Top 20 schools rankings (10 June)

A new team boots Tygerberg out of the Top 20, Menlopark slip down and Paul Roos close in on the top five.

While no team was able to break the top five's stranglehold, there was one positional switch among them with Garsfontein moving into third spot ahead of HTS Middelburg who drop to fourth.

After their last-minute win over Paarl Boys', Paul Roos upgraded from eighth to six and are threatening to force their way into a top five slot. With Paul Roos's two-place move, both Waterkloof and Boishaai sunk one place lower to seventh and eighth respectively.

Selborne and Grey High both climbed one spot from 11th to 10th and from 12th to 11th, relegating former 10th-placed Menlopark to the 12th seat.

Affies are lifted off the foot of the table to 19th in place of Tygerberg, who drop out of the A-list group completely. That honour befalls Bishops, after they thrashed Bellville 94-7 over the weekend.

FNB Top 20 schools rankings

1. Grey College
2. Monument
3. Garsfontein
4. HTS Middelburg
5. EG Jansen
6. Paul Roos
7. Waterkloof
8. Paarl Boys'
9. Glenwood
10. Selborne
11. Grey High
12. Menlopark
13. Wynberg
14. Maritzburg
15. Oakdale
16. Outeniqua
17. Paarl Gym
18. Nelspruit
19. Affies
20. Bishops

Over at, the top four remains unchanged, but after their loss to Paul Roos in Stellenbosch, Boishaai drop from fifth to eighth.

Dale College also moved down from 14th to 18th, while Kearsney return to the Top 20, occupying last place after a week in the wilderness. Michaelhouse slip to just outside the rankings.

SA School Sports Top 20 rankings

1. Grey College
2. Garsfontein
3. Paul Roos
4. Monument
5. Selborne
6. EG Jansen
7. Glenwood
8. Paarl Boys'
9. Grey High
10. HTS Middelburg
11. Bishops
12. Paarl Gym
13. Outeniqua
14. Waterkloof
15. Maritzburg
16. Wynberg
17. Helpmekaar
18. Dale
19. Menlopark
20. Kearsney


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