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In a match played in hot Queenstown conditions, Selborne had the better of what is always a tough encounter against one of the top Border hockey schools to emerge with what was their best away win over Queen’s for some years.

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On the 29th May, 2015, the Xerox Selborne College 1st XI were expecting a stern challenge from a much-improved Cambridge team which has had a run of good results of late. And so it proved. It was an extremely well-contested encounter in which neither side ever gained a clear advantage.

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The Xerox Selborne College 1st XI entertained St Andrew’s College in a match played in hot berg-wind conditions which were not ideal for top-level schoolboy hockey.

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The Xerox Selborne College 1st XI delighted a good Friday night home crowd with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Grey College to record their 4th successive victory in this long-standing fixture. But it was by no means easy; there was never much separating the 2 well-matched sides and the match was always in the balance until the very end.

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The Big question; Can Dale College create history make it 100 First XV Rugby wins against ‘Old” arch rivals Selborne College at the Reunion rugby match on Saturday. 9 May 2015 and will the Heron fly high?

Published in E-Cape
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 13:23

Hockey: Match Report Selborne vs Queen's

The game was always going to be a cracker with the Queen’s side having won the first encounter at Reunion 1-0.

Published in E-Cape

Selborne went to Bloemfontein on the 16th May, 2014 looking for their 3rd consecutive victory over their old rivals, Grey College.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 18 November 2013 20:55

Cricket: Top 40 Rankings For 2013

For much of the year the race for the No.1 spot was a three horse race with Waterkloof taking the early lead with a powerful start to the first term and going into the last month of the season it looked like the Pretoria team might have done just enough to secure the top spot for 2013.

Published in Cricket
Friday, 01 November 2013 17:10

Rugby: Border Schools- Fair Poaching Game?

BORDER SCHOOLS TREATED AS FAIR POACHING GAME- A Headmaster's Prospective

Some students of English may remember the ‘Faust Legend’ in which Mephistopheles sold his soul to the devil for the mortal life gains of immense wealth, unbounded knowledge and skills, and success in all pursuits on earth. The short-term gain during this worldly life clearly came to an abrupt end when the realities of the price to pay for all eternity inevitably saw Satan claim payback. One may wonder how this legend may have any relevance to education in general, and sport in particular, in South Africa now and in recent years. Let the rest of the article paint the picture for the reader to be the judge.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 09 September 2013 15:38

Cricket: The SA School's Top 40 Rankings

With the start of the final cricket season of 2013 there is plenty of cricket that is about to be squeezed into a few very competitive months and if the weather plays the game we are in for a treat of schoolboy cricket.

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A season of some of the world’s best school boy rugby has all but come to a close and for the players who ran out for the last time for their school they will be left with that supreme pride that comes from wearing their teams badge and playing to their best ability. A memory that will live with them for decades.

It was a tightly fought season which saw three teams vying for the top spot almost from the start of the season and at various stages all three, Affies, Outeniqua had a taste at being the number one side in the country.

However it is perhaps fitting that it is Affies who can lay claim to the top team in South Africa after completing the season without being defeated, without drawing and winning every single match. It is a supreme effort by a side that played the country’s most powerful teams and still remained competitive scoring heavily in most of their matches.

It is perhaps a pity that somewhere along the line Affies and Paarl Gim never met, as on paper there was very little to choose between the two teams, however Gimmies were held to a surprise draw by Oakdale in what was their only ‘blemish’ on an otherwise spotless season so perhaps finishing in second spot is justified.

A strong finish by Grey College, after an indifferent start to their season put pressure on Outeniqua for the third spot, but the consistency of Outeniqua helped them to finish in the Top three after suffering just the one defeat at the hands of Paarl Gim.

It was another great season and our thanks to the thousands of players, coaches and the avid fans of schoolboy rugby that showed sustained interest in the rankings, offered advice and suggestions and supported us. Rankings are not an absolute science but by factoring in the strength of the opponents, margin of victories and the actual results it is hoped that a team’s current form can be judged.

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FIRST XV RANKINGS   19TH AUGUST 2013

RANK

TEAM

PLAYED

AVG PTS

1

AFFIES

14

4.693

2

PAARL GIM

20

4.688

3

OUTENIQUA

16

4.675

4

GREY COLLEGE

17

4.641

5

GARSFONTEIN

17

3.909

6

KEARSNEY COLLEGE

16

3.744

7

EG JANSEN

18

3.272

8

PRETORIA BOYS HIGH

16

3.047

9

WATERKLOOF

13

3.000

10

NELSPRUIT

13

2.785

11

MONUMENT

14

2.764

12

JEPPE

15

2.753

13

WESTVILLE

15

2.740

14

PAARL BOYS HIGH

18

2.700

15

ST ANDREWS COLLEGE

17

2.462

16

HTS MIDDELBURG

16

2.259

17

GREY HIGH SCHOOL

19

2.221

18

QUEENS COLLEGE

20

2.195

19

MENLOPARK

15

2.160

20

TRANSVALIA

12

2.150

21

MARLOW

15

2.060

22

WYNBERG

20

2.053

23

HILTON COLLEGE

13

2.008

24

KEMPTON PARK

22

1.836

25

VOORTREKKER BETH

12

1.833

26

OAKDALE

14

1.729

27

DROSTDY

18

1.708

28

CENTURION

17

1.674

29

MICHAELHOUSE

12

1.642

30

NOORD KAAP

11

1.559

31

RONDEBOSCH

18

1.536

32

HENTIE CILLIERS

10

1.500

33

NICO MALAN

17

1.388

34

GLENWOOD

21

1.357

35

POTCH GIM

7

1.329

36

UNION HS

16

1.309

37

HUGENOTE WELLINGTON

17

1.218

38

BISHOPS

19

1.200

39

SELBORNE COLLEGE

19

1.121

40

TRINITYHOUSE

17

1.085

41

DURBANVILLE

12

1.083

42

GRAEME COLLEGE

12

1.075

43

DIE BRANDWAG

11

1.064

44

PAUL ROOS GYM

16

1.044

45

FRAMESBY

17

1.029

46

UPLANDS COLLEGE

16

1.006

47

SACS

21

0.986

48

WORCESTER GYM

11

0.936

49

WINTERBERG

16

0.925

50

BEKKER

20

0.863

51

PIONIER

25

0.828

52

HELPMEKAAR

10

0.820

53

STELLENBERG

16

0.813

54

HOTTENTOTS HOLLAND

7

0.800

55

PEARSON

17

0.794

56

MONTANA

11

0.791

57

LINDEN

13

0.769

58

ST BENEDICTS

16

0.633

59

TYGERBERG

19

0.608

60

KING EDWARD VII

12

0.583

61

HUDSON PARK

18

0.575

62

CLIFTON

11

0.536

63

BOLAND LANDBOU

20

0.490

64

MUIR COLLEGE

14

0.486

65

JIM FOUCHE

12

0.458

66

CAMBRIDGE

15

0.427

67

MARITZBURG COLLEGE

17

0.397

68

LOUIS BOTHA

10

0.390

69

DESPATCH

16

0.388

70

ST ANDREWS SCHOOL

14

0.379

71

ST JOHNS COLLEGE

15

0.333

72

FLORIDA

11

0.264

73

ST CHARLES COLLEGE

12

0.200

74

SWARTLAND

15

0.200

75

SUTHERLAND

11

0.164

76

DE KUILEN

11

0.136

77

RANDBURG

12

0.133

78

ST ALBANS COLLEGE

14

0.100

79

SCHOONSPRUIT

11

0.073

80

MIDDELBURG HS

8

0.025

81

BELLVILLE

16

0.019

82

DF MALAN

13

0.000

83

KINGSWOOD

12

0.000

84

ELDORAIGNE

13

-0.023

85

DIAMANTVELD

10

-0.040

86

ERMELO

9

-0.189

87

GRENS

13

-0.254

88

ST STITHAINS

13

-0.296

89

GEORGE CAMPBELL

9

-0.344

90

PARKTOWN

13

-0.346

91

DALE COLLEGE

20

-0.385

92

DANIEL PIENAAR

15

-0.440

93

RUSTENBURG

15

-0.473

94

KLERKSDORP

17

-0.653

95

KRUGERSDORP

8

-0.850

96

VEREENIGING GIM

9

-0.933

97

NOORDHEUWEL

12

-0.979

98

NORTHWOOD

12

-1.017

99

POTCH VOLKIES

9

-1.078

100

ST DAVIDS

16

-1.109

101

DHS

10

-1.740

102

MARAIS VILJOEN

13

-2.177

Published in Rugby

The Xerox Selborne 1st XI capped a great night for their school’s hockey when they came out on top on a wet and chilly Friday evening at Grey High School by a score of 2-1. Following excellent wins by their U14A and U16A teams, the Selbornians were determined to finish their outstanding season with something that had never been achieved before, a victory for the 1st team at the Grey Astro. The last Selborne success in PE had been a 4-0 win in 2005 before Grey laid their own turf at the school.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 05 August 2013 22:10

Hockey: Latest Boy's Top 50 Rankings

Selborne College were pushed all the way by Dale College who produced one of their better performances this season but at the end succumbed to the overall skill shown by Selborne.

Published in Hockey

The Xerox Selborne College 1st XI came out on top in an excellent game of fast-paced schoolboy hockey against their old rivals from King William’s Town when they edged home 3-2 to complete their second single-goal victory over Dale College this season.

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Monday, 29 July 2013 15:25

Rugby: Match Report Queen's v Selborne

In what was a tense and closely fought encounter, on a warm windy Saturday afternoon on the 27th July, 2013, which saw Queen’s beat their traditional rivals Selborne by 14 points to 13.

Published in E-Cape

The Xerox Selborne 1st XI suffered their first loss since March 2012 when they went down 2-1 at Queen’s College on Saturday. It was a closely- contested match in which Queen’s made better use of their opportunities and defended with composure when protecting their lead.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 29 July 2013 11:09

Rugby: The Hot 100 Rugby Rankings

The unbeaten run continue for Paarl Gim and Affies who brushed aside this week’s opposition with very little worries.

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Rondebosch were in a rampant mood at the Cape Town International Festival as they swept all and sundry aside, handed Wynberg their first defeat of the season and won the final to move them ever closer to the top spot.

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Victories by Paarl Gim, Affies and Grey College consolidated their status as the leading teams in the country as the second half of the school rugby season kicked off this past week.

Published in Rugby
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 15:50

Rugby: The SA Schools Top 100 Rankings

A high pedigree Cape School’s Week dominated proceedings in the SA School Rugby scene this past week where there were one or two surprise results and some expected victories for the big names.

Published in Rugby
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 10:28

Hockey: The SA School's Rankings

The top five all recorded wins over the weekend which ensured that their positions didn’t change and it is a pity that the much anticipated Kearsney v Maritzburg College had to be cancelled due to a flu epidemic.

Please note that two outstanding results for Pretoria Boy’s High have been included which had a small bearing on this week’s rankings. This weekend there is the big “Battle of the Jukskei” when Pretoria Boy’s meet St. John’s College which will give both teams a chance to move up the table.

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BOY'S 1st TEAM HOCKEY RANKINGS 11th JUNE 2013

RANK

TEAM

PLAYED

AVG PTS

1

WYNBERG

15

2.62

2

SELBORNE

11

2.50

3

NORTHWOOD

21

2.46

4

RONDEBOSCH

19

2.15

5

PAUL ROOS GYM

14

2.01

6

MARITZBURG COLLEGE

19

1.94

7

PRETORIA BOY'S HIGH

20

1.81

8

PARKTOWN

25

1.76

9

SACS

14

1.76

10

KEARSNEY

19

1.73

11

QUEENS COLLEGE

16

1.71

12

YORK HIGH

13

1.70

13

HILTON COLLEGE

13

1.67

14

GLENWOOD

16

1.64

15

ST JOHN'S COLLEGE

25

1.61

16

GREY HIGH SCHOOL

17

1.56

17

WESTVILLE

20

1.52

18

BISHOPS

10

1.45

19

UPLANDS COLLEGE

13

1.42

20

JEPPE

22

1.36

21

NOORDHEUWEL

22

1.36

22

CLIFTON COLLEGE

10

1.30

23

MICHAELHOUSE

19

1.28

24

DALE COLLEGE

18

1.24

25

WOODRIDGE

14

1.22

26

ST ALBANS COLLEGE

21

1.18

27

ST DAVIDS

27

1.16

28

KRUGERSDORP

16

1.11

29

ST ANDREWS COLLEGE

18

1.08

30

ST STITHIANS

15

1.06

31

PAARL GIM

19

1.03

32

GREY COLLEGE

5

0.97

33

ALEXANDER ROAD

10

0.97

34

KINGSWOOD

14

0.96

35

MENLOPARK

9

0.92

36

KES

17

0.88

37

GARSFONTEIN

9

0.86

38

PAARL BOY'S HIGH

11

0.84

39

OUTENIQUA

12

0.84

40

ST CHARLES COLLEGE

15

0.78

41

AFFIES

18

0.78

42

HUDSON PARK

12

0.77

43

ST BENEDICTS

15

0.75

44

SOMERSET

13

0.70

45

WATERKLOOF

10

0.10

46

DHS

20

-0.02

47

ST ANDREWS BLOEM

12

-0.11

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St Andrew’s College faced their second long away trip in as many weeks as they travelled to East London to face Selborne College. East London has not been a happy hunting ground for St Andrew’s College and it was good to see the other sides step up to the plate and set the tone early.

As the first team were about to kick off the wind suddenly picked up and was swirling around the ground making conditions difficult for rugby. Selborne hit the ground running and applied early pressure through good pick and goes by their forwards and some clever kicks. They converted this pressure after their scrumhalf tapped a quick penalty and dived over next to the uprights, 7-0 to Selborne. St Andrew’s College playing into the wind battled for field position, but once they achieved this they applied some pressure of their own. This eventually resulted in a try for winger Ben Dovey after a good break by scrumhalf Jason Baggott. Ryan Horne converted the difficult kick and the scores were tied up again at 7 all. A St Andrew’s College indiscretion would hand the lead back to Selborne after their flyhalf converted the penalty, but St Andrew’s College went back on the attack and after a number of efforts at the Selborne line fell just short St Andrew’s College were awarded a penalty, Horne converted and the teams went into the break at 10 all.

The second half started much the same as the first with Selborne launching attack after attack on the St Andrew’s College line, but the defence held firm and so did the discipline as St Andrews did not concede. Finally College got off their line and began to play some good rugby as they passed the ball around and began to counter attack off stray Selborne kicks. One of these counter attacks led to a great break by captain Sintu Manjezi and the quick ruck allowed Lelo Mama a mismatch as he stepped the prop and finished brilliantly in the corner. Ryan Horne converted again and St Andrew’s College took the lead for the first time 17-10. Although St Andrew’s College played some brilliant rugby in this period they failed to convert it into more points and found themselves defending as the game drew to a close. Selborne attacked the St Andrew’s College line mercilessly and eventually the pressure paid off a the left winger dived over 15m in from touch. Time was up and the resultant conversion would mean that the match ended in a draw.

A brave effort by the 1st XV and great to see them back to their old style of play.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 10 June 2013 12:58

Rugby: The SA Top 95 Rankings

A huge effort by Oakdale finally has brought the mighty Paarl Gim bulldozer to a temporary halt although they will no doubt feel the 17-17 draw was more of a speed hump than an arrestor bed.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 03 June 2013 17:05

Hockey: Boy's Top 45 Rankings

The Wynberg machine continues on its merry way with yet another victory in what is turning out to be an outstanding season for the Cape Town outfit.

Published in Hockey

The Xerox Selborne     Selborne College 1st X1 totally dominated their gallant but out-gunned opponents from

Port Rex to compile a massive 19-0 victory at Selborne on Saturday morning. From the start, the

Selborne pressure resulted in Port Rex giving the ball away too easily and after Dylan Billingham

had opened the scoring by converting a penalty-stroke, the margin was extended to 10-0 at half-time

through field goals from Craig Morgan (4), Reece Pienaar (2), Dylan Thatcher and Dylan Savage,

plus a well-struck penalty-corner by Sarvesh Naidoo.

In the early stages of the second half, Port Rex showed good resistance and Selborne dropped their

level by over-carrying of the ball instead of the quick distribution that had marked their play in the

first period, but soon regained their pattern and the goals started to flow again. Morgan and Pienaar

each added 2 more goals and the scoring was rounded off by Billingham, Thatcher, Tyler Sims,

Daniel Smal and a well-worked drag-flick by Alex Penhall.

Features of the match were Selborne’s good structure and efficient finishing. It was a very competent

performance by the home team who took advantage of the frequent turnover opportunities afforded

them by their opponents who, although never giving up, gave away possession too frequently, allowing

Selborne to control the midfield and apply continual pressure on the Port Rex defence.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 03 June 2013 02:00

Rugby: SA School's Top 90 Rankings

It was yet another emphatic win by Paarl Gim who managed to steam roll their way over Wynberg to keep their dream of remaining unbeaten very much alive at this stage of the season.

Published in Rugby

There is some massive hockey taking place this week and it is the Girl’s in particular that will be very busy with several high profile matches on the go and the much anticipated ISSF Festival taking place in Pietermaritzburg.

Published in Hockey

The weather played its role in what turned out to be a top class tennis event, in which some of South Africa’s leading players were seen in action.

Published in KZN

 The Xerox Selborne 1st XI was expecting a tough encounter on Friday night, 24th May, as the matric boys in the team had never experienced victory over Cambridge,

having lost in their U14 year and drawn at U16.

And how right they were – Selborne had to pull out all the stops to come away with a 5-4 win in an exciting and free-flowing match which kept the crowd entertained for the full 60 minutes.

 

Both teams played their part in this enjoyable game with Selborne dominating possession and territory and producing some quality inter-passing movements and

Cambridge always dangerous on the counter-attack and making the most of their opportunities.

 

Selborne seemed to have things under control after 20 minutes with a 2-0 lead through a skillfully-taken field goal from Reece Pienaar and a penalty-corner

strike by Sarvesh Naidoo. But Cambridge came back well and had equalized by half-time with an own-goal through an error of judgment by the Selborne defence,

followed by a field goal after a goalmouth scramble just before the break. Cambridge then went into the lead with a well-taken field goal early in the second

period with Selborne seemingly switched off.

 

This galvanized the home team into action and they replied with 3 goals in the space of 8 minutes with a powerful reverse-stick shot by Dylan Billingham, a good drag-flick by Alex Penhall and a

deflection at the right post by Damon Thompson, to take a 5-3 lead. But Cambridge were not finished and scored with a well-placed drag-flick 9 minutes from the end.

Selborne controlled the closing minutes but had to be on their guard against the quick-breaking Cambridge side. No further goals were scored, leaving the final tally

at 5-4 to Selborne.

 

Published in E-Cape

Facing the possible thought of slipping out of the Top 10 Maritzburg College faced a mighty challenge from Glenwood who on their day are able to mix it with the best in the business.

Published in Hockey
Tuesday, 28 May 2013 02:00

Rugby: The SA School's Top 80 Rankings

Waterkloof fought bravely in their match against Affies and almost pulled off one of the upsets of the season this past weekend.

Published in Rugby

For the 18th consecutive year, Kearsney College at Botha’s Hill will host the country’s top tennis playing schools at a three-day invitation festival this weekend (24-26 May, 2013).

Published in KZN
Monday, 20 May 2013 11:28

Hockey: Boy's Top 40 Rankings

Wynberg clinched two comfortable victories in the past week to cement themselves on the No.1 spot although the chasing pack is not far behind.

Published in Hockey

 The Xerox Selborne 1st XI earned a hard-fought 1-0 victory on a chilly Friday night 17th May, 2013,  in King William’s Town with a disciplined defensive effort against a talented and motivated Dale team.

Published in E-Cape
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 02:00

Rugby: Top 70 Rugby Rankings

Affies didn't play this weekend which gave their players what many would say was a well earned break after playing several gruelling matches on the trot. Even though this was apparently not Affies choice they did get the opportunity to recharge the batteries for a demanding season that lies ahead.

Published in Rugby
Tuesday, 14 May 2013 09:30

Rugby: The SA Top 60 Rankings

There are now two unbeaten teams occupying the top two positions and virtually nothing separates them at this stage of the season.

Published in Rugby

Wynberg continue to rule the roost after completing another resounding win and now stretch their unbeaten run to 10 matches as underline just how dominant they are at present.

Published in Hockey

  The Xerox Selborne 1st XI put in a solid performance to come through a hard-fought encounter with a

   2-0 win over the talented Queen’s College team in a match which featured constructive hockey from

   both sides.

 

   The first half was a fairly even affair with both teams working hard to create opportunities which

   they were unable to finish. Selborne were more measured in their approach and used the width of the

   field well in keeping possession, while Queen’s were effective in transferring play from the back to their

   forwards with accurate direct passes.

 

After the interval, Selborne stepped up a gear and gained an edge in midfield which 10 minutes into the

half, brought them a field-goal by Mark de Lacy, who worked space for himself in the circle and finished

with a good shot. 5 minutes later, Craig Morgan scored the second goal after excellent lead-up play by

Tyler Sims and Reece Pienaar. With no further scoring, the match ended at 2-0 to Selborne. The game

was played in a good spirit and credit must go to both teams for their part in making it an attractive

match to watch.   

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 06 May 2013 22:34

Rugby: Rankings for SA's Top 55 Teams

Paarl Gim managed a clean sweep at the Wildeklawer tournament to keep their number one spot secure after having now strung together a run of eight wins on the trot.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 06 May 2013 15:40

Hockey: Top 35 Rankings in SA

A highly successful KZN tour by Rondebosch Boy’s High which saw the Cape outfit thrashing Maritzburg College, earning a solid win against Michaelhouse and drawing against Northwood has helped boost them into the Top 10.

Published in Hockey
Monday, 29 April 2013 17:40

RUGBY: SA's Top 55 Rankings

A supreme effort from Paarl Gim against Outeniqua over the weekend catapulted Gimmies into pole position and in the process extended their unbeaten run this season.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 29 April 2013 15:05

Hockey: Match report- Selborne v Grey

The Xerox Selborne 1st XI had won of their best wins over Grey College in recent years when they achieved a 4-1 victory in their home Derby on Saturday.

Published in E-Cape
Monday, 29 April 2013 11:40

Hockey: Latest Rankings- Wynberg No.1

The match between Northwood and Maritzburg College was billed as the “Battle for KZN”, the undisputed Kings of KZN for the past few decades, Maritzburg College and the new kids on the block Northwood.

Published in Hockey
Monday, 22 April 2013 17:33

Rugby: This Week's Top 50 Rankings!

Yet another crushing victory for high riding Outeniqua see the Kwagga’s firmly entrenched at the top of the table and few will argue that it is well deserved.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 22 April 2013 13:53

Hockey: Latest Rankings- Northwood No.1

Yet another win for Northwood this time over Hilton College saw the KZN outfit extend their unbeaten run to 11 matches and leap in to the No. 1 spot!

Published in Hockey
Monday, 15 April 2013 15:48

RUGBY: SA's Top 50 Rankings

The majority of the teams have now played the minimum of four matches to be included in the rankings and this saw several teams make some steady advancement.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 15 April 2013 11:21

Hockey: SA's Top 25 Hockey Rankings

Among the many matches that were played out over the past week it was perhaps the Wynberg v Rondebosch and Pretoria Boy’s High v Maritzburg College clashes that were the most eagerly anticipated.

Published in Hockey

For most schools action resumes on the rugby fields across the country although several of the big name teams are taking a rest after an intensive Easter campaign.

Published in Rugby
Monday, 08 April 2013 11:23

Rugby: Rankings for 8 April 2013

The rugby season is in full swing with most of the teams having started their 2013 campaign and as the second school term starts there is going to be nonstop action for several months to come.

Published in Rugby
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