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There is no change in the personnel who make up the top ten leading teams in the country on this week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings although there are a few teams that swap places.

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

We find an extremely tightly bunched top five this week on the U16 Rankings with Boishaai still out in front with the chasing pack very close after recording solid wins.

Grey High School enter the top three this week on the U15 Rankings after completing a successful outing against Queen’s College but there is still plenty of light between the chasing pack and leaders Grey College.

St. Stithians break into the Top 3 on this week’s U14 Rugby Rankings in what has been a terrific season for them registering just the single defeat so far this year.

Grey College strengthened their claim as the leading team on the Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings when they handed Affies their second loss of the season in a powerful display of schoolboy rugby.

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

Paarl Boys High claim the leading position in this week’s U16 Rugby Rankings after winning a brace of hard fought matches against Monnas and Affies.

Grey College have put some distance between them and the chasing pack as the Bloemfontein outfit command pole position for another week on the U15 Rugby Rankings.

Glenwood top the U14 Rankings for this week with seven wins from their seven and still prove too good for the opposition the week’s tick by.

Boishaai scored a massive result over the weekend narrowly beating Affies who have lead the Totalsports First XV Rankings for the past month and in so doing climb into the second spot with Grey College at the top.

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

There is a stable look to this week’s U16 Rugby Rankings with a virtually unchanged top ten although Affies make their first appearance in the top end of the table.

Paul Roos Gym keep the pressure on Grey College as they move up to the second spot on this week’s U15 Rankings after beating Rondebosch convincingly 36-0.

A crushing 50-5 victory by Glenwood over Kearsney College cements the Green Machine at the top of the U14 Rankings for this week.

The leading four teams in this week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings have all maintained their unbeaten status after the weekend’s matches and all have a terrific chance to challenge for the top spot.

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

With a massive 330 points scored and only conceding a paltry 12 points in their five matches Glenwood have leapt to the top of the U16 Rankings and it will be a very special team that is able to halt their dominance.

Glenwood still remain on top of the U14 Rankings for this week with close attention coming from Monnas, Outeniqua, Garsfontein and Grey College who make up the top five leading teams in the country.

Boishaai climb to within a position of the top of the U15 Rankings for this week after a crushing win over Bishops and look set to extend their victorious run as they challenge Grey College and company for the top spot.

This week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings sees little change amongst the front runners with Affies still claiming the top spot at this stage of the season.

All this week’s school rugby results here:

Glenwood hit the top of the U16 Rankings after a massive win over Framesby but at this early stage of the season there is still plenty of movement we can expect on the table.

Grey College remain on top of the U15 Rankings for another week after dishing out a master class against a hapless Maritzburg College who failed to get onto the scoreboard.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 21:58

U14 Rugby: The First U14 Rankings of 2016

In one of the most supported and opinion generating age groups in schoolboy rugby we present this season’s first U14 Rankings.