‘SA schools rugby too results driven’

Grey High 1st XV coach Allan Miles is concerned with the results-driven nature of schoolboy rugby. DYLAN JACK reports.

New guidelines for Aussie youngsters

All Australian rugby players aged 10 to 15 will now be subject to mandatory assessments about whether their size and skills match their age groups.

Outeniqua target fast start chats to Outeniqua director of rugby Pieter Cloete about the upcoming season.

2017 Top schools tries

Schools rugby commentator Justin Middleton selects his best tries from the 2017 season.

Kearsney festival promises rugby feast

The 12 participating schools at this year's Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival were revealed at Wednesday's launch in Durban.

World Schools Festival will take place

The inaugural World Schools Festival will go ahead as planned, despite the ongoing drought in the Western Cape.

Glenwood aim to be more streetwise chats to Glenwood 1st XV coach Derek Heiberg about the upcoming season.

Future Star: Celimpilo Gumede

SA Rugby magazine chats to the flank/lock from Durban High School.

SACS wary of complacency chats to SACS 1st XV coach Nicholas Maurer about the upcoming season.

Wynberg festival called off

The Wynberg Winter Sports Festival has been cancelled due to the ongoing drought in the Western Cape.

Affies want a ‘never-say-die attitude’ chats to Affies 1st XV coach Jaco Koch about the upcoming season.

Grey College to put SA before France

Grey College 1st XV coach Wessel du Plessis says the school's partnership with French club Montpellier will not result in a player drain.

‘We’re focusing on conditioning’ chats to Grey College 1st XV coach Wessel du Plessis about the upcoming season.

‘We need to do the basics well’ chats to Paarl Gim 1st XV coach Pieter Rossouw about the upcoming season.

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.

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