Jeppe has 10 representatives in the Golden Lions U18 Craven Week team and a further two in the Lions XV that will also be playing in Paarl from 9–14 July.
Monument are next best, with seven players in the Craven Week team and four in the Lions XV.
There are only three players left from last year’s star-studded side that won the unofficial final against the Sharks: Monument hooker Morné Brandon, who also made the SA Schools team in 2017, Jeppe centre Muzi Manyike, and fullback Tino Swanepoel of Florida.
The Golden Lions will wrap up their Craven Week preparations with a match against Free State at the Northern Unions Day in Nelspruit on 23 June.
Golden Lions – S Shuze (Marais Vijoen), M Brandon (Monument), R Westrand (Monument), J White (Jeppe), E Roode (Jeppe), T Dullisear (Monument), F Schutte (Monument), L Ncusane (KES), Z Coetzee (Monument), D Raubenheimer (Jeppe), T Molotise (KES), M Manyike (Jeppe), B Tstatsane (Jeppe), H Monteiro (Jeppe), T Swanepoel (Florida), K Zowitsky (Jeppe), J Cloete (KES), S Shongwe (Jeppe), E Tshituka (Northcliff), I Esterhuizen (Monument), K Mokheti (Jeppe), H Van Wyk (Monument), S Vayise (Jeppe).
Golden Lions XV – B Pawson (Monument), M Motuang (Jeppe), Q Geyser (Helpmekaar), H Fourie (Monument), J Macindoe (St David’s), A Skudder (Helpmekaar), P Louw Parktown), Z Du Toit (Helpmekaar), J Lambert (Noordheuwel), T Botes (Helpmekaar), K Nyamande (Monument), D Scheepers (Monument), N Selenge (KES), M Chaitezwe (St Stithians), N Hoffman (KES), K O’Donoghue (KES), K Everton (Jeppe), T Kalyamodimo (Parktown), S Dionisio (Parktown), V Nqaba (Jeppe), C Bezhuidehout (Helpmekaar), J Iye (KES).