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Monday, 05 February 2018 09:23

Cricket: Rondebosch Raze SACS

Rondebosch have been threatening in the early parts of the 2018 season to stamp their authority on the game and prove they are the big contenders to finish the year as the leading team in the country.

This Week’s School Cricket from around South Africa:

A brilliant unbeaten 133 run Zack Momberg from KES help to fashion a big win over St. Andrews School and in so doing nudge the Johannesburg team into the top three of this week’s U15 Belgotex Sports Rankings.

St Stithians Girls’ College made history by winning all three disciplines of the 2018 National Aquatics Festival which was hosted on 26 and 27 January 2018 in Bloemfontein. 

Yet another half century by Daniel Smith helped to secure a victory for the unbeaten SACS team who rest on top of this week’s Belgotex Sports First XI Rankings.

Rondebosch continue where they ended off in 2017 and have immediately hit the front of this year’s SA School Sports Rankings.

Monday, 29 January 2018 09:05

Basketball: Weekly Results: 27/01/2018

It may not be one of the biggest sporting codes offered in some schools around the country but there is a fast growing interest in Basketball with many schools offering the sport as an alternative summer sport.

There are some promising matches that take place this week as the cricket season gets into full swing with most schools participating.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 00:00

Athletics Makes for Better Rugby Players

The outstanding performances of the KZN U16 and U18 rugby teams at Grant Khomo and Coca-Cola Craven Week this year were exceptions to the generally disappointing performances over the past number of years.

Monday, 22 January 2018 20:21

Cricket: The First 1st XI Rankings for 2018

The opening Belgotex Sports First XI Cricket Rankings for 2018 is out and even though the season is still barely crawling most of the expected front runners have already risen to the top of the ladder to occupy familiar real estate.