The 2016 season for the U14’s was for the most part a two horse race between Outeniqua and Glenwood for the best part of the season. At the end though it was Outeniqua who edged ahead and completed a dramatic clean sweep to end up as the Number 1 team in SA and they did that without losing a single match.
High-flying Outeniqua got the fright of their season when they took on Paarl Gim and almost saw their impressive unbeaten record vanish at the final hurdle. However the class of the Outeniqua 2016 U14’s came through at the end to maintain their unblemished run and remain at the top of the U14 Rankings this week.
Outeniqua stretched their unbeaten run to 15 matches when they dismantled Die Brandwag which virtually puts them out of reach at the top of the U14 Top 100 Rankings for this week.
Outeniqua fought their way through a tough challenge from Framesby to extend their lead over the chasing pack and rest on top of the U14 Rankings for yet another week as this season draws to an exciting end.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A crushing 50-5 victory by Glenwood over Kearsney College cements the Green Machine at the top of the U14 Rankings for this week.
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.
In one of the most supported and opinion generating age groups in schoolboy rugby we present this season’s first U14 Rankings.
Outeniqua timed their rise to the top of the U14 Powerade Performance Rankings to perfection and now rest at the pinnacle of the table for this week.
At the top end of the U14 Powerade Performance Rankings it is as close as it comes with any of the leading teams capable of snatching the number one spot as the final rights of the seasons are decided.
Glenwood remain unbeaten and still the leading team on the U14 Powerade Performance Rankings after yet another win over the weekend when they took care of Affies 21-0.
At this stage of the season it is still Glenwood who remain top of the tree in the Powerade Performance U14 Rankings.