jou Landbou trui ?

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    30 March, 2024 at 21:59
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    #9 Kantman

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #6)
    Geluk aan Hilton. Sien daar was veranderinge in die beginspan. Dink dit gaan tyd neem om te gel.

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    30 March, 2024 at 20:22
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    #8 Kantman

    @Trots HJS (Tandem) (Comment #5)
    Harde rugby, goeie wen in die Noorde.

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    30 March, 2024 at 20:18
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    #7 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    Any other scores available ?

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    30 March, 2024 at 20:17
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    #6 Ploegskaar

    Congratulations to Hilton, deserved winners today. Landbou were unfortunately out-coached and outplayed today by a mature and patient side that played low risk rugby and made far less mistakes

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    30 March, 2024 at 18:22
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    #5 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    Paarl Boishaai 22 – KES 7

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    30 March, 2024 at 17:08
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    #4 Kaya 85

    @Pamos (Comment #1)
    Not so fast….lots of teams can win ‘on the day’, that’s part of the attraction of SBR

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    30 March, 2024 at 07:32
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    #3 Kaya 85

    @Beet
    Can u confirm that the Bishops v Dale kickoff is 2.15pm, I.e. the main curtain raiser…previous schedules had the Jeppe game as curtain raiser with Bishops much earlier

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    30 March, 2024 at 07:31
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    #2 Kaya 85

    Well done to St Stithians for inviting Hartpury.

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    30 March, 2024 at 07:22
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    #1 Pamos

    I guess the Voortrekker result has made their season and now they are on a downward spiral.. Sad to see that they could not compose themselves and carry on playing the way they did. Maybe this result would bring them down to earth a little.

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    29 March, 2024 at 02:07

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