Top 20 schools rankings (24 June)

With the fixtures still reduced to a minimum because of school exams, only EG Jansen and Michaelhouse have moved up in the rankings.

As was the case last week, there was very little action over the weekend, but it presented EG Jansen with the opportunity to unseat HTS Middelburg in fourth spot, a team they've beaten twice this season. And Jansies made no mistake, thrashing Vereeniging 61-0, as their steady rise up the rankings continues.

After their 12-point win against St Charles, Michaelhouse claim 19th place, relegating Affies, who did not play, to the foot of the standings. With pressure from Bishops and Dale, Affies may find themselves outside the elite group this time next week, without playing a match.

FNB Top 20 rankings

1. Grey College
2. Monument
3. Garsfontein
4. EG Jansen
5. HTS Middelburg
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. Michaelhouse
20. Affies

Over at, Bishops rise two rankings places from 11th to ninth, with Grey High and HTS Middelburg both slipping down a spot.

Michaelhouse jump from 16th to 14th, Wynberg's 10-0 victory over SACS lifts them from 20th to 19th, while Dale drop out of the Top 20, making way for a resurgent Kempton Park.

SA School Sports Top 20 rankings

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


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