Results for the week ended 24 August 2013

SCHOOL SCHOOL NOTES
EG Jansen 38 17 Kempton Park Beeld Trofee Macro Schools final
Transvalia 16 12 Ermelo Beeld Trofee Big Schools final
Paarl Gim 41 3 Drostdy Burger Trophy Semi. Winner plays Outeniqua
Nico Malan 27 18  Lagenhoven Gim Burger Trophy Medium schools. NM plays Hermanus in final
Noord-Kaap 38 23 Voortrekker Beth Shimla-Liga semi
Louis Botha 29 21 Hentie Cilliers Shimla-Liga semi
Rondebosch 11 23 Bishops  Upset result
Wynberg 17 12 SACS

33 Comments

  1. Baie geluk aan al die EG Jansen ondersteuners. Julle 1ste span het die seisoen met ‘n pragtige hoë noot geeindig. Geluk met die Beeld trofee!! :-D

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  2. EG Jansen 38 Kempton Park 17. Baie geluk EG Jansen met jul eerste Beeld trofee. Kampioene en Nr 1 in die Noordvaal. What a game, what a team in 2013.wat ‘n dag..min spanne in SA sou jul geklop het vandag en in 2013. Dankie Kempies vir baie goeie game en gees.opreg trots vandag.Jansie groete. :mrgreen:

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  3. @jakes: “No 1 in Noordvaal sonder Affies” :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Baie geluk hoop julle gaan die standaard volhou in die jare wat kom.

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  4. Durbanville vs Stellenberg:
    u14a Durbanville 7 Stellenberg 35
    u15a Durbanville 3 Stellenberg 7
    u16a Durbanville 5 Stellenberg 11
    u19a Durbanville 7 Stellenberg 21

    BTW, Paarl Gym 41 HTS Drostdy 3, so my SBR season has just been extended by a week :mrgreen:

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  5. Met EG Jansen nou die nommer 1 skool noord vd Vaal, hoe sien die nuwe “ranglys” daarna uit? Ek glo die eerste paar plekke sal seker gereserveer wees vir die deelnemende skole, maar waar kom die in wat nie deelgeneem het nie? Sekerlik nie hoer as 10 nie, of hoe?

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  6. @Tjoppa-ek hoop Affies sal hul besluit heroorweeg oor deelname in Beeld trofee.ek dink die kompetisie het meer ‘flair’ gekry met hul makro, groot.medium en klein skole ligas. Meer regverdige kompetisie oor die hele spektrum en meer belangstelling onder skole.ek is seker die Affies spelers sal graag die in die kompetisie wil speel.

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  7. @jakes:
    Hi jakes. Dit gaan nie gebeur nie. Affies se bepalings vir 2014 is met die uitsondering van een wedstryd reeds gefinaliseer en hulle deelname aan die Beeld Trofee eindig aan die einde van die 2e skool termyn in 2014.

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  8. @JPS_10: Jammer ouens maar Affies speel nie Beeld nie, daai rumour is verkeerd! Affies speel net vlgde jaar meer Pta skole! :wink:

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  9. Good to be back in SA see a lot has happened the last two months, just spent 2 months in NZ doing contract work for a Dairy Company.

    Well all said I got to watch a few schoolboy rugby games in NZ while I was there and the system is completely different as much as the schools play each other a lot of the kids also play for clubs at the same time so to gauge the strength of there schoolboy rugby is difficult.

    3 weeks ago I went and watched a match between Aukland Grammer School vs Kings Country College and the few things I picked up it looked like there forwards are a lot smaller than ours if I look at say Paarl Gym/Affies and the Kwagga,s and what I mean by this is they are smaller built but I would say more athletic, the back line players is a different story I would say they were bigger than our boys and I don’t mean here size you get from going to gym. The type of rugby they play at school level is also a lot different not much crash and bash but more a 7,s type game.

    One thing that did stand out was there skill level which is miles above ours its like you looking at a different set up. Also saw a junior game not sure what age the boys were but they looked Under 13 or Under 14 were I am not sure it is done intentionaly but I think if there were 2 scrums in the whole game it was a lot what did impress me about them was I don’t think I saw one knock on the whole game and that included the forwards. One thing I did not see in any of the games I watched were “Fat Boys” which I see quiet a lot here at home.

    One scary thing was I watch a Under19 Club game in North Harbour and the amount of talent I saw in those two teams backlines I saw surpasess all the talent I see in SA in the Currie Cup Under19 completion in one year very scary.

    Also watched a schoolboy game between 2 Agri type schools and one thing I could see about there players was they work on there farms not like here were the “boy does it for you” spoke to the one coach there he said after there March brake the boys who come back from the farms are much fitter than any of the others claimed the one kid had picked up nearly 1500 sheep in his 3 week holiday well I know a lot of boys who go to Marlow and all they do in the holidays is hunt and sit in the Bakkie.

    But all in all I can now under stand why there rugby is so good we should learn from this, in the Kings Country area 15 out of 20 men are still playing club rugby at the age of 38 which is astounding.

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  10. Hey grandpa Bog: you still around met a Grey Old boy in Wellington who left Grey in 1964 I think his name is Aldo De Villiers he say they called him ‘Korring” at school long before my time.

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  11. Net ‘n vragie aan ou Woljol en sy Blou Bul bende. Wat het gebeur in die Leeu game gisteraand?

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  12. @badboy: Die feit dat ou Boggie binnekort vir Metusalem verbysteek in ouderdom, beteken nie hy ken almal nie hoor. :lol:

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  13. @badboy: Sak Sarel, Im not that old. You mentioned that you watched a game by Auckland Grammar. I guess that you know that they are a “brother school” of GCB. It was also established by Sir George Grey when he went to NZ , where he became the first prime minister of the country. They have also produced more ABs than any other school in NZ. In Auckland, you will find a park with a memorial in it and if you look closer, you will see the school badge of GCB

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  14. @badboy: This is one of the reasons I think Grey always do well, they are never the biggest, but fast, fit, brilliant hand to hand play, and the support play is phenomenal with fast hard running backs. I love watching them play against sides with bigger packs, they invariably wear them down. I watched them play against a few teams this season were the opposition props had been caught in a pie storm with their mouths open, and against big locks, and Grey drilled them in every scrum. Where we have exceptional talent with school boy back line players – Human/Malan etc – they are generally in the Brent Russell mould, talented but not powerful enough.

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  15. @jakes:
    Geluk aan EG Jansen met hulle wen van 38 – 17. Met die telling van 38/17 sluit EGJ hulle aan by twee ander skole met die grootste punte verskil van alle tye in ‘n finaal naamlik 21punte
    1922 – Pretoria Boys High wen teen Hoogenhout – 24/3
    1936 – Rustenburg wen teen Standerton – 21/0
    2013 – EG Jansen wen teen Kemptonpark – 38/17

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  16. @McCulleys Workshop: agreed, but we do have big good players too. Rautenbach and Viljoen from Grey Bloem 90kg plus and Ruhan Van der Merwe 95kg plus. All three were standout players this year. Jurie Linde must be 85kg plus and same for Gelant….great future stars. Malan and Human are 7’s or fullback material in their senior careers…

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  17. @McCulleys Workshop: Skill, skill and more skill. Add to that a high level of fitness and you can “go places”. If you have weight added, the type acquired in the gym and not the steakhouse, even better. Ruan Kramer, GCBs TH prop is an example. Id be very surprised if he does not play at provincial level in the next 5 years.Unfortunately, some of those skills were absent in the beginning of the season

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  18. @BOG: really rate Ruan Kramer, perfect prop! We are desperate for decent props. Coenie seems to be in turbo reverse…

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  19. @Grasshopper: Human single handedly destroyed Viljoen if that’s what you mean. Wrong footed him twice in a game and left him clutching at Kwagga aftershave.

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  20. @BOG: Bog I watched him and thought he was very good, the best TH I saw this season. Mobile and great support play. I think he clocks in at 117 which is perfect.

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  21. @McCulleys Workshop: yes, saw that but when Human gets tackled properly one day he might not have a career left. The guy is like 64kg! Brilliant player but at higher level he will be like mince meat…

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  22. @Woltrui: Wollie Wollie! Waar was jy gisteraand? Troue op Bitterfontein? Die trop Lous wat so gesmul het aan Bloubulsteaks man!

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  23. Goeie wen vir Gim en goed om JD terug te sien. Net die man wat ons gaan nodig he saterdag teen die baie sterk Kwagga span. Gim staan nie ‘n kans teen die SA Skole Bulle gelaaide Kwaggaspan.

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  24. Bog: You must be carefull you don’t get all your brother schools mixed up like Aukland Grammar and JJS :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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  25. tawwe stryd EG vs KEMPIES, moet se met die twee MAKRO skole in die BEELD finaal vir MAKRO skole en dan natuurlik nog n VALKE skool, TRANSVALIA wat ook gewen het, lyk dit vir my meer die OOSTE kry momentum, sien uit na volgende jaar, met of SONDER Affies

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  26. @car 6006. Nada. Die Pretoria boitjies gaan gat skop in 2014, met of sonder Affies. Kloof, Garsies lyk goed vir die Beeld trofee tjamps in 2014. Oos Moot, wie die groot skole O/16 gewen het, vir groot skole tjamps. Nie Kempies, Jansies of Transvalia het skrikwekende 0/16 groepe. Oepsie. Moet natuurlik nie vergeet van die manne van Krugersdorp nie.

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