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SCHOOLS

SA schools to take on the world

Ten South African schools will take part in the inaugural World Schools Festival in Paarl from 2-7 April.


‘We want get out of our comfort zones’

SARugbymag.co.za chats to Grey High 1st XV coach Allan Miles about the upcoming season.


‘Every single game is tough’

SARugbymag.co.za chats to Paarl Boys’ High 1st XV coach Sean Erasmus about the upcoming season.


‘Ban tackling, scrums in schools rugby’

World Rugby has rejected 'extreme and alarmist' claims made in a study that calls on scrums and tackling to be banned at schools level.


SA to host World Schools Festival

Former Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has helped to establish a schools rugby World Cup.


Robbers stab Bishops coach in head

Bishops 1st XV coach Richard Smith is in an induced coma after a robbery at his home on Tuesday night.


Easter Festival results (Day 1)

All the results from the Easter festivals at St John's, Kearsney, KES and St Stithians.


Joburg to host Craven Week

Next year's U18 Craven Week and Academy Week tournaments will be held at St Stithians College in July.


U18 Craven Week results (Day 5)

There were wins for Western Province, the Blue Bulls, Pumas, Leopards, Griquas and SWD at Kearsney College.


U18 Craven Week results (Day 4)

There were wins for the Valke, SWD, Free State and Golden Lions at Kearsney College.


U18 Craven Week (Day 3 results)

There were wins for the Griffons, Griquas, Eastern Province, Pumas and Western Province at Kearsney College.


U18 Craven Week results (Day 2)

There were wins for the Limpopo Blue Bulls, Leopards, Free State, Golden Lions and Blue Bulls at Kearsney College.


U18 Craven Week results (Day 1)

Western Province and the Sharks kicked off their campaigns with wins at Kearsney College on Monday.


Schools results (11 June)

SARugbymag.co.za brings you all the results from around the country.


Schools results (4 June)

SARugbymag.co.za brings you all the results from around the country.


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