Sharks flyhalf Curwin Bosch, who was in great form prior to the domestic season being halted, was a special talent during his school days and at Craven Week.
Backed by arguably the strongest rugby school in the country in Grey College, the Cheetahs are always a tough nut to crack at Craven Week, with future stars such as Jan-Hendrik Wessels, FC du Plessis and Sisonke Vumazonke having represented the Free State side in recent years.
Western Province is the team to beat at Craven Week. With the largest and strongest selection of schools to chose from and an abundance of raw talent, there is a reason why rugby in the Western Cape is so strong.
Check out this highlights reel of future star Sacha Mngomezulu in action for Bishops and Western Province.
Everyone knew that eventual World Cup-winning Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx would go on to achieve big things in rugby after seeing his fantastic performances at King Edward VII School.
Having made his mark in Vodacom Super Rugby earlier this year for the Sharks, there was never any doubt that Sanele Nohamba would achieve great things in rugby, right from his school days at Durban High School.
Look back at how Springbok and Sharks wing Sbu Nkosi inspired others during his schoolboy rugby days at Jeppe High School for Boys, in a segment from SuperSport’s virtual Craven Week series.
SA Rugby director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has encouraged schoolboy players, especially matrics, to not lose sight of their ambitions following the cancellation of the youth rugby season.
Western Province U18 Craven Week coach Faizel Adam passed away earlier this week following a long battle with illness.
Check out this rare footage of former Proteas cricketer Herschelle Gibbs – who was an outstanding all-round schoolboy sportsman – playing for Western Province in the 1992 Craven Week final.