A highly competitive third day of the SA Rugby U18 Craven Week once again confirmed why this flagship schoolboys tournament is such a popular event – and how much it was missed in its two year Covid-enforced absence.
Embattled Border must build on Fort Hare’s Varsity Shield triumph, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
SA Rugby is investigating a breach of Covid-19 regulations during which a young rugby player from a Border club tragically passed away after picking up a serious injury during a tournament match.
Sharks captain Lukhanyo Am has revealed his biggest lesson is that performing in a team environment is not a burden but a responsibility.
The 2019 Craven Week highlighted the skills deficiencies that often cause promising schoolboys to struggle at a higher level, writes DYLAN JACK.
Border kicked a penalty after full time to claim a memorable 39-36 victory over the Golden Lions at the U18 Craven Week in Bloemfontein on Thursday, reports DYLAN JACK.
Highlights of the Blue Bulls’ 35-24 victory over Border on day two of the U18 Craven Week in Bloemfontein on Tuesday.
The Blue Bulls produced a powerful second-half showing to beat Border 35-24 in their first match at the U18 Craven Week in Bloemfontein on Tuesday. DYLAN JACK reports.
Border’s clash with the Blue Bulls and the Golden Lions’ match against the Western Province XV prove difficult to predict on day two of Craven Week, writes DYLAN JACK.
All the results from day two of the U18 Craven Week and Academy Week at Grey College in Bloemfontein as they come in.