Pretoria Boys High, who had been inching up the rankings in an attempt to force a coup at the top of the table, suffered a narrow loss to St Johns College over the weekend that has seen them lose a bit of footing on this week’s Belgotex Sports Boy’s Top 70 Rankings.
Maritzburg College kept the Kearsney College challenge at bay last week with a robust 3-1 victory which keeps them entrenched at the top of this Week’s Belgotex Sports Top 70 Rankings.
KES became the next team to yield to the strong overall play of Maritzburg College who retain the No.1 position on this week’s Boy’s Belgotex Sports Top 70 Rankings.
Maritzburg College hold onto the top spot by the skin of their teeth this week after being forced into a draw against a motivated Northwood side leaving the door wide open for the likes of Jeppe and Pretoria Boys High to snatch poll position.
We have arguably one of the most closely contested rankings for many a season with very little to separate the leading teams in the country.
Pretoria Boys High makes their first appearance on the Belgotex Sports Top 70 rankings this week as they slot into positon No.3 on the table after returning from their successful tour to Malaysia.
Maritzburg College suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Grey High School at the Nomads festival which has given Jeppe the chance to make ground on the KZN team and share the top spot at this stage of the season.
Maritzburg College take control of the No.1 spot on this week’s Belgotex Sports Rankings for Boys after a highly successful St.Stithians Festival which saw them keep their unbeaten status intact.
It is obviously very early in the 2018 season with many teams either yet to play their first match or with only a couple of matches under the belt.
Wins for all the leading teams has resulted in a virtually unchanged top half of the table with Rondebosch still out in front of this week’s Belgotex Sports Top 70 Rankings.