After yet another highly successful Easter Festival weekend the cream has risen to the top with Grey College and Boishaai renewing their rivalry for the top spot in this week’s Belgotex Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings.
The 2017 Rugby Season is in full swing and most of the leading teams in South Africa have played enough matches to grace this week’s Belgotex Sport s Top 100 Rankings.
As we take a collective deep breath before the smorgasbord of rugby is dished up during the Easter Festivals which is not far away, here is this week’s Belgotex First XV Top 50 Rankings.
It is probably a little premature to be publishing the first rankings of the season when there have only been a handful of matches played and many of the traditionally top teams have yet to even start their season. So we expect to get a bit of flack for that, but we can take it.
Congratulations to Paarl Boys High who conquered all in front of them and deservedly end the 2016 season as the Number 1 ranked team on the Totalsports Top 100 Rankings.
With only a few more rugby matches to be played by a handful of schools in 2016 we are looking at a pretty stable rankings table with Boishaai still stacking up the wins and leading this week’s Totalsports Top 100 Rankings.
With the season a match or two away from being over we have Paarl Boys High commanding the top spot on the Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings and it seems unlikely that any team will be able to topple them from that position.
In the biggest school match to surpass all matches, Boishaai proved once again why they are on top of the Totalsports First XV Top 100 Rankings when they hung on to beat their arch rivals Paarl Gim who threw everything they had at them in an attempt to be the only team to beat them in 2016.
Paarl Boys got over yet another successful hurdle in the form of a highly competitive SACS side who were in the game right until the final minutes. Boishaai remain unbeaten and at the very top of this week’s Totalsports First XV Top 100 rankings.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A crushing victory by Affies over a struggling Westville launches the Pretoria team to the top of the Totalsports Top 100 Rankings and after an unbeaten run of five matches few would dispute their status at this stage of the season.
Here we go with the first Totalsports First XV Rankings of 2016 in what promises to be yet another massive year of competitive schoolboy rugby!
Paarl Boys High completed their 20th victory of the season and in so doing cemented their place at the top of the Powerade Performance First XV Rankings for this week.
There was little change this week on the First XV Powerade Performance Rankings especially amongst the top 10 which still sees Boishaai out in the front.
Despite an overwhelming victory over the hapless Pretoria Boys High side, Affies remain behind Boishaai who lead the Powerade Performance Rankings at this late stage of the season.
The 2015 Boishaai team left no doubt that they must be one of the finest teams produced in their prestigious history after they took on their greatest challenge of the year, Paarl Gim, and strung together their 18th consecutive victory and cemented their spot at the top of the Powerade Performance Rankings.
Most of the leading teams in the country were in action this past week after taking a break during the July holidays. Boishaai remain the top team on the Powerade Performance Top 100 Rankings although Affies have closed the gap after a good win over Martizburg College.
The majority of the school teams enjoy a well deserved break from rugby during the holidays although there are many players still involved in the various Youth Weeks taking place. This is how the Powerade Performance Rankings are looking at this stage of the season.
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.