The weekend’s schools rugby results confirmed that Bloemfontein’s Grey College and Paul Roos Gimnasium of Stellenbosch are the season’s powerhouses as both racked up big scores against highly rated opposition, writes THEO GARRUN.
Grey College became the first South African team to beat Paarl Boys’ High since 2014 when they won 34-20 in Paarl on Saturday. DYLAN JACK reports.
Grey College 1st XV coach Wessel du Plessis says the school’s partnership with French club Montpellier will not result in a player drain. A benefactor, thought to be Montpellier owner Mohed Altrad, initiated the Badawi Legacy Scholarship Programme last year. Grey College announced on its website that the programme had committed to making the following changes in three areas over… Read more →
SARugbymag.co.za chats to Grey College 1st XV coach Wessel du Plessis about the upcoming season. What are the lessons you learned from last year? We did very well last season, ending second in the country [in the Top 20 rankings]. There are certainly some things that we can change as you have to do different things to get different results…. Read more →
Montpellier, in partnership with an unknown benefactor, have launched a unique scholarship programme at Grey College.