Selborne College determined to finish the season on a high extracted all they had to blunt the challenge of Grey High School last week and is so doing consolidate their position in the top five of this week’s First XV Top 100 Rankings.
It was an incredible weekend of some of the finest school boy rugby you could witness anywhere on the globe with several of the powerhouses doing battle and putting on a spectacle to be proud of.
After a lengthy absence from the field Grey College turned on the taps in a massive display against Grey High School that will send shockwaves to their remaining opponents Glenwood and Paul Roos Gym.
Paul Roos Gym trounced Wynberg in an emphatic display of dominant rugby and in so doing stretched their unbeaten run as they maintain their No.1 spot on this week’s First XV Rankings.
There were only a handful of youths out on the rugby field during Youth Day last week which have done little to alter the First XV Rankings for this week.
A virtually unchanged top half of the table with the noticeable move by Paarl Boys High who get back into contention for a top five finish after they win against Boland Landbou.
Helpmekaar put together a master class of a performance against an outgunned and outplayed HTS Middelburg to record a big win last week. This win helps Helpmekaar to clamber into the top ten on this week’s First XV School Rugby Top 100 Rankings.
A bye weekend for Paul Roos Gym and Grey College allowed Glenwood to nudge a little bit closer to the two leaders after a comprehensive win by a motivated DHS side.
It was a thunderous display from Paul Roos Gym who proceeded to clinically dispose of Paarl Boys High this weekend, a team who have ridden the crest of school rugby for the past few years, but this time were made to look out of sorts.
Yet another devastatingly clinical performance by Paul Roos Gym this time over a powerful Paarl Gym side has served to cement PRG firmly in the No. 1 spot on this week’s SA School Sports First XV Top 100 Rankings.