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JC Pretorius from The Pumas has been named the Coca-Cola® Hero of the day for day 1 of the U18 Coca-Cola® Craven Week.

Former springboks, provincial coaches and rugby academies are calling for more focus on coaching structures and the up-skilling of coaches at school-boy level if South Africa is to continue to be a contender in world rugby.

Jeppe are still at the top of the U16 Rankings following the weekend’s results will a comfortable win over St. John’s College and are still to be defeated in an official match this season.

An unchanged top ten for this week’s U15 Rankings which still see’s Grey College at the top by some distance followed Paul Roos and Selborne College who make up the three leading teams so far in 2016.

Outeniqua continue to look down on the chasing pack as they command the No.1 position on the U14 Top 100 Rankings for yet another week.

Boishaai arguably were given one of their biggest scares of the season when they took on a determined Boland Landbou who gave as good as they got. However the top team in South Africa did enough to preserve their unbeaten status and still head the Totalsports Top 100 First XV Rankings.

All this week’s U14, U15, U16 & First XV Results:

Unbeaten from 13 matches and few will deny that Jeppe are worthy of claiming the No.1 spot on this week’s U16 rankings in what has been a wonderful season for the Johannesburg team.

Selborne College move into the Top 3 on this Week’s U15 Top 100 Rankings but it is still Grey College and Paul Roos Gym who lead the pack at this stage of the season.

Outeniqua are the new leading team on this week’s Totalsports U14 Top 100 Rankings and few can dispute that they have been a mighty force this year brushing aside some of the biggest names in school rugby.

Glenwood were brought down to earth with a bump when they were beaten by Monnas which has resulted in the leading KZN team dropping down the rankings on this week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings.

All this week’s U14, U15, U16 & First XV Results:

 A strong win by PRG over Boishaiai has made for a tight bunching in the top five of thisweek’s U16 Rankings.

A solid win by Grey College over Paarl Boys High allows the Bloemfontein team to put some daylight between them and the rest as they cement their No.1 position on this week’s U15 Rankings.

Glenwood ran roughshod over DHS to maintain their unbeaten status and remain in firm control of the No.1 position on this week’s U14 Top 100 Rankings.

Another successful outing by the leading team in the country, Boishaai, allows them to consolidate their position at the top of this week’s Totalsports Top 100 First XV Rankings.

All this week’s U14, U15, U16 & First XV Results:

Paarl Boys High climb briskly to within touching distance of the No.1 spot on this week’s U16 Rugby Rankings, taking full advantage of Glenwood’s weekend off from action.

Selborne College recorded a vital win over St Andrews College which has nudged them upwards on this week’s U15 Rankings where Grey College still remain entrenched at the top.

Bishops came up against a determined Durbanville side last week and were forced to concede only their second defeat of the season and this has resulted in them sliding south on this week’s U14 Top 100 Rankings.

A brilliant performance by Paarl Boys High over Grey College sees Boishaai laying claim to the No.1 spot on this week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings.

All this week’s U14, U15, U16 & First XV Results:

We are looking at a tightly bunched top five on the U16 Rugby Rankings with positions capable of changing depending on the strength of opposition being played.

At the end of last week’s matches Grey College still reign as the leading team on the U15 Rugby Rankings after successfully stretching their unbeaten run to nine matches.

Outeniqua take a chunk out of Glenwood’s lead and consolidate their position at number two on this week’s U14 Top 100 Rankings after dishing out a rugby lesson to Oudtshoorn.