Top 20 schools rankings (6 August)

Kempton Park have usurped Michaelhouse in the FNB Top 20 rankings after a rare 22-20 win over Hoërskool Waterkloof.

Because their season ended two weeks ago, Michaelhouse didn't score any ranking points, but Kempton Park and HTS Louis Botha's respective victories moved them above House in the pecking order.

Waterkloof slip from eighth to 11th in a direct swap with Grey High, after the latter handed Grey College their first defeat of the season.

Paul Roos moved to third after their convincing 36-14 win over Bishops, relegating Garsfontein to fourth. HTS Middelburg slip two places from No 5 to seventh, with EG Jansen in fifth position, while Glenwood jump three spots from ninth to sixth.

Paarl Boys' one-point loss to Paarl Gym, saw them drop from seventh to ninth, while Gimmies remain at No 17.

FNB Top 20 rankings

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

Over at, Grey High rise from ninth to seventh in place of Boishaai who slip two places to ninth.

HTS Middelburg dropped five ranking spots, with Paarl Gym, Menlopark, Michaelhouse, Maritzburg and Outeniqua all moving ahead of them.

In the top 10 just over a week ago, Bishops now sit at the foot of rankings, while Wynberg's 15-0 victory over Rondebosch sees them climb from 17th to 16th.

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 Boys'
10. Paarl Gym
11. Menlopark
12. Maritzburg
13. Michaelhouse
14. Outeniqua
15. HTS Middelburg
16. Wynberg
17. Voortrekker Bethlehem
18. Oakdale
19. Westville
20. Bishops


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Mariette Adams