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At this stage of the season it is still Glenwood who remain top of the tree in the Powerade Performance U14 Rankings.

Monument climb into the top five of the Powerade Performance U15 Rankings for this week after a great win over Kempton Park and this takes their wins to 13 for the season.

This week’s Powerade Performance U16 Rankings see’s Boishaai once again claiming the top spot in the country after a stunning win over Paul Roos Gym.

Kearsney ended their rugby season on a high beating Clifton 66-10 in a highly entertaining match in Botha’s Hill, coinciding with Founders’ weekend which attracted a good crowd on a perfect wintery afternoon.

Paarl Boys High remains at the very top of the Powerade Top 100 Rankings for yet another week after a solid victory over Paul Roos Gym over the weekend.  

This week’s school rugby fixtures and results:

This week’s Powerade Performance U15 Rankings sees little change amongst the leading teams as fewer matches were played over the long weekend.

Maritzburg College edge closer to the leading teams in this week’s Powerade Performance U14 Rankings and are very well placed to still make further progress as they gear up for more rugby in the third term.

Not many matches played last week in the U16 division and that has contributed to an unchanged top ten for this week’s Powerade Performance U16 Rankings.

There were far less matches played this past week as many of the schools took the weekend off although there were several key matches that had a bearing on this week’s Powerade Performance Rankings.

This week’s school rugby fixtures and results:

This week’s Powerade Performance U14 Rugby Rankings:

We have a fairly stable looking top 20 teams in the Powerade Performance U15 Rankings with only slight changes in positions amongst the leaders.

Helpmekaar move up into the second spot on the Powerade Performance U16 Rankings for this week thanks to a strong win over Jeppe and Glenwood failing in the final seconds against Monnas during last week’s clashes.

Paarl Boys High has reached the top of the summit and deservedly occupies the No.1 position on the Powerade Performance Top 100 Rankings for this week.

This week’s schoolboy rugby fixtures and results:

We have a virtually unchanged top ten on the Powerade Performance U14 Rankings for this week with the majority of the leading teams winning over the past weekend.

A virtually unchanged top five in this week’s Powerade Performance u15 Rankings which still sees Affies out in front following their convincing win over Jeppe.

Boishaai get nudged into the number one spot on the Powerade Performance U16 Rankings for this week, but to be fair it is an extremely tight situation at the top of the table with several teams still capable of making progress.

Wins for Affies, Boishaai and PRG keeps the top end of the Powerade Performance First XV Rankings very stable for this week as we move into the halfway stage of the season for many of the teams.

This Week's updated school rugby fixtures and results:

Thursday, 28 May 2015 10:42

Winning But at What Cost?

In any sport, the goal is to win. Plain and simple. Let’s be honest, it is about whether you win or lose, not just how you play the game.

Paarl Boys High make their first appearance in the top five of the Powerade Performance U14 Top 80 Rankings this week after enjoying a productive outing against Bishops who had no answer to the dynamic play of Boishaai.

Boishaai leap into the top five of the Powerade Performance U15 Rankings after completing a convincing 24-0 win over Bishops, although there is very little to choose between the front runners this week with most of them enjoying a win.

Queens College produced their finest match of the season so far to hold Grey High School to a 20-20 draw which allows Glenwood to regain the top spot on the U16 Powerade Performance Top 70 Rankings for this week.