Paul Roos Gym defended their unbeaten status with a resounding win over arch rivals Paarl Gim at the weekend and in so doing close the gap considerably on Grey College who head the Belgotex Sports U16 Rankings for this week.
Grey College take the lead in the first publishing of this season’s Belgotex Sports U16 Rankings with what would have been an unblemished record until they met Menlopark who managed to pull off a narrow win against the Bloemfontein outfit.
Perhaps the closest of all the rankings the U16’s put on a tough race for the top with no less than six teams at various stages of the season enjoying life at the top of the table. However Monnas who consistently displayed a great mixture of defensive and attacking rugby end the season as the top U16 team in the country.
It has been a very tightly bunched group of teams for the greater part of the season and as stated previously one slip by one of the leading teams could see some sudden movement at the top of the U16 Rankings table.
Glenwood regain the top position on this week’s U16 Rankings after taking care of business against Maritzburg College but there is virtually nothing to choose between the front runners and there could still be a twist in the tail before time is called on season 2016.
At this crucial part of the season it is Paarl Boys High who are proving to have the stamina as they peel off the wins and go top of the U16 Rankings for this week.
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.
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.
A strong win by PRG over Boishaiai has made for a tight bunching in the top five of thisweek’s U16 Rankings.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Grey College slip down to the third spot on the U16 Powerade Performance Rankings after they shared the spoils with Glenwood in their annual encounter.
Grey College move to second place on the U16 Powerade Performance Rankings after a successful outing against Maritzburg College and with a match in hand could still surprise Boishaai and reach the top spot before the season is out.
Glenwood put themselves in contention for a top three finish on this year’s Powerade Performance U16 Rankings with a solid win over Affies and with the big match against Grey College still to come we could still see some movement amongst the front runners.
This week’s Powerade Performance U16 Rankings see’s Boishaai once again claiming the top spot in the country after a stunning win over Paul Roos Gym.