Top 20 schools rankings (5 May)

Paarl Boys' High remain second on the FNB rankings despite their win against Grey College in Bloemfontein, with just three changes to the list.

Eldoraigne and Jeppe move up to sixth and 11th respectively, with Outeniqua entering the rankings at No 20.

Sanix World Youth Tournament winners Paul Roos remain No 1.

FNB Top 20 rankings

1. Paul Roos
2. Paarl Boys' High
3. Monument
4. Nelspruit
5. Grey College
6. Eldoraigne
7. HTS Middelburg
9. Selborne
10. Oakdale
11. Jeppe
12. Dale
13. Waterkloof
14. Affies
15. Dr EG Jansen
16. Maritzburg College
17. Michaelhouse
18. Rondebosch
19. Paarl Gim
20. Outeniqua
Source: Rugby365

Over at, the top half of the table is dominated by Western Cape schools, with six out of 10 teams hailing from the province. Michaelhouse is the only side to lose ground, slipping from sixth to ninth.

Dale climb from 16th to 11th position, Selborne rise five places to 12th and EG Jansen moves from 18th to 14th. Grey High and Eldoraigne are the only new teams to come onto the list, with Queen's College and Brackenfell dropping to the pressure group below.

SA School Sports Top 20 rankings

1. Paarl Boys'
2. Paul Roos 
3. Bishops
4. Affies
5. Paarl Gym
6. Wynberg
7. Rondebosch
8. Monument
9. Michaelhouse
10. Grey College
11. Dale
12. Selborne
13. Nelspruit
14. EG Jansen
15. Oakdale
16. SACS
17. Grey High
18. Glenwood
20. Eldoraigne

Photo: Johan Pretorius/Gallo Images

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