Jeppe beat Pretoria Boys’ High 57-35 in a high-scoring clash on Saturday, writes THEO GARRUN.
Among the wins of the day, Michaelhouse beat St Stithians 22-20, joined by Kingswood, Rondebosch and SACS on day three of the Saints Festival.
Paarl Boys’ High ended the St John’s Easter Festival with three wins out of three, while HTS Daniel Pienaar were too strong for Graeme College in the only other game that could be completed. THEO GARRUN reports.
Rondebosch beat Grey High 18-17, while there were also wins for Prince Edward, Maritzburg, St Andrew’s and the Michaelhouse XV at the St Stithians Easter Festival on Saturday.
SARugbymag.co.za looks ahead to the 2019 St Stithians Easter Rugby Festival.
All the results from day two of the Iqhawe Week at the Bill Jardine Stadium in Johannesburg as they come in.
KES and Waterkloof will be looking to extend their respective winning streaks when they clash on Saturday. THEO GARRUN reports.
Paarl Boys' beat Affies 19-14, while there were also wins for Grey College, Paarl Gim, Paul Roos, Glenwood, Oakdale, Stellenberg and Boland Landbou on day three of the Wildeklawer festival in Kimberley. DYLAN JACK reports. In an end-to-end clash, Boishaai were made to work hard to extend their unbeaten run against South African teams, as they went 14-5 behind against… Read more →
Paarl Gimnasium scored a last-minute try to beat Monument 34-31, while there were also wins for Paarl Boys', Outeniqua, Glenwood, Welkom Gim and Paul Roos on day two of the Wildeklawer Schools Festival. DYLAN JACK reports. In an end-to-end match played at a frenetic pace, Monument came back from a 22-19 half-time deficit to lead 31-29 heading into the final… Read more →
All the results from schools fixtures across the country as they come in. Gauteng Monument 68 Garsfontein 31 Watch full match Menlopark 27 EG Jansen 22 Transvalia 38 Pietersburg 0 Nelspruit 22 Eldoraigne 19 Kempton Park 24 HTS Middelburg 40 Jeppe 59 Westville 32 KES 3 Affies 12 Western Province Paul Roos 43 Grey High 8 Wynberg 28 Paarl Boys' 32… Read more →