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Grey College put on a display of clinical class at the Wildeklawer Tournament brushing aside the challenges of Outeniqua and Paarl Gim and in so doing rise to take the No.1 spot on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings.

Saturday, 04 May 2019 08:14

Hockey: This Week's Results: 4/05/2019

There is plenty of boys and girls hockey on show this weekend and it promises to dish up some appetising encounters: Check out all the results here:

With the annual Wildeklawer Tournament in full swing there are bound to be plenty of hotly contested matches. Stay up to date with all the U14, U15, U16 and First XV results here:

Collegiate are the only team amongst the front runners on this week’s U16 Girls Top 50 Rankings that manage to make up some ground and move up a place.

As more results steadily trickle in we are looking at a fairly stable top half of the Boys U16 Hockey Rankings with Hilton College leading the field.

HTS Drostdy suffered their second successive defeat when they went down narrowly to Boshaai and after a great start to the season slip out of the top five of this week’s U14 Top 100 Rankings.

Framesby High School is a school in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape who have been steadily become one of the top rugby schools in the country. The old school way.

Paarl Gim handed Oakdale a rugby lesson last week to confirm that they are still this week’s No. 1 team on the SA SchoolSports U15 Top 100 Rankings.

There is not much change on the leading group on this week’s Girls TurfTech Top 80 Rankings although Rhenish continues to impress and move up the table.

Oakdale passed their biggest test of the season when they took on a powerful Paarl Gim side in a match that has kept the Riverdale side in the top 3 of this week’s U16 SA SchoolSports Top 100 Rankings.