The Western Province Rugby Football Union has suspended all competitive rugby until 25 April at the earliest in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 edition of the annual Wildeklawer Festival is the latest schools sports tournament to be postponed following the restrictions to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
There was some thrilling moves on display as some of the Western Cape’s top schools took part in the last-ever Newlands Rugby Day.
Glenwood Preparatory School has issued an apology after enrolling and fielding two overaged boys in 2018 and 2019.
Check out the highlights reel of giant 18-year-old lock Jason Nel, who signed a contract with French club Perpignan.
Durbanville High has suspended its first XV coach, Shaun Huygen, following allegations of his alleged involvement in the use of illegal substances.
Grey College scored 10 tries to annihilate Grey High 58-0 in Bloemfontein on Saturday afternoon.
Limpopo Blue Bulls flank Renzo du Plessis was named Craven Week Hero of the Day for his outstanding performance against Griquas.
Bishops scored this wonderful try from inside their own half during their Western Cape derby against Boland Landbou earlier this month.
Paarl Boys’ High, Helpmekaar, Westville, Rondebosch, Selborne and St Benedict’s were the teams that impressed over the Easter weekend, writes THEO GARRUN.