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St. Mary’s Waverly and St. Andrew's  had fought bravely to get both their U16 and U18 teams into the finals of the Howell and Pullen Trophies respectively.

Saturday, 28 July 2012 19:57

Rugby: SA Schools Squad Announced

SARU has announced a squad of 28 of the country's elite players to represent the SA Schools team in matches against the France, England and Wales U18 teams.

 

St. Mary’s Waverly are looking to clinch the Howell Pullen trophy this weekend after enjoying great success so far in the competition.

Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:10

Hockey: Somerset College Champs!

 

SOMERSET COLLEGE WIN CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS/CLUBS HOCKEY FESTIVAL

Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:00

MTB: Paul Roos Hold on to Top Spot

 

A strong field of 170 riders took to the new mountain bike track on the banks of the Berg River in Paarl for the second Western Cape Spur School Mountain Bike League event this weekend.

Tuesday, 24 July 2012 16:33

The Monthly Mr. Price Sport Giveaway!

 

It is always great to buy sports gear without spending a cent! Mr. Price Sport will be giving away a R250 voucher this month to one of SA School Sports avid followers!

 

Waterkloof’s coaches Jan Mollentze, Burger Lindeque and Naas Botha has really taken time to nuture and develop Waterkloof’s 1st team. The coaches are now reaping the rewards with a string of good results.

 

Wynberg and Somerset College won the respective boys’ and girls’ finals of the Cape Town International Under-18 Schools'/Clubs Hockey Festival at Hartleyvale late Sunday afternoon.

 

While Maritzburg College and Affies Interschools only started in 1996, this has become one of the most eagerly-awaited matches in the schoolboy rugby calendar given the rich rugby history and heritage of both schools.

 The 2012 Under-18 Cape Town International Schools/Clubs Hockey Festival kicks off on Tuesday, July 17 with the grand opening ceremony at 4 pm at Hartleyvale Hockey Stadium and continues until Finals Day on Sunday, July 22.