School Rugby fixtures & results – week ending 11 May 2024

School Rugby fixtures & results – week ending 11 May 2024
Sat.11May KZN Clifton 12-36 St Charles KZN
Sat.11May KZN Maritzburg College 24-17 Michaelhouse KZN
Sat.11May KZN Kearsney 22-34 Westville KZN
Sat.11May KZN Northwood 08-40 Jeppe LIO
Sat.11May BOL Drostdy 25-23 Durbanville WP
Sat.11May BOL Robertson 28-35 Worcester Gim BOL
Sat.11May BOL Charlie Hofmeyr 27-26 Oakdale 2nd XV WP Oakdale 2nds
Sat.11May BOL Piketberg 15-28 Hopefield BOL
Sat.11May WP Stellenberg 25-19 Bishops WP
Sat.11May WP Wynberg 10-32 Boland Landbou WP
Sat.11May WP SACS 10-28 Paul Roos WP
Sat.11May WP Rondebosch 12-19 Paarl Gim WP
Sat.11May WP Bellville 32-29 Hugenote BOL
Sat.11May WP Brackenfell 19-15 Strand WP
Sat.11May WP DF Malan 22-16 Punt SWD
Sat.11May WP Tygerberg 20-19 Melkbosstrand WP
Sat.11May WP Milnerton 55-12 Parel Vallei WP
Sat.11May BOL Overberg 19-07 Hermanus BOL
Sat.11May BOR Port Rex 21-38 Dale BOR
Sat.11May EP St Andrew’s 66-12 Cambridge BOR
Sat.11May EP Graaff-Reinet VS 18-00 Graeme EP
Sat.11May EP Marlow 27-31 Nico Malan EP
Sat.11May EP Daniel Pienaar 19-47 Framesby EP
Sat.11May EP Kingswood 33-00 Brandwag (EP) EP
Sat.11May EP Grey HS 15-05 Queen’s BOR
Sat.11May BOR Hudson Park 33-10 Hangklip BOR NV Bowl
Sat.11May BUL Eldoraigne 30-30 Dr Malan VAL NV Bowl
Sat.11May LEO Potch Volkskool 43-17 Alberton LIO NV Bowl
Sat.11May LEO Potch Gim 62-24 Randburg LIO NV Bowl
Sat.11May BUL Waterkloof 47-36 Garsfontein BUL NV Cup
Sat.11May LIO Noordheuwel 40-34 Rustenburg LEO NV Cup
Sat.11May LIO Helpmekaar 72-19 Nelspruit PUM NV Cup
Sat.11May LIO Monument 59-25 Menlopark BUL NV Cup
Sat.11May VAL EG Jansen 32-08 Marais Viljoen LIO NV Cup
Sat.11May BUL Oos-Moot 43-31 Montana BUL NV Plate
Sat.11May PUM Middelburg 24-31 HTS Middelburg PUM NV Plate
Sat.11May PUM Ligbron 35-43 Transvalia VAL NV Plate
Sat.11May VAL Kempton Park 34-26 Zwartkop BUL NV Plate
Sat.11May LIM Pietersburg 10-41 Wesvalia LEO NV Shield
Sat.11May VAL Hugenote (Springs) 41-31 Secunda PUM NV Shield
Sat.11May VAL Die Anker 57-15 Ben Vorster LIM NV Shield
Sat.11May VAL Jeugland 29-34 Heidelberg VS VAL NV Shield
Sat.11May BUL Pretoria BH 17-29 Hilton KZN
Sat.11May LEO Lichtenburg 12-07 Klerksdorp LEO
Sat.11May LIO St John’s 80-03 St Andrew’s School FS
Sat.11May LIO St Stithians 15-23 Parktown LIO
Sat.11May LIO Northcliff 25-27 St Alban’s BUL
Sat.11May LIO St Benedict’s 03-75 KES LIO
Sat.11May VAL Springs 19-34 St David’s LIO
Sat.11May FS Sentraal 12-32 Jim Fouche FS Wesgrow SSS
Sat.11May GRF Witteberg 52-00 Goudveld GRF Wesgrow SSS
Sat.11May FS Grey College 40-28 HJS Paarl BH WP
Sat.11May FS Fichardtpark 12-13 Landboudal FS
Sat.11May GRF Hentie Cilliers 12-37 Voortrekker (Beth) GRF
Sat.11May GRF Trio 17-17 Welkom Gim GRF
Sat.11May GRQ Noord-Kaap 07-71 Diamantveld GRQ
Sat.11May GRQ Upington 15-17 Duineveld GRQ

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218 Comments

  1. avatar
    #218 Tang

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #216)
    I agree – PBHS have been huge under achievers over the last few years. A more efficient approach would see rugby results improve significantly.

    ReplyReply
    14 May, 2024 at 14:14
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    #217 Kaya 85

    @Vleis (Comment #210)
    Good insights…Northcliff could be the next Noordheuwel…gee their names are basically identical come to think if it….

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 18:36
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    #216 Kaya 85

    @Tang (Comment #215)
    Yes…even this year they have some big impressive players…they’re just off the pace by a second or so, and not extremely cohesive, almost like amateurs (in the best sense) playing for love…they don’t have to necessarily recruit like crazy, but they could take their rugby to another level. I’ve had personal connection to the school, so I think it’s still a fantastic institution of learning.

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    13 May, 2024 at 18:33
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    #215 Tang

    IS IT STIFF UPPER LIP OR FEAR OF CHANGE?

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #189)
    Do you think it’s a case of keep the stiff upper lip? I think it’s a fear of breaking or altering what PBHS stands for. PBHS have been incredibly slow to react to the changing nature of school boy rugby.

    If you look at PBHS rugby since 1920, the average win rate per season is between 55% and 60% (the traditional annual rivals and cup fixtures have changed significantly per decade). Since 2014, PBHS have had one first team who have been within the historical average – 2023 (56% win rate). BTW – PBHS have a shocking historical record against Hilton. They have three wins out of 11 games. The last win coming in 1999. The first fixture against Hilton was in 1923 (a decade before playing KES, Jeppe, etc).

    I do find it amusing that Hilton avoided Boys High in their dark rugby days but since the new rugby era has dawned, they have seemingly found a new vigour to play Boys High annually.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 16:06
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    #214 Hanswors

    #212 Vleis BAIE dankie vir jou moeite!!

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 15:45
  6. avatar
    #213 OudAffie

    HTS MIDDELBURG TEEN HOëRSKOOL MIDDELBURG

    @VLEIS, Daar moet seker meer wedstryde tussenin wees? Maar ek het ook daai tellings van jou gesien.
    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 15:01
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    #212 Vleis

    @Hanswors (Comment #205)
    As far as I am aware, it is as follows:
    1935: Middelburg won 16-6

    1945: Middelburg won 10-8

    1950: Draw

    1950: HTS won 9-3

    1963: HTS won 11-0

    1964: Middelburg won 8-3

    1965: Middelburg won 3-0

    1966: Middelburg won 11-6

    1969: HTS won 12-5

    1976: HTS won 11-9

    1977: Middelburg won 10-6

    1978: Middelburg won 12-3

    1979: Draw 4-4

    1983: Middelburg won 31-3

    1987: Draw 13-13

    1989: HTS won 13-4

    2009: Middelburg won 33-10

    2010: HTS won 25-10

    2011: HTS won 21-18

    2012: HTS won 30-27

    2013: HTS won 29-16

    2014: HTS won 44-12

    2015: HTS won 41-26

    2016: HTS won 67-6 and 67-20

    2017: HTS won 10-5

    2022: Middelburg 31-15

    2023: Middelburg 21-3

    2024: HTS won 31-24

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:49
  8. avatar
    #211 Vleis

    @tzavosky (Comment #209)
    Thanks.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:28
  9. avatar
    #210 Vleis

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #187)
    Yep, a tight win for St Alban’s at Northcliff. That said, I won’t be surprised when the Northcliff 1st XV win does eventually happen for two reasons:
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    1. All the “Saints” schools have declined a little in the past five years, partly as the strength of their opposition (other than St John’s) has declined – e.g. they no longer play PBHS, KES and Jeppe (mostly just one of the three); they now play Springs, Cornwall Hill , Heronbridge, Northcliff, etc.
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    2. Having said that, Northcliff, which was always pretty decent for a Jhb co-ed school, has upped their rugby program even further via good coaching and a stronger fixture list. They are now hammering other co-ed schools that used to give them close games – e.g Sutherland last weekend. Remember that Northcliff has produced the two Tshituka brothers and Darrien Landsberg.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:28
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    #209 tzavosky

    @Vleis (Comment #207)
    Jason Vers was signed by the EP Kings and played for them, but we know what happened to the Kings. Seems he just quietly disappeared.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:25
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    #208 Cappie

    Waar kan ons die tellings kry van al die wedstryde wat gespeel is tussen Grey en die Paarl Seuns? Baie geluk aan Grey se A-spanne wat lyk my almal gewen het.

    Baie geluk aan Lichtenburg met julle wen teen Klerksdorp. Verlede jaar ook gewen.

    Ook ‘n goeie wen vir Waterkloof teen Garsies. Affies sal nog so bietjie moet wag voordat hulle kan aanspraak maak op die titel van Pretoria. Hule sal eers teen Waterkloof moet wen.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:20
  12. avatar
    #207 Vleis

    @Smallies (Comment #203)
    Maybe I’ll attend that derby one day, as Graaf-Reinet is a beautiful town…and my wife’s aunt is from there.

    @tzavosky (Comment #204)
    Yes, I remember the blogger on the other forum also commenting on Jason – I wonder where he is now?

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:11
  13. avatar
    #206 Vleis

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #202)
    Yeah, that seems about right.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 14:07
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    #205 Hanswors

    Kan enige iemand help met die geskiedenis/statistiek van die uitslae van die kragmetings tussen HTS Middelburg en Middelburg Hoerskool sedert 1975? Net eerste span sal goed wees.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 10:41
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    #204 tzavosky

    @Vleis (Comment #201)
    Union had a brilliant flyhalf, Jason Vers, who was the sole Union representative in the EPCD Craven week side in 2013. BoishaaPa commented about him after that match, I remember.

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 08:59
  16. avatar
    #203 Smallies

    @Vleis (Comment #201)
    Ja that Union ,Volkskool match is a big one…

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 05:30
  17. avatar
    #202 Kaya 85

    @Vleis (Comment #201)
    Wow…an impressive result.
    According to Beet’s archive
    In 2013, HJS Paarl 21 – 19 Union

    ReplyReply
    13 May, 2024 at 02:08
  18. avatar
    #201 Vleis

    @Smallies (Comment #172)
    @Kantman (Comment #162)

    There is a big annual derby in Graaf-Reniet between Volkskool (Dutchies) and Union (Souties), which is over 100 years old. I seem to remember that the overall win/loss ratio is in favour of Volkskool, but not by a massive margin, so the fixture is mostly competitive. I believe that the whole town comes to a standstill, so a large crowd attends the rugby.

    About ten years ago (on another rugby blog) a blogger said that his dad was Union’s 1st XV coach. His dad believed that the Union 1st team would be good that year, so he wanted to test them against strong opposition early in the season. Given that Union is a tiny school (30 boys per grade) with only two open teams, I was very surprised when he said that they planned to travel down to Paarl to take on the HJS 1st XV! 8-O A week later, I was even more surprised to hear that they’d only lost by a point or two to the mighty HJS! 8-O 8-O

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    12 May, 2024 at 23:12
  19. avatar
    #200 tzavosky

    @Hanswors (Comment #193)
    Ek vermoed die huisvader het “disappearing messages mode” aangeskakel..

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 21:56
  20. avatar
    #199 Garsieoldboy

    @Wondermaar (Comment #198)
    dreamteam? hoe is die span van die jaar geklassifiseer as n dreamteam? en waar het jy gehoor iemand het hulle dit “gedoop” voor die seisoen begin het? hulle sal terug bounce, daaroor hoef jy darem nie bekommerd te wees nie.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 21:40
  21. avatar
    #198 Wondermaar

    Shame, uit my hart uit kry ek vir Garsfontein jammer. Agtog!!! wat het verkeerd gegaan met die DREAMTEAM?????

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 21:04
  22. avatar
    #197 Smallies

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #196)
    Jis its a bloody frustration….

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 19:32
  23. avatar
    #196 Kaya 85

    @Smallies (Comment #195)
    In sy *moer koffie in

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 19:27
  24. avatar
    #195 Smallies

    @Hanswors (Comment #193)
    Op parafin wifi vanaand seacom is blykbaar oppiekoffie

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 19:13
  25. avatar
    #194 OUD ANKER

    @Hanswors (Comment #196)
    Jou nar!!!🤣

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 18:09
  26. avatar
    #193 Hanswors

    Ek weet nie of dit net ek is nie maar ek kom agter hier is n paar manne wat se air time op is..

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 18:01
  27. avatar
    #192 Smallies

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #190)
    Biggest balls award: McLaren Grey

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 15:27
  28. avatar
    #191 beet

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #190)
    Good stuff Kaya.
    I felt like Rusties got snubbed at this awards ceremony :lol:

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 15:17
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    #190 Kaya 85

    Full throttle Awards:
    1. Eldoraigne and Dr Malan
    2. Ligbron and Transvalia (going for glory gladiators)
    3. Oos-moot and Montana (big barney behind the mountains)

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    12 May, 2024 at 14:25
  30. avatar
    #189 Kaya 85

    Fighting spirit:
    Springs Boys (rugby culture taking hold)
    St Benedicts (bravely avoided a century)
    Brandwag (E Cape) (battling for numbers but steadfast in spirit)
    Pretoria Boys (if they get more organized they will destroy Hilton…DE-Stroy).
    Kearsney (keep the stiff upper lip chaps)

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    12 May, 2024 at 14:21
  31. avatar
    #188 Kaya 85

    Spectacular wins for:
    Diamantveld (sparkling diamonds)
    Voortrekker (going places)
    Witteberg (Bethlehem flexing)
    St John’s (found their whipping boys)
    Heidelberg Volkskool (on a steady upward trajectory, like the ’80s)
    Die Anker (another milestone…)
    Hugenote (East rand maul)
    Wesvalia (they mean business)
    Monnas (their real season has started)
    Helpmekaar (destructive thunderstorm)
    Potch Gim (on a good day, they can play)
    Noordheuwel (climbing, climbing)

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 14:17
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    #187 Kaya 85

    Solid wins (maybe not spectacular…but still) for:
    St Charles (Clifton are their puppies)
    Nico Malan
    Duineveld (pls remind me where are they from?)
    Landboudal (Kanaalape?)
    Lichtenburg (another tight tough game)
    St Albans (almost co-ed blushes)
    Hudson (love the struggle)

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 14:10
  33. avatar
    #186 Kaya 85

    @Snelvuur (Comment #182)
    And Tuks effectively gets advertising on 80% of the best swimmers in SA’s swimcaps…and tracksuits.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 13:19
  34. avatar
    #185 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #184)
    Ons maak maar net seker dat Grey Bloem, Paarl HJS, Gimmies, Boland Landbou, Garsies, Affies, Bishops ensovoorts Paul Roos en Stellenbosch standaarde kan probeer handhaaf. Grey, Gim, HJS Paarl ens kan nie sommer net op Universiteit Paul Roos klere dra nie. Dis darem maar ‘n te groot skuif op Stellenbosch toe, veral vir die Paarl en Bloem ouens, Boere Orkes en al.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 12:38
  35. avatar
    #184 Smallies

    @Snelvuur (Comment #182)
    Ja maar Maties se aansoek vorms le mos in PRG se kantoor 🤣🤣 julle staan mos nie verniet bekend as die jong Maties nie ….

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    12 May, 2024 at 11:22
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    #183 Smallies

    @Snelvuur (Comment #182)
    Dis darrem in die selde streek en baie kids van Bloemfontein gaan na die Puk toe ….hierdie is bietjie way out….,kovsies bou seker aan n nuwe generasie Varsity cup speler

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    12 May, 2024 at 11:20
  37. avatar
    #182 Snelvuur

    @Smallies (Comment #181)
    NWU borg weer Grey College (wat langs UFS sit, soos jy weet) se hokkie astro. Die universiteite probeer maar oral studente werf. Dis maar net UCT en Maties se logos wat jy nie oral by skolesport gepleister sien nie (waarvan ek weet nie).

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    12 May, 2024 at 11:17
  38. avatar
    #181 Smallies

    Maar nog niemand in die Kaap kan my se hoe is dit dat die Kovsies een van die top O 16 spanne in die kaap en sekerlik die land borg nie….

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 11:14
  39. avatar
    #180 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #178)
    Ja nee goed gaan daar ,gaan nou die hond loop ding doen daarna vuurtjie …regte SA hardekool vuurtjie, self gesaag en gekloof 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    12 May, 2024 at 10:04
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    #179 Wonder

    @garsieboy (Comment #118)
    Great comeback gewees. Sal lekker wees om die heelagter eerder op losskakel te sien vir ‘n volle wedstryd. Geluk aan al Garsies se ander spanne wat almal gewen het.

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    12 May, 2024 at 10:03
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    #178 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #177)
    Einste. Ek glo ons almal het al so ‘n klip in hulle lewens gehad en tydelik soos hy gevoel. Mooi dag vir jou.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 09:59
  42. avatar
    #177 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #176)
    Daai donnerse klip….

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 09:47
  43. avatar
    #176 Deon

    @Sisyphus1866 (Comment #166)
    Sisyphus :lol: , wat ‘n naam. Hoop nie jy voel werklik soos Sisyphus nie.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 09:45
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    #175 Middies pa

    ROOIBULLE VS MIDDIES

    Geluk aan die Rooibulle. Julle het die wen verdien. Middies tel koppe op, die seisoen is nog lank.
    Geluk aan al Middies se ander eerste spanne.
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    12 May, 2024 at 09:31
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    #174 Kaya 85

    @Sisyphus1866 (Comment #166)
    Naas is Baas

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 06:51
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    #173 kantako

    @tzavosky (Comment #167)
    Jys reg. Ek onthou hy was baie groot vir n agterspeler gewees.
    Daai jare was die Merensky manne maar snaaks gewees, ek dink hulle het van Middelburg se wereld gekom.
    Steeds 2 baie mooi skole BV en Merensky.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 06:37
  47. avatar
    #172 Smallies

    @Kantman (Comment #162)
    Goeie skool in n Pragtige dorp vol geskiedenis

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 06:26
  48. avatar
    #171 tzavosky

    @Mate (Comment #169)
    Jip. Sy vrou het ‘n onderhoof pos by BV gekry.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 06:24
  49. avatar
    #170 Bert

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #136)
    Forwards did very well against Garsfontein’s very capable pack.

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 05:19
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    #169 Mate

    @tzavosky (Comment #160)
    Frikkie Spangenberg was ook eers by Monnas voor hy Noordheuwel toe gegaan het

    ReplyReply
    12 May, 2024 at 03:10
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    #168 tzavosky

    @kantako (Comment #165)
    Ja, die Ben Vorster-Merensky verhouding is maar ‘n funny storie, waaroor ek nie hier sal wil uitbrei nie. Maar as ek en jy eendag privaat is, sal ek my teorie daaroor vir jou gee.

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    12 May, 2024 at 00:03
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    #167 tzavosky

    @kantako (Comment #165)
    Daai outjie was van Gr1 af saam met my oudste dogter, regtig ‘n talentvolle speler, en soos jy weet in Gr11 die SA Skolespan gehaal. Tussen toe en 2013 het hy op ‘n dikvreet, skuus, dieet gegaan om gewig op te tel omdat hy gedink het hy is te klein. Totaal ander speler gewees van toe af – lomp, stadig, edm.
    Ek het die Limpopo coaches goed geken en vir hulle gesê hy behoort nie Cravenweek te speel nie, maar hulle het gehoop hy sou op reputasie gekies word. Die res was soort van geskiedenis. Ek weet regtig nie wat van hom geword het nie, maar ek sou hom nie gekontrakteer het op sy matriek vorm nie – ek glo “he simply couldn’t cut it”.

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    11 May, 2024 at 23:54
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    #166 Sisyphus1866

    NAAS BARS SEKER VAN TROTS

    Ek sien Eldoraigne het nie vandag verloor nie. :lol:
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    11 May, 2024 at 23:49
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    #165 kantako

    @tzavosky (Comment #160)
    Dankie vir die inligting, ek het net gehoor daar is b sterk Monument konneksie nou by die afrigters/hoof.

    Rumour has it, die buurskool Merensky (pragtige skool) het daai jaar in 2013 n brief van gelukwensing aan Die Anker gestuur na die BV oorwinning.

    Wat het geword van daardie SA skole senter? Ek het hom so bietjie by die jong bulle gesien op wing en toe verdwyn hy soos mis voor die son.

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    11 May, 2024 at 22:58
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    #164 OUD ANKER

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #148)
    Groot wen vir die Rooi Bulle oor die groen aarts vyande!

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 22:58
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    #163 OUD ANKER

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #137)
    I must say the Waterkloof win over Garsfontein to me was a big surprise. I thought that Waterkloof was a banana peel for Garsfontein, but never expected that score line…Die Anker also surprised me, I was joking and big mouth more in hope than actual expectation…

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    11 May, 2024 at 22:55
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    #162 Kantman

    @Smallies (Comment #155)
    Moes Volkskool gaan google – bly ek het

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 21:45
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    #161 Ploegskaar

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #157)
    Some good coaches there hey 😎

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 21:38
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    #160 tzavosky

    @kantako (Comment #145)
    Ja, ek onthou daai verloor teen Die Anker in 2013, die manne was redelik verleë daaroor. En ek moet sê die SA Skole senter (2012) was nie ‘n skadu van die speler wat hy in vorige jare was nie.

    BV se 1ste span word afgerig deur Frikke Spangenberg (voorheen by Noordheuwel) en die huidige skoolhoof, Mnr Jan van Staden, wat wel voorheen by Monnas was. Hans Coetzee wat lank by Monnas was, rig die o14’s af so ver ek weet.

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    11 May, 2024 at 21:36
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    #159 tzavosky

    @Smallies (Comment #143)
    Soos jy nou al seker gesien het, 57-15, ‘n redelike slagting!
    Wat darem positief is, al BV se ander spanne het gewen, behalwe die o15B en 016B’s.

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 21:26
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    #158 Surgite

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #125)
    Cheers!

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 21:25
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    #157 Kaya 85

    Diamantveld on Fire

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    11 May, 2024 at 21:15
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    #156 4×4

    Lyk of Garsies elke wedstryd eers in die 2de helfde begin speel. Die Bere is in hibernasie die eerste helfde. Nie Garsies se beste jaar tot dusver nie, maar die Noorvaal Beker word nie in Mei gewen nie! Baie geluk Kloof met julle oorwinning vandag…well deserved!

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    11 May, 2024 at 21:09
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    #155 Smallies

    Ek weet dis nou nie die top span in die land nie maar n Skool wie se rugby program baie mooi ontwikkel is Graaf Reinette Volkskool…n paar jaar gelede het hulle nog gereeld verloor teen Aliwal Noord en nou speel hulle teen van die beter skole in die Oos kaap en wen hulle ,well done volkies julle beweeg in die regte rigting

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:47
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    #154 beet

    The Kearsney vs Westville game was over as a contest quite early on with Ville building a handy three try lead and showing a their ability to attack and finish from anywhere on the park. Their forwards also seemed to shave Kearsney up front.
    At one stage the score was 34-3 to Ville. It had the potential to get worse. Just like last year’s game, Kearsney made a good fightback and scored the last three tries.
    The KC backline players that came off the bench looked more confident that the starters.
    Veenstra is a top tackler. I would have liked to start him at 13 with Madat at 10. But the truth is KC needed a few Veenstras to contain Ville today. Needless to say the Ville 13 Satade had a good day which included breaking tackles.

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:34
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    #153 beet

    @Hanswors (Comment #150)
    A 6-flank playing for the HTSM Rooibulle. HUGE boots to fill. The school should retire that jersey. :mrgreen:

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:25
  67. avatar
    #152 Hanswors

    Waterkloof het baie goeie rugby gespeel vandag. Baie goeie wen teen die bure….eerste een in elf jaar!

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:24
  68. avatar
    #151 beet

    I watched Rondebosch vs Paarl Gim.
    Felt like an even match in most respects but Gim definitely left points on the Tinkie Heyns – ball dropped over the line in the process of dotting down, ball ruled as knock on in the process of scoring, three reasonably easy kicks missed.
    First two tries by Gim were off the charts good and started from deep inside their own half from turnovers. I think the Bosch supporters will be disappointed with Freek de Kock’s brilliant opener as several would-be tacklers looked like they were playing touch instead of tackle rugby.
    Lots of yellow cards in this game. At one stage Gim played against 13 Bosch players. I don’t think Gim scored but not an idea situation for SBR.

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:24
  69. avatar
    #150 Hanswors

    Wat n wedstryd in Middelburg vandag….my span het ongelukkig bietjie houe gevat vandag daar. Die 6 flank van HTSMiddelburg was warm!

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    11 May, 2024 at 20:22
  70. avatar
    #149 agter_die_pale_pa

    Bly vir MC en Drostdy, persoonlike konneksies.
    Waterkloof bly steeds bou aan n baie mooi seisoen.
    Bly vir PGim hul kon die piesangskil dodge.
    Nie elke dag wat iemand 40 HJS skryf nie, ongeag hul seisoen.
    Menlo was tot 1 minuut voor HT nog voor teen Monnas, bly bou na 2023 se chaos.
    Nog n goeie wen vir my span vd jaar sover, Wesvalia van Kld.

    Volgende naweek wag die 2 wedstryde wat 2024 sal definieer.

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:55
  71. avatar
    #148 Kaya 85

    HTS Middelburg!!!

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:45
  72. avatar
    #147 Ploegskaar

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #140)
    Played to potential today, physically, patience and accuracy was good. Also had better attitude on D. It’s just a restart though….let’s see how they go from here

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 19:33
  73. avatar
    #146 Ploegskaar

    @Kantman (Comment #139)
    👌🏻

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:31
  74. avatar
    #145 kantako

    @Smallies (Comment #143)
    Anker het 50 punte Ben Vorster gesit. Dit is volgens my kennis die 2de keer wat Die Anker se 1ste span teen Ben Vorster speel en die 2de keer dat Die Anker wen.

    In 2013 het Die Anker in die hoofwedstryd op Glenwood se veld op toer n baie goeie Ben Vorster span gewen met SA skole senter in gewen.

    Het Ben Vorster nie vanjaar die 2 Monnas legende afrigters nie ?

    Dinge gebeur in Brakkies.

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:30
  75. avatar
    #144 Kantman

    Well done to Charlies and Stellenberg!

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:27
  76. avatar
    #143 Smallies

    @tzavosky (Comment #142)
    Wat was die score

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 19:12
  77. avatar
    #142 tzavosky

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #137)
    With that score you owe @Oud Anker a case of beer!

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    11 May, 2024 at 19:08
  78. avatar
    #141 Kaya 85

    Very Good wins for Monnas and Helpies

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    11 May, 2024 at 18:52
  79. avatar
    #140 Kaya 85

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #120)
    Impressive

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 18:43
  80. avatar
    #139 Kantman

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #120)
    Geluk

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 18:36
  81. avatar
    #138 Smallies

    @JeppeZimD (Comment #134)
    Ja St Andrews for all their top class facilities do not play in the top competitions in the Freestate. They very seldom have Craven week players,they do however regularly contribute to the Kiewiete side wich is like Freestate country districts who compete at the VKB week

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    11 May, 2024 at 18:19
  82. avatar
    #137 Kaya 85

    @Oud Anker
    Beer on me…your boys rocked and sunk Ben Vorster

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    11 May, 2024 at 18:13
  83. avatar
    #136 Kaya 85

    @Bert (Comment #132)
    Big statement from Waterkloof…their supporters have been quietly confident all year…it’s a surprise but the more i think about it, we shouldn’t be that surprised. How did the scrum go?

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    11 May, 2024 at 18:07
  84. avatar
    #135 Kaya 85

    @wanza_15 (Comment #131)
    Yeah they played the full 70…Bennies fought hard to keep the score down, KES rested their whole front row, plus star fly half…

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    11 May, 2024 at 18:03
  85. avatar
    #134 JeppeZimD

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #52)

    A bit shocked by St John’s blowing away St Andrews school 82-5……

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    11 May, 2024 at 17:48
  86. avatar
    #133 Palma

    Dale 38-21 Port Rex. Massive heart from Port Rex today

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    11 May, 2024 at 17:12
  87. avatar
    #132 Bert

    Waterkloof a top ten team this year.

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 16:55
  88. avatar
    #131 wanza_15

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #130)
    I mean did they play the entire 70 mins or did the ref call it early?

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 16:36
  89. avatar
    #130 Kaya 85

    @wanza_15 (Comment #128)
    The game went ahead as scheduled…I think St Benedicts use another media company to stream their games

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 16:31
  90. avatar
    #129 Kaya 85

    @JeppeZimD (Comment #115)
    @wanza_15 (Comment #117)
    Powerful performance from Jeppe!!

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:29
  91. avatar
    #128 wanza_15

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #126)
    Did the game get stopped?
    Doesn’t look like it was on SS Schools

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:29
  92. avatar
    #127 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #124)
    Dankie Smallies. Sommer gou gekyk. Dis mooi drieë wat Gimmies gedruk het, veral die eerste een.

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:22
  93. avatar
    #126 Kaya 85

    KES 75 – 3 St Benedicts

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:22
  94. avatar
    #125 Kaya 85

    @Surgite (Comment #122)
    Very gratifying!! Well done! Arise!

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 16:21
  95. avatar
    #124 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #123)
    Gim het n taai wen gehad ,highlights is op YT

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:09
  96. avatar
    #123 Deon

    Weet enige-iemand wat PRG teen SACS en Gimmies teen Bosch gedoen het.

    Wonderlik Boland Landbou en HJS.

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    11 May, 2024 at 16:08
  97. avatar
    #122 Surgite

    A nice 23-15 victory over Saints for Parktown. Lovely to see the 1st XV get a win in a close game after struggling to convert opportunities this season!

    ReplyReply
    11 May, 2024 at 15:36
  98. avatar
    #121 Smallies

    @Ploegskaar (Comment #120)
    Jho lanbou is kwaad die laaste ruk

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    11 May, 2024 at 15:35
  99. avatar
    #120 Ploegskaar

    Wynberg 10 Landbou 32

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    11 May, 2024 at 15:34
  100. avatar
    #119 Smallies

    Well done Grey ,maar julle moes jol om te wen ….Boishaai daai los trio wat hulle het fokkit hulle is kookwater ,Boishaai julle is soos gewoonlik maar n taai taai toffie om te kou ,julle is virseker een van Grey se grootste toetse elke jaar….
    Hou hierdie Boishaai span dop hulle gaan n NAGMERIE wees vir hulle opponente volgende jaar

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    11 May, 2024 at 15:27
  101. avatar
    #118 garsieboy

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #116)
    Ek sal nie se dit was regtig n piesangskil nie om doodeerlik te wees. Garsfontein het maar nog net hierdie hele jaar nie soos n Garsfontein span gelyk wat ons almal die laaste 10 jaar leer ken het nie. Hulle agterlyn sukkel en daar is geen maar geen dringendheid nie selfs wanneer hulle met 30 punte agter is word daar agter balle aan gedraf. Toe die heelagter in die 2de helfte losskakel toe skuif het dinge beter begin lyk maar ek dink daar is steeds n paar spelers wat heeltemal op die verkeerde posisies is. Die plaasvervanger haker het verskriklik goed gespeel toe hy opgekom het. Baie geluk aan waterkloof hulle het garsies heeltemal oorheers veral in die eerste helfte. Daardie 15 van waterkloof is n baie goeie speler. Ek dink ons as garsfontein ondersteuners moet ons maar reg maak vir n moeilike jaar verder.

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    11 May, 2024 at 15:25
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    #117 wanza_15

    @JeppeZimD (Comment #115)
    I think our best performance this season
    Thoroughly enjoyed..
    We were very good defensively and looked very dangerous on attack, particularly in the second half. Everything just seemed to work today. I expected a win but not as convincing as this I must admit.

    To get these boys to play it seems you must provoke them a little lol. But I’m happy, win away

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    11 May, 2024 at 15:21
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    #116 OUD ANKER

    Waterkloof 44, Garsfontein 36…daai was toe ‘n moerse piesang skil vir Garsfontein.

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    11 May, 2024 at 14:50
  104. avatar
    #115 JeppeZimD

    Jeppe 40 – 8 Northwood.

    A game full of niggle, especially in the 1st half. Jeppe led 40-3 right into injury time, with a consolation try to the Knights right at the death.

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    11 May, 2024 at 14:45
  105. avatar
    #114 Smallies

    Wat gaan aan daar in die kaap ….hoe is dit dat Kovsies vir Boishaai borg 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    11 May, 2024 at 13:09
  106. avatar
    #113 OUD ANKER

    @Smallies (Comment #112)
    I can like not have ‘n idee wat jy talk about? Ek can not believe jy trash my Staffie biltong like so!

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    10 May, 2024 at 18:44
  107. avatar
    #112 Smallies

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #110)
    It’s been well established on this blog that the saffa shop at cornwall beach sells the best staffie chillibytes and blackwattle namibian hardekool,we also know that the beach at Jeffreys bay is the bestest beach in the world ….

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    10 May, 2024 at 18:31
  108. avatar
    #111 OUD ANKER

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #95)
    Did you post that prediction about Gim after or before the boeing went over??If before the boeing went over AND it actually happens…well then please give me the US Power Ball numbers for the next draw where the odds are like 1/400000000000000, HOWEVER I also just realised you also called Ben Vorster to stamp Die Anker, so the boeing must have been over…a few times!!

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    10 May, 2024 at 18:23
  109. avatar
    #110 OUD ANKER

    @PeterM (Comment #79)
    Welcome Sir! This is the best rugby (not only school boy rugby) country in the world…you can speak your mind freely, I’m with you on the Affies support, you might and will however get some back lash on that statement of yours, all good fun!….BUT I have to warn you, never ever claim that the beaches of Cornwall or Blackpool are the best in the world….then it is not all fun any longer!

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    10 May, 2024 at 18:09
  110. avatar
    #109 Kantman

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #95)
    Or praised you 😂

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    10 May, 2024 at 17:56
  111. avatar
    #108 Kaya 85

    Academics?? – see Smallies’ post for clarity.

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 13:09
  112. avatar
    #107 Kaya 85

    Is Grey Primary exclusivy about sports only …?
    “Grey College Primary also provides a thriving and vibrant cultural offering, as we believe that all young men should have the opportunity to develop confidence and nurture artistic and creative talents. Our cultural activities include: Hip-hop dance, Chess, Computers, an award-winning Stabilis, Photography, Uniting Christian Students Association, Verenigde Christen Studente Vereniging van Suid-Afrika, Drama and Drama Eisteddfods. Our dynamic music department boasts a Senior Choir, Junior Choir, Stabilis Voci, Drumline, Marimbas, Boere-Orkes, Jazz Band, Cello Ensemble, String Orchestra and Guitar Group.”

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    10 May, 2024 at 13:07
  113. avatar
    #106 Kaya 85

    @JongMatie (Comment #100)
    Is Grey Primary exclusively about rugby?? this is what they say ….”Our sporting codes include: Mini-Cricket, Cricket, Mini-Tennis, Tennis, Swimming, Water Polo, Squash, Mountain Biking, Athletics, Rugby, Soccer, Hockey, Cross-Country, Biathlon, Triathlon and Duathlon.”

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    10 May, 2024 at 13:06
  114. avatar
    #105 Smallies

    @JongMatie (Comment #104)
    98.7% slaagsyfer is darem ook nie te sleg nie uit die 229 wat geskryf het ,het 227 geslaag PRG aan die anderkant het in 2022 100% slaagsyfer gehad en in 2023 98,8% wat is fout daar 🙈🙈🙈

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    10 May, 2024 at 12:06
  115. avatar
    #104 JongMatie

    Dalk bietjie baie opskerp op die akademie – (dinge wat regtig saakmaak in die lewe..)

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 11:47
  116. avatar
    #103 Smallies

    @JongMatie (Comment #100)
    Gr6 is nog oud ,Grey het n kleuterskool ons noem dit sommer baby Grey daar het ons laaitys wat op 3 jaar van sover as universitas en Langenhovenpark kom ….hulle oefen net lynstane en scrumms daar ,teen die tyd dat hulle gr R is bench hulle al 70kg

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    10 May, 2024 at 11:41
  117. avatar
    #102 JongMatie

    @Smallies (Comment #99)
    Jorenzo was darem nie st 4 in St Pauls laer in Windhoek toe ons hom gaan haal het nie – moerse verskil…

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 11:35
  118. avatar
    #101 Smallies

    @JongMatie (Comment #100)
    Ek was in die koshuis van Gr1 tot Gr7 en weer op varsity, en daarna 6 jaar in Enkel kwartiere ,mens gaan regtig nie dood daar nie….

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    10 May, 2024 at 11:35
  119. avatar
    #100 JongMatie

    @Smallies (Comment #99)
    …..maar graad 6??
    Dit begin vir my klink na n suiwer/pure rugbyskool in die ware sin van die woord en wen teen alle koste uitkykpunt?

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 11:26
  120. avatar
    #99 Smallies

    @JongMatie (Comment #97)
    Noorvaal is skaars drie ure se ry van Bloem ,dis nou nie soos PRG wat vir Jorenzo in Namibie gaan haal her nie🤣🤣🤣🤣

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 11:23
  121. avatar
    #98 Smallies

    @JongMatie (Comment #97)
    As die seuns baat daarby 👍👍👍….my seun is ook deur daardie proses en hy sal sommer reguit vir jou se dit was die beste tyd van sy lewe…

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    10 May, 2024 at 11:21
  122. avatar
    #97 JongMatie

    As ek Grey is, sal ek meer bekommerd wees oor die o/12 seuns wat ‘Klein Grey’ uit die Noordvaal werf.

    Skreiende skande – waar gaan dit stop.

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    10 May, 2024 at 11:16
  123. avatar
    #96 Smallies

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #94)
    They take their excuses very seriously in the cape 🤣🤣🤣….

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    10 May, 2024 at 11:03
  124. avatar
    #95 Kaya 85

    I’m suprised no one has dumped on me about the Gim prediction…

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 10:56
  125. avatar
    #94 Kaya 85

    @OomPB (Comment #72)
    @Smallies (Comment #93)
    Lol…wtf?? Helgard’s Auntie? …already found a poor scapegoat for the loss….lol

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    10 May, 2024 at 10:55
  126. avatar
    #93 Smallies

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #92)
    They tend to keep on making excuses, its either the rev, or the air pressure, or the buss with the real first team got lost between Colesberg and Springfontein,or the first team got arrested in Zillertal ….if you loose you loose say well done to the winners and move on …

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    10 May, 2024 at 09:59
  127. avatar
    #92 Kaya 85

    @Deon (Comment #73)
    Grudge Memories are long.

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 09:49
  128. avatar
    #91 Kaya 85

    @PeterM (Comment #79)
    Enjoy the rugby, and would love to hear your post-match analysis too.

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 09:43
  129. avatar
    #90 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #88)
    Daai donnerse goed is erger as smokes in my oe….

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 07:06
  130. avatar
    #89 Deon

    @PeterM (Comment #79)
    Welcome young man.

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 07:04
  131. avatar
    #88 Deon

    :lol: @Smallies (Comment #87)
    Ek verstaan. Deesdae is dit vape. Mooi dag vir jou

    ReplyReply
    10 May, 2024 at 07:03
  132. avatar
    #87 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #86)
    Ja nee ,as jy egter in Brakpan in die 80s groot geraak het was die kanse 80% dat jy sal rook ,tot ons hoofseun het n dampie gemaak ….

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    10 May, 2024 at 07:01
  133. avatar
    #86 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #85)
    Ek het al die “stupidest” goed gedoen maar genade weet, rook is malligheid. Nie vir my nie dankie

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:59
  134. avatar
    #85 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #83)
    Aag nee wat moenie worry nie daai is shit wat gebeur ….mens leef maar saam met dit ,dit pla my glad nie…in teendeel hou ek daarvan om my ondervinding te deel veral met rookers🤣🤣🤣

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:54
  135. avatar
    #84 Grizzly

    @PeterM (Comment #79)
    Pierre Spies,Fourie du Preez,Wynand Olivier and RG Snyman,springboks you might know from Affies.

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:49
  136. avatar
    #83 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #81)
    Môre Smallies, ek is bly jy is ok na 2004, as ek geweet het sou ek nie daardie kerriepap gegooi het nie. Die Natal ouens het nie my aas geneem oor my stelling nie.

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:48
  137. avatar
    #82 Jakkals

    Massive game between St Charles & Clifton this weekend.

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:41
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    #81 Smallies

    @Deon (Comment #76)
    Are was al in 2004 verstop ,ek het gelukkig n goeie kadioloog wat die ou plekkie mooi oop gemaak het ….

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    10 May, 2024 at 06:35
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    #80 kantako

    @PeterM (Comment #79)
    Welcome. This blog is like Sky Sport post match analysis, but only better.

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    9 May, 2024 at 22:59
  140. avatar
    #79 PeterM

    Good evening, I’m from the UK but watch SS Schoolssports every Saturday on satelite. Just wanted to say how impressed I am with SA schools rugby. Skill and attitude are superb.I know its not really my business but I’m a rugby man of 72yrs and this is as enjoyable as it’s been for me. ( except for the 1974 Lions).
    I’m supporting Affies, simply because they seem to be on most. Keep well

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    9 May, 2024 at 22:02
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    #78 Deon

    @BoishaaiPa (Comment #77)
    :lol: :lol: :lol: Ek hoop maar HJS haak die knoop deur die naweek, maar dit gaan taai wees. Julle het klaar my senuwees opgehad teen DHS. Mooi loop

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    9 May, 2024 at 21:49
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    #77 BoishaaiPa

    @Deon (Comment #73)
    Kitsie het sedert daai game minder strafskoppe afgestaan in die res van sy loopbaan as daai een game in Bloem….man het mooi geleer!.

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    9 May, 2024 at 21:38
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    #76 Deon

    @Smallies (Comment #75)
    Lugdruk en ref steeds aan julle kant. Ons praat oor hierdie Saterdag Warrant. Al daai Jersey marble verstop jou are. :lol:

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    9 May, 2024 at 21:17
  144. avatar
    #75 Smallies

    @OomPB (Comment #72)
    @Deon (Comment #71)flippit dis nog nie eers Junie nie en julle soek al reeds verskonings vir n game wat in Stellies gespeel gaan word

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    9 May, 2024 at 21:02
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    #74 Deon

    @OomPB (Comment #72)
    Lugdruk is natuurlik ook ‘n massiewe faktor

    ReplyReply
    9 May, 2024 at 20:50
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    #73 Deon

    @OomPB (Comment #72)
    Net so, of daai knaap wat geblaas het in Kitshoff se jaar. Toe hy sien PRG oorrompel GCB en loop voor met 4 drieë teen 2, toe gee hy maar die game vir Goosen.Al wat hy kon doen want hy kon nie strafdrieë aan GCB in hul eie halfgebied toeken nie, want as hy kon sou hy wragtig.

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    9 May, 2024 at 20:37
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    #72 OomPB

    :mrgreen: @Deon (Comment #71)
    Helgard se antie.

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    9 May, 2024 at 20:35
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    #71 Deon

    @OomPB (Comment #69)
    Hang af of dit ‘n Grey ref is of nie Oom, en of Helgard hulle vlagmanne en vlagvroue is of nie.

    ReplyReply
    9 May, 2024 at 20:33
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    #70 Kaya 85

    @OomPB (Comment #69)
    Whaow, a big margin…

    ReplyReply
    9 May, 2024 at 20:04
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    #69 OomPB

    @Deon (Comment #59)
    Grey Kollege met 50.

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    9 May, 2024 at 19:21
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    #68 tzavosky

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #67)
    Look, the memory is fading rapidly. I remember the 2016 team quite well (it was my youngest’s matric year), after that not so much as I became less involved with the school.

    The last couple of years things fell away somewhat, and they’re in a building phase (much like HTS Middelburg I guess). They did gain one Hans Coetzee by a stroke of circumstantial luck, who is doing some good work from what I’ve heard. But it’s a long way to the highs of 2016…

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    9 May, 2024 at 18:01
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    #67 Kaya 85

    @tzavosky (Comment #66)
    I’ve still got the legendary BV teams etched in my memory…that 2016 BV Team, Ysters…what a team, saw them at Kesfest… that openside flank, the wings!! and I think the 2019 team that won the Beeld final… (was it the left wing who was so good)?

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    9 May, 2024 at 17:29
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    #66 tzavosky

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #64)
    Make it a beer for me as well, I think you’re overestimating this Ben Vorster team. Hope I’m wrong, though!

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    9 May, 2024 at 17:16
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    #65 Strepie

    Sterkte aan die Blou Trein met die naweek se aktiwiteite teen Grey College.
    Baie spesiaal, baie taai.
    Gee jul beste – ons oud skoliere bly agter julle staan deur dik en dun!
    Mag daar geen ernstige beserings wees nie en mag julle veilig na en van Bloemfontein reis.
    ETFG

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    9 May, 2024 at 16:04
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    #64 Kaya 85


    Lichtenburg 29 – 19 Klerksdorp (home advantage counts at least 7 points here)
    Die Anker 18 – Ben Vorster 24 (sorry Oud Anker, a beer if I’m wrong)
    Grey High 25 – Queens 20 (home ground advantage also counts 7 here)
    Marlow 14 – Nico Malan 19 (tight game, but a tight year for Wolramme)
    Kingswood 26 – 16 Brandwag (more pain Burning…watch)
    Pietersburg 30 – 38 Wesvalia (Clutchdorp’s best)
    DHS 3rd XV 35 – 17 KZN Development XV (Grasshopper pls sponsor some Development here, will rename them the Hopper XV)

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    9 May, 2024 at 12:03
  156. avatar
    #63 Kaya 85

    @Cappie (Comment #57)
    it’s coming …

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    9 May, 2024 at 11:40
  157. avatar
    #62 RuggaFreak

    There’s a big game in the EC. QC has to keep penalty count low as Grey will look for the corner and maul. I’m not sure what happens, both look good lately. Just annoyed at that Durbanville loss as we were the better side. Unfortunately losing close to 10 mins due to an injury on the field with time ticking with our tails up killed our momentum.

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    9 May, 2024 at 10:10
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    #61 ForeverHorseFly

    @Beet I see Glenwood doesn’t have a fixture this weekend and DHS playing KZN development which means the 1st/2nd team and A team’s aren’t playing. I think this should have been the weekend DHS vs Glenwood game should have happened if the powers that be could just come to an arrangement on this issue. KZN needs this fixture back.

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    9 May, 2024 at 10:08
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    #60 Palma

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #55)
    No EC predictions? Grey High vs Queens is going to be massive

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    9 May, 2024 at 09:58
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    #59 Deon

    Drostdy Donkies by 20, Stellenberg by 20, Boland Landbou by 3, Paul Roos by 30, Paarl Gim by 20, Milnerton by 30 minimum,Garsies Bere by 10, Noordheuwel by 30, EG by 40, ,GCB by 20.

    Do not know how to rate KZN schools, as it seems just like their Lost Outpost teams of yesteryear who took 100 years to win the Currie Cup, or Curry Cup maybe, most of their rugby is played in the pub, by the braai and by reminiscences on social media about outliers, but not on the field.

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    9 May, 2024 at 08:15
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    #58 OUD ANKER

    @Cappie (Comment #57)
    Niks groter as Die Anker teen Ben Vorster nie, hoe kan jy OOIT dink Lichtenburg vs. Clutchdrop gaan groter wees!

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    9 May, 2024 at 08:06
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    #57 Cappie

    Kaya!
    Jy het van die grote vergeet;
    Lichtenburg vs Klerksdorp?

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    9 May, 2024 at 07:51
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    #56 Kantman

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #53)
    Weather is looking fine for the weekend – think most of the scores will be higher.

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    9 May, 2024 at 07:33
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    #55 Kaya 85


    Potch Gim 20 – 27 Piet Retief (hoender diefies smash & grab)

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    8 May, 2024 at 21:44
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    #54 Kaya 85


    Kearsney 14 – 34 Westville (new DoR please help)
    Maritzburg 24 – 19 Michaelhouse (after the Jedis PTSD College fight for a W)

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    8 May, 2024 at 21:42
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    #53 Kaya 85

    Predictions FS/Cape
    Grey Jedi College 38 – 12 HJS Paarl (Too much Force)
    Stellenberg 24 – 12 Bishops (winning margin could be bigger)
    Wynberg 19 – 16 B Landbou (close contest on the berg, sorry Ploegie)
    SACS 20 – 48 Paul Roos (routine win for top team)
    Rondebosch 22 – 20 Paarl Gim (Upset of the weekend, believe)

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    8 May, 2024 at 21:39
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    #52 Kaya 85

    Predictions North Vaal
    KES 90 – 0 St Benedicts (Reds rest a bunch, but game still needs to be stopped early)
    Pretoria Boys High 18 – 31 Hilton (proof that Boys High need better systems)
    St John’s 40 – 15 St Andrew’s Bloem (private whipping boys)
    Northwood 26 – 40 Jeppe (High score at high tide)
    St Stithians 25 – 15 Parktown (big potential at both schools)

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    8 May, 2024 at 21:30
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    #51 Kaya 85

    Predictions NoordVaal
    Waterkloof 21 – 36 Garsfontein (Bears rumble in the kloof)
    EG Jansen 30 – 12 Marais Viljoen (MV must recruit more)
    Noordheuwel 35 – 18 Rustenburg (not the Rustenburg of old, Nories gaining confidence)
    Helpmekaar 33 – 20 Nelspruit (Visitors to run out of steam after a strong start)
    Monument 29 – 21 Menlopark (Witbulle stomp, en stamp, Menlo)
    Middelburg 22 – 17 HTS Middelburg (closer than expected, but Middies prevail)

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    8 May, 2024 at 21:22
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    #50 Kaya 85

    @Kantman (Comment #44)
    @JeppeZimD (Comment #36)
    Stand by for action

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    8 May, 2024 at 20:40
  170. avatar
    #49 OUD ANKER

    @Kantman (Comment #47)
    Kobus van Dyk het wondere met Kloof verrig in ‘n baie kort tyd. Ek vir 1 is baie verbaas.

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:44
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    #48 KES Oldboy

    @JeppeZimD (Comment #36)
    Let’s hope not! Big scores like that are not good for anyone. KES have had a break & will probably be resting all their players that are nursing injuries. I hope Bennies put up a good performance.

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:39
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    #47 Kantman

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #28)
    Waterkloof speel mooi rugby – en lekker diepte in graad 11

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:38
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    #46 Kantman

    @Snelvuur (Comment #30)
    Only if you have some injuries – and that does not mean I do not rate them. They punch above their weight. Maar goeie grote vs goeie …

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:37
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    #45 Kantman

    @yesnomaybe (Comment #43)
    Is he OK?

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:34
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    #44 Kantman

    @JeppeZimD (Comment #36)
    He is the man! I wanted to jump the gun and put some pressure on him :lol:

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    8 May, 2024 at 19:33
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    #43 yesnomaybe

    @Snelvuur (Comment #30)
    I presume you referring to Westerford. WRT Gimmies, they thought they could just rock up & win comfortably but theres a lot of pride in all the teams nowadays. You have to be on song from the first minute. Halftime came along, Pieter kakked them out, scored 30 add points & game set match. Unfortunately the Southern Suburb schools results depend on the amount of injuries they get during the year. Depth in certain positions is sometimes almost non existant at these schools & at the moment SACS have too many to stand any realistic chance of an upset.

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    8 May, 2024 at 15:40
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    #42 Middies pa

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #38)
    Virseker. Ons sal weer volgende week vriende wees.

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    8 May, 2024 at 14:20
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    #41 Smallies

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #40)
    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:58
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    #40 OUD ANKER

    @Smallies (Comment #39)
    Maar ek sal aan haar noem dat jy ‘n goeie geheue het.. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:50
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    #39 Smallies

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #37)
    🤣🤣🤣🤣ag wat ek sal nou nie dreig om die page toe te maak nie

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:44
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    #38 OUD ANKER

    @Middies pa (Comment #35)
    Maar jy sal van hulle moet wegbly vir die res van die week as jy jou lewe lief het! :mrgreen:

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:38
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    #37 OUD ANKER

    @Smallies (Comment #33)
    Ek weet… :-D dis hoekom ek ook nie jou naam ydellik sal gebruik nie!

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:36
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    #36 JeppeZimD

    @Kantman (Comment #27)

    … patiently waiting for @khaya’s predictions for this week :-D

    Also, we may also see KES dish a century upon St Bennies

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    8 May, 2024 at 13:19
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    #35 Middies pa

    @Smallies (Comment #33)
    Jip. Ken haar van die seuns se rugby af.

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    8 May, 2024 at 12:54
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    #34 Middies pa

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #32)
    Dis reg. 5de jaar tandheelkunde. Tuks is darem nou weer terug in “Varsity Cup”. Hulle behoort goeie span te hê 2025. Klomp spelers van 2023 se “Young Guns” saam met van hierdie jaar se ou manne beskikbaar.

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    8 May, 2024 at 12:50
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    #33 Smallies

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #32)
    Edwin se ma was saam met my op laerskool,kom ook van Brakpan af ,gaan nie haar naam noem nie maar sy is n onderwyser in Middelburg
    Was in Hoogland matriek gewees

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    8 May, 2024 at 12:06
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    #32 OUD ANKER

    @Middies pa (Comment #31)
    Current Tuks’ Varsity Cup (sorry Shield) hooker also from HTS, scored the most number of tries out of the hooker position. A beast of a boy.

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    8 May, 2024 at 11:26
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    #31 Middies pa

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #26)
    Middies draw first blood. Chess won 5-1 juniors and 4-2 seniors, squash won 1st girls & boys with HTS taking boys B-team, golf Middies won girls 1st, boys 1st and boys B-team. Still a lot to come. Watch this space.
    One of Tuks current locks, from HTS as well.

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    8 May, 2024 at 09:53
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    #30 Snelvuur

    @Kantman (Comment #27)
    I’d add PRG to that list. SACS showed some quality against Gim before they ran out of steam. There are easier games than SACS under the mountain.

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    8 May, 2024 at 09:06
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    #29 Grizzly

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #28)
    Sal jou eendag antwoord op jou ander vraag as ons ontmoet.Wat betref die piesang skil,maybe….Eks net bly Kloof het n goeie span en dit kan enige kant toe gaan.Daars geen sin in games as die een span voor die game weet min is 30 plus wen.Dinge is besig om te gebeur onder daai hoof.Na n paar jaar het hy sy voete gevind en resultate sigbaar.Gister verby die skool gery en sien hulle is besig om n nuwe masive saal te bou.Dit is awesome vir ruggas in Pta.

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    8 May, 2024 at 05:50
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    #28 OUD ANKER

    @Kantman (Comment #27)
    En my persoonlike opinie is dat Garsfontein dalk die gladste skil het…

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    7 May, 2024 at 21:55
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    #27 Kantman

    Teams that have to watch out for piesangskille this week:
    Maritzburg
    Jeppe
    Garsfontein
    Wynberg
    Paarl Gim
    Grey
    Hilton

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    7 May, 2024 at 21:51
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    #26 Kaya 85

    @Middies pa (Comment #24)
    Whole town getting tense for the match. Wish the lads best of luck for the game, both sides…I played lock with a second rower from HTS after school…he was genuinely a massive unit, a walking solar eclipse, instantly stabilized the scrum. When he’d fall, the earth bounced.

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    7 May, 2024 at 16:06
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    #25 Kaya 85

    @Snelvuur (Comment #21)
    Wow, yeah I’ve seen some of those big Boland club games online, looked massive with thousands of spectators intensely living each move of the game.

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    7 May, 2024 at 15:59
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    #24 Middies pa

    MIDDIES VS MIDDELBURG HTS

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #23)
    Derby al baie jare aan die gang. Ek dink ek het rekords gesien van 1935. Daar was gereeld wedstryde tot 2017. 2018 tot 2021 was daar bietjie van ‘n wrywing tussen die skole maar vanaf 2022 is dinge weer terug na normaal. Middies het in die 50’s, 60’s en 70’s gereeld gewen maar van 2010 af meestal verloor. Ek onthou 2015 en 2016 het JC Pretorius Middies omtrent op sy eie gewen. 2022 en 2023 behoort egter aan Middies maar HTS is besig om weer spoed op te tel en hierdie jaar behoort naby te wees. Ek dink egter Middies se jonger spanne (behalwe o/16) is die gunstelinge maar ons sal die naweek sien. Die spanning in die dorp is besig om op te laai.
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    7 May, 2024 at 12:08
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    #23 OUD ANKER

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #17)
    Let’s ask Old Affie for the stats…. :lol: I’m sure @MiddiesPa will have the real stats. What I do know is that when HTS was that powerhouse as recently as 5-6 years ago, they did not play Middies, since the quality gap (dare I say) was too big….how things have changed, since Middies have beaten HTS a few times now in recent years.

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    7 May, 2024 at 08:26
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    #22 Smallies

    @beet (Comment #15)
    Ahhhhh that makes more sense

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    7 May, 2024 at 08:11
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    #21 Snelvuur

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #20)
    Don’t know Melkbosstrand particularly well. I grew up in the Boland and I have extensive family links there, so I’m more up to date with the goings on in the Boland league (Charlie Hofmeyr, Robertson, Worcester Gim, etc.). The Boland school and (especially) club rugby scene is really something to experience. In Vredenburg, for example, the Vredenburg-Saldanha club regularly get full-house crowds. For years, Boland Park in Wellington was also full for club games, but empty for Boland Cavaliers games!

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    6 May, 2024 at 23:37
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    #20 Kaya 85

    It’s a long list…
    Haven’t seen Melkbosstrand on here for a while. Who are their usual opponents and are they in the SBR archives?…will try find them. @Deon or @Snelvuur, @Ploegie…what do u know of them…I hadn’t heard of Charlie Hofmyer till a few weeks ago either. There are many many more schools playing decent rugby, including Dinamika, Brandwag, Hans Moore, and Oosterlig up here in the highveld…Krugersdorp High?… I went to an early season game at King David Linksfield where half the games were stopped due to a magnificent electric thunderstorm…then played under lights after the storm was over..big hearts, not always massive players. Also saw a big early season bootcamp at Trinityhouse…they have a neat clubhouse too.

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    6 May, 2024 at 22:16
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    #19 Trots HJS (Tandem)

    @yesnomaybe (Comment #5)
    Cannot agree with you more. The wellbeing of the children counts nothing for these bureaucrats.

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    6 May, 2024 at 21:51
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    #18 Kantman

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #10)
    Agree – also with all the other comments below about trials. At least 80% of the teams should be known – why risk your known selections to injury? Where unsure, yes play those guys in a trial to confirm your reason for inviting them.
    That implies you invite them – not asking schools who they want to send. Meaning they have actually watched games. Similarly coaches could veto if someone is not invited.

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    6 May, 2024 at 21:32
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    #17 Kaya 85

    @OUD ANKER (Comment #16)
    Where would we get scores of the derby over the last 20 years? HTS were a powerhouse in the 90s and early 00s

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    6 May, 2024 at 21:23
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    #16 OUD ANKER

    Groot derby die naweek. HTS Middelburg teen Middelburg. Soortgelyk aan die Paarl derby kom ‘n dorp tot stilstand en is die dorp vir 1 dag grootliks verdeel tussen rooi en groen!

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    6 May, 2024 at 21:11
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    #15 beet

    @Smallies (Comment #4)
    Just an update: Charlies u19A will be playing the Oakdale u19B

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    6 May, 2024 at 20:10
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    #14 Smallies

    @Snelvuur (Comment #13)
    Ja nee ,maar aan die ander kant as jy jou ruggas wil verbeter MOET jy sterker spanne speel….

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    6 May, 2024 at 19:51
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    #13 Snelvuur

    @Smallies (Comment #4)
    Dit sal ‘n enorme statement vir ‘n Bolandse plattelandse skooltjie wees om vir Oakdale om te stamp…maar ek stem saam met jou. Die gaping tussen daardie skole en die groot skole het so groot geword dat dit hiper-onwaarskynlik is.

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    6 May, 2024 at 17:37
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    #12 wanza_15

    @Kaya 85 (Comment #11)
    You are correct, they have provided good sides some scares, going as far as beating us in 2017 in what was a rainy miserable day. That 2017 Bennies matric group were a decent bunch, every year was close against Jeppe with them since u14 until the win ultimately in 2017.

    Bennies as far as I can recall have always liked a challenge, even if they know they’re maybe biting off more than they can chew, like in this case against KES, if you want a fixture with them, they’ll give it to you. They’re also relatively close to Jeppe and KES in terms of distance so I think to them it’s a case of “there’s nothing we can lose”.
    As for what has gone wrong, I really wouldn’t be able to tell you. I’m not close to anybody from the school, but this is the worst I’ve seen them.

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    6 May, 2024 at 16:54
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    #11 Kaya 85

    Glad to see Springs Boys High taking on St David’s, who themselves are much improved.
    Curiously, in about 2018 before Covid, I saw KES very narrowly and fortunately, in the dying minutes of the game kick a penalty to sneak past St Benedicts 26-24…the year before they had beaten Jeppe too.
    What went wrong? The school implemented some bold educational changes and restructuring which sounded at the time like good ideas but side effects of which are now being felt. It takes 5 years to realize you’ve destroyed something very promising. Still SA’s Top Boys Rowing School (20 consecutive years), and been Top 1, 2 or 3 Swimming Schools for a number of years now too.

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    6 May, 2024 at 16:27
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    #10 Kaya 85

    @yesnomaybe (Comment #5)
    Very Annoying and frustrating method…I would rather they just get those guys down to HQ for what the yanks call a ‘combine’ …measuring their strength, agility, speed etc. and looking at a few non-contact drills…maybe I’d do 3 or 4 live scrum, 3 or 4 live lineouts, same with a few live backline moves…but totally agree that a trials game is madness.

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    6 May, 2024 at 16:08
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    #9 KES Oldboy

    @wanza_15 (Comment #7)
    Saints are not great this year. Lost heavily to both Queens & Jeppe & lost to Hudson! They only want to play 1 of KES, Jeppe & PBHS in a year. This year it was Jeppe, last year it was PBHS…..guess what, when they want to play KES we might just say no! Their rugby will never improve with this attitude.

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    6 May, 2024 at 16:03
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    #8 KES Oldboy

    @yesnomaybe (Comment #5)
    Well said about trials! An absolute waste of time & effort. If the selectors don’t know their teams by now, we have to ask what they have been doing. And with all the streaming now, it’s even more ridiculous that they don’t know. Not just a WP thing; Gauteng & KZN have the same crazy system.

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    6 May, 2024 at 15:59
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    #7 wanza_15

    @KES Oldboy (Comment #3)
    Strange because Saints this year are decent-ish. Not at all saying they’d beat KES but they’re definitely better than Parktown and Bennies.. Wonder why?

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    6 May, 2024 at 15:40
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    #6 Skywalker

    NW JEPPE

    The NW Jeppe game will be a massive test for NW. Jeppe have to travel this time to us, and may be a bit tired, but on rankings are a superior team. Either way a great test for NW. I just hope no real injuries as NW run into Glenwood and then Old Boys Day against Maritzburg College, before having to tackle Westville, and then DHS and Glenwood again.
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    6 May, 2024 at 11:56
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    #5 yesnomaybe

    North vs South in the Cape this week.
    Bosch vs Gim / Berg vs Landbou / Sacs vs Roos
    All held in the Southern Suburbs. Some very interesting match-ups.
    What’s also very interesting is to see how many boys are going to be unavailable for Craven week trials this week due to the some big games already played this past weekend & now some more this weekend. Its crazy to think in this modern day that WP still believe in barbaric trial matches in the middle of a season where the boys are already struggling with knocks & niggles. These boys especially among the forwards smash into each other every weekend & now are expected to do it all again in the middle of the week, forget the fact that they have Matric exams coming up soon as well. Lastly no one knows what time they playing in the trial match so they all have to be there at say 16h00 & sometimes sit on the sidelines for up to 3 hours in the cold waiting for their turn to play. The only thing that can come out of that is injuries. Madness. Surely they have seen enough of the boys this year to pick their sides & no doubt the selectors have already collected their gifts.

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    6 May, 2024 at 10:54
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    #4 Smallies

    Ek dink Charlies se pale gaan gelig word die naweek

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    6 May, 2024 at 09:56
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    #3 KES Oldboy

    @wanza_15 (Comment #1)
    At least Bennies put their hands up to play us unlike St. Stithian’s!! Jeppe have a crazy schedule- just back from PE & now off to Durban.

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    6 May, 2024 at 09:31
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    #2 4×4

    Garsies v Kloof, Monnas v Menlo en Grey v Boishaai…paar lekker games om te kyk die naweek

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    6 May, 2024 at 07:51
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    #1 wanza_15

    St Benedicts vs KES? Yikes, God have Mercy – Bennies are lower ranked than Parktown.

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    5 May, 2024 at 23:53

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