Top 20 schools rankings (13 August)

Grey High's steady rise in the FNB Top 20 rankings continues, after a convincing  29-19 win over Eastern Cape rivals Hoërskool Framesby.

The result moved them up from eighth to seventh position, directly swapping with HTS Middelburg who were in the top three just a couple of weeks ago. Middies have dropped off the pace, after slumping to a 25-5 loss against Monument.

In the only other change to the list, Wynberg's hard-fought 24-15 victory over Tygerberg propels them to 12th spot, relegating Menlopark to 13th, after the latter lost 31-24 to EG Jansen.

FNB Top 20 rankings

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

Over at, Paarl Gym move from 10th to ninth in place of Paarl Boys', who complete the top 10.

After thrashing Oudtshoorn 59-10, Outeniqua jump three ranking spots from 14th to 11th ahead of Michaelhouse, Menlopark and Maritzburg. While Wynberg climbed two places from 16th to 14th, relegating Maritzburg further down to 15th. 

At the foot of the rankings, Bishops fall out of the top 20 altogether, with Grens joining the elite group.

SA School Sports Top 20 rankings

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


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Mariette Adams