It was the case of ‘one day you are the rooster , the next day you are the feather duster’ for Paul Roos Gym when they took on Paarl Gim this past weekend.
A crushing performance by Grey College over Boishaai allows the Bloemfontein outfit to take up occupancy of the penthouse on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings for another week.
Grey College put on a display of clinical class at the Wildeklawer Tournament brushing aside the challenges of Outeniqua and Paarl Gim and in so doing rise to take the No.1 spot on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings.
There is not much change on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings although what separates the top teams is hardly significant.
The weather had a hand to play in the Easter Festival matches that took place over the weekend with most of the festivals having to call some matches off.
It was a massive effort from Monnas who travelled down to Durban and inflicted a heavy defeat on the Glenwood Green Machine in their own backyard. It was a victory that has helped them to threshold of the top 5 zone on this week’s First XV School Rankings.
Paul Roos Gym make their appearance on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings and they manage to snatch the No.1 spot after completing a troika of victories.
There has already been several high profile festivals to kick start the 2019 school rugby season with the promise of more to come in the approaching weeks. With the majority of the leading teams in the country full engaged in the season we are looking at familiar faces at the top of this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings.
The 2018 school rugby season is still very much in its embryonic stage and the form and fortunes of many teams are bound to fluctuate during the course of a very busy season.
It was billed as the ‘season final’ as two of the country’s most successful teams in 2018 locked horns in what turned out to be a bitterly close affair.