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Gimmies have tried gamely in the past few seasons to get back to winning ways but have had to play second fiddle to Boishaai and that trend looked like continuing this year although Gimmies found themselves ranked three places higher than their rivals this time.

SA U18 flyhalf Johan Goosen scored 18 points by kicking six penalties as the South Africans defeated England U18s 23-17 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Friday.DSC_4801 The hosts concluded a hat-trick of victories against England U18, France U18 (25-5) and the Namibians XVs (26-17) during their two-week Eastern Cape tour.The South Africans held a 9-7 half time lead thanks to three penalty kicks by the Free State Cheetahs flyhalf Goosen.

Wednesday, 21 July 2010 10:18

Schools Must Breed Soccer Stars!

THE SA Football Association has suggested that suburban schools that do not offer soccer as an extramural sport be forced to introduce it.

The South African national selectors on Thursday announced the SA Under-18 High Performance side that will play France U18 in an international friendly at the Buffalo City Municipality Stadium in East London on Friday at 13h25. We will be doing live interactive commentary on this match so join us.

Wednesday, 07 July 2010 09:40

SARU Announces U18 High Performance Squad

Nineteen (19) players who were selected to the SA Schools team for 2010 have been included in the 32-man South African Under-18 High Performance Squad which will compete in a series of international friendlies later this month.

Any coach will tell you that the hardest part of the job is limiting their squad when there is so little to distinguish one player from another. Much has been said of the depth in South African rugby at the moment and DSC_7179interestingly enough, the current batch of Springboks stood head and shoulders above the rest during their stints at Craven Week.

Sunday, 04 July 2010 18:52

SA Schools Rugby Team

 

 

The South African Schools Association on Saturday announced the SA Schools team for 2010 after the Free State Cheetahs defeated Western Province 42-21in the final game at the Coca-Cola Under-18 Craven Week in Welkom.

Friday, 25 June 2010 11:55

School Soccer To Be Revolutionised?

 

THE South African Football Association (Safa) is to announce plans to "revolutionise" school-level soccer development before the end of the World Cup, Safa vice-president Mandla "Shoes" Mazibuko said yesterday.
SA became the first host country in the 80-year history of the World Cup to be knocked out in the preliminary stage on Tuesday, when the national team won 2-1 against France, but failed to go through to the next rounds, prompting public debate about the level of development.

The South African Rugby Union soared to a landmark target this week when the 10,000th rugby official was trained on the BokSmart national rugby safety programme, proudly sponsored by Absa. The achievement leaves the BokSmart programme on track to realise its ambitious target of certifying a minimum of 20,000 coaches and referees by end of November, before major new rugby safety regulations come into force at all levels of the game in 2011.

Monday, 14 June 2010 10:49

Kristy Muller Eyes London 2012!

Christy_-_CopyFor KZN's Kristy Muller, qualifying for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London will be nothing short of a dream come true. The years of dedication, training and sacrifice would have been worth every ounce of effort when that day finally arrives and the 16 year old swimming prodigy is overflowing with confidence that the vision of standing on the block at the Games will become a reality.