SA Schools recorded a very good 24-16 win against Wales in George yesterday. Replacement flyhalf Handre Pollard was credited as the player of match …
The SA Schools team have made nine changes to their starting line-up. They take on Wales at 17h00, on Tuesday 14 August in George.…
SA Schools with four KwaZulu-Natal representatives in the matchday 22 beat France 17-7 in their opening game of the quadrangular international series held in Wellington, Boland. The score was 7-7 at half-time. …
The SA Schools team to play France in the under-18 international series has been named. All four KwaZulu-Natal representatives are in the 23-players squad. …
The Sharks will take part in their fourth Superugby final if one excludes the 1994 Super 10 game against Queensland.
The final has always ended in pain for Sharks fans. …
Kearsney may have to go into battle against Grey College without the services of lock Dan du Preez, flank Jean-Luc du Preez and centre Sandile Kubeka. …
On the same day that the Sharks enjoyed centre stage in a high profile Superugby semi-final win against the Stormers, the province’s only Varsity Cup entrant, the UKZN Impi, who compete the Varsity Shield (Varsity Cup B-section) were involved in a do-or-die battle of their own in Pietermaritzburg. The 14-8 come from behind victory against NWU-Vaal was not to secure promotion to the Varsity Cup proper but rather a relegation avoiding match…
I know this is a rugby site but the “Big Easy” Ernie Els deserves a big round of applause for a job well done at the Open.
It was also a really good weekend for the Sharks and Proteas.
A belated well done to Hashim Amla on becoming the very first SA test cricketer to score over 300 runs in a test match.
|Westville Stayers||64||00||Bradford (UK)|
|Paarl Boys High||22||07||Oakdale|
|Grey College||29||16||Pretoria Boys High|
|HTS Middelburg||16||25||Middelburg HS|
|Jim Fouche||45||05||Louis Botha|
(The squad was meant to be announced on 17 July 2012. There has however been a delay. News is that the squad has been finalised and should be released to the public fairly shortly)
The HP u16 Squad was eventually named after much delay and can be found here: http://blog.schoolboyrugby.co.za/?p=1097
|1||Kurt||Webster||No 6 Flank||KZN||DHS|
|9||Aston||Fortuin||No 5 Lock||Border||Queens|
|10||Jason||Steyn||No 7 Flank||Border||Selbourne|
|11||Kaden||Prince||Loosehead Prop||EP||Die Brandwag|
|13||Alexander||Jonker||Eighthman||Free State||Grey College|
|14||Julian||Jordaan||Outside Centre||Free State||Grey College|
|15||Lamond||Bouwer||No 6 Flank||Free State||Grey College|
|16||Llewellyn||Hein||Right Wing||Free State||Louis Botha|
|17||Michael||Andrade||Inside Centre||Free State||SP Swart|
|18||Paul||De Lange||Flyhalf||Free State||Sentraal|
|19||Reuben||Terblanche||Tighthead Prop||Free State||Grey College|
|20||Stefanus||Wessels||No 4 Lock||Free State||Sentraal|
|25||Devon||Henson||No 5 Lock||Lions||St Johns|
|27||Kathlego||Tsotetsi||Left Wing||Lions||St Benedicts|
|29||Nyasha||Tarusenga||No 7 Flank||Lions||St Benedicts|
|31||Rhyno||Herbst||No 4 Lock||Lions||Monument|
|33||Barend||Smit||Inside Centre||Pumas||HTS Middelburg|
|39||Eduard||Zandberg||No 5 Lock||SWD||Outeniqua|
|40||Pieter||Gouws||No 6 Flank||SWD||Oakdale|
|41||Kabelo||Matloung||Tighthead Prop||Valke||DF Malan|
|42||Petrus||Van Wyk||Fullback||Valke||EG Jansen|
|44||Edrich||Venter||Inside Centre||WP||Paul Roos Gym|
|45||Gavin||van der Berg||Tighthead Prop||WP||Paarl Gym|
|46||Jaco||Willemse||No 4 Lock||WP||Paarl Gym|
|47||Jacques||Oosthuizen||No 7 Flank||WP||Paul Roos Gym|
|48||Peter John||Toerien||No 7 Flank||WP||Tygerberg HS|
|49||Rudolf||Britz||Hooker||WP||Paarl Boys High|
The South Africa Schools team or SA u18 team, whichever you prefer to call them, will take part in a international quadrangular series against England, France and a Welsh Development XV during August.…
On 11 September 2012 a significant case in sports law will be argued in the Supreme Court of Appeal involving an injury sustained in a schoolboy rugby match.…
The tried and tested format at Craven Week is amongst other considerations and objectives to work towards two teams, one from the Day 1 group and the other from the Day 2 group, meeting in Saturday’s unofficial final. This means that the main matches on days 3 and 4 have to more or less serve as semi-finals.…
In a nutshell, the IRB’s new scrumming laws will be tested for a trial period.
“Pause!” will disappear altogether.
“Engage!” will be replaced by “Set!”
So it will be “Crouch! Touch! Set!”…
With Craven Week and Academy Week fast approaching, there is a drastic reduction in the number of games being played around the country. However it appears to be business as usual in the Western Cape with some mouth-watering matches coming up.…
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