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The defeat of the Baby Boks at the hands of England in the IRB Junior World Championship should lead to many questions being asked of the junior structures that we take great pride in.

Cecil Afrika is certainly one of the brightest stars to emerge on the world rugby scene in recent years.

Amathole win SA U18 girls interprovincial hockey title

Monday, 04 July 2011 10:16

SA U 18 Hockey Team Announced

Following the very successful IPT that was held at Kearsney College last week which saw Western Province A turning the tables on KZN Inland to win the final 3-1 a powerful SA U 18 side has been selected.

Three teams of Hoërskool Die Wilgers in Pretoria, last week ensured that their school's trophy cabinet is well stocked when they recorded some memorable victories in the Tshwane city cup finals.

Mr. Chippie Soloman, the manager of the Stormers rugby team has been involved in rugby for over 32 years now but one of his proudest moments in his career happened last week when he handed this son Chad, his Craven Week colours.

Friday, 24 June 2011 14:38

U19 Griquas Team in Fatal Accident

Breaking News: Five people died in a car accident involving the U19 Griquas CD team bus near Klerksdorp on Thursday night.

A treat for Martizburg College fans! A video of this years 2011 Reunion Day v Glenwood

Tuesday, 13 September 2016 00:00

Co-ed Schools & Rugby

Waterkloof in Pretoria, Monument in Gauteng, Paarl Gim in the Cape; co-ed government schools dominate rugby in some of the most influential regions of the country, yet KZN and the Eastern Cape seem strangely immune to this pleasing phenomenon.

As to be expected Grey College dominates the selection of the Free State Craven Week side as they have done for decades.