In last year’s U14 Rankings it was a two horse race between Glenwood and Outeniqua with the Kwagga’s timing their run perfectly to pip Glenwood to take the top spot. Those same teams have progressed to the U15 ranks and have immediately risen to the top of this week’s Belgotex Sports U15 Rankings to resume their rivalry.
It was an extremely close season with Paul Roos, Grey College and Selborne all in the mix at various stages of the season. Yet few would disagree with Paul Roos Gym finishing up as the leading U15 team in South Africa following a record 15 straight wins.
With virtually one week to go before the 2016 Rugby season comes to an end, Paul Roos Gym timed their rise to the top of the U15 Rankings perfectly with a bitterly close victory over Grey College.
It is all going to come down to the final match of the season to see who will be crowned the leading team on the U15 Rankings for 2016.
A virtually unchanged U15 Rankings for this week with Grey College still leading the way as they prepare to make their final defence of their unbeaten status against Glenwood this weekend.
Grey College settled matters with their namesakes Grey High School with an emphatic win to put them out of reach at the very top of the U15 Rankings for this week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The U15 Rugby Rankings are bound to stir up some controversy as there have been fewer matches played in this division but we can expect most of the irregularities to iron themselves out as more matches are played and submitted.
Affies confirmed their status as one of the leading sides on the Powerade Performance U15 Rankings when they just did enough against the powerful Glenwood team to remain on top of the table for another week.
Affies completed a 33-0 whitewash of Maritzburg College to further strengthen their grip on the No.1 spot on the U15 Powerade Performance Rankings for this week.